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Best Movies and TV Shows to Stream: June 2024

Bear in mind when the beginning of summer season meant nothing however reruns on TV and massive blockbusters in theaters? You most likely don’t, for those who’re underneath the age of 25. But that’s life within the streaming age, the place there’s all the time a wealthy assortment of recent film and present releases to get pleasure from, as featured every week in myallmovies’s Stream On publication. (Subscribe right here!)

This month, there was a brand new Star Wars story for the smaller screens, the high-profile releases of some Emmy contenders (subsequent 12 months, anyway), and a few nice impartial movies that made their strategy to streaming platforms. We’ve additionally acquired some nice docs overlaying the worlds of stand-up, music distribution, and theater, a recent tackle the superhero style, and nonetheless you would possibly describe the brilliance that emerges from Julio Torres’ great mind. Try one of the best of June under, together with the Choose of the Month choice! (All different entries are sorted alphabetically.)

Choose of the Month: Am I OK? (Movie)

AM I OK? Review

Am I OK? (Max)

Directed by: Tig Notaro, Stephanie Allynne
Forged: Dakota Johnson, Sonoya Mizuno, Jermaine Fowler, Kiersey Clemons, Molly Gordon, Tig Notaro, Sean Hayes
Streaming on: Max

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A tiny but pleasant and humorous movie about friendship, starring Dakota Johnson and Sonoya Mizuno as BFFs whose bond is put to the check as a result of some main life adjustments, together with Johnson’s Lucy coming to appreciate, on the age of 32, that her sexuality won’t be as simple as she thought. Administrators Tig Notaro and Stephanie Allynne carry a lot nuance to each scene, and most significantly know tips on how to carry out Johnson’s greatest work (some actors solely thrive when correctly directed). For extra, be sure you learn our personal Mary Siroky’s overview, from the movie’s Sundance 2022 premiere.

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The Acolyte (TV)


The Acolyte (Disney+)

Created by: Leslye Headland
Forged: Amandla Stenberg, Lee Jung-jae, Manny Jacinto, Dafne Eager, Charlie Barnett, Jodie Turner-Smith, Rebecca Henderson, Dean-Charles Chapman, Joonas Suotamo, Carrie-Anne Moss
Streaming on: Disney+

I really feel like I’m a bit within the minority for liking the latest Star Wars present as a lot as I do, however between some stable performances, a recent perspective on the franchise (no Skywalkers, no Empire, just a few Jedi with some sophisticated secrets and techniques), and Carrie-Anne Moss doing precise goddamn jedi-fu, it actually did win me over.

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