What to watch this weekend: A-list 'The Lost City,' Olivia Rodrigo's 'Driving Home 2 U'

Happy Oscar weekend! It's a good time to catch up on all the nominated films at Sunday's 94th Academy Awards – or binge all the old best pictures – but don't forget there's new stuff to be had, too.

Sandra Bullock stars alongside fellow Oscar winner Brad Pitt in a adventurous romantic action comedy with Channing Tatum, Academy Award nominee Naomi Watts plays a snowy rescuer in a survival thriller, and singer/songwriter Olivia Rodrigo – who's up for a boat load of Grammy Awards on April 3 – is the subject of a musical film on Disney+.

Here's a guide to new movies that'll satisfy every cinematic taste, plus some noteworthy theatrical films making their home video debut on demand:

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If you enjoy A-listers acting silly: 'The Lost City'

Bullock stars in the adventure comedy as a romance novelist who's tired of her hot-blooded and successful literary franchise and has a secret talent for ancient translations. When she's kidnapped by an eccentric rich guy (Daniel Radcliffe) hunting for a prized artifact, the writer's dashing but dim cover model (Tatum) mounts a haphazard rescue effort. It starts off like gangbusters and ends up failing its premise, but it does give us Pitt (cameoing as an over-the-top special operative) in ridiculous mode.

Where to watch: In theaters

What to watch this weekend: A-list 'The Lost City,' Olivia Rodrigo's 'Driving Home 2 U'

If you're an Olivia Rodrigo superfan: 'Driving Home 2 U'

More quasi-concert film than documentary, the 76-minute film is maybe not for those needing a history lesson on the 19-year-old singer and star of "High School Musical: The Musical – The Series." Rather than spend time on her backstory, the stylish work acts as part sonic road trip, with scenes of her traveling in a car (her big hit is "Drivers License," natch), and part rundown of vague inspirations behind her album debut "Sour." For those not familiar with her, the music video episodes are the best bits, where Rodrigo sings "Good 4 U" in Red Rock Canyon State Park with a string orchestra and performs "Happier" with her band around the house.

Where to watch: Disney+

If you're already missing winter: 'Infinite Storm'

In the survival thriller, Watts stars as a New Hampshire mountain climber on a jaunt through hellish wind and snow who finds (and has to rescue) a stranded stranger (Billy Howle), fighting to get back before the coming of a dangerously cold nightfall. It's a lot of poor decision-making by characters overall and a familiar enough premise, though the tale (based on a real story) pays off in the emotional coda, digging into why he was up there and memories of a tragedy that still haunts Watts' good samaritan.

Where to watch: In theaters

If you need a period romance: 'Mothering Sunday'

It gets a bit talky at times, but there's a definite steaminess to director Eva Husson's well-acted period drama told over several decades. Jane Fairchild (Odessa Young) is housemaid to a wealthy English couple (Colin Firth and Olivia Colman), and on Mother's Day 1924, she gets time off and meets with her secret lover, Paul (Josh O’Connor), who's engaged to his posh childhood friend (Emma D'Arcy). It's the starting point for a tale of romance, tragedy and Jane embracing her artistic spirit as a writer.

Where to watch: In theaters

If you dig a good 'horror mom' flick: 'You Are Not My Mother'

Kate Dolan's freaky feature directorial debut is an unsettling Irish folk horror tale that effectively explores parenting and mental health. Char (Hazel Doupe) is a bullied teen outcast in Dublin with a bedridden, depressed mother, Angela (Carolyn Bracken). After Angela goes missing, she reappears as almost a completely different person, acting more and more erratic as Halloween approaches. Char is torn between love and fear in terms of her mom's mysterious state but digs into their family's past in a gripping narrative with one fiery climax.

Where to watch: In theaters and on Apple TV, Google Play

If you haven't texted your college pals lately: 'All My Friends Hate Me'

The British dark comedy stars Tom Stourton as Pete, who fell out of contact with his university chums but is reuniting with them for his 30th birthday at an old friend's remote rural mansion. Once a reprobate and now a guy helping at refugee camps, Pete feels out of sync with his buds and believes a random guy (Dustin Demri-Burns) they just met at a bar is for some reason turning them against him. It's a funny, cringe-inducing and somewhat sinister delight about growing apart that often feels a little too real for comfort.

Where to watch: Apple TV, Google Play

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