Two movies of loops in time and romantic comedy ways have coincided in time. This one has a more youthful approach than ‘Palm Springs, but that does not make it less suggestive: without the need to go into explanations or waste time, this surprising emotional adventure, more profound and at the same time more carefree than it seems, is an Original from Amazon Prime Video to pay attention to. Especially for the excellent performances by Kyle Allen and Kathryn Newton.
The first horror bombshell movie of the year worked at low intensity and was immersed in intimate drama codes. A young woman obsessed with religion and that God speaks of her through her (Morfydd Clark) believes that she has a divine mission that consists of saving the soul of her last patient, a terminally ill woman who was once a famous dancer. . The fine line that separates extreme devotion and manic unreason is crossed over and over again in a film that plays at being pious and profane at the same time, with a sublime and atrocious aesthetic and that is one of the most sweeping debuts in recent years, that of the screenwriter and director Rose Glass. Netflix will release 70 original films in 2021: all the information of the confirmed titles. In Engadget Netflix will release 70 original films in 2021: all the information of the confirmed titles.
An emotional and luxurious drama produced by Netflix, based on the true story of Sutton Hoo’s excavation and featuring an extraordinary starring duo: Ralph Fiennes and Carey Mulligan. This is a landowner who entrusts an excavator to unearth what could be an archaeological find of the first order while the Second World War rages around her. A film of classic echoes that faces serious and transcendent issues, but with exquisite sensitivity and an outstanding visual invoice.
‘The painter and the thief.’
A unique documentary, one of those that is enjoyed as if it were an original suspense movie full of plot twists, in which a Czech painter, Barbora Kysilkova, establishes a curious relationship of sincere friendship with one of the thieves who stole a couple of paintings a while ago. The feelings that flourish between the two, unexpected and full of twists and turns, are at the core of this fantastic documentary.
An uncomfortable, brutal film, with a slightly dystopian tone but that portrays a reality that we have before our noses: that of an unstable society, which vibrates dangerously transforming itself into a powder keg, and that with a single step in the wrong direction can blow up. A starting point as simple as the underprivileged rebellion with weapons finds a unique balance between post-apocalyptic fiction, traditional thriller, and social drama. Not for all palates (mainly due to its conservative streaks), but precisely because of this, almost mandatory viewing. The horror movie that, thanks to the beautiful animated images, is more bearable.