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Weekly OTT Releases: A Perfect Blend of Movies and TV Shows

Weekly OTT Releases: A Perfect Blend of Movies and TV Shows

Love Again (September 20)

An English remake of the 2016 German film SMS für Dich, Love Again is a heartfelt romantic comedy-drama that encapsulates Mira Ray’s (Priyanka Chopra Jonas) troubles coping with her fiancé’s death. She decides to send constant romantic texts to his number to deal with the pain, unaware that it has been reassigned to a man named Rob Burns (Sam Heughan). Smitten by the depth and transparency in the anonymous texts he receives, Rob decides to figure out a way to get to know Mira. The original film itself is based on the novel by Sofie Cramer.

Streaming on Netflix

Jaane Jaan (September 21)

Kareena Kapoor Khan makes her OTT debut with this Sujoy Ghosh directorial based on the Japanese novel The Devotion of Suspect X by Keigo Higashino. She plays Maya D’Souza, a single mother living in Kalimpong who faces a tumultuous situation when her abusive ex-husband shows up unexpectedly. The plot thickens when Maya tries to cover up her former spouse’s murder with the help of her neighbour Naren (Jaideep Ahlawat) as a Mumbai cop (Vijay Varma) comes looking for him.

Streaming on Netflix

Sex Education season 4 (September 21)

Otis and the gang are back for one final hoorah as Sex Education returns for its last season. After the closure of Moordale Secondary School in season 3, the characters try to adjust to life in Cavendish Sixth Form College as Maeve commences her studies at Wallace University in America. With many new characters in the picture, the season will see Eric blending with more people while he struggles with his faith. Jean faces postpartum depression, while Otis finds interests apart from counselling his peers.

Streaming on Netflix

Cassandro (September 22)

An American biographical drama film, Cassandro takes you back to the early 1980s as gay wrestler Saúl Armendáriz (Gael García Bernal) constantly travels from El Paso in Texas to Ciudad Juárez in Mexico to participate in lucha libre wrestling competitions. Competing under the ring name El Topo, Saúl’s life changes when he meets a new trainer named Sabrina. She encourages him to change his identity and compete as an exótico—a wrestler performing in drag—resulting in the birth of the legend, Cassandro.

Streaming on Prime Video

No One Will Save You (September 22)

How does one deal with a home invasion when the perpetrators are not from this planet? Brynn Adams (Kaitlyn Dever) is faced with this exact question when her solitary life in the suburbs is disrupted by terrifying aliens. The desperation to save her childhood home turns into a traumatic ordeal and forces Brynn to try and save her future while confronting the horrors of her past.

Streaming on Disney+ Hotstar

Spy Kids: Armageddon (September 22)

The fifth entry in the Spy Kids series of films and a reboot to the franchise, Armageddon focuses on siblings Patty (Everly Carganilla) and Tony (Connor Esterson), the children of the world’s best secret agents, Terrence (Zachary Levi) and Nora Tango-Torrez (Gina Rodriguez). When the kids accidentally aid a powerful game developer in releasing a computer virus that gives him dominion over all technology, they must become spies to save their parents and the world.

Streaming on Netflix

Still Up (September 22)

Bonding over their chronic insomnia, best friends Lisa (Antonia Thomas) and Danny (Craig Roberts) stay up late and share a different world while the world sleeps. As they navigate their way through a multitude of conversations and experiences, their relationship deepens. However, their condition starts straining their dynamic with others in their lives.

Streaming on Apple TV+

The Continental: From the World of John Wick (September 22)

Set in the 1970s, The Continental takes you back into the assassin-riddled world of the John Wick series and explores the tale of Winston Scott (Colin Woodell). A young man in the show, Winston is thrust into the criminal underworld of New York as he confronts a past he thought he had left behind. Eventually, he plans to tear through the hierarchy and take his position as the manager of the New York branch of The Continental, a safe haven for legal assassins. The character was played by Ian McShane in the films.

Streaming on Prime Video

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