April's Must-Watch List: 6 Top New Movies on Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video and More!

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Lewis Capaldi: How I'm Feeling Now (Netflix)

Lewis Capaldi's rise to fame after his hit song "Someone You Loved" and his struggles with anxiety. It also highlights his upcoming Netflix documentary, "How I'm Feeling Now," which provides an intimate look into his personal journey.

80 For Brady (MGM Plus)

"80 For Brady" is a road trip comedy movie based on a real group of 80-something friends who were united by their love for Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. The film features famous actresses Sally Field, Jane Fonda, Rita Moreno, and Lily Tomlin as they follow the Patriots to the Super Bowl, in contrast to the real-life friends who did not.

65 (Digital)

"65" is a movie where Mills (played by Adam Driver) goes on a mission in space to save his family, but crashes on a planet inhabited by dangerous dinosaurs. The movie was not marketed well and faced competition from HBO's "The Last of Us," which has a similar plot. Some critics felt that the movie was too predictable and needed more plot development or twists.

Chupa (Netflix)

"Chupa" is a family movie about a teenager named Alex (played by Evan Whitten) who discovers a tiny chupacabra during his vacation in San Javier, Mexico. His father (played by Demián Bichir) initially doubts its existence, but later agrees to keep it a secret and name it Chupa, similar to "E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial". However, a scientist (played by Christian Slater) appears and tries to kidnap Chupa for his own use. Despite similarities to "E.T.", "Chupa" offers a unique and enjoyable family movie experience on Netflix.

Medieval (Hulu)

"Medieval" is a 2022 movie starring Ben Foster and Michael Caine that is now available on Hulu. Foster plays Jan, a Czech folk hero hired by a lord (Caine) to kidnap Katherine (Sophie Lowe) and alter the balance of power in the Holy Roman Empire. The movie's complex plot has received mixed reviews, with some critics praising the action sequences as the movie's most impressive aspect.

Holy Spider (Netflix)

The Iranian thriller "The Night" is based on real events and follows a journalist who goes undercover to capture a dangerous man named Saeed, who is targeting street prostitutes he deems immoral. The film has been praised for being unsettling and engaging, and for putting Iranian social history into a serial killer movie. It has been compared to David Fincher's "Zodiac" and is available to watch on Netflix from Friday (April 7).