From family favourites like the newest chapter in the Spy Kids franchise to thrilling biopics, and thought-provoking documentaries that will change public opinion of the disabled community, there are several exciting films to choose from.
Here is Yahoo's guide to the best new movies to watch this week.
Otto Baxter: Not a F***ing Horror Story | Sky Cinema and NOW (pick of the week)
Filmmaker Otto Baxter shares insight into his life as a person with Down Syndrome and the challenges he faced to make his first short film, The Puppet Asylum.
Premiering on Sky Documentary as a double-bill with Baxter's short film, Otto Baxter: Not A F***ing Horror Story charts the six-year journey for Baxter to bring his musical horror-comedy film to life whilst also giving insight into his experiences as a member of the disabled community.
Cassandro | Prime Video
Gael Garcia Bernal stars as Saúl Armendáriz, aka Cassandro, a gay wrestler who rose to fame to become the Liberace of Lucha Libre.
The film charts the athlete's life and career in lucha libra wrestling, bringing Cassandro's incredible true life story to the silver screen.
Marcel the Shell with Shoes On | Sky Cinema and NOW
A critically-acclaimed animation, Marcel the Shell with Shoes On follows its titular character and the colourful existence he carves out for himself with his grandma and their pet lint.
When they are discovered by a documentary filmmaker, Marcel is made into a unexpected internet sensation and his newfound fame comes with both good and bad results.
Spy Kids: Armageddon | Netflix
Robert Rodriguez first began his Spy Kids film series in 2001, and now the director is back with a brand new story for the fifth film in the franchise.
Starring Gina Rodriguez and Zachary Levi, the film follows the children of the world's greatest spies, who inadvertently help a game developer unleash a virus on the world, and it is up to the whole family to stop it.
The best films to watch on TV this weekend
For those looking for something to watch on freeview TV this weekend, there are several interesting films to choose from on both Saturday and Sunday.
Saturday is all about musicals, it seems, because two modern classics are being screened on BBC Two: Moulin Rouge and West Side Story. Elsewhere, Channel 5 will be airing the adorable and heartfelt rom-com About Time which stars Domhnall Gleeson and Rachel McAdams.
Sunday has a few more big budget blockbusters to offer viewers, with Pokemon: Detective Pikachu airing on BBC One for a fun family film, and hits like Logan and Magic Mike screening in the evening.
Here are Yahoo's picks of the weekend:
Saturday, 23 September
Moulin Rouge: BBC Two, 1pm
West Side Story: BBC Two, 3.25pm
About Time: Channel 5, 3.35pm
Kingsman: The Secret Service: Channel 4, 9.35pm
Sunday, 24 September
Pokemon: Detective Pikachu: BBC One, 3pm
Logan: Film4, 9pm
Magic Mike: BBC Three, 10pm
Psycho: BBC Two, 11.30pm
Watch the trailer for Cassandro: