The Mandalorian sets up in the unique world of George Lucas with its diverse species and planets. Some of the characters like the robot IG-11, Vader, Yoda, Jedi, etc. are borrowed directly from The Star Wars. With all these mutual elements, The Mandalorian has a different atmosphere, and its storyline focuses on a different motif.Read more
This November is a good time to tune on Netflix. We recommend the following seven titles for your popcorn time. Surprisingly you will have great movies and series in various genres and different taste: Barbarians, Ratched, His house, The Trial of the Chicago 7, To The Lake, The Queen’s Gambit, ParaNormanRead more
For those who are tired of never-ending sequences of Star Wars and prefer to watch a more intelligent sci-fi series, Raised by Wolves is a great choice. A remarkable show that may not be easy-digestion for those who still follow fairy tales of Star Wars.Read more
Kingdom is a mixture of drama and sport series that is swinging between male-dominance competitions and fragile relationships of its characters. Unlike most series with this theme, Kingdom prefers to explore characters in situations rather than telling stories. This approach leads the series to be character-centered instead of relying on one long story or episodic stories.Read more
What to Watch On Netflix This Week? 7 Must-To-Watch! The Eddy, The Punisher, Stateless, Seven Seconds, Love, death and Robots, Black Earth Rising, Living With YourselfRead more
Not long ago, Extraction was a hit that proved mercenary movies are still more attractive than spy games and war movies. Maybe because viewers are more interested in personal issues and challenges more than national or international matters. Old Guard is created based on the same cliché of Extraction.Read more
The Umbrella Academy attracted a lot of Netflix younger audiences to its fantasy world of superheroes. After revealing the superpowers of its heroes in the first episode, many would ask: So what now? Is it another superhero series with repetitious fights between them and bad guys?
The answer is yes, and no.
There are some old and new releases on Netflix that we recommend them for your nights this week: Old Guard, The Frankenstein Chronicles, Warrior Nun, Apostle, The Twelve, YouRead more
Even though Penny Dreadful: City of Angels (2020) and Penny Dreadful (2014-2016) share the director and the name, the new series has no relation to the older one. It may be disappointing for fans of the mysterious horror characters and particularly prodigious Eva Green from the first show. Still, the new series is impressive in the way John Logan narrates another fantasy story in a different environment with new casting.Read more
From the opening scene, 1917 denies our expectations of a war movie. We see the peace and silence of a meadow covered with yellow flowers, and when the camera pulls back, we see two soldiers sleeping in an unexpected calm.Read more