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Stuff To Watch This Week (May 15-21, 2023)

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania arrives on Disney+ on Wednesday!

Stuff To Watch This Week (May 15-21, 2023)

32nd SEA Games: Cambodia: Closing Ceremony

After 17 days of competition, athletes from 11 Southeast Asian nations gather again at the Mordok Techo National Stadium for the Closing Ceremony. The next SEA Games will be held in Thailand on Dec 9-15, 2025. Enough time for our football team to stage a comeback.  

Watch it on: meWATCH, Channel 5, Mediacorp Entertainment on YouTube, Wed, 8pm

Anna Nicole Smith: You Don’t Know Me

The latest documentary from Ursula Macfarlane, the maker of the Harvey Weinstein exposé Untouchable, looks at the life of iconic ’90s Playboy and Guess jeans model and scandal magnet (she married 89-year-old oil tycoon J Howard Marshall after she met him while performing at a strip club) before her tragic death at the age of 39 in 2007.

Watch it on: Netflix, Tue

Photo: Netflix

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania

The Ant-Man and the Wasp’s third adventure is disappointing for many reasons: Paul Rudd’s wisecracks took a back seat to the SPFX fireworks, the ugly SPFX, and comic-book movie fatigue. Jonathan Majors chews up scenery as new MCU villain Kang the Conqueror but his future is grim in light of his legal woes. If anything, the movie serves as a glorified teaser for Season 2 of Loki.

Watch it on: Disney+, Wed

Photos: Disney/Marvel Studios

High Desert

Before Patricia Arquette returns for more workplace skullduggery in Severance, she plays an on-again-off-again junkie trying to get her shit together as a private eye in the small desert town of Yucca Valley, California. Directed by Jay Roach (Bombshell), the nine-part limited series also stars Rupert Friend and Matt Dillon.

Watch it on: Apple TV+, Wed

Photo: Apple TV+

Working: What We Do All Day

Barack Obama produced and narrated this four-part docu-series that follows workers from three different industries — home care, tech and hospitality — as they weigh in on “what makes a good job good”  (For me: I wonder sometimes if I’m a writer or some wannabe data scientist pretending to know a lot about social media algorithms?)

Watch it on: Netflix, Wed

Photo: Netflix



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