If your traveling plans had been canceled or changed due to the pandemic does not mean you can’t enjoy different places and experiences. TV and movies are there for us now, to give us a vicarious life through film and television. Here we have movies and series with different cultures, photography environments, languages, and different topic arguments for you to enjoy all of them.
This is an inspiring story of pioneering African American businesswoman Madam C.J. Walker, who built a hair care empire that made her the first female self-made millionaire in America. Black women's hair has been tangled and tangled over issues of race, politics, history, and pride for centuries. Netflix's "Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker" explores the life of the woman who made it her life's mission to appreciate and care for the variety of beauty represented by black women and their hair. Netflix | Trailer
It is a fresh series, entertaining of course it has good performances and with a tone of humor, that is very particular. It is focused on a Parisian family that owns a kosher butcher shop, which is bankrupting them. Joseph (Jonathan Cohen), the eldest son with a great entrepreneurial vocation, is in search of the millionaire business and hears the rumor that the new health minister plans to legalize marijuana. His idea now is to turn the butcher shop into the first marijuana sales establishment in France with the help of his family. Netflix | Trailer
Dark is a dense series full of mystery, a mystery that is entangled between all the characters in the story. Everyone is important, all of them have their purpose and each one is connected in unimaginable ways to the rest of the characters, and the background of the entire story. The story begins with a disappeared child from the German city of Winden, exposing the fractured relationships, double lives, and dark past of four families who live there and uncovering a mystery that spans four generations. Netflix | Trailer
The plot involves a vain and wealthy Wall Street man, Patrick Bateman, who has a beauty ritual and morning exercises. Later, his illogical fantasies escalate and he submits to an uncontrollable bloodlust. The aesthetic treatment reflects the mind of the main character. Within this group of non-friends is that predator who does not have that personal liturgy of so many serial killers of the audiovisual. Netflix | Trailer
This movie talks about a group of young people in the late eighties who live in Leith, an industrial district of Edinburgh that in the eighties was going through a terrible time due to de-industrialization. This group, led by the cynical Mark Renton (Ewan McGregor) tries to survive despite its lack of future in a sea of punk rock, drugs, violence, kleptomania, and (occasionally) some football. Renton is carried away precisely by this black abyss, due to his vital dissatisfactions. However, it seems when the abyss threatens to swallow him up. Amazon | Netflix | Trailer
Little Women is the story of four sisters: Jo, Meg, Amy, and Beth March and their experiences as they navigate the expectations and rules that society has assigned to their gender after the American Civil War. Incredible handling of the structure and that is not afraid to go forward and back in time without highlighting it. It contains a delicious metafictional romp and a warm and to a certain extent casual tone that escapes from the gravity of previous interpretations end up rounding one of those tapes that invite to celebrate the existence of the seventh art. Amazon | Netflix | Trailer
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Marvel Cinematic Universe
The strategy of the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) has been, from the beginning, to dedicate individual films to its main superheroes, bring them all together in one big event, and then separate them again into new films that deal with the consequences of that. The MNTU (Marvel Netflix Television Universe) is governed by similar rules. Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist introduced the superheroes of Hell's Kitchen, their problems and their particular traumas, and everything that lives in their series is transferred to The Defenders, the miniseries that unites them to save New York.
‘The Dark Knight’ Trilogy
is a set of three Christopher Nolan Batman movies. After covering the origins of the superhero marked by doubt and loss in Batman Begins (Batman Begins, 2005) and offering a conclusion focused on the revival in The Dark Knight Rises (The Dark Knight Rises, 2012), The Knight Dark continues with a dark line. Nolan emphasizes emotionality, psychological depth, and humanism. Amazon | Trailer
The Godfather is an American film series consisting of three police films directed by Francis F. Coppola inspired by the 1969 novel of the same name by Italian-American author Mario Puzo. The director offers a lesson in rhythm. It is relentless in its narrative pulse, and an exceptional plot energized by masterfully delineated characters that can capture a melancholic and tense atmosphere. You may have watched the movies before, and still, it’ll be worth repeating. Amazon | Netflix | Trailer