9 Movies, Shows & Documentaries Coming This Week On Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, And Disney + Hotstar

Streaming on Netflix

7. Street of Fear Part 3: 1966 (July 16)

The summer horror trilogy event, based on RL Stine’s book series, ends with its final installment which takes you back to Shadyside in 1966. Part three sets out to uncover the birth of the rampant curse in the city for centuries and killed many residents. In a shocking turn of events, it is revealed that Sarah Proud’s decision to denounce the city was caused by hysterical locals obsessed with witch hunts. Meanwhile, this insight into the origin can help teens in 1998 finally defeat the witch and avenge the fallen.

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8. Naomi Osaka (July 16)

Take a deep dive into the life of one of the world’s best tennis players, Naomi Osaka. This limited documentary series follows the global sports sensation over the course of two years and features his busy training, travel schedule, and much more intimate moments in his life. From defending the Grand Slam to mourning her mentor and friend, Kobe Bryant, the series portrays Osaka as her unabashed real self. In addition, it also highlights her Haitian roots as well as her connection to Japan, the country she represents.

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9. Toofaan (July 16)

Farhan Akhtar finds his Bhaag Milkha Bhaag director, Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra, for another high octane sports drama that follows the life of a street boxer turned national boxer. This fictional tale takes you to the streets of Dongri, where Aziz Ali aka Ajju longs for a respect that is not imposed by his gangster status. He entered boxing and emerged as a sensation in the sport until an unfortunate incident forced him to be banned from it for five years. When his ban is finally lifted, a bitter and exhausted Ali must find the strength to stand up and earn the respect he has lost.

Streaming on Amazon Prime Video

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