Save your moolah, grab some chocolate, an oversized mug of steaming tea, and load up one of these beyond entertaining options.
1. The Fundamentals Of Caring
We love anything with Paul Rudd in it and The Fundamentals Of Caring is no exception.
Starring the gorge Selena Gomez and Craig Roberts you'll be in both tears and stitches watching this.
The plot is centred around a writer (Rudd) who takes a teenager in a wheelchair (Roberts) on a road trip – it's amazing. Trust us.
This highly addictive series revolves around a talented but corrupt crime scene cleaner who get caught up in working for a gang.
A tad on the graphic side, with plenty of sex, gore and violence, but entertaining nonetheless.
You'll have the chills.
3. Bloodline Season Two
This TV show appeared about a year ago but you mightn't have heard too much about it.
But season two hit Netflix recently and I can honestly say it's even better than the first season. If anything it'll make you want to move to the Florida Keys which look absolutely gorge.
If you've ever thought your family was fucked up – think again. 'Cos these guys bring a whole new meaning to fucked up. Murder, drugs and lies.
Sure that's what family's for.
4. The Other Woman
Not your typical chick flick, this movie is about women on a mission: revenge.
Your stomach will be sore from laughing. Cameron Diaz mixed with Leslie Mann and Kate Upton is quite the cast. If you've ever been fucked over then this movie is definitely for you.
Keep an eye out for Nicki Minaj who is a surprisingly really good actor.
5. The Do-Over
This only got 5.8 on IMDB.com, which means I either have shite taste or am easily-amused because I genuinely thought this was gas.
If you're willing to take my word for it, or you just really like Adam Sandler, then I think you'll enjoy this comedy about two lads who fake their own deaths, take on new identities and get themselves in a heap of shit.
Been there, done that.
Who doesn't love a good heist?
Throw Robert DeNiro in there and you know you're onto a winner.
He plays a loving father who is too broke to pay his daughter's medical bills. So naturally he robs a bank.
As you do.
7. American Odyssey
With a comfortable 7.3 on IMDB.com and nearly five out of five stars on Netflix itself this is a guaranteed success.
It stars a few familiar faces, including Anna Friel and Peter Facinelli, the plot centres around a soldier, an attorney and an activist get pulled into an international military conspiracy.
Nothin' like a good conspiracy to keep you awake at night questioning everything, ever.
Well that's your weekend sorted. Just remember to eat and breathe.