What to watch on Netflix this weekend? The top 10 movies in Argentina

What to watch on Netflix this weekend? The top 10 movies in Argentina
What to watch on Netflix this weekend? The top 10 movies in Argentina

The 100-minute running time of “Honeyless Moon” promises entertainment and reflection. (Netflix)

For the Cinema lovers It has never been so easy to have access to a wide catalog of movies as it is now after the emergence of streaming platforms, such as with Netflix, although this implies a drawback: among such a variety of titles and genres that characterize the new millennium, It is not easy to find the next production to enjoy.

However, thinking about these new challenges, Netflix offers its subscribers a list of his most popular moviesso it’s easier to choose what to watch.

Different genres, all with exciting stories to spend many hours in front of the screen instead of wondering how to download a video from Facebook.

1. Hunt the Killer (The Frozen Ground)

Based on a true story that happened in Alaska. Robert Hansen (John Cusack) was a family man who dedicated himself to hiring prostitutes in Anchorage whom he then kidnapped, tortured and raped; Then he took them to a remote cabin in his plane. Once there, he would release them to hunt them as if they were animals. Police officer Jack Halcombe (Nicolas Cage) is determined to catch him. To do this, he has the only witness who has managed to escape, the young prostitute Cindy Paulson (Vanessa Hudgens).

2. Moon without honey (شهر زي العسلHoneymoonish)

A newlywed couple realizes on their honeymoon that they really are completely different. But do opposites attract?

3. Barbarian

A young woman traveling to Detroit for a job interview rents a house for the night. But when she arrives late at night, she discovers that the house is double-booked and that a strange man is already staying there. Against her better judgment, she decides to spend the night there, but soon discovers that there is much more to fear than an unexpected guest.

4. The house of hope

Jan and Antonina Zabinski, the director of the Warsaw Zoo and his wife, helped save hundreds of people (and also many Zoo animals) from the Nazis after the invasion of Poland by German troops in September 1939.

5. Four more days

Ten years of opioid use have left Molly’s life in ruins. A new medicine could give her the courage to start over if she can stay clean for four days, something she tries to accomplish with the help of her strong-minded mother Deb. The love they both profess for each other will be tested like never before in their lives.

6. Jade

‘Jade’ tells the story of a woman who comes between a powerful businessman and a gang leader in search of a hard drive that could damage Interpol’s operations. Despite mourning the death of her sister whom she accidentally killed, the woman is required to use her unique abilities to recover the hard drive and protect her future child, which is being carried by other woman.

7. Not even in my dreams (She’s Out of My League)

Kirk (Jay Baruchel, “Tropic Thunder”) is a normal guy, not usually successful with girls, who is surprised when one day a stunning girl shows interest in him. Kirk can’t believe how lucky he is having. Even though he is stuck in a dead-end job as an airport security guard, against all odds, Molly (Alice Eve), a successful and outrageously beautiful girl, falls in love with him. Kirk is stunned. So are his friends, his family and even his ex-girlfriend. He now has to find a way to make the relationship work, even though he is the first to admit that she is totally “out of his league.”

8. The Dressmaker

Australia, 1950s. Tilly Dunnage (Kate Winslet), a glamorous dressmaker, returns to her home in the murky town of Dungatar after many years working in exclusive fashion houses in Paris, with the aim of healing past wounds and taking revenge on those who She was forced to leave years ago. There, not only will she reconcile with Molly (Judy Davis), her sick and eccentric mother, and will unexpectedly fall in love with Teddy (Liam Hemsworth), but armed only with her sewing machine and her exceptional style, she will manage to transform the women of the town. and in this peculiar way he will achieve his sweet and long-awaited revenge. (FILMAFINITY)

9. It’s never too late (Danny Collins)

Inspired by a true story, Al Pacino plays the aging 70s rocker Danny Collins, who despite his age cannot give up his life full of excess. But when his manager discovers an undelivered letter that John Lennon wrote to him 40 years ago, he decides to change course and embark on an inspiring journey to rediscover his family, find true love, and begin a second act.

10. Unsweetened (Unfrosted)

When milk and cereal were the kings of breakfast, a new bun was going to unleash a relentless commercial battle.

*Some titles may be repeated in the ranking because they are different episodes, seasons or installments, likewise, they may not have a description because the platform does not provide them.

Because of its series and movies, Netflix has become the king of streaming. (AFP/Sebastien Vuagnat)

Netflix is ​​a streaming service which has become one of the most important platforms and has managed to make important changes in the way series and movies are watched and enjoyed.

Its great success has led other large companies to launch their own streaming services, such as Disney+ and HBO, however, they have not managed to have the same reach, either in subscribers or in having such a large catalog.

Although it began as a company that offered DVD rental services through postal mail, it was in 2011 when the company began operations outside the United States and Canada, offering its catalog via streaming in Latin America and the Caribbean. A year later it would also reach some countries in Europe and later Asia.

In 2011 the company ventured to start producing its own content that started with the successful series House of Cardswhich led her to create her studio in 2016. By 2018 it would already be defined as a global internet television network.

Its catalog includes films that have won Academy Awards, multi-award-winning and viral series such as Squid Game, or important products in Spanish such as La casa de papel. The first time Netflix managed to be nominated for an Oscar was in 2014 thanks to the documentary The Square.

It is important to note that the content that Netflix varies by region or time, so some titles may not be available in some regions than others.

The productions available on Netflix can be enjoyed on smartTVs, video game consoles, decoders, smartphones, computers, tablets and more. The platform also has various packages that, depending on the cost, will limit the number of times you can watch content on various devices simultaneously, whether you can enjoy it in HD, FHD or UHD, and more.

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