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María Valverde has done double duty on Netflix with Fuimos canciones and with this far more interesting Peruvian production directed by Claudia Llosa (La teta asustada). It’s a story that could fall into the horror genre but without touching any of the facile springs of that type of film. From the intimate drama, it is a very personal version of Samanta Schweblin’s novel about two mothers who meet in a lost town in Argentina and whose relationship is marked by the disturbing relationship with their children. There will be viewers who feel total incomprehension at the plot, but if you enter into its tempo and emotional density, it grabs you completely.58. Good Netflix Movies: Guilty (2021).

The plot, based on an acclaimed novel by Walter Dean Myers, is reminiscent of that of The Innocent series: a terrific kid, art student and talented photographer, whose life is completely changed by a violent incident in which he is involved on the rebound. But this is not a labyrinthine thriller but a serious, realistic film, a social and psychological analysis with echoes of Black Lives Matter in the form of a courtroom drama. It was presented at the Sundance Film Festival with some very decent reviews and also features some of the actors who have shined in your favorite series.55. Good Netflix Movies: Big World News (2021).

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A sort of Asian version of ‘Aladdin’ full of good intentions, which make it perhaps too obvious in certain scenes, but in return it knows how to conquer you through its characters, an entertaining story and an eye-catching visual finish.

A somewhat unbalanced drama, since its first 20-25 minutes are sensational, especially the extensive and intense childbirth scene, and then never quite hit the key it is looking for. That does not detract from the fact that Vanessa Kirby’s work is also excellent then, without forgetting the more than estimable contributions of Ellen Burstyn or Shia LaBeouf.

A very enjoyable supernatural slasher based on the popular literary saga of R. L. Stine but that seems to have in ‘Scream’ its main reference. With a well-chosen cast and generous enough in the scenes of violence, it is a film that knows what it sets out to do and how to achieve it to make the viewer have a good time without neglecting the story of this first installment or forgetting the mythology that should connect it with the two slasher movies.

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Red Notice was originally going to be one of Universal Pictures’ big 2020 movies, but Universal’s loss is Netflix’s gain. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson headlines the film as the FBI’s John Hartley. Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot co-headline the film as two of John’s most elusive targets, Nolan Booth and Sarah Black. Regardless of Nolan and Sarah’s shared enmity, they are soon forced to confront John in the heist of their lives. But can the members of this motley trio trust each other? No. No, they really can’t. And that’s why the movie is so much fun.

Due to a negotiation for the sale of a property in England, young lawyer Jonathan Harker (Keanu Reeves) must travel to Transylvania to the castle of Count Dracula (Gary Oldman), who transforms into a vampire at night. In reality, it is all a plan hatched by the Count to take Harker prisoner and go to England to seduce his fiancée, Mina (Winona Ryder), a sort of reincarnation of Dracula’s great love. Meanwhile, the doctor Van Helsing (Anthony Hopkins) quickly understands the gravity of the situation, and begins with a group of faithful to hunt down and kill the vampire.

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A sort of Asian version of ‘Aladdin’ full of good intentions, which make it perhaps too obvious in certain scenes, but in return it knows how to conquer you through its characters, an entertaining story and an eye-catching visual finish.

A somewhat unbalanced drama, since its first 20-25 minutes are sensational, especially the extensive and intense childbirth scene, and then never quite hit the key it is looking for. That does not detract from the fact that Vanessa Kirby’s work is also excellent then, without forgetting the more than estimable contributions of Ellen Burstyn or Shia LaBeouf.

A very enjoyable supernatural slasher based on the popular literary saga of R. L. Stine but that seems to have in ‘Scream’ its main reference. With a well-chosen cast and generous enough in the scenes of violence, it is a film that knows what it sets out to do and how to achieve it to make the viewer have a good time without neglecting the story of this first installment or forgetting the mythology that should connect it with the next two parts of the trilogy.

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