With the great news that the country will be opening up over the coming weeks, it really will be a decent May Bank Holiday weekend with high spirits all round.

And with the sun hopefully continuing to shine this Bank Holiday weekend, just in case it takes a turn, we have you covered with the freshest on demand releases.

If you're looking for more movies and TV shows recommendations, head over to our new Reviews section for all of the titles you should be watching - and avoiding - this weekend.

'The Mitchells Vs. The Machines' - Netflix

If you only watch one movie this weekend, make it 'The Mitchells Vs. The Machines'. Honestly, you won't regret it. Cute, hilarious, action-packed, and with Olivia Colman voicing the baddie? Yes, please. Read our glowing review of the animation from the same studio that brought us 'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' here.

'Nomadland' - Disney+

Another strong contender for "if you only watch one movie this weekend", it's the three-time Oscar-winning title starring Francis McDormand. The story is inspired by real people, following the life of nomad Fern as she explores the great American west and the range of people she encounters.

'Tom Clancy's Without Remorse' - Amazon Prime

Michael B. Jordan takes up the mantle of Sr. Chief John Kelly in this action/war thriller based within the Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan universe. When a squad of Russian soldiers kills his family in retaliation for his role in a top-secret op, Kelly pursues the assassins at all costs. Jodie Turner-Smith and Jamie Bell also star.

'Mare Of Easttown' Episode Three - Sky & NOW

Have you been keeping up with the latest Kate Winslet thriller? It might be worth your time beginning this weekend, as it has been getting rave reviews. The actor stars as a small-town detective and the unfolding of a dark incident that shakes the town to its core. Episode three arrives on Sky Atlantic and NOW on Monday.

'Things Heard And Seen' - Netflix

Amanda Seyfried and Natalia Dyer star in this horror-turned-drama, based on the acclaimed novel by Elizabeth Brundage. The story follows a Manhattan who couple move to a historic hamlet in the Hudson Valley, where they discover their marriage begin to take a turn for the sinister.

'The Mosquito Coast' - Apple TV+

Adapted from the best selling novel, 'The Mosquito Coast' is a gripping adventure and layered character drama following the dangerous journey of a radical idealist and brilliant inventor, Allie Fox (Justin Theroux), who uproots his family for Mexico when they suddenly find themselves on the run from the US government.

'Assembled' - Disney+

If you're in need of a Marvel hit this weekend, 'Assembled' will be well worth your time. Last week's 'The Falcon and the Winter Soldier' finale set up a number of potential avenues for the MCU to go in, but with the next Disney+ series 'Loki' not arriving until June. To bide our time, this hour-long documentary will show us how the creators managed to make the whole series work so well.

'Wild Mountain Thyme' - Amazon, Google Play, iTunes

And finally, here we have one of the most talked-about Irish movies of the past year - for all of the wrong reasons. A movie so bad that it should come with a warning at the beginning for outdated Irish stereotypes, bad accents, and just generally not being worth taking 102 minutes of your life. But maybe it might be worth having a gawk at anyway? Just in case you haven't already, here is our glowing 0.5 star review of the travesty that is 'Wild Mountain Thyme'.