The Best Movies on HBO Max

Thanks to HBO’s partnerships with standout companies and networks like TCM, Studio Ghibli, and DC, the service has an absolutely stacked selection of films you’re able to choose from.

Whether you’re in the mood for a classic black and white monster movie from the ‘30s, a beloved anime film from Hayao Miyazaki, or a recent blockbuster from this past summer, there’s no end to the number of great films you’re able to choose from.

As the Irish Civil War wages around them, an aspiring elderly musician (Gleeson) abruptly severs his relationship with his best friend (Farrell), wanting to focus on his music in the last years of his life.

Drama: The Banshees of Inisherin

When a mysterious magical train passes in front of his suburban home, a young boy (Daryl Sabara) decides to venture onboard, traveling to the North Pole to visit Santa (Tom Hanks) with the other children from his neighborhood.

Family: The Polar Express

After a night of heavy drinking in Las Vegas, three members of a bachelor party (Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, and Zach Galifianakis) try to piece together what happened to their missing friend (Justin Bartha) hours before he’s supposed to get married.

Comedy: The Hangover

With acclaimed director Alfonso Cuarón at the helm, The Prisoner of Azkaban was responsible for reshaping the Harry Potter series as we know it.

Fantasy: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

An analysis of fame, success, addiction, and love, you leave the movie never wondering why this movie won the repeated acclaim it earned in 2018.

Romance: A Star Is Born

In eastern Pennsylvania, a lapsed priest turned farmer (Mel Gibson) is shocked to find crop circles mysteriously surrounding his property overnight. As the growing threat of an alien invasion looms, he and his family try to defend themselves against the extraterrestrial onslaught any way they can.

Sci-Fi: Signs

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