Film Friday: New films to watch on Netflix!

Film Friday: New films to watch on Netflix!
Film Friday: New films to watch on Netflix!

Not sure what to watch this weekend? Our film editor Mark brings you the review of five new watches that you can watch on Netflix!

Holidate

Holidate is a 2020 American rom-com holiday film. Directed by John Whitesell, the film stars, Emma Roberts, Luke Bracey, Jessica Capshaw, Andre Machelor, and Jake Manley to name a few. The festive feature film has become a hit on Netflix in the UK. The film has been reviewed as a guilty pleasure ahead of Christmas by fans. Sloane (Emma Roberts) is a single woman who is tired of her family’s constant nagging for not having a date for the holidays. She meets Jackson and agrees to be one another’s date for future holidays only.

Rebecca

Rebecca is a 2020 British Romantic Thriller based on the 1938 novel of the same name by Daphne du Maurier. Directed by Ben Wheatley, the film stars Lily James, Armie Hammer, Keeley hawes, Sam Riley and Kristin   Scott. The beautiful adaptation depicts the story of a young newlywed who arrives on a windswept English coast family state. The house, soon they find is haunted by the man’s first wife, Rebecca.

The perfect cast female archetypes, men characters paled by comparisons and how well Du Maurier’s timeless book is channeled into the big screen are the sole reason to watch this movie.

The Social Dilemma

Social Media is powerful. For a great number of us, checking Facebook, or Twitter, or Instagram is almost a daily occurrence. It’s easy to overlook these apps we use and not realize the somewhat dark underside of them. The Social Dilemma brings some interesting ideas to the public attention, namely the idea that if a product is free, it probably means you’re the product, an idea that translates very firmly to social media. Featuring a range of experts and ex-employees from social networking giving insights on how some of these operate.

Over the moon

Over the moon is a 202 animated musical fantasy movie directed by Glen Keane and John Kahrs. It might just be one of the most gorgeously strange animated films ever made. The movie finds beauty contrasting between earthly and imagination, debilitating grief and celestial fantasy. The story depicts the story of a 12 years old girl names Fei Fei who lost her mother to an illness. When her father considers remarrying, Fei Fei struggles to reconcile her sorrows. She gets the idea to build a rocket to the moot to meet Change the Chinese moon goddess.

A suitable boy

It depicts the story of Lata Mehra, a passionate literature student who is torn between the duties for her family and love. Set in the background of the 1951 newly independent India the film is based on the novel by Vikram Seth. The groundbreaking casting is enough to go and watch suitable boy.