Every week, Netflix expands its offer with new series and movies. We see this week, among other things, a series reminiscent of us Gilmore Girls, A documentary about Brazilian footballer Pele and the action movie The mummy.
Jenny and Georgia (season 1)
After the death of her stepfather, Jenny moves with her mother and brother to a new city for the umpteenth time. They ended up in Massachusetts, but it turned out to be less bad than expected. Jenny has friends for the first time and gets the attention of two nice people. She is just ashamed of her sexy mom Georgia and afraid that she will destroy everything in the end, forcing them to move again. Or as mother Jenny says in the series: “We’re Gilmore girls, but with bigger breasts.”
Pita Catalo (season 1)
The film reads, “It is a man’s world. Until a woman decides that it is not.” Pita Catalo It consists of four stories about different women and the dark side of love and betrayal.
Lovestruck in the City (Seizuen 1)
South Korean romance in fake documentary style. Passionate architect Park Jae Won rented a cart on the beach from Yoon in the summer months. She runs away because she has something to hide. Try to find it on the streets of Seoul.
The Age of the Samurai: Battle for Japan (Seizuen 1)
This documentary drama follows four centuries of the Japanese Civil War: the feisty samurai, the warlords of Darth Vader, and the struggle to build the Japanese dynasty. Actually kind game of ThronesBut in real life.
Towering Invasion (Seizen 1)
Mysterious manga series in which high school student Yuri Honjo is lost in “anomaly.” Many of the skyscrapers are interconnected and there are convincing personalities who seek to kill. To survive in this infernal world, you only have two options: either you kill or you kill yourself.
The Mummy (2017)
In an action movie The mummy Tom Cruise opens a world full of gods and monsters. A princess from ancient Egypt angered her father centuries ago and was mummified. When the army of today awakens her, she is determined to take revenge and rule the world with her dark powers.
The Girl on the Train (2016)
Every day, a depressed Rachel (played by Emily Blunt) travels by train and watches with a bit of jealousy the perfect couple who live along the way. One day, she saw something alarming happen out the window and inadvertently got involved in a complex murder case.
Loco Burr Ella (Crazy About It) (2021)
After a wonderful and unforgettable night, Ari and Carla decide to continue without each other. Ari cannot abandon the girl of his dreams and decides to start searching. This takes him to a mental health facility, where Carla appears to be living. He logs him in as a patient, hoping to attract her that way.
Who am I (2014)
Benjamin Wahid and his life mainly take place on the Internet. Here he can be whoever he wants, regardless of others. He joins a group of hackers. What begins as a fun pastime quickly escalates into a dangerous game between love and death.
Brazilian footballer Edson Arantes de Nascimento, better known as Pele, is the only player to have won no less than three World Cups. This documentary narrates how he grew from a young star to a national hero during a turbulent era in Brazilian history.
Make You Look: A True Story of Fake Art
This crime documentary is about the greatest art fraud in American history in the ultra-rich and fast-paced New York art world. It all starts with one woman entering an exhibition with a collection of unknown artworks.
In eighty minutes, the Amazon, the Andes Mountains, the Peruvian coast, Lake Titicaca, the Nazca Lines, the Colca Canyon, and Machu Picchu are beautifully captured.
Dog trainer Jas Leverett trains problem situations until they become gentle dogs. This applies to dog owners.
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