The best movies on Netflix [2023]

Best Netflix series in 2023

The year that is about to begin comes loaded with great film productions with which Netflix wants to continue fighting for the center of First World Television Channel that it once held and has now lost to Disney+.

Adaptations, sequels, thrillers, horror… Netflix will offer during 2023 a good number of film releases.

For this purpose, there is prepared a extensive catalog of feature films to be released on this streaming platform, among which the following are worth mentioning, along with their release date (in cases where it is already known):

-“The crimes of the academy (January 6). Recently released in commercial theaters, in this title Christina Bale has to investigate some murders that have taken place at the U.S. military academy of West Point during 1830. In this task she is accompanied by a young cadet who answers to the name of Edgar Allan Poe.

-“BRZRKR“: In addition to Being of Light, good old Keanu Reeves is also the author of this comic book coming to the screen this year, which tells the story of a semi-human immortal warrior over thousands of years who in his new job for the U.S. government may finally discover the truth about his nature. Netflix plans to expand this fictional universe with a new series. spin-off in anime format.

-“Havoc“: Action thriller in which Tom Hardy plays a detective who must rescue the kidnapped son of a politician while exposing a network of corruption that dominates the city.

-“Heart of Stone“: Billed as “the female version of James Bond,” Gal Gadot leaves “Wonder Woman” behind in this international espionage thriller packed with action and intrigue.

-“Sister death“: Paco Plaza, one of the great Spanish specialists in horror films, directs a script by Jorge Guerricaechevarría (a regular collaborator of Alex de la Iglesia) about a novice with supernatural powers who witnesses unusual events in a children’s school where she arrives to work as a teacher.

– “The Snow Society”: New film by J.A. Bayona with another approach to the plane crash that took place in the Andes in 1972 in which a Chilean rugby team was trapped in the snow, being forced to survive in a way that continues to generate controversy half a century later.

-“Luther, the movie“: Idris Elba arrives on the big screen to transfer for the first time to the cinema his character from the popular television series that adapts the novels of the English detective who this time must face a villain played by Andy Serkis.

-“Master“: Produced by none other than Steven Spielberg and Martin Scorsese, in this film an amazingly characterized Bradley Cooper embodies the celebrated conductor Leonard Bernstein during 30 years of the story of his life and his love with the character played by Carey Mulligan.

-“Pain Hustlers“: The main attraction of the film is the starring presence of Emily Blunt and Chris Evans who, under the orders of Peter Yates (director of the latest installments of the “Harry Potter” saga), to put on screen the story of the employee of a pharmaceutical company that will lead to success, although along the way she will be involved in a dangerous criminal plot.

-“Rebel Moon“: Zack Snyder delivers a space adventure film whose germ is a script by the director himself for a project set in the Star Wars universe that was never produced. With this premise, the viewer can get an idea of the tone of the film (and even play a guessing game as to which character from “Rebel Moon” might correspond to the characters from “Rebel Moon”).Star Wars“) within this story about a space colony that creates an army to prevent the invasion of a despot. It stars Sofia Boutella, Charlie Hunnam and Djimon Hounsou.

-“The Killer“: Adaptation of the comic book of the same name by Alexis Nolent and Luc Jacamon, starring Michael Fassbender and Tilda Swinton, it marks the reunion of the director-screenwriter tandem responsible for “Seven“: David Fincher and Andrew Kevin Walker, who will tell the story of a relentless killer on the hunt for his next target as the wait makes him doubt his sanity.

-“The Mother“: New film starring Jennifer Lopez who plays a contract killer who abandons her hideout to protect her daughter, whom she had abandoned long ago but who is now in danger.

-“The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar“: Adaptation of the eponymous work by Roald Dahl (“Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”, “Matilda”…) from whom Netflix acquired the rights to the entire catalog of his writings. In this case it is directed by Wes Anderson (“The Grand Budapest Hotel“) and stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Ralph Fiennes, Dev Patel and Ben Kingsley among others.

-“Your place or mine? (February 10): Just in time for Valentine’s Day comes this romantic comedy starring Ashton Kutcher and Reese Whiterspoon in which two friends with completely opposite lives decide to swap homes (and lives) from New York to Los Angeles and back.

-“Tyler Rake 2“: With the original title of “Extraction“the film released in 2020 was one of the sensations of the year in action movies. The main character (played by Chris Hemsworth) will once again be involved in spectacular chases, fights, explosions, shootouts…

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