New This Weekend on Hulu: November 4, 2017
Still in your candy coma? Hulu has a few things to keep you entertained this weekend while you’re recovering.
Fall is officially in full swing. Halloween has passed and the pressure of the holidays is looming ever larger. Forget about all the cooking and wrapping and sobbing in your future and kick back with Hulu instead. You deserve it.
This classic Disney film was released for the holidays in 1970, so it is perfectly fitting to curl up with it this weekend. When a retired opera singer leaves her inheritance to her cat and three kittens, the woman’s butler abandons them in the countryside in a scheme to inherit the fortune himself. Lost in unfamiliar territory, Duchess and the kittens meet an alley cat willing to help them find their way home and they get into lots of jazzy adventures on the way.
Man Seeking Woman: Complete Season 3
This surreal FXX comedy stars Jay Baruchel as a naive Chicagoan looking for love and finding himself in awkward situations. Based on a book of short stories, the series is a very different take on relationships and the absurdity that can and will follow when that mating call is answered.
Life On The Line
Available November 5th
This is your cheesy-but-still-good-like-a-Lifetime-movie pick. Your popcorn movie. J Tron is here in all his glory in this action thriller/family drama as a Texas lineman who risks not only his life but the life of his crew to keep the electrical grid running during a deadly storm. You just know there’s gonna be all kinds of trouble a’brewin. And by the way: Sharon Stone! It’s a “so bad it’s good” movie you have to add to your list.
It’s Always Sunny in Philidelphia: Complete Season 12
Four bar-owning friends in Philidelphia basically try to outdo each other at losing life. Goal? See who can be the most despicable person on the way down. Like Seinfeld on steroids, this seriously dark comedy will have you shaking your head and have you feeling better about your own life in no time.
George Clooney stars in this crime feature as a dapper inmate freshly released and ready to orchestrate the heist of a lifetime. All he needs is the best crew ever to rob the impossible to rob. A remake of the Rat Pack flick of the same name, the film manages to pull off the same cool whodunit fun of the original. Packed with big stars, it’s a movie night staple.
Just in time to get you in the holiday spirit, Billy Bob Thornton stars as the Jolly Old Elf himself. A reprehensible, amoral, distilled elf. Once a year he reunites with his partner and they work in malls across the country looking for the best stores to plunder after the shoppers go home. This year, however, he gets more than he bargained for—a young boy becomes attached to him and hilarity ensues. The film is worth watching for Bernie Mac alone, but you are going to like the whole disgusting thing.
What are you watching this weekend? Let us know in the comments.