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7 Great Movies on Netflix to Watch Before You Cancel Your Subscription

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Netflix is ​​about to put in practice the new measures to contain the sharing of passwords. As previously reported, streaming must charge an extra fee for accounts used by people who live in different homes and whose profiles are not connected to the same wireless network. That is, people who do not live in the same house will have to have separate accounts or use the new function.

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  • 3 reasons to cancel Netflix (and 2 good ones to keep your subscription)

The movement made several subscribers question whether or not it is worth keeping the subscription. This is not the first time this has happened, as the Netflix raised the price of all plans in July 2021 and made users rethink whether they should continue streaming.

If that’s exactly your case, we’ve listed 7 movies you should check out before canceling your subscription. Check it out below:

7. Pinocchio

Nominated for an Oscar and guaranteeing a space in the hearts of all subscribers, the retelling of the fairy tale Pinocchio, from the point of view of Guillermo del Toro, is making people talk. Indispensable, the feature reimagines the already well-known story in a beautiful aesthetic in stop-motion animation, introducing characters you already know, but telling another side of this beloved classic.

Discover the story of the wooden boy in an enchanted adventure that transcends worlds and reveals new definitions of life and love.

6. The Night Nurse

Going in a completely opposite direction from the previous indication, The Night Nurse it’s already that movie to watch with all your attention, holding your breath in a few moments. Based on a true story and adapted from the book The Night Nurse: A True Story of Medicine, Madness, and Murderthe feature features Eddie Redmayne and Jessica Chastain in the lead roles.

Here we meet nurse Amy, who works night shifts at a local hospital, as well as leading the life of a single mother battling a life-threatening heart condition. When Charlie, a new nurse, is hired to share shifts with her, both end up developing a strong friendship at first, but at the hospital things are strange: patients begin to die in very mysterious ways, triggering an investigation that points to the new nurse as the prime suspect.

5. Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

After the millionaire purchase of the franchise Between Knives and Secretsreached the catalog at the end of 2022 the expected Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mysterywhich brings the return of detective Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) in yet another mysterious and irresistible case to be solved.

In this new adventure and with a totally different cast, we find the detective in a luxurious property on a Greek island, but already facing a puzzle. Meeting a group of friends gathered at the invitation of billionaire Miles Bron, each character keeps their own secrets, lies and motivations, and when someone turns up dead, everyone is a suspect.

4. Plague Goats

For those who like a good comedy, Plague Goats it’s one of those titles that will make you cry laughing on the couch, whether watching it alone, with family or with friends. The national feature brings the excellent mix of humor from the duo Edmilson Filho and Matheus Nachtergaele, in an ideal plot for anyone who is a fan of buddy cop comedies.

Here we are introduced to two characters: Bruceuilis, a policeman from the interior who, to rescue Celestina, a goat considered part of the heritage of his small town, travels to São Paulo; and Trindade, a police clerk who decides to venture into the area, even though it’s not his specialty. When their worlds collide, they must work together to solve a crime and beat up a criminal, all while developing a very special friendship.

3. Democracy in vertigo

Netflix has a great catalog of documentaries, including a Brazilian one that caught a lot of attention from the media and the public, especially when it was nominated for an Oscar in 2020: Democracy at the Edgeby filmmaker Petra Costa.

The film is set in 2016, right around the time that former President Dilma Rousseff was impeached. Here, we closely follow one of the most dramatic periods in Brazilian history, combining unprecedented access to past and present leaders of the national political scene and investigating behind the scenes and details of this episode.

2. To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before

Teen romantic comedies serve as a real hug in the heart and rest for the brain on difficult days, and Netflix has a title that serves very well for this: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Beforebased on the literary series by Jane Han, mixes the elements we love so much in the genre, with characters that are impossible not to get attached to.

Here we meet the young Lara Jean, a shy girl, but who loves romance: so much so that she keeps letters to all the boys she has ever been in love with in her life. One day, however, her younger sister sends the letters to each recipient, and that’s when her love life goes from imaginary to total out of control in a matter of days. She just didn’t expect that she was going to live a real teen drama in all of this.

1. If Something Happens… I Love You

Ending the list with a short film might seem a bit unexpected, but If Something Happens… I Love You should be included in any and all streaming recommendations. Nominated and Oscar-winning, the film has a very beautiful 2D animation, which arouses interest from the first play.

The story has everything to move: a father and a mother reflect the emotional emptiness as they mourn the loss of their daughter, caused by a true tragedy.

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