5 good Netflix movies to watch this weekend: The Adam Project and more

The Adam Project (L to R) Walker Scobell as Young Adam and Ryan Reynolds as Big Adam. Cr. Doane Gregory/Netflix © 2021
The Adam Project (L to R) Walker Scobell as Young Adam and Ryan Reynolds as Big Adam. Cr. Doane Gregory/Netflix © 2021 /
facebooktwitterreddit

A new weekend has arrived. It may be an hour shorter than others thanks to Daylight Saving Time, but there are still great Netflix movies to watch.

Yes, it is Daylight Saving Time this weekend. You’ll need to remember that for Sunday, although most clocks now move on their own thanks to being connected to the internet.

The loss of one hour doesn’t mean you can’t watch the great Netflix movies that are available. Of course, there are certainly some TV shows you’ll be paying attention to including Good Girls and The Last Kingdom, but in between them, you’ll want these great movies.

5 must-watch Netflix movies this weekend

The list is in alphabetical order. After all, there’s no way we can compare the various genres.

The Adam Project

If you’re in the mood for a sci-fi comedy, you’ll want to turn your attention to The Adam Project. Ryan Reynolds stars as Adam, who crash-lands in 2022 and needs the help of his past self to save his future. Of course, he can’t say too much without ruin the good things of the future. The Butterfly Effect and all that!

It’s certainly a fun ride. The movie has been described as Marvel meets Back to the Future, which isn’t surprising with the Deadpool star in it.

The Bombardment

There are a few wartime Netflix movies out, and The Bombardment is just one of them. This is a Danish movie that follows some true events. It’s about the time a school was bombed during an attack.

The whole town of Copenhagen comes together when the school is attacked. The people need to get the children out before it’s too late, but there are a lot of heavy emotions to face as the bricks are pulled away.

Dunkirk

Another wartime movie to check out was released in theaters in 1917. You may have been waiting for it to come to Netflix to finally get to watch it. Now it’s here. Well, it arrives this weekend on Saturday, March 12.

Dunkirk follows the terrifying moment of Germany’s soldiers advancing on the Dunkirk beaches. Allied troops gather there, trapped between German troops and the waters. However, thanks to good air and ground cover, The British, French, Belgian, and Dutch forces are able to slowly evacuate the beach saving 330,000 troops.

London Has Fallen

This is a movie you’ll need to wait until Sunday, March 13 for, but it’s something to check out if you’re a fan of the other Fallen movies.

Gerard Butler stars as Mike Banning, a Secret Service agent who springs immediately into action when his President, Benjamin Asher, is at risk. Terrorists attack London when the most powerful leaders around the world gather to pay their respects after the death of the British Prime Minister. Banning has his work cut out for him when the terrorists capture the President.

Once Upon a Time…Happily Never After

There are some great romantic comedies when it comes to Netflix movies. Once Upon a Time…Happily Never After is a Spanish movie for all to watch this weekend.

A couple is forced to separate and find each other in another life. In this life, they’re in a town where nobody can fall in love. They need to break the curse if they want to break the overall spell and return home. Can love transcend all?

Which Netflix movies are you watching this weekend? Let us know in the comments below.

Next. 50 best movies on Netflix right now. dark