She said call Jane + more +2023

Ready for the weekend? Kick back with this week’s new movies on VOD, featuring some incredible performers like Elizabeth Banks, Zoe Kazan and Carey Mulligan, plus this year’s Cannes darling, director Park Chan-wook’s latest film. decision to go.

decision to goPark Chan-wook, which won the Best Director award at the Cannes Film Festival that year, was also credited with the New York Times‘ List of the best movies of 2022. The movie that takes inspiration from Hitchcock dizziness, is about a detective (Park Hae-il) investigating the death of a man who died on a mountain. He suspects that the man’s wife (Tang Wei) is the killer, but while investigating and monitoring her, he gets too close to her and… needless to say, this complicates the investigation.

These are just some of the titles available to watch on Amazon Prime Video, iTunes, YouTube and your cable service this week. Check out what movies are available to buy or rent on demand now!

she said based on the book She said: Uncovering the history of sexual harassment helped spark a movement by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey, and in the film, actresses Zoe Kazan and Carey Mulligan play the two journalists who broke the story of Harvey Weinstein’s pattern of widespread sexual harassment and assault in Hollywood. The film is your classic investigative journalism story, but it’s unique in that many of the people who accused Weinstein of wrongdoing are actresses who remain key figures in Hollywood today, and they even appear in the film. Ashley Judd, one of the first women to agree to publicly accuse Weinstein, appears in the film playing herself, as does Gwyneth Paltrow, although only her voice is used on the other end of a phone call. It’s an intriguing mix of reality and dramatization that goes deep into the story that spawned the #MeToo movement.

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Another film based on the exploits of some women is Call Jane, the abortion drama in which Elizabeth Banks plays a woman named Joy who needs an abortion in 1968 when she learns her pregnancy is life-threatening. Against the opposition of her doctors, Joy finds Virginia (Sigourney Weaver), a member of The Jane Collective, a real-life underground network of women who would help other women access safe abortions before Roe Vs. Wade legalized them in 1973, who gave her helps get the treatment she needs to save her life. The film has been in production for a number of years – well before the Supreme Court overthrew Roe this year – which makes it all the more relevant now that we’re back at the same point where Joy finds herself in the film.

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Call Jane
decision to go


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timeless love
Reflections of a broken memory
Detective Knight: Redemption
Christmas Bloody Christmas
The Railroad Kids (2022)
Black Arrest Warrant
The advent calendar
The leech
The young Plato
random family
Rabbit Academy: Mission Eggpossible
Rickshaw Girl
divorce bait
party dream
street girl

Liz Kocan is a pop culture writer based in Massachusetts. Her biggest claim to fame is the time she won on the game show chain reaction.

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