3 great free movies you should stream this weekend (June 7-9)

Ryan Reynolds stuck in a coffin underground holding a lighter in a scene from Buried.
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This weekend marks the return of Will Smith and Martin Lawrence in Bad Boys: Ride or Die. Smith and Lawrence reprise their roles as Mike Lowry and Marcus Burnett for the fourth Bad Boys installment. At home, Netflix’s Hit Man should attract a lot of eyeballs thanks to Glen Powell, one of the industry’s rising stars.

Both Bad Boys: Ride or Die and Hit Man cost the price of a movie ticket and Netflix subscription, respectively. However, FAST services provide cinephiles with thousands of movies for free. Sign up, watch a few ads, and enjoy the movie. Below are three great movies to stream this weekend that won’t cost you a dime. Our selections include a Jason Sudeikis-led comedy, an underrated thriller starring Deadpool himself, and a charming sequel featuring an Oscar winner and popular talk show host.

We’re the Millers (2013)

A family of four looks to the left in We're the Millers.
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Before he became everyone’s favorite soccer coach in Ted Lasso, Sudeikis was an amateur pot dealer in We’re the Millers. After his money is stolen, David Burke (Sudeikis) must smuggle drugs from Mexico for his supplier Brad (Ed Helms). Crossing the border with drugs is essentially impossible for one man to accomplish. However, David can make it out alive with a family in tow.

To pose as his family, David hires Rose (Jennifer Aniston), a stripper; Casey (Emma Roberts), a rebellious teenager; and Kenny (Will Poulter), a gullible teen. This fake family of four packs into an RV and heads to Mexico on a “vacation” to get the marijuana. Ironically, dealing with drug dealers is not the biggest threat. The Fitzgeralds, a strange and giddy family, are the ones who threaten David’s entire operation.

Stream We’re the Millers for free on Tubi.

Buried (2010)

A man bleeding from his head holds a phone for light.
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In 2024, Ryan Reynolds is one of the biggest movie stars in Hollywood. When he’s not playing Deadpool, Reynolds wins Emmys and soccer matches on Welcome to Wrexham. Before becoming an A-list megastar, Reynolds took more chances in genre work over a decade ago. The best example of this was Buried, Rodrigo Cortés’ 2010 survival-thriller.

On the list of many people’s biggest fears, being buried alive has to be in the top five. That’s the situation that Paul Conroy (Reynolds) finds himself in. Paul is an American truck driver working in Iraq when terrorists ambush him. After being knocked unconscious, Paul wakes up trapped inside a wooden coffin. All Paul has is a dying smartphone and a handful of tools, including a glowstick, a pocket knife, a lighter, and a pen.

Paul learns that he must pay a ransom or he will die in the coffin. Buried never loses the audience’s attention because of Reynolds, who gives one of his most underrated performances. Be prepared to feel claustrophobic.

Stream Buried for free on Amazon Freevee.

Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit (1994)

‘Sister Act 2' Cast Performs 'Oh Happy Day' on 'The View'

After posing as a nun in Sister Act, Deloris Van Cartier (Whoopi Goldberg) now works as a performer in Las Vegas. Deloris’ nun friends — Sisters Mary Patrick (Kathy Najimy), Mary Robert (Wendy Makkena), and Mary Lazarus (Mary Wickes) — need her to reprise her role as Sister Mary Clarence and pose as the music teacher at the St. Francis Academy. The school faces closure if its reputation does not improve. Deloris, who attended the school as a child, agrees to help.

Timing is everything. Why is now the right moment to revisit Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit? On June 5, Goldberg reunited with the cast of Sister Act 2 on an episode of The View. Goldberg conversed with several of the film’s stars — including Najimy and Sheryl Lee Ralph — before donning her signature habit and leading a performance of Oh Happy Day. The song still plays great, even without the legendary Lauryn Hill.

Stream Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit for free on Tubi.