Everything streaming on Netflix, Stan, BINGE, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ and Apple TV+ that’s worth your time from July 26-August 1.
Tattoo Redo (28th)
Here’s something to scratch that trashy voyeuristic telly itch. Tattoo Redo has people with unfortunate ink receive some dermal redemption via professional designs chosen by their friends and family. Laugh at the gronk tatts, feel good about the cover-ups, everybody wins!
Glow Up S3 (30th)
Imported from the UK, the third season of this competitive beauty make-up show will no doubt feature plenty of triumph and feel good moments. But also, hopefully, some truly tragic attempts that make Homer Simpson’s make-up gun seem like a good idea.
Outer Banks S2 (30th)
The sassy youngsters from the Outer Banks are back for their second season. You can expect more quality teen angst as they experience love, sex, drugs and a central mystery that keeps the intrigue boiling just below the surface.
The Last Mercenary (30th)
Jean-Claude Van Damme is back, baby! The Last Mercenary features the “muscles from Brussels” as a former secret agent who must save his son who is falsely accused of drug trafficking. You can bet JCVD will be bringing justice via the medium of kicky-punchy.
Myth and Mogul: John DeLorean (30th)
Fascinating docu-series about John DeLorean and his infamous fall from grace. It certainly shows that ol’ mate was definitely a lot more than just “the bloke who designed the car from Back to the Future”, in ways both good and bad. Mainly bad.
High Ground (27th)
Thrilling, nuanced “meat pie Western” starring Simon Baker, Jack Thompson and Aaron Pedersen revolving around the massacre of an Aboriginal tribe and those who seek to cover it up. If you haven’t seen this deadset Aussie classic you should absolutely rectify that situation.
Attack the Block (27th)
The film that introduced us to John Boyega, Attack the Block is a thrilling alien invasion action comedy directed by Joe Cornish. Co-starring Jodie Whittaker, Nick Frost and a whole bunch of nasty, furry aliens this is an absolute blast. Catch it before the upcoming sequel drops.
The Man Who Knew Infinity (31st)
Beautiful biopic of Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan (played by the always superb Dev Patel) is an eye-opening look at an important historical figure who is often neglected in modern times. Also features Jeremy Irons and Stephen Fry.
The third season of the cult teen drama (with aliens!) has arrived and it’s definitely the close encounter that fans have been waiting for. Come for the beautiful actors, stay for the extraterrestrial conspiracy.
Bad Moms (30th)
Bad Moms is another entry in the “Bad [something]” movie tradition. Like Bad Santa or Bad Teacher. However, despite a familiar premise the combined comedic powers of Kathryn Hahn, Kristen Bell and Mila Kunis make this more than worth the effort.
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Here’s a lovely bit of gentle Aussie dramedy starring the delightful Sam Neil and Michael Caton as estranged brothers who are sheep farmers and next door neighbours. Old fashioned character based storytelling here with plenty to recommend it.
The Moth Effect (30th)
We could all use a laugh at the moment and The Moth Effect is here to help. Created by one half of the Bondi Hipsters, Nick Boshier, this is star-studded, irreverent sketch comedy that’s sure to have you chuckling your way through this challenging time in Australia.
Turning the Tables with Robin Roberts (27th)
Former Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts now has a gentle, thoughtful roundtable talk show where she chats with female celebrities from all walks of life. Expect lots of lowkey sweetness and emotional moments.
Jungle Cruise (30th) (Premier Access)
It’s another movie based on a ride at Disneyland, and this time it stars Emily Blunt and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. The bizarre pairing of these two actors alone makes it worth a curiosity watch. Hopefully it’s fun for the whole family.
PICK OF THE WEEK
Ted Lasso S2 (Now)
One of the best surprises of 2020 was the completely delightful Ted Lasso. Starring Jason Sudeikis as an American football coach inexplicably brought over to the UK to help a local soccer team, this is wholesome, hilarious and genuinely heart-warming. Honestly, even if you loathe sport, this is one of the best shows on telly right now and season two is finally here!
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