May begins in the best possible way, with a bridge extending the weekend, and with a wide offer among the main services of streaming. From a highly complex time travel intrigue to a sitcom policewoman, going through a coming of age cannibal and the young adults most lucrative in history, there’s going to be no way to keep your distance from Netflix, HBO Max and Amazon Prime Video.
This summer we have an appointment with Christopher Nolan thanks to Oppenheimer. It will happen when we have not yet recovered from the spatiotemporal puzzle that he proposed in his last film: that blockbusters cursed who came to save theaters in the midst of a pandemic, and who stayed with us forever thanks to a friendship whose beauty could rival that of White House: the one they shared, through inversions and clamps, john david washington and Robert Pattinson.
‘To the Bones: Bones and All’ (Amazon Prime Video)
It seemed a bit meme the one Luca Guadagninoafter directing Armie Hammer in call me by your name and that he was accused of certain disturbing fetishes, directed a youth drama about cannibalism. With Timothée Chalametbesides. to the bone he did not get rid of it at his reception, but beyond the curious timing boasted the depth and dramatic ambition that the Italian filmmaker is used to. The film made him win the award for best director in Venice.
‘The Hunger Games’ (HBO Max)
He November 17, 2023 premieres The Hunger Games: Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes. It is a prequel focused on the youth of the perfidious president snow, and surely before its arrival in theaters, more than one would like to review the saga, or even discover it. To get started, nothing better than going to HBO Max and start with the inaugural film: the one that adapted the novel by Suzanne Collins with the magnetic role of Jennifer Lawrence and ensured the profitability of a saga that still has a lot of life ahead of it.
‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ (Netflix)
We’re used to police series being marked by tough cases and action-packed dramas. Brooklyn Nine-Nine has a lot of that, but with the daily life of sitcom and the kindness of some characters that, apparently, only exist on television. In Netflix You have eight seasons to enjoy the adventures of Jake Peralta (andy samberg) and company, and there’s never a bad time to start.
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