Yes Day:
Allison and Carlos are always saying no to their kids, but still want to show that they still care. So, they make an agreement: for 24 hours, they will say yes to whatever their kids want to do, no matter how messy or dangerous. I’m guessing that you can imagine what happens next.  On Netflix March 12.

Vivian Carter has lost her patience with her school’s sexist and one-sided culture. Inspired by her mom’s past, she starts a feminist revolution against the status quo. On Netflix March 3.

Coming 2 America:
Akeem Joffer is about to become King of Zamunda, but the celebration is put on hold by a new discovery: he has a son in America. To reconnect with him and find a new heir to the kingdom, he returns to America for the first time in more than 30 years. For those of you who loved the original Coming to America, this sequel is sure to please. On Amazon Prime March 5.

Boss Level:
Imagine if your life was like a video game, dying repeatedly over and over again. That’s the predicament Roy Pulver finds himself in. Follow Roy on the difficult journey to win the game of life (no copyright needed here).  On Hulu March 5.

Zack Snyder’s Justice League:
In this 4 hour re-release of the theatrical Justice League, Batman, inspired by Superman’s sacrifice, rallies with Wonder Woman to seek out new heroes to defend Earth against a coming threat. Will this revive our belief in DC’s movie making abilities or will this simply be a mish-mash of deleted scenes that should have stayed that way.  The original vision of director Zack Snyder’s film finally releases. On HBO Max March 18.