The 10 best movies to watch right now on Netflix
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- The 105 Best Netflix Original Movies
What do we see now on Netflix? Well, that’s why you’re reading Fotogramas and if a couple of weeks ago we were talking about the most addictive series recently released on Netflix, today we have to go, as our roots indicate, purely cinematographic. Of course, although we will always defend tooth and nail that going to the movies is a fundamental part of human life, of a valuable existence, we have to admit that more than one weekend we stay at home to watch movies in our living room. With a good screen or a good projector, and if the neighbors are not working, there is no one who can tell us not to enjoy the best movies of the moment from the comfort of our home, under our blanket, with our microwave popcorn and feet on the sofa or table.
But of course, if it’s already hard for us to go to the cinema and choose between one of the dozens of movies on the billboard that the hell to see, things get worse when we enter Netflix without any idea. Sometimes we stay directly on the cover, other times we go down to see the top 10 of the platform and we are guided by the popularity of whatever they are putting out. Both are, the truth, quite risky options if we are looking for something interesting. But the other option is to go down and down the platform with the remote control until we discover that in the time we have been looking for a movie on Netflix, reading the synopsis and the review of Fotogramas of the one that seems interesting to us to decide if to see it or not, watching the trailer, etc. we could have cycled backwards to the cinema and back.
That’s where it comes in, just like on the billboard, the task of this holy and veteran house, despite the fact that these pages were born when television was not even a distant dream. What are we watching today on Netflix? Well, the answer is infinite, but we have decided to bring together the most outstanding films on the platform in recent months to prepare a selection of award-winning feature films, horror proposals, comedies, auteur films… A bit of everything where, once again, you will have to make a more difficult decision than the starting Pokémon. Of course, now you will only have to think about it between 10.
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The Power of the Dog – December 1
Jane Campion hadn’t made a movie in too long. Luckily she’s back, the director of ‘The piano’ got into nothing less than the field of western with the adaptation of the novel by Thomas Savage. Beyond gunslingers and bandits, however, we find a brutal character study, a portrait of toxic masculinity, and a slow-burn thriller.
It was the hand of God – December 15
Paolo Sorrentino, the director of ‘The Great Beauty’ or ‘The Youth’, decided to return to his roots and recall his youthful years in Diego Armando Maradona’s Naples. The result is, as the Italian is used to, beautiful and poetic, but also less pompous and with more human warmth than his most famous films.
Don’t Look Up – December 24
An all-star cast unlike any other for a movie released directly on the platform is McKay’s best weapon to succeed with this uneven comedy. His other best weapon, of course, is the tremendous and poignant resemblance between our society and that of the film.
The Wasteland – January 6
‘Babadok’ or ‘The witch’ seem to be the benchmarks for David Casademunt’s directorial debut. That is to say, the terror here is transformed into something fantastic, psychological, close to a gloomy magical realism where we will never know how real and palpable is the terror that devastates the protagonists, scoop in hand.
Munich on the eve of a war – January 21
Although it might seem like another movie about World War II (and it is), the truth is that the success of this thriller is to play with what we already know, the disaster that the explosion of the conflict will bring. That is why he immediately conveys to us the importance of the protagonists’ mission, to mediate between England and the Nazis to prevent the outbreak of the conflict.
Parallel mothers – February 18
The latest work by Pedro Almodóvar arrives on Netflix, where most of his filmography is also available for the enjoyment of the entire world. More awarded outside of Spain than in our country, nobody denies the monumental work of Penélope Cruz in what is probably the best role of her career. Although the political brushstrokes of historical memory seem to be shoehorned in with a broad brush, the feminine melodrama of the manchego and its portrait of three different mothers is extraordinary.
Tick, Tick… Boom – November 19
The autobiography of the tragically late genius of Broadway served another genius of the New York theater avenue, Lin-Manuel Miranda, to make his directorial debut. Andrew Garfield in the best and most demanding role of his career do the rest around this different musical that, unlike ‘La La Land’, never hesitates between love and artistic sacrifice, as sad as that sounds.
The Tinder Scammer – February 2
If before we were already more than suspicious about dating through the app, there will be many and many who, after learning about Simon Leviev’s story of scams, will walk with lead feet. He is especially suspicious if he makes you believe that he is a rich heir to the diamonds and yet he asks you for a large sum of money.
Lost in the Arctic – March 2
Ok, here we have cheated a bit because the tape is not available yet, but it is so close that you can already mark it in the agenda. Starring Nicolak Coster-Waldau (‘Game of Thrones’), the film narrates the almost impossible Danish expedition through the Arctic to refute a theory that could change the national distribution of the North Pole.
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre – February 18
Leatherface returns, and so does Sally, the sole survivor of the masterful original 1974 film that forever changed the horror genre in America. Almost 50 years later, the slasher and its great references continue to give us joy, or rather scares, and we are still grateful for sequels that lead us to expand and connect with the great myths of terror.
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