From 'Anyone But You' to 'Rebel Moon 2,' here are 15 movies you need to stream right now

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They say April showers bring May flowers. This month also unloads a deluge of movies to watch at home.

Netflix, Amazon's Prime Video, Peacock, Max, Apple TV+, Paramount+ and others have a spring fiesta of streaming options for film lovers of all tastes, from breezy romantic comedies to bone-chilling horror. There are recent theatrical releases, like an acclaimed Oscar-nominated Holocaust drama and one of the most Disney-fied Disney movies ever, but also original flicks such as Zack Snyder's latest sci-fi epic and a Sundance Film Festival documentary about politically savvy teen girls.

Here are 15 notable new movies you can stream right now:

'Anyone But You'

Ben (Glen Powell) and Bea (Sydney Sweeney) hate each other but pretend they're together at a wedding to make their exes jealous in "Anyone But You."
Ben (Glen Powell) and Bea (Sydney Sweeney) hate each other but pretend they're together at a wedding to make their exes jealous in "Anyone But You."

Like a young Tom Hanks with eight-pack abs, new king of the rom-com Glen Powell stars with Sydney Sweeney in this cheeky revamp of Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing" as two attractive folks who hate each other but pretend they're together to make their exes jealous at a destination wedding.

Where to watch: Netflix.

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'Argylle'

Henry Cavill (with Dua Lipa) stars as the title superspy of Apple TV+'s globetrotting thriller "Argylle."
Henry Cavill (with Dua Lipa) stars as the title superspy of Apple TV+'s globetrotting thriller "Argylle."

In director Matthew Vaughn's madcap adventure, Bryce Dallas Howard plays a best-selling novelist who discovers that the fictional exploits of her secret-agent character (Henry Cavill) are coming uncannily close to things happening in real life, leading her to partner up with a shaggy actual spy (Sam Rockwell).

Where to watch: Apple TV+.

'Bob Marley: One Love'

Kingsley Ben-Adir stars as Bob Marley in "One Love." The actor had to learn a particular Jamaican patois to capture the cadence of the reggae superstar.
Kingsley Ben-Adir stars as Bob Marley in "One Love." The actor had to learn a particular Jamaican patois to capture the cadence of the reggae superstar.

So good as Malcolm X in "One Night in Miami," Kingsley Ben-Adir notches another biopic highlight as reggae superstar Bob Marley. He's effective at capturing the musician even if the movie meanders with a narrative set during the 1970s, as Marley tries to use his songs to bring together a politically divided Jamaica.

Where to watch: Paramount+.

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'Drive-Away Dolls'

Geraldine Viswanathan (left) and Margaret Qualley play friends on a road trip who wind up with a wanted briefcase in the crime comedy "Drive-Away Dolls."
Geraldine Viswanathan (left) and Margaret Qualley play friends on a road trip who wind up with a wanted briefcase in the crime comedy "Drive-Away Dolls."

Margaret Qualley and Geraldine Viswanathan co-star in director Ethan Coen's gonzo crime comedy as lesbian pals needing a change of pace who wind up behind the wheel of a rental car with a mysterious briefcase in the trunk. What unfurls is a noir-spattered road trip full of sex toys, decapitated heads and dimwitted goons.

Where to watch: Peacock.

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'Girls State'

The teens elected to the Missouri Girls State mock Supreme Court take a celebratory selfie in the documentary "Girls State."
The teens elected to the Missouri Girls State mock Supreme Court take a celebratory selfie in the documentary "Girls State."

Amanda McBaine and Jesse Moss' compelling follow-up to 2020's "Boys State" centers on teenage Missouri girls placed in competing political parties who create a mock state government. Abortion is a hot-button issue in the proceedings, which include a competitive gubernatorial race and an investigation into Girls State itself.

Where to watch: Apple TV+.

'The Greatest Hits'

Lucy Boynton stars as a woman who can time-travel via songs in the drama "The Greatest Hits."
Lucy Boynton stars as a woman who can time-travel via songs in the drama "The Greatest Hits."

The car accident that killed her boyfriend (David Corenswet) left Harriet (Lucy Boynton) with head trauma and the ability to time-travel to a past moment with him when she hears certain songs. But obsessively searching for the right tune to save him in the past might cost her a new chance at romance in the present of this intriguing but overly earnest drama.

Where to watch: Hulu.

'Late Night With the Devil'

A teen (Ingrid Torelli, left) who survived a Satanic church's suicide perplexes a host (David Dastmalchian) and a parapsychologist (Laura Gordon) on live TV in "Late Night With the Devil."
A teen (Ingrid Torelli, left) who survived a Satanic church's suicide perplexes a host (David Dastmalchian) and a parapsychologist (Laura Gordon) on live TV in "Late Night With the Devil."

David Dastmalchian has a hell of a role in this retro horror flick, starring as a 1970s late-night TV host in desperate need of ratings. For a Halloween special, he brings on a girl supposedly possessed by a demon in a gambit that brings in eyeballs but spirals supernaturally out of control for everyone involved.

