Choosing a movie to watch on Netflix over the weekend is a struggle. But it shouldn't be, so we've made it a whole lot easier.Every week, we look through what's available on the streaming service and recommend seven movies you can watch over the weekend.Some of our selections recently came to Netflix and some have been available for awhileyou might have just missed them because Netflix's algorithm thought you wouldn't like them.From Netflix's new teen rom-com "To All the Boys I've Loved Before" to "Queen of the Damned" starring Aaliyah who tragically died before it was released, these are some awesome movies on Netflix you can watch this weekend.Here are seven movies on Netflix you should check out (along with their scores from Rotten Tomatoes).Note: Not all of these films are available in countries outside the United States. Sorry!"To All the Boys I've Love Before" (2018) ' A Netflix OriginalNetflix description:When her secretloveletters somehow get mailed to each of her five crushes, Lara Jean finds her quiet high school existence turned upside down.Critic score: N/AAudience score: N/A"To All the Boys I've Loved Before" is an awkward, cute movie that captures what people loved about the book it's based on. It's the perfect teen rom-com for the modern age that you'll probably find yourself rewatching sooner than expected."Constantine" (2005)Netflix description:A private detective with a taste for the supernatural investigates an apparent suicide in this thriller based on the comic book "Hellblazer."Critic score: 46%Audience score: 72%"Constantine" isn't comparable to Keanu Reeves' best action movies like "The Matrix" and "John Wick" because the clunky, boring plot doesn't do much to surprise you. But it's a visually interesting (and dark) movie that isn't nearly as bad as critics said when it came out in 2005. It also stars Shia LaBeouf and Rachel Weisz."The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society" (2018) ' A Netflix OriginalNetflix description:A London writer bonds with the colorful residents of Guernsey as she learns about the book club they formed during the WWII German occupation.Critic score: 80%Audience score: 80%Love period dramas' Love "Set It Up'" How about "Mamma Mia 2'" This Netflix original was manufactured for you. It has an epic romance, it's historic, and it stars Glen Powell and Lily James in old-timey outfits. You'll remember Powell from Netflix's modern romantic original "Set It Up," which came out in June. And you'll recognize James as the star of "Mamma Mia 2," which came to theaters in July.See the rest of the story at Business Insider Click here to read full news..