The emotionally charged film “Monster,” made its first appearance at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival and with its Netflix premiere this week, the film remains as relevant in 2021.
Investigative reporter Maury Terry pushes the limits in the new Netflix docu-series “Sons of Sam: A Descent Into Darkness” which dissects the infamous investigation of David Berkowitz.
Netflix’s “Jupiter’s Legacy” is an introspective, smart and visually stunning adaptation of writer Mark Millar’s comic book series by the same name.
flix’s new comedy superhero movie, “Thunder Force” is a family film filled with laughter, peculiarity and cliche friendship issues.
Netflix docuseries “Last Chance U: Basketball” follows the East Los Angeles College Men’s basketball team as sophomores struggle en route to Division 1, the highest level of intercollegiate athletics.
Netflix’s new coming-of-age film “Moxie” empowers women and covers hard topics. Amy Poehler made her directing debut in “Moxie” which is based on the book by Jennifer Mathieu.
Netflix’s “Night Stalker: The hunt for a serial killer” delves into how a well-known serial killer in America was caught and the aftermath he created during his killing spree.
Energy, kindness and enthusiasm were brought in the concert-documentary hybrid about Grande’s “Sweetener” world tour, giving fans a look at the work and struggle in entertainment.
Netflix’s “Holidate” is a good movie to watch if there’s no new interesting options. It is however a little predictable and has some obvious punch lines. This film is about two individuals who are tired of being single on holidays.
Singer-songwriter Shawn Mendes opens up about the highs and lows that come with fame in his moving Netflix documentary “In Wonder.” In this coming of age film, director Grant Singer captures Mendes’ growing career, family, relationships, and his anxiety.