Where to watch: Shudder, AMC+.

'Lisa Frankenstein'

Lisa Swallows (Kathryn Newton) attempts to keep the Creature (Cole Sprouse) from doing something rash in "Lisa Frankenstein."
Lisa Swallows (Kathryn Newton) attempts to keep the Creature (Cole Sprouse) from doing something rash in "Lisa Frankenstein."

A horror rom-com about reanimated undead love and body-robbing shenanigans, "Lisa" is a playful and bloody teen-movie reimagining of the "Frankenstein" mythos. Kathryn Newton plays a 1980s goth girl and Cole Sprouse is a Victorian corpse resurrected amid lively characters and clever, sardonic dialogue.

Where to watch: Peacock.

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'Migration'

Mack (voiced by Kumail Nanjiani, center) takes his duck family on a big-city adventure in the animated comedy "Migration."
Mack (voiced by Kumail Nanjiani, center) takes his duck family on a big-city adventure in the animated comedy "Migration."

In the animated comedy, Mack (voiced by Kumail Nanjiani) is the overprotective dad of a duck family who reluctantly agrees to a Jamaican getaway with his wife (Elizabeth Banks) and kids. However, they get sidetracked and wind up in New York City, where they meet a streetwise pigeon (Awkwafina) and a vicious chef.

Where to watch: Peacock.

'Música'

A New Jersey man (Rudy Mancuso) tries to show a new love (Camila Mendes) how music comes alive around him in the rom-com "Música."
A New Jersey man (Rudy Mancuso) tries to show a new love (Camila Mendes) how music comes alive around him in the rom-com "Música."

Rudy Mancuso co-writes, directs and stars in this delightfully clever romantic comedy as a creative New Jersey man with synesthesia, experiencing melodies and rhythms around him in extraordinary fashion. It exacerbates problems with an ex (Francesca Reale) yet fascinates a new love interest (Camila Mendes).

Where to watch: Prime Video.

'Rebel Moon − Part Two: The Scargiver'

Kora (Sofia Boutella) rallies the troops to keep her village safe from the villainous Imperium in Zack Snyder's sci-fi sequel "Rebel Moon – Part Two: The Scargiver."
Kora (Sofia Boutella) rallies the troops to keep her village safe from the villainous Imperium in Zack Snyder's sci-fi sequel "Rebel Moon – Part Two: The Scargiver."

Do you live for slow-motion scenes of people harvesting grain? Then director Zack Snyder has the sci-fi sequel for you. The first "Rebel Moon" was derivative and the second one is just dull, with ex-warrior Kora (Sofia Boutella) leading a band of underdogs and farmers against the invading army of the villainous Imperium.

Where to watch: Netflix.

'The Stranger'

Carl (Dane DeHaan) turns into a nightmare for LA rideshare driver Clare (Maika Monroe) in the thriller "The Stranger."
Carl (Dane DeHaan) turns into a nightmare for LA rideshare driver Clare (Maika Monroe) in the thriller "The Stranger."

So, yeah, Quibi turned out to be pretty much a streaming disaster. Still, the content was pretty good and is now finding new homes as real movies, not a piecemeal experiment: Director Veena Sud's thriller ratchets up the suspense with Maika Monroe playing a rideshare driver and Dane DeHaan as the creepiest passenger ever.

Where to watch: Hulu.

'Talk to Me'

Sophie Wilde stars as an Australian teenager who lets a spirit possess her body in the horror film "Talk to Me."
Sophie Wilde stars as an Australian teenager who lets a spirit possess her body in the horror film "Talk to Me."

The best horror movie of last year was this haunting Australian indie chiller that introduced a new top-tier scream queen, Sophie Wilde, and a memorable scary-movie artifact: a mysterious embalmed hand that teens use to livestream freaky possessions that, of course, go terrifyingly awry.

Where to watch: Paramount+.

'Wish'

Asha (voiced by Ariana DeBose) and her pet goat Valentino (Alan Tudyk) experience the magic of an energetic star in the Disney animated musical “Wish."
Asha (voiced by Ariana DeBose) and her pet goat Valentino (Alan Tudyk) experience the magic of an energetic star in the Disney animated musical “Wish."

A tune-filled, big-hearted storybook fantasy that's chock-full of Disney references. The animated musical features Ariana DeBose as an idealistic youngster who runs afoul of her kingdom's narcissistic ruler (Chris Pine) and befriends an energetic star to help rescue her people's wishes.

Where to watch: Disney+.

'The Zone of Interest'

Sandra Hüller stars as the wife and mother of a German family living next door to Auschwitz in "The Zone of Interest."
Sandra Hüller stars as the wife and mother of a German family living next door to Auschwitz in "The Zone of Interest."

Director Jonathan Glazer's best picture nominee centers on a German family going about their daily business. This banality, though, happens next door to Auschwitz, where gunshots, screams and the industrial sounds of ovens are the unnerving soundtrack that the characters ignore but you simply can't in this disturbing yet essential Holocaust drama.

Where to watch: Max.

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