HBO 2023 will call Max home. Elvis and The Banshees of Inisherin are contenders for the best picture Oscar.
Struggling to decide what to watch on HBO Max tonight?
There is still a sizable selection of films to see despite the Warner Bros. Discovery TV and movie cut of 2022. The fact that HBO, Warner Bros., and DC Comics are all housed beneath the HBO Max building is advantageous. Also, take a look at what the streamer has in store for this month
What’s new on HBO Max for March
- Creed and Creed II (2015, 2018): Sports dramas starring Michael B. Jordan. Creed III debuted in theaters on March 3.
- Selena (1997): Biopic starring Jennifer Lopez. It’s a celebration of Selena Quintanilla Perez.
- Mortal Kombat (2021): Video game adaptation. It brings together Earth’s greatest champions against the enemies of Outworld in a high-stakes battle for the universe.
- All the Beauty and the Bloodshed (2022): Documentary. It’s a deeply personal story of photographer Nan Goldin’s life, career and activism.
- Those Who Wish Me Dead (2021): Thriller starring Angelina Jolie. A smoke jumper still reeling from the lives she failed to save from a fire comes across a traumatized 12-year-old boy.
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Best Blockbusters And Originals On HBO Max
These movies all have Metacritic scores that are around 65 or above as of this writing.
This A24 horror movie uses a robot doll to create the frights.
In this true account of the first televised exorcism, Vecna (aka Jamie Campbell Bower), the villain from Stranger Things, returns to frightening ground.
The Pale Blue Eye
Edgar Allan Poe himself serves as a teenage recruit in Scott Cooper’s Netflix Gothic thriller, which stars Christian Bale as a detective looking into killings at the West Point military academy.
LeBron James, Lil Wayne, Snoop Dogg, Lena Waithe, and the film’s original stars Kid ‘n Play are among the high-profile cameo performers in Tosin Cole, Jacob Latimore, and DC Young Fly’s remake of the hip-hop comedy from the 1990s.
A kinetic and moving science fiction film about a scientist who clones her mother, a brave soldier. Yeon Sang-ho, the filmmaker of Train to Busan, Peninsula, and Hellbound, is behind this Netflix film.
This comedy, which also stars Eddie Murphy, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Mike Epps, Nia Long, Deon Cole, Rhea Perlman, and David Duchovny, is directed and co-written by Kenya Barris with Jonah Hill.
Winnie-the-Pooh: Blood and Honey
This low-budget stunner has the infamous bear turning vicious.
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania
Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly shrink down for Ant-Man 3.
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