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Charlie Kaufman, the director who surprised the world with Forget About Me! or How to Be John Malkovich, is in charge of the adaptation of a bestseller by Ian Reid about a woman who has decided to leave her boyfriend while she goes to visit his family on a farm. At first Brie Larson sounded like the protagonist but finally it’s Jessie Buckley with supporting actors like Toni Collette and Jesse Plemons. The tone is shocking, like a Cohen thriller on acid, with a series of concentric pirouettes in the plot that will either fascinate you or irritate the hell out of you. If your body is asking for a good ration of total surrealism, this is your movie.The end explained of I’m thinking of quittingHater (2020).
Without making much noise, Netflix has managed to break the hegemony of American cinema and increasingly places more and more films of varied origins among the most watched on the platform. This is the case of Hater, a Polish production directed by Jam Komasa. As in the interesting Cam, it dives deep into the dark side of technology through a thriller-like story about a kid who is a looser who begins to take revenge on people who belittle him with extortion on social networks. His tactics are so effective that he is hired by an organization that wields this power on a large scale, even taking his action to brutal limits, all in a disturbing context of post-communism and the rise of extreme right-wing movements.I am Dolemite (2019)

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After debuting successfully at the Sundance Film Festival, Netflix released it worldwide last October, surprising with British first-time director Remi Weekes’ twist on the haunted house subgenre.
In an impoverished London neighborhood, they attempt to start a new life, but their plans are stopped by noises, voices and creatures that appear within the walls of the house and drive them to the brink of madness.
It is their voices, along with real archival footage, that weave a cathartic tale that starts in the lonely offices of the New Yorkerly newspaper, where one of its reporters, Dash Bracket (Samuel L. Jackson), delivers his opinion.
A mockumentary that has its best moments in the mixture of comedy and reality, and in the ridiculous opinions of its experts, where not only Hugh Grant’s historian stands out, who tends to confuse reality with Game of Thrones or Star Wars, but also the unofficial spokesperson played by Lisa Kudrow, for whom Ukraine does not exist.

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Louis Zamperini, the son of Italian immigrants in the United States, becomes an athlete and participates in the 1936 Berlin Olympics. After the outbreak of World War II, Zamperini decides to leave the track to become a bomber pilot. In one of the attacks, Zamperini’s plane is shot down. After 47 days drifting in the Pacific, Louis is captured by the Japanese. In enemy lines he will have to fight to survive.
Gotham, a city in full human decay will need the services of a superhero to fight crime and restore peace and tranquility to its citizens. Bruce, an orphaned billionaire, will have to don his suit to confront Gotham’s criminals.
Magic will be the backdrop of a story that borders on science fiction. Two magicians, at odds with each other to find each other’s secrets and in search of increasingly dangerous magic tricks, are the perfect ingredients to narrate a story that combines love, suspense, action and historical dyes.

Netflix movies 2019

Charlie Kaufman, the director who surprised the world with Forget About Me! or How to Be John Malkovich, is in charge of the adaptation of a bestseller by Ian Reid about a woman who has decided to leave her boyfriend while she goes to visit his family on a farm. At first Brie Larson sounded like the protagonist but finally it’s Jessie Buckley with supporting actors like Toni Collette and Jesse Plemons. The tone is shocking, like a Cohen thriller on acid, with a series of concentric pirouettes in the plot that will either fascinate you or annoy the hell out of you. If your body is asking for a good ration of total surrealism, this is your movie.The end explained of I’m thinking of quittingHater (2020).
Without making much noise, Netflix has managed to break the hegemony of American cinema and increasingly places more and more films of varied origins among the most watched on the platform. This is the case of Hater, a Polish production directed by Jam Komasa. As in the interesting Cam, it dives deep into the dark side of technology through a thriller-like story about a kid who is a looser who begins to take revenge on people who belittle him with extortion on social networks. His tactics are so effective that he is hired by an organization that wields this power on a large scale, even taking his action to brutal limits, all in a disturbing context of post-communism and the rise of extreme right-wing movements.I am Dolemite (2019)