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Watch these upcoming movies on the top streaming platform this week

This week will be amazing for movie lovers because the action, thriller, drama is waiting for you. I suggest you watch these movies that I am listing right here, these will make your week more interesting and joyful.

These movies are available on a well-known streaming platform and you can watch it over there.

1) Harriet (HBO) 

Harriet was released on HBO and is ready to stream this weekend. The release date was 16 July 2020


This Movie is generally based on poor, uneducated slaves who are forced to become a slave. 

And the story follows the life of a lady Harriet Tuban.

There is a woman named Minty who was succeeded in escaping from slavery. She leads to librate more than hundred of people inside of an underground railroad bridge with a new name and with a new identity, Harriet.

In the last scenes of the film, Harriet is seen caring for her family, and leading 150 black soldiers into the Combahee River Raid, freeing more than 800 of slaves. 

She died at the age of 91 and her last words were “I am going to set a new place for you”.

2) Father soldier son (Netflix)

The movie has thrilling action, love, and emotions which will give you goosebumps. 


The movie is ready to stream this weekend and was released on July 17, 2020, by Netflix.

It is a documentary based on a father and its two children. The father has to leave them when he moves for war in Afghanistan. 

You can see an emotional tragedy in the film you have ever watch. 

It has an average rating of 7 by IMDb and is loved by the viewers.


It is directed by Leslye Davis Catrin Einhorn and the lead character played by Brian Eisch.

Funan (Netflix) 

Funan is an animated film voiced covered by Bejo and Garrel and is directed by Denis Do.


This animated tragic story is available to stream on Netflix and was released in July.

Funan story is based on humble and broken, They are in try to reunite their family once again. 

Under such a hard-living condition she can do anything to save her 4-year child from snatchers and to assemble her family.

It has an average rating of 7 on IMDB and the viewer’s affection toward this movie is very high.

The notebook (Netflix)

The notebook is a love documentary and not less than the movie titanic. 


This is based on a love story of a mill worker “Noah” and a rich girl “Allie”. As usual, In the movies, Alie’s parent is against there relationship. 

The story took a tragic change when Noah goes for world war 2, the thing looks vanish over here.

Now Allie was interested in another guy and right here a huge turn been seen in the movie, Noah found her in marriage. 

It has an average rating of 7 IMDb and this film is very much loved by the views. As they find this movie as relatable.

Lost City of Machu Picchu (Disney+)

If you are very much fond of watching a real adventure story then this film is perfect for you.

The Lost City of Machu Picchu is available to stream on Disney+. 


It is a documentary based on a lost city called Machu. Hiram Bingham, a famous American explorer climbs across a remote Inca city and explore a new place.

The place was known as Machu Picchu.

The Lost City of Machu Picchu is a documentary from the National Geographic channel and available to stream on Disney+.

Secret Society of Second-Born Royals (Disney+)

If you love watching a movie based on superpowers, science-fictional power, and the movie with superhuman’s with a lot of fantasy action film.

Then this movie is definitely for you and will sore you from inside.


This is an epic of a fairy tale including King, queens, kingdom. 

This story is based on a princess who is born with some supernatural powers with her.

The rebellious princess was fond of actions, and she starts following her family’s old tradition, of protecting the kingdom from others and establish peace in the kingdom.


This film is produced by  Zanne Devine, Mike Karz, Austin Winsberg. Having a famous face on a screen like Peyton Elizabeth Lee, Skylar Astin, Elodie Yung.

By Albert

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