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Netflix movies debut some high movie downloads every week.
Netflix movie screenings include this week; Living With Yourself, The Laundromat, Arctic, Eli, Silver Linings Playbook and Molly’s Game and not to forget the series Avatar The Last Airbender.
Netflix: Living With Yourself
Elliot Miles (Paul Rudd) is dissatisfied with his life, partly because he does not have a pleasant personality. However, he wants to improve his experience and signs up for an experimental treatment. His life seems to be heading in the right direction until it appears that he has been replaced by a double. Miles has to work hard to regain his breath. This week on Netflix.
Avatar: The Last Airbender
The young Aang has an extraordinary power over the various elements; air, earth, water and fire. These come in handy when the Kingdom of Fire suddenly attacks the other domains. Aang and his friends try to stop the bloodshed with all their might.
Although Avatar: The Last Airbender is, in fact, an exciting children’s series. The series highlights difficult themes such as war, violence and dictators. Follow the first series on Netflix. If you set the Netflix language to English, the second and third season will also appear. Netflix itself is working on a remake of the series, but when it looks precisely is unknown.
Netflix Films: Arctic
Mads Mikkelsen called the recordings of Arctic the most difficult of his career. From the first minute in this survival drama, you see why. Mikkelsen has stranded on the North Pole with minimal resources and where he has to stay alive. When a rescue helicopter tries to reach him, it crashes, and Mikkelsen is suddenly stuck with the half-dead copilot. To save her, he embarked on a tough journey through the beautiful but deadly polar landscape.
Baahubali: The Beginning
Although Baahubali: The Beginning is from India, it is not a Bollywood movie. The film tells the story of the brave Mahendra Baahubali (Prabhas), lost son of the king who wants to avenge his father. The film is loosely based on Indian folk tales and combines melodrama with bizarre action scenes. Images from the sequel Baahubali 2: The Conclusion, went around the world this year through the glorious, obviously not real, but imaginative fight scenes.
On Netflix This Week: Eli
The young Eli (Charlie Shotwell) is allergic to everything, and with his poor health, he is probably not getting old. Doctors treat Eli, but he does not trust the doctors at all. To make it even worse, he gets bizarre visions. Are these the result of his heavy medication, or is his new home possessed?
Molly’s Game on Netflix
Molly Bloom (Jessica Chastain) organizes clandestine poker tournaments for the jet set in New York until the FBI comes by to ask some questions. It is not clear whether the matches are legal, and Molly must fight back to survive. Her chances seem nihil if it appears that some players are very well acquainted with the Russian mafia. Molly’s Game is a stylish thriller, based on a true story, thanks to active roles from Chastain, Idris Elba, Kevin Costner and Michael Cera.
Silver Linings Playbook
Looking for some relaxing evening with Netflix? Pat Solitano Jr. (Bradley Cooper) tries to resume his life after being released from a psychiatric clinic. He would prefer to return to his wife, but he gave him a restraining order after he abused her lover. When he meets the unstable Tiffany (Jennifer Lawrence), she promises to help him win back his wife, but that is just a little different than hoped. This romantic comedy was nominated for eight Oscars; only Jennifer Lawrence won this prestigious prize for her role in Silver Linings Playbook.
Director Steven Soderbergh (Ocean’s Eleven, Logan Lucky) takes the scandal with the Panama Papers in the Laundromat. During an investigation into a simple case of insurance fraud, Meryl Streep comes on the trail of money launderers Jürgen Mossack (Gary Oldman) and Ramón Fonseca (Antonio Banderas). This crazy duo uses tricks to hide the assets of large companies and superstars from the tax authorities. The star cast also includes Jeffrey Wright, Robert Patrick, Sharon Stone and David Schwimmer.