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spider head – Netflix
Set in the near future, this movie revolves around two inmates who find themselves in a scientific facility run by brilliant visionary Steve Abnesti (Chris Hemsworth). prisoners implanted with a device that injects drugs able to change their minds in exchange for a reduced sentence.
Spider Head is a prison without bars, cells or orange jumpsuits: volunteers are free to be themselves … until they stop. Sometimes these are improved versions. What do you need to relax? There is a drug for this. That someone is speechless? There is another one for this. But when the relationship between two prisoners – Jeff (Miles Teller) and Lizzie (Jurney Smollett)-, this is the road to redemption takes a huge turnand Abnesti’s experiments begin to blur the boundaries of free will.
“Spider Head” based on the short story run away from the spider George Saunders, published in The New Yorker, a psychological thriller combining black humor and various genres directed by Joseph Kosinski (TRON: Legacy, Top Shooter: Maverick), written by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick (dead Pool, welcome to zombieland).
Duke – Movistar+
Jim Broadbent D Helen Mirren in this funny and touching British comedy based on a shocking true story. The last work of fiction by the great director Roger Michell (notting hill, morning glory), duke based on the true story of the theft of the Duke of Wellington’s portrait a painting by Francisco de Goya that disappeared from the National Gallery in London on March 21, 1961, at the hands of Kempton Bunton, a 60-year-old taxi driver, who demanded 140,000 pounds in return … so that pensioners would not have to pay to watch TV.
It was the first (and still the only) gallery history theft. Kempton sent ransom notes saying he would return the job if the government committed itself to doing more in caring for the elderly. What happened next became legendary. This is an inspiring story about how one man, determined to change the world, committed the most unlikely crime and what happened next.
Dear Elizabeth — Movistar+
Winner of the Best Comedy Award at the 2020 San Diego Film Festival guarantees some laughter is just as uncomfortable as embarrassing others which provokes its protagonist, a gentle creature, to whom, in any case, it is impossible not to feel affection. The film, starring Tony Hale, follows the misadventures of Sid Straw, a man with a boring life who opens the world when he is elected co-chair of his college’s reunion planning committee. When he finds out that all the coordination of events will take place through Facebook, Sid will have to go to an unknown social network … and that’s where find actress elizabeth banks profile… and many problems.
Based on Michael Kuhn’s 2003 novel The Locklear Letters (but updated in the age of social media). Dear Elizabeth It also features performances by Elisha Cuthbert, Danielle Brooks, Alan Tudyk, Paul Walter Houser, David Walton and Sarah Chalk.
Centaur – Netflix
movie Daniel Calparsoro. The action follows Rafa (Alex Monner), thrill seeker. So he decided to fight to start a career as a professional motorcycle rider. However, Rafa’s dream is paralyzed when he discovers that his son’s mother is in debt to drug dealers. In order to save his wife and protect his family, the protagonist will lend his runner skills to this criminal gang.
Wrath of God – Netflix
Luciana’s relatives they die one by one mysteriously, and the circle narrows around it. The presence of her boss, enegmatic writer of suspicious behavior, hangs over the events behind a veil of horror. While he does the impossible to save his sister Valentina, the only relative he left alive, Luciana stands at the crossroads between reason and death. In a race against time to uncover his truth, a blood pact is made to exact revenge.
The blind man who didn’t want to see the Titanic – Movistar +
Atypical Finnish thriller Winner of the Audience Award at the Venice Film Festival 2021, director and screenwriter by acclaimed Finnish director Teemu Nikki, who takes the storytelling to technical limits so that “the viewer experiences the same as the protagonist.” Lead actor Petri Poikolainen, like his character, suffers from multiple sclerosis and blindness.
Poikolainen plays Jaakko a person with a severe form of disability: he is almost blind and moves in a wheelchair. Jaakko lives alone in a small apartment, a big movie lover, leads friendship over the phone with Sirpa (another lonely soul) and his parents keep calling (even though he hates pity). But when circumstances make him realize that you should go visit your friend, Yaakko is forced to climb out of his hole and throw himself into a world full of restrictions for someone like him. An adventure can turn into a nightmare…
Dance for Life – Apple TV
Andrey, a young man, 22 years old fresh out of college who doesn’t know what to do with his life, he has no choice but to return to New Jersey with his family. Although he doesn’t list it on his resume, he has a knack for throwing good parties that get a job as an entertainer at bar parties mitzvah of classmates of his younger brother. Befriending a woman named Domino and her daughter Lola, Andrew discovers the future he truly wants…even if it’s not his. Cooper Reiff writes, directs and stars in this unconventional love story filled with humanity, alongside Dakota Johnson, Brad Garrett, Leslie Mann and two newcomers Vanessa Burghardt and Evan Assante.
Father of the Bride – HBO Max
Remake of the film of the same name. The Marriage Made by BillyAndy Garcia) and Ingrid (Gloria Estefan) I wonder why your eldest daughterSofia (Adria Arjona) comes to Miami for a visit. But this is not her only surprise: came with a new boyfriend, Adam (Diego Boneta). To make matters worse, she tells them that she is engaged and they have plans for a quick wedding and they go together to live a new life in Mexico, where his family comes from. Sophia’s upcoming news prevents Billy and Ingrid from giving them their own news: they are getting a divorce, but both agree to delay the announcement and play the happy couple for the good of the family.