It’s the weekend, you want to watch a streaming movie but you’re lazy about the tedious process of which one to choose. That is where Espinof comes in, proposing a selection of titles that may interest you, and this time we have chosen four great but little known movies to see in NetflixAmazon Prime Video, HBO Max and Disney +, so it is more likely that there are some that you still have pending.
Before we focus on them, I would like remind you that we also have a review of 4 great movies that leave Netflix at the end of this month of May. At the end of the day, it will always be better to prioritize one that is going to disappear than another that you can see in a few days. Also keep an eye on our review of the best Netflix movies in 2022, our list of essential controversial movies in streaming or great erotic cinema on platforms.
Address: Matt Palmer. Distribution: Jack Lowden, Martin McCann, Tony Curran, Ian Pirie, George Anton, Kate Bracken, Cal Macaninch, Cameron Jack, Kitty Lovett, Therese Bradley
In my opinion, the great hidden gem among Netflix original movies is this thriller in which two friends meet again to go hunting one weekend and a terrible accident causes an escalation of conflict and tension that the film portrays with great success and with an atmosphere that borders on the suffocating at times. And if you have already seen it, here are other thrillers to keep in mind on the platform.
‘Never among friends’ (‘Sleeping with Other People’)
Address: Leslie Headland. Distribution: Jason Sudeikis, Alison Brie, Adam Scott, Amanda Peet, Jason Mantzoukas, Natasha Lyonne, Marc Blucas, Daniella Pineda, Andrea Savage, Remy Nozik, Megan Guinan, Jordan Carlos
A refreshing romantic comedy that flees from the worst clichés of this subgenre to offer an approach that feels closer and more credible. Some somewhat uncomfortable details are not lacking, but what prevails here is a solid story with a great job by its two protagonists, to the point that many viewers will surely end up falling in love with it. Alison Brie if they weren’t already.
Review of ‘Never Among Friends’
‘7 days in hell’ (‘7 Days in Hell’)
Address: Jake Szymanski. Distribution: Andy Samberg, Kit Harington, Karen Gillan, Lena Dunham, Mary Steenburgen, Will Forte, Michael Sheen, Fred Armisen, June Squibb, Howie Mandel, Soledad O’Brien, Lyssa Roberts
The parody cinema has given us great films and here I bring you one that may not be up to the best but it is a lot of fun. His approach to the world of tennis through the mockumentary resource is hilarious at times and entertaining at all times. In addition, it is very short, since it does not even reach the hour of footage. And if you are left wanting more, the same team is behind ‘Ruta adulterada’, a work of a similar nature but set in the world of cycling.
Address: Zal Batmanglij. Distribution: Brit Marling, Alexander Skarsgård, Elliot Page, Toby Kebbell, Shiloh Fernandez, Aldis Hodge, Danielle Macdonald, Hillary Baack, Patricia Clarkson, Jason Ritter, Julia Ormond, Richard Zeringue
A tense and stimulating thriller with an inspired leading trio that achieves that very difficult task, which is to make the viewer believe that something important could happen at any moment when it usually does not. It loses some steam in its final stretch, but this approach to eco-terrorism deserved much better luck.
Review of ‘The East’