The platform conversation streaming It is usually determined by novelty. Every week multiple titles reach the increasingly multiple subscription services, so that sometimes it is easy to forget the impressive catalog that they are building behind their backs. Whether it be with original productions, brand new acquisitions or, well, classics. If you break through the veil of immediacy, you might be surprised at the number of movies or series you haven’t seen yet, and that are well worth your time.
Pulp Fiction (Netflix)
Yes, we assume you’ve already seen this one. If fortunately it is not, it is never too late to immerse yourself in the most popular work of Quentin Tarantino: a classic that time does not pass by with the most ingenious dialogues ever written by the one from Knoxville. Virtually every scene is iconic, and it’s a film to return to time and time again to marvel at the filmmaker’s inventiveness in his second work after Reservoir Dogs.
Reminiscence (HBO Max)
This science fiction film directed by Lisa Joy (Westworld) has the dubious honor of having broken records as the lowest-grossing big-budget film in the pandemic season. One of the reasons was, of course, his arrival within the hybrid room/streamingbut once the headlines have dissipated, it reveals itself as a highly vindicable film, full of good ideas and with an air of not to go tragic that Hugh Jackman holds perfectly on your shoulders.
Fleabag (Amazon Prime Video)
Few series have captured the fame and enthusiasm of these two fabulous seasons written, directed and starring Phoebe Waller Bridge. fleabag is an irresistible compendium of human misery and occasional tenderness, filtered by a fascinating protagonist who, the more times she looks at the camera to confide in us some sarcastic opinion, the more viewers she gets into her pocket.
A Quiet Place 2 (Netflix)
The first installment is formidable. The second a little less, but john krasinski continue directing with brutal virtuosity and, if you liked A peaceful placeit is almost certain that the Part II you will find it at least half as satisfactory. In this case, from a prologue that places us at the start of the monster attack, you will hardly be able to hold your breath before a succession of set pieces that consolidated it as an essential saga of current terror.
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