5 good movies on Netflix to watch over Labor Day weekend: Jupiter Ascending, more

WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND - DECEMBER 1: Lord of the Rings stars and crew gather with New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark (5th-R, grey shawl) and Mayor of Wellington City Kerry Prendergast (4th-R, red shawl) during the world premiere of the film, "Lord of the Rings - Return of the King" at the Embassy Theatre December 1, 2003 in Wellington, New Zealand. (Photo by Dean Treml/Getty Images)
WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND - DECEMBER 1: Lord of the Rings stars and crew gather with New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark (5th-R, grey shawl) and Mayor of Wellington City Kerry Prendergast (4th-R, red shawl) during the world premiere of the film, "Lord of the Rings - Return of the King" at the Embassy Theatre December 1, 2003 in Wellington, New Zealand. (Photo by Dean Treml/Getty Images) /
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2. The Lord of the Rings movies

Okay, so this isn’t exactly one movie, but you can’t watch one without the other. The Lord of the Ring movies will be on Netflix on Sept. 1, which means you’ve got the perfect time on Sunday and Monday to binge-watch them.

You’ve likely already seen them a thousand times. The beauty of The Lord of the Rings movies is, like The Dark Knight trilogy or the Harry Potter movies, they never get old! Get the family around the TV, grab the popcorn, and watch them.

1. My Sister’s Keeper

If you’re in need of a tear-jerker this Labor Day weekend, Netflix has your back. My Sister’s Keeper is available on the streaming service from Sept. 1. If you haven’t seen it, right now is the time to watch it but make sure you grab your tissues!

It’s about a young woman who was born purely to be a donor for her sister, who is terminally ill. One day, the young girl decides to find a lawyer to divorce her parents so she no longer has to keep going through treatments to save her dying sister. Why would she even consider such a thing? Watch the movie to find out.

What are you watching this Labor Day weekend? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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