Although sometimes you might find it hard to believe, this year marks 25 years since some of the gigantic film classics featured below. It has been 25 long years since we last saw the date 1996. And although it may still seem like a remote year, the truth is that since then, there has been an incredible flood of films, even if they are now not as enjoyable to watch as they used to be. That's why we want to throw you back in time and show you, month by month, which were the best films of 1996.
We all know that Netflix still reigns supreme among on-demand streaming platforms. New ones may be emerging day in and day out, but the red N logo remains strong and continues to stand out in various genres, such as musicals. That's why we want to bring you the best musicals you can find on Netflix. The only thing we warn you beforehand is that your neighbors better want to hear you sing (or sing with you).
Without further ado, these are the best musicals you can enjoy on Netflix in 2021. Get your voice warmed up and throw yourself into your favorite songs!
Italy, one of the most severely affected by the coronavirus pandemic, has a long and beautiful cinematographic tradition that spans from popular comedy to the sophisticated style of a large group of directors whose personal mark is truly indelible: Vittorio De Sica, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Federico Fellini, Ettore Scola, Michelangelo Antonioni, Bernardo Bertolucci. Here is a small but varied selection of films from Italy on Netflix in 2021.
Italy's contribution to cinema goes beyond names, beyond the contribution of actors and directors, and currents. Celluloid without Italy cannot be understood.
The Blackcoat’s Daughter is a thrilling film that centers on three women — played by Emma Roberts, Kiernan Shipka, and Lucy Boynton. As Osgood “Oz” Perkins’ directorial debut (yes, he’s Anthony Perkins’ son), this film received mixed responses. But one thing’s for certain — the viewers are very confused by what happened. And it’s understandable why; the film combines demonic possession and mind-bending mysteries, all wrapped up in a gory bow. In addition, The Blackcoat’s Daughter is different than your average horror flick. Two different stories play out at the same time, and it’s difficult knowing what happens until you’re at the very end of the movie. We’ll make this easy for you and explain what happened. Keep in mind, this explainer post contains spoilers.
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I’m not going to lie. I’m a massive Emma Roberts fan. I first became aware of Roberts after watching season three of American Horror Story. That season revolved around a coven in New Orleans. Roberts played celebrity and witch, Madison Montgomery. Roberts is extremely talented and can make a spoiled Hollywood brat likable. The 2008 comedy-drama, Wild Child, that Roberts starred in somehow missed my attention for almost a decade. Luckily, I stumbled upon this fun and honest movie on YouTube of all places, and have since watched it numerous times. Like most people, I’m a sucker for a fish-out-of-water tale. When a person is thrust into a situation or place that they’re not used to, is typically an appealing synopsis that I can get behind. Now, some movies rely too much on this premise without trying anything new or adding heart to a story. Thanks to Roberts and a script that doesn’t belittle its audience, Wild Child is a heartfelt and genuine look at
Tenet was a nice dramatization of the last year we've had, in which the difficulty is in finding the underlying beauty. But once you understand it, it's magnificent. At least the movie! And that's why we want to bring you not only the most intriguing insights on Tenet but on top of that, we have the films that best match Christopher Nolan's (confusing) masterpiece.
With ten feature films under his belt as the man in charge - eleven if we count this one - Christopher Nolan has transcended the term "director" to be classified as an "auteur" on his own merits. An adjective linked, among other things, to specific guidelines, obsessions, and signs of ident
A Lynchian descended aesthetic in its static delirium of saturated colors, and hieratic faces reach expressive psychological scrutiny. We are talking about Drive, and along with its analysis, we will bring you our best recommendations that drive into the sunset and our beloved film.
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Shows for Fans of The Flight Attendant
Touch Down on These Other Great ShowsI don’t think I’ve watched a show as stressful as The Flight Attendant since the early seasons of Game of Thrones. The show puts on an incredible balancing act, as it offers up suspense, dark comedy and a new take on the classic ‘whodunnit’ trope. Adapted from a book of the same name, The Flight Attendant is a fresh take on the murder mystery drama style of television that is sure to be the future of the genre. Intriguing characters, clever writing and the patience to tell a great story is what has made The Flight Attendant such a popular addition to the already stellar lineup on HBO Max. For anyone who hasn’t seen the show or binged the first season last year and needs a refresher, here’s a quick spoiler-free synopsis.
American Beauty was Sam Mendes and Alan Ball's cinematic masterpiece, starring Kevin Spacey and Annette Bening. Let's take a look at this 90s tragicomedy that dismantles the American Way of Life. Plus, there are a few tasty recommendations here that are similar to American Beauty.
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