netflix movies 2020

Jingle Jangle Review – Does it make the naughty or nice list?

Jingle Jangle brings all the love and joy of the season together into a bright, colourful, and fun original story. There’s fantasy, magic, songs, and dancing. Beautiful scenes, touching moments and snowball fights. They just needed a bit more 'Christmas' https://videopress.com/v/aZw8wCaS?preloadContent=metadata Jingle Jangle stars Forest Whitaker as Jeronicus Jangle, an idealistic genius toymaker on the verge of creating his greatest toy when he is betrayed. He's faith in humanity is crushed as is his belief in magic. With belief gone, the loss of love wasn't far behind. He becomes a shadow of his formal self, a hermit shut away from the world, determined to never engage in the activities which brought him so…
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His House – Netflix Film Review

★★★★ His house is a beautifully crafted movie with exceptional performances from both the lead actors and genuine jump scares to be had “His house” is a 2020 Netflix horror film following the story of a refugee couple who have fled the War-torn Sudan with hopes of finding asylum in the UK.  The director Remi Weekes, making his directorial debut, produces a very spine-tingling horror thriller that stars ‘Wunmi Mosaku, Sope Dirisu and our very own Doctor Who, Matt Smith.  As the story follows the couple and how they adjust to their new lives, they soon start to experience strange and disturbing things happening…
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Netflix Review: The Trial of the Chicago 7

The Trial of the Chicago 7 continues a long tradition of using film to shine a light and bring awareness to injustice Written and directed by Aaron Sorkin, The Trial of the Chicago 7 is a courtroom drama based on the real-life trial of the titular ‘Chicago 7’ – a group of anti-war, left wing activists who were charged with inciting riots at the 1968 Democratic Convention. Despite having screenwriting credits on films as far back as 1992s A Few Good Men as well as more recent screenwriting duties on films such as Moneyball, The Social Network and Steve Jobs…
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Enola Holmes Review: A delightful debut for the young detective

Enola Holmes is a perfect dose of fun, mystery, and adventure https://youtu.be/rfSs_2hh9S8 2nd Opinion: Mysteree Enola Holmes: I completely agree with Kal’s review. While some creatives in Hollywood will try to re-invent the wheel, Netflix are more than happy to just get better cars in their garage. The quality of Netflix original films are continuously improving. They have not only taken strides towards awards credibility, but also in the area of lighter family entertainment. These are is not ‘B’ movies with unknown actors. These are recognizable faces committing to the material and enjoying the freedom a streaming service like Netflix…
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Review: The Devil All The Time

The Devil All The Time released on Netflix yesterday to little fanfare despite it’s stacked cast of superhero stars, and with a source novel of disturbing content and the opportunity for it’s shiny young things to go super dark I was very keen to check it out. Based on a 2011 book of the same name, The Devil all the time is set in the aptly named ”Knockemstiff” a town in rural Ohio in the postwar years. It covers several intertwining stories, focusing mainly on around 15 years in the lives of Willard Russell (played by a harrowed Bill Skarsgard)…
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Fatal Affair Review

Fatal Affair: Love turns deadly in this thriller from Netflix Fatal Affair is a Psychological Thriller distributed by Netflix, Directed by Peter Sullivan and starring Nia Long (Boyz ‘N’ the Hood / Love Jones / The Best Man) and Omar Epps (Juice / Love & Basketball / The Wood). The movie follows a woman named Ellie Warren (Nia Long) who is in a struggling marriage and through her work, she meets up with an old college friend that she has not seen in twenty years called David Hammond (Omar Epps). One night after a few drinks, Ellie and David nearly…
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New Trailer for Project Power: If you had a Super Power for one day, would you be the Hero or a Villain?

In Netflix's Project Power, superpowers are the drug of choice Its as easy as taking a pill to gain an amazing ability in the latest action thriller from Netflix. When i saw the trailer, for some reason my first thought was of Syndrome from the Incredibles. His evil plot was to develop super powers as something he could sell off to the highest bidders and eventually when everyone has a super power, no one would be special anymore. the superhero/super power genre continues to be successful because deep down we all have a yearning to be able to do something…
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Netflix’s Eurovision is a love letter to the competition but is it funny?

https://videopress.com/v/ToouCumD?posterUrl=https%3A%2F%2Ffirstlookme.files.wordpress.com%2F2020%2F07%2Funtitled-design.png&preloadContent=metadata Will Farrell is back playing another outsider in Eurovision - The Story of Fire Saga. Teaming up with Rachel McAdams to not only bring us some laughs but also some further worldwide exposure to this competition. Will has been a fan for years and has had the intention to bring a film like this to the screen for a long time so like many actors looking to finance a passion project, he found a home for it on Netflix. But is this latest Netflix Original a hilarious laugh a minute or a terrible misstep?
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