6 must-watch movies on Netflix before the year ends

6 must-watch movies on Netflix before the year ends

Netflix movies to be released before the end of the year

The last month of the year is coming and with it comes new promising movie options. Taking paper and pen and planning these titles arriving on Netflix before 2022 leaves.

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Noah Baumbach’s new movie starring his wife Greta Gerwig and Adam Driver (Star wars, a marriage stories). The film chronicles a family’s conflicts and problems in everyday life, the universal mysteries of love, death and the pursuit of happiness. Driver plays college professor Jack Gladney. The life of this man and his family will change when they are forced to evacuate after a toxic cloud spread over the area they live in. Based on the novel by Don DeLillo. It premieres on the platform on December 30.

It’s also a funny, creepy, poetic, absurd, mundane and apocalyptic story. (Netflix)


“When an old troll awakens in a Norwegian mountain, a heterogeneous group of heroes must band together to prevent him from doing deadly damage,” says the synopsis for this film from Norway, whose protagonist is a creature. fully mythological as a troll. The story shows how deep in Mount Dovre something huge awakens after being stranded for a thousand years. Destroying everything in its path, the creature is rapidly approaching the Norwegian capital. It is scheduled to be released on 1 December.

An explosion in the Norwegian mountains awakens an ancient troll. From that moment panic begins.


A young couple with children (played by Luisana Lopilato and Juan Minujín) are in the midst of a crisis and find the perfect solution to save their relationship: an app that allows them to increase or subtract miles based on the decisions they make as a couple. and as parents. But what starts out as an addition and subtraction game spirals out of control. The movie comes to Netflix on December 7th.

A young couple with children is in crisis and finds the perfect solution to save their relationship. But what started as a game of adding and subtracting miles spirals out of control. (Netflix)

Glass Onion: The Mystery of Removing a Knife

is a sequel Between knives and secrets The film features a chorus starring Ana de Armas, Daniel Craig, and Christopher Plummer. Created by Rian Johnson, this movie brings back detective Benoit Blanc, who goes to Greece to solve a mystery with new suspects. This time the cast includes Kate Hudson, Edward Norton, Ethan Hawke, Janelle Morae and Madelyn Cline. It’s available to watch on Netflix from December 23.

Tech billionaire Miles Bron invites his friends for a getaway to his private Greek island. When someone is found dead, Detective Benoit Blanc takes over the case.

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Based on the novel by Antonio Skármeta, this movie takes the story depicted in the movie. By mail. The plot focuses on the story of a young man who becomes Pablo Neruda’s postman and pursues his desire to become a poet in order to win the love of the woman of his dreams. So you will get advice on how to win this girl’s heart. It premieres on the platform on December 7.

A young postman tries to conquer his lover with the help of poet Pablo Neruda. Starring Andrew Bargsted and Vivianne Dietz, exclusively on Netflix from December 7th.


Directed by Guillermo del Toro, recreating the classic story of Carlo Collodi’s children’s story, but with the look and stamp of the multi-award-winning Mexican director, this movie hits Netflix December 9th. The film was made using the following technique: stop the movement and it is set in Italy in the 1930s, where Benito Mussolini’s fascism took place and the puppets were made entirely of wood. Geppeto is clearly one of the main protagonists and an engraver who still hasn’t gotten over the death of his own son. In this way, he decides to carve a pine wood doll next to his own son’s grave, which he will call Pinocchio (his voice is Gregory Mann).

Brilliant Oscar-winning filmmaker Guillermo del Toro and award-winning stop-motion animation master Mark Gustafson present Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio, a story we all think we know.


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