Trying to bust those weekday blues with some quality Netflix time? But with Netflix adding a ton of new content to its platform every week, the quest to find the best movie releases on Netflix out of this huge list can be quite challenging. We’ve got you covered. We’ve done the hard work for you. Here are Ohh Now’s top picks for the latest Netflix movie releases.
The movie celebrates Lohan’s comeback, and based on the level of internet expectation, she appears to be the main attraction. The highlight, however, is narcissistic fiance Tad, portrayed to perfection by British Young. In Falling for Christmas, Sierra Belmont (played by Lindsay Lohan) really is the privileged heir of a mountain resort tycoon (Jack Wagner). Her father has arranged for her to work at the resort, despite the fact that it is not something she wishes to do. When her conceited lover Tad (George Young) proposes to her, she appears to have her life sorted out. That is, before she stumbles backwards down a steep slope and collides head-on with a trunk, which puts her in a state of amnesia. When the staff at the hospital seems to be at a loss over what to do with her, Jake (Chord Overstreet), the owner of a local inn, takes her in. Sierra finds a few of daily life’s gentler pleasures for the very first time with Jake, his child Avy (Olivia Perez), and mother-in-law Alejandra (Alejandra Flores).
The story follows Kat, who lost her family when she was just eight years old and goes through the tragedies of the adoption process before being sent to a class in her hometown. When Kat arrives, she discovers she is a devil maiden. Wendell and Wild, her demons, persuade her to elevate them to the realm of the living. In exchange, they vow to bring her family back alive from the grave, a promise they fail to keep. Naturally, chaos ensues. The film is jam-packed with themes that are relevant today, which is beneficial to the film’s core demographic of growing teenagers. While it might have benefited from a more streamlined plot, especially near the climax, Wendell & Wild does have a charmingly spunky protagonist and a slew of strange critters of all sorts and dimensions that make it worthwhile viewing.
Enola isn’t alone, however she is solitary, which is the reason she jumps at the opportunity to reconnect industrial girl Bessie Chapman (starring Serrana Su-Ling Bliss) and their “lost sister” Sarah, who now has mysteriously vanished due to a guy. Enola is accustomed to being misjudged, so she recognizes the solution isn’t really that simple, and that the only way to discover the whole explanation is to follow in Sarah’s footprints all throughout London. Enola’s sophomore outing, Enola Holmes 2, acts as a sort of second debut, with Enola pursuing a case that no other person wants to investigate, the abduction of a working girl. Enola unravels a bigger conspiracy encompassing the high and low strata, cholera, the government, and even a longtime foe of her brother’s.
Based on the extraordinary true crime of Charlie Cullen, an American paramedic found guilty of massacring 29 individuals and possibly fully accountable for approximately 400 lives lost, Krysty Wilson-Cairns’ screenplay is as involved in the screw ups of the numerous healthcare institutions that failed to disclose their apprehensions regarding Cullen as it is in Cullen himself. True crime has always provided a respectable sheen to some very filthy cinema and television. The logic appears to be that, whatever truly occurred, the makers cannot be blamed for seeking to exaggerate it. After all course, how directors convey a tale can vary greatly, thus the murder mysteries genre contains anything from the most opportunistic sexual death dramas to the finest virtuous and honourable docudramas. The Good Nurse belongs to the second group.
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