A new month is just around the corner and users are eager to find out what new releases the most popular streaming platform, Netflix, will bring so you can prepare yourself and make sure you have your popcorn ready. Action movies and thrillers like Sicario and Public Enemies, or dramas such as The Theory of Everything, are some of the productions that we will mention; plus a surprise recommendation from Argentina.
Public Enemies: Directed by the infallible Michael Mann, this is quite affected by what a police case would be like in reality, especially between the 30s and 50s where brutality was commonplace. This film really does not give respite with the action sequences that are already a signature of the director; worth celebrating every time Netflix add this type of content to your catalog. Synopsis: Based on Brian Burrough’s play “Public Enemies: America’s Greatest Crime Wave and the Birth of the FBI, 1933-43.” It tells the story of Melvin Purvis (Christian Bale), the FBI agent who led the manhunt for legendary bank robber John Dillinger (Johnny Depp) and his gang in the 1930s.
The Theory of Everything: The story of renowned scientist Stephen Hawking and the struggle between his privileged mind and his sick body masterfully narrated by this film that will soon hit Netflix. Synopsis: Chronicles the relationship between the famous astrophysicist Stephen Hawking and his first wife, Jane, since they met as students at Cambridge University in the early 1960s and over 25 years, especially as they fight together against the disease. degenerative disease that prostrated the famous scientist in a wheelchair.
Sicario (No Man’s Land): Directed by the acclaimed Denis Villeneuve, this film masterfully mixes the police genre with action, drama and thriller. Fortunately Netflix replenish this gem. Synopsis: In the border zone that extends between the United States and Mexico, young Kate Macer, an idealistic FBI agent, is recruited by an elite government force to fight drug trafficking. Under the command of Matt Graver, a cold member of the government forces, and Alejandro, an enigmatic adviser, the team embarks on a mission that leads the woman to question her convictions about the drug war and the limits of the law.
Brave Time: an unexpected Argentine buddy movie directed by Damián Szifron (Wild Tales, The Simulators), which shows that there are other masters of the genre outside of Hollywood; as always this type of content is celebrated in Netflix. Synopsis: Mariano is a psychoanalyst who, as a result of a traffic accident, is sentenced to carry out community work related to his profession. The task that the judge assigns him is to attend to Alfredo, a Federal Police inspector emotionally devastated by the infidelity of his wife. Mariano will have to improvise his psychoanalysis sessions while he accompanies Alfredo in his investigations. Almost without realizing it, he will immerse himself in the police universe to the point of becoming a kind of unofficial assistant to Alfredo. Together they will have to face unimaginable and unexpected dangers for which they seem unprepared.