This weekend, Netflix is bringing a docuseries, a biographical drama movie, a spinoff series of an animated TV show, and two action thrillers.
This weekend, Netflix is adding a limited documentary series, a drama movie, the spinoff series of a popular animated TV show for adults, and two (very different) action thrillers. As the coronavirus pandemic continues, cinemas around the world are bringing back a sense of normalcy by staying open and operating as usual, allowing studios to release all those movies that had to be delayed and inviting the audience to return and enjoy these movies. However, streaming platforms continue to be the go-to for many, and in Netflix’s case, it keeps its subscribers entertained by adding new licensed and original content every week, for all ages and tastes.
Last weekend, Netflix brought season 4 of Good Girls, season 7 of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, the Argentinian thriller Refugiado, Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk, and the action thriller London Has Fallen, along with the docuseries The Andy Warhol Diaries, the final season of The Last Kingdom, and Shawn Levy’s sci-fi movie The Adam Project. This weekend, the streaming giant will welcome the movie One Piece: Strong World, the action crime drama A Walk Among the Tombstones, and the biopic The Butler.
As for original content, Netflix will add a limited documentary series, a drama movie starring Grant Gustin, a Swedish action thriller movie, Big Mouth’s spinoff series, and a thriller movie starring Lily Collins and Jesse Plemons. Here are the best movies and TV shows coming to Netflix this weekend – March 18.
Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives
Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives is a limited, four-part series that explores how Sarma Melngailis, the celebrity restaurateur, went from being the queen of vegan cuisine to being known as the “Vegan Fugitive.” Shortly after meeting a man named Shane Fox on Twitter in 2011, Melngailis begins draining her restaurant’s funds and funneling the money to Fox after he cons her into believing he could make her dreams a reality – from expanding her food empire to making her beloved pitbull immortal –, but only if she continues to obey his every request without question. A few years later the couple, now married and on the lam after stealing nearly $2 million from the restaurant and its staff, are found holed up in a Tennessee motel by law enforcement. Their undoing? A charge made under Fox’s real name, Anthony Strangis, for a Domino’s pizza.
Rescued by Ruby
Rescued by Ruby is a biographical drama movie directed by Katt Shea. It tells the story of state trooper Dan (Grant Gustin), who dreams of joining the K-9 Search & Rescue team, but no one will give him the chance. Shelter dog Ruby dreams of having a home, but is running out of hope. When fate brings Dan and Ruby together, it’s their unshakable bond that helps them face their toughest challenge yet. Also starring are Scott Wolf, Kaylah Zander, and Camille Sullivan.
Black Crab is a Swedish action thriller directed by Adam Berg and starring Noomi Rapace. During a long, harsh winter, six soldiers embark on a covert mission across a frozen archipelago, risking their lives to transport a mysterious package that could end the war. As they enter hostile enemy territory, they have no idea what dangers lie ahead or who, if anyone, they can trust – but for speed skater turned soldier Caroline Edh (Rapace), the mission is about something else entirely.
You’ve seen them doing their best to guide their assigned teenagers – now you will see them at the office. Human Resources is a spinoff to Big Mouth and centers around the workplace of the Hormone Monsters, Depression Kitties, Shame Wizards, and more. The show follows their daily lives, and it quickly becomes clear that though the protagonists are creatures, they have a lot of humanity themselves. The voice cast of Human Resources includes Nick Kroll, Maya Rudolph, Aidy Bryant, David Thewlis, Keke Palmer, Randall Park, Ali Wong, Thandiwe Newton, and many more.
Windfall is a thriller movie directed by Charlie McDowell. Windfall follows a wealthy couple (played by Lily Collins and Jesse Plemons) who arrives at their vacation home only to discover someone (Jason Segel) in the middle of robbing it. Soon, the three of them find themselves in a complicated web of greed and unnecessary mind games.
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