The 6 best movies and TV shows to watch this New Year’s weekend

white noise (left) and New hope.
Photo illustration: an eagle; Pictures of Netflix and Lucasfilm Ltd.

In Smash Mouth’s true and always relevant words, “The coming years begin / And they don’t stop coming.” After an eventful year 2022, it is time to put ourselves in the new reality of 2023. One can do this by celebrating, by making decisions restricted To keep your space, de-clutter for next year, or just by relaxing and watching movies. All of these options are highly related, but if you choose to relax, we always have options for you for New Year’s Eve.

No one captured the acne boom quite like Kenny Ortega. High School Musical It was a phenomenon that centered on two leads (played by Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens) in love at a teens’ New Year’s Eve party at a ski lodge. “The Beginning of Something New” is the New Year’s anthem, and it doesn’t hurt that the rest of the movie and songs are easy and fun to watch.

Available to stream on Disney+

within limits star Wars fandom New hope It became a kind of New Year’s Eve movie. Why? we will, Fans started this trend By detonating the Death Star right in the middle of the night instead of watching the fireworks. I’ve done this many times, and it’s a very cheerful way to celebrate the New Year. All you have to do is play the movie and hit the play button at 10:42:43 PM. People have used this method on other movies, but nothing really beats the Death Star.

Available to stream on Disney+

I probably don’t need to tell you why this venerable Rob Reiner and Nora Ephron movie is on this list. Besides being an incredibly rewatchable, sweet, funny movie, it’s just a great movie for the holiday season. While it follows Harry and Sally’s relationship over ten years, the movie largely focuses on New York’s fall and winters, and by extension, New Year’s itself. What a perfect excuse to flip this.

Available to stream on Netflix

Adam Driver, Greta Gerwig, and Don Cheadle star alongside – With Noah Baumbach directing – should Be a cool dipper, but we’ll all see. Adapted from the 1985 Don DeLillo novel, white noise Driver and Gerwig pair as Professor Jack Gladney and his wife, Babette, respectively. The two raise a blended family and enjoy a fairly interesting life, but when a “toxic airborne event” threatens their town, Gladney is forced to leave, resulting in awkward existentialism and humor (Boumbach’s specialty).

Available to stream on Netflix

Each network will have one cable. Fortunately, we have a handy guide to what’s streaming, where, and when. A holiday special is like a spot on the couch—you have a preference—so you might as well highlight them all. We personally love NBC New Year’s Eve partyAnd the Because who doesn’t want to party with Miley Cyrus And the Dolly Parton?

This isn’t necessarily a kids-only pick, but after the holiday rush, it doesn’t seem like a bad way to keep them occupied for an hour or so. Charm Cast members like Stephanie Beatriz (as Mirabelle), Jessica Darrow (as Luisa), and Diane Guerrero (as Isabella) take the stage at the Hollywood Bowl to sing songs you probably barely got out of your head. And since it’s a Disney production, they’re sure to bring out the big dazzle (an amazing fireworks display) to go along with it.

Available to stream on Disney+

Also read our streaming recommendations from the weekend of December 22nd. Vulture’s next slate of weekend broadcast picks is posted online on Friday, January 6.

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