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Cuddle Up With These 10 Shows + Movies This Weekend

Cheers to the freakin’ weekend always. After another week of life, it’s always reassuring to know that Saturday and Sunday exist. And for those whose weekend plans tend to err on the side of the couch, we’ve got you covered. We went through and hand-picked the 10 shows and movies you should be streaming over these next two days. From classic angsty ’90s flicks to journalistic investigations of gender, here’s everything to queue up through Monday.

FLICKS ABOUT ANGSTY GIRLS

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1. Girl Asleep on Netflix: Imagine if Wes Anderson directed a 15-year-old girl’s surreal birthday party and you’ll start to get an idea what this odd and delightful movie is kind of. (Photo via Oscilloscope)

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2. Girl, Interrupted on Hulu: Relive classic ’90s girl angst with both Winona Ryder and Angelina Jolie. What more needs to be said? (Photo via Columbia Pictures)

MOVIES WITH GIRL POWER

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3. Clouds of Sils Maria on Netflix: If you missed this fascinating movie about two very different women when it premiered and made tours all around the film festivals a couple years back, now’s your chance to have your own viewing. It stars Kristen Stewart and famed French actress Juliette Binoche in a gripping drama that flips the script more times than you can count. (Photo via Sundance Selects)

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4. Gender Revolution: A Journey With Katie Couric on Hulu: On her new Nat Geo show, Katie Couric explores the topic of gender, talking to experts, scientists and surgeons — alongside normal people whose lives are affected by questions of gender every single day. (Photo via National Geographic)

FILMS FOR WHEN SCHOOL’S OUT

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5. Superbad on Netflix: No high school party will ever live up to the epic storyline that is McLovin’s night spent with the cops. If you don’t understand that reference, stream this movie IMMEDIATELY. (Photo via Columbia Pictures)

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6. Akeelah and the Bee on Showtime: One of Keke Palmer’s earliest roles cast her as Akeelah, a young girl from Los Angeles who discovers that she has a miraculous talent for spelling. With help from her English teacher, Akeelah competes to spell her way up to the Scripp’s National Spelling Bee. (Photo via Lions Gate)

UNLIKELY LOVE STORIES

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7. Don Jon on Showtime: Joseph Gordon-Levitt was DEFINITELY NOT type cast in this movie about a Jersey-esque Italian guy who learns about relationships through characters played by Scarlett Johansson and Julianne Moore. (Photo via Relatively Media)

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8. Shakespeare in Love on Hulu: An all-star cast (Gwyneth Paltrow, Joseph Fiennes, Judy Dench, Geoffrey Rush and Ben Affleck) play out the story of Shakespeare, his writer’s block, his love and Romeo and Juliet. (Photo via Universal Pictures)

FILMS ABOUT THE WILD UNKNOWN

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9. Into the Wild on Amazon: Some find Into the Wild (both the movie and the book) inspirational. Others find it completely insane and terrifying. For those who have not seen it yet, watch the movie now on Amazon and then decide if you’re ready to move to Alaska… and all that entails. (Photo via Paramount)

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10. Crimson Peak on HBO: For those who prefer their terror to be more surreal, stream this Guillermo del Toro Gothic-style horror flick, starring Mia Wasikowska, Tom Hiddleston and Jessica Chastain. (Photo via Legendary Entertainment)

What else are you up to this weekend? Let us know @BritandCo!

(Featured photo via Paramount)