6 Movies to Watch on Peacock in May You Don’t Want to Miss

6 Movies to Watch on Peacock in May You Don’t Want to Miss
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Even if you’ve seen them before.

Each streaming platform has its own way of doing business and staying afloat in the competitive industry. This, of course, includes in-house production and careful consideration of what kind of movies and shows to add to the library.

Every month we wait to see what the streaming services have in store for us viewers, and even when they release the god-forgotten movies, we are absolutely happy because we are reminded of the gems once created.

Peacock 's May premiere list is big enough, and we will tell you about the six must-see ones.

1. Get Out (2017)

Jordan Peele's horror thriller will keep you on the edge of your seat, searching for clues throughout the entire running time. The story centers on a young interracial couple. When the black boyfriend visits his white girlfriend's parents for the weekend, his bubbling discomfort with their acceptance of him eventually reaches a boiling point.

“In my opinion the script is brilliant in many ways. The writing is super tight. Every scene, every line has its purpose. I think a lot of people praise the theme and relevance above all. But for me, it's Jordan Peele's perfect writing. One house, a few characters, not a single boring minute,” Redditor Alternative_Ink_1389 said.

2. Jurassic Park (1993)

There's no way you haven't seen the first film in this popular franchise. Steven Spielberg 's 1993 dinosaur action flick is considered a classic for many reasons. Despite the fact that it started the chain of sequels, it also revolutionized visual effects in cinematography. The 91%-Rated movie that grossed more than 1 billion is waiting for you now on Peacock.

3. No Time to Die (2021)

Fans of the James Bond movie franchise should not miss the chance to dive back into the world of the top spies and their enemies of all time.

The 25th film in the series stars Daniel Craig in his fifth and final portrayal of fictional British MI6 agent James Bond. This time the plot is even more twisted, but there's no way you won't find it extremely entertaining.

4. Shrek the Third (2007)

Are there any animated movie fans out there? We hope so, because we come bearing good news! The third installment of the iconic Shrek franchise is already on the platform, waiting for you. We don't even know what to add. Do you really need a reason to see the grumpy ogre, the talkative donkey and their quirky friends go on another adventure?

5. Spy Kids (2001)

This movie will make you feel really nostalgic and will definitely give you the desire to go back in time and relive your childhood, when you still believed that you could somehow end up with superpowers. Even though the movie was not so popular with the critics and only had 47% on Rotten Tomatoes, it is still a real gem for a family evening.

“I was 6 when the first Spy Kids came out, and I don't think I knew anyone who wasn't into them during the 3-ish years the original three Spy Kids movies were coming out. I remember they were always one of the go to movies during sleepovers, and there were a bunch of times kids would play Spy Kids during games of pretend at recess,” Redditor SupaKoopa714 said.

6. Wonder Woman (2017)

Gal Gadot and Chris Pine team up to play the iconic roles in Patty Jenkins' 2017 Wonder Woman. We meet a young princess of the Amazons, Diana, who has been trained all her life to be an indomitable warrior, as she leaves her home to stop the unexpected threat after a pilot crashes and tells of conflict in the outside world.