Must-watch list offers entertainment for spring break

Autumn Knight, Reporter

If you don’t have plans for spring break, catch up on the latest and greatest entertainment inside and outside the theater. 



“MoonKnight,” starring Oscar Isaac, is the new Marvel Disney+ mini series rated TV-14. The first episode was released on March 30 and premiers every week. This is a sci-fi show about Marc Spector, a man with Dissociate Identity Disorder. Spector possess multiple alter egos and only realizes when he is tormented with black outs and memories of what he has done. In this show, he’ll learn about himself, however many versions there may be, and learn to live through it. 


“Outer Banks”

Re-watch “Outer Banks” Netflix show, rated TV-MA, before the new third season releases this summer. “Outer Banks” (OBX) is a show revolving around a group of friends on a mission to find out what happened to the main character, John B’s father. On the way to discovering the truth, they get mixed up in a pretty serious treasure hunt that comes with high stakes and danger. The show also features new antagonists coming up left and right with the same target as them, after the gold that seems as if it could solve almost all their problems, or create more. 


“Rescued by Ruby”

“Rescued by Ruby,” rated TV-G was released on March 17. The show is on Netflix and is based upon a true story. This heartwarming narrative tells the story of Rhode Island state trooper Daniel O’Neil and his journey with canine partner Ruby. O’Neil partners with Ruby, a dog from the shelter in pursuit of his goal to join a K-9 unit forming a steadfast bond rivaling their challenges. 


“The Batman”

The year’s first big blockbuster, “The Batman,” is rated PG-13 and took to the theaters on March 4, starring Robert Pattinson and Zoe Kravitz. When the perverted and strategic killer, The Riddler (played by Paul Dano), starts publicly targeting and killing Gotham City officials, Batman is adamant about finding out why. But, he might find out more than he wanted to.


“Turning Red”

Disney’s new animated film, “Turning Red,” is rated PG. It is about a girl named Mei that learns about her heritage. Anytime she has overwhelming emotions, she turns into a big red panda. This movie is a coming-of-age story where a young girl learns to accept herself despite the differences that she possesses, as well as the struggle of her trying to balance the people in her life and her ability. 



Marvel movie “Morbius” is rated PG-13 opening in theaters today, April 1. Micheal Morbius, Biochemist, accidentally gets infected with a type of vampirism in a failed attempt to cure himself of the uncommon blood disease he carries.