What to watch this week on Netflix
We have many news on Netflix, perhaps the highlight being the long-awaited documentary by Nevenka.
From today you can enjoy the new series The Bold Type, which reaches the red N with its four seasons at once. In them you will discover the life of three millennials who combine their jobs, loves and friendships with the stressful life of New York as they mature.
At the cinematographic level we have very varied proposals, possibly the most outstanding ones Banyuki Y Warrior souls 2011, since it is about two recorded plays for the big screen. In the first, based on a Japanese novel, you will learn the story of a man who, after serving a sentence by mistake for 10 years, goes out seeking revenge, while in the second, also of Japanese origin, “seven souls” face the dark threat that grows in the gloomy Skull Castle.
Spider-Man fan? Then you have to give the cute adaptation a chance in LEGO Vexed by Venom. Are you your old western movies? Well, know that there is also room for you with The professionals, with Burt Lancaster and Lee Marvin.
Today, great music lovers can also make use of Connected, a documentary film in which the Argentine DJ Hernán Cattaneo invites a symphonic orchestra to play at the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires.
The little ones (and their parents, of course) are in luck tomorrow since the children’s series Word party premieres its fifth season.
Wednesday will undoubtedly be the big day for Netflix, at least in volume of releases since the platform unloads all its heavy artillery with a good number of films. Since there are so many and so that you can visualize them better, we leave them below as a list:
- Moxie !: Netflix original youth film.
- Moon Hotel Kabul: Romanian tape.
- Sunes sommar: Family feature film based on the book saga by Anders Jacobsson and Sören Olsson.
- A guest arrives: classic film on Netflix of Swedish origin.
- Fake like water: Swedish tape.
- Joker: not to be confused with any film based on the enemy character of Batman. Swedish crime drama.
- Secretul Fericirii: Romanian movie.
- 1939: yet another Swedish film based on WWII.
- Epava: Romanian origin drama.
- Cap Si Pajura: Romanian movie
- Dragoste. 1 Caine: independent film of Romanian origin about the meeting of two people in the mountains.
- Jönsson’s band in Mallorca: old family comedy of Swedish origin.
- Sa Olika: Swedish comedy.
- Zavera: Romanian thriller.
- Intalniri Incrucisate: and another Romanian film more of the dramatic genre.
If documentaries and music are your thing, you won’t be bored with the arrival of Notorious BIG – I Got a Story to Tell, about The Notorius BIG’s transformation from camel to rap king.
After Wednesday’s hangover there will still be rope for the premiere of the animated series for adults Pacific Rim: No Man’s Land, in which two brothers search for their parents after the devastation of their home by the kaijus, and for the film Gloria Bell, with the brilliant Julianne Moore, about a divorced woman who works her usual job in the morning and goes clubbing at night to dance.
The documentary Nevenka It is undoubtedly one of the great releases of the month for Netflix and has generated a maximum expectation since it was announced. You can review the story of Nevenka Fernández, the first woman to win a complaint for sexual harassment against a politician in UK.
The animated series for children The ghosts of the city It also arrives on Friday with its first season, like the French film Centinela and the Colombian Lavaperros.
We end the week on Netflix with Surviving in the desert, an independent film that mixes drama and comedy.
What to watch this week on HBO
Basically the first week of March for HBO is summarized in releasing new episodes of series and documentaries already in progress.
In addition to a new chapter of Haunted (the 5 of season 3), you can enjoy the third of season 8 of Last Week Tonight with John Oliver and episode 2 of the controversial documentary Allen v Farrow.
All American, Batwoman Y Axios They arrive tomorrow with new chapters in their respective seasons already underway for weeks.
You already know we have a new series about Superman on the billboard (it’s titled Superman & Lois) and which premiered last week. On Wednesday you will see chapter 2.
Snowfall is also continuing its season 4 thanks to the Thursday premiere of episode 3.
The HBO news ends on Friday with chapters 5 and 6 of season 2 of Momma Named me Sheriff and the seventh of the English El Nudo.
Premieres of the week on Amazon
For the beginning of March we only have two premieres on Amazon Prime Video.
The movie The King of Zamunda hits the catalog for you to have a laugh with Eddie Murphy. In this film, the monarch Akeem learns that he has a son in the United States, so he decides to travel to America to meet him and let him know that he is the heir.
If you’re hooked on the crime show Law & Order: Special Victims UnitKnow that there are three seasons on Saturday (11, 12 and 13) for you to continue doing the marathon.
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