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Netflix promises a huge slate of original films for 2021
It’s going to be a big year for the streaming giant, as if 2020 wasn’t huge enough already.
Australian trailer and release date: The Midnight Sky
Gorgeous George directs and stars in this post-apocalyptic tale of loneliness and hope.
Australian trailer and release date: The Crown season 4
Arriving soon on Netflix, the series’ fourth season pushes us closer to the Royal’s recent history.
The trailer for The Trial of the Chicago 7 serves up blood-pumping Aaron Sorkinisms
Directed and written by Aaron Sorkin with an all-star cast, the true story looks unmissable.
Netflix’s Tell Me Who I Am is an incredibly moving film on memory loss and brotherly bonds
“This raw display of male vulnerability strikes the heart and all its arteries.”
Entertaining Netflix film Beats dodges typical music drama clichés
Although, like many Netflix offerings, it can feel inconsequential.
A strutting, self-satisfied Jake Gyllenhaal is the best thing about Velvet Buzzsaw
The film itself, however, is a bit of a disappointment.
10 Netflix original films to look out for in 2019
Yes, we are reading for a John Wick-esque assassin movie starring Mads Mikkelsen.
How It Ends review: Netflix’s apocalyptic road movie is a terrible bore
When will the world end, and why on earth is it taking so long? These are not ideal questions to ponder while watching a film about the apocalypse. And yet in the Netflix-produced How it Ends, a doomsday road movie almost pathologically devoid of purpose, we wait and wait and wait, and the mind wanders. […]