VOD news 18/22: ‘No time to die’, James Bond arrives on Prime Video

VOD News brings you the best releases of the week on Netflix, HBO Max, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+… And, get ready, because we start no time to diebut with room to tell you everything that has arrived this week on the main VOD platforms here in Spain, which is not little.

We kick off with Amazon Prime Video in a somewhat different way than we usually do, and that is that the premiere of no time to die It’s not today, it’s tomorrow, so you’re going to have to give it some time whether you like it or not. The point is that we couldn’t wait a week to announce this release because of all that it implies. That said, you have more than interesting material to liven up the wait, starting with the new exclusive series of the service, Clariceand continuing for the second season of Undone, one of the best Amazon original productions of the last couple of years. Among other things.

Just in case you need an introduction, no time to die is the last film of the most popular British spy of all time, 007 or, as he would introduce himself, Bond, James Bond. no time to die It is also the farewell to Daniel Craig in this leading role with which he has managed to revitalize one of the most profitable franchises of the seventh art. For more information about this film, the excerpt that we dedicate to it in our year-end special The best movies of 2021… according to MC.

However, the arrival of no time to die to Prime Video is more important than the opportunity it presents to be able to see the movie there. With this release, the purchase of MGM by Amazon is consummated and although things are not going to change with regard to the exclusive theatrical release of the next installments of the saga, or at least that is what has been implied , the stable home of 007 for your enjoyment by streaming has definitely settled on this platform.

In fact, it’s not just that no time to die premieres exclusively on Prime Video: it is that it does so together with all James Bond movies, a total of twenty-five feature films led by six actors to date, not counting productions outside EON Productions and, therefore, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. In short: if you are a fan of the character and you were looking forward to this moment, take it easy, that Uncle James is now in the service of Bezos and is not going anywhere.

On the other hand, if you are more into American fiction than British, you may be more interested in Clarice. Does the name ring a bell? Because it also has history behind it. We are talking about Clarice Starling, an FBI agent known for having collaborated with Hannibal Lecter himself to catch a serious murderer no worse, but crazier in that classic of the genre called The silence of the lambs. So yes the series Hannibal collected the adventures of the psychiatrist before what happened in the film, this one does it the other way around, and takes up the story of the agent after it. Judging by the reviews, it doesn’t seem to reach the level of the previous one, but if you like this gruesome universe…

More exclusive content:

  • The eighth clause. «At first glance, Cat and Broja are the perfect couple, but like any marriage, they hide secrets, lies and infidelities between them. All this will come to light the same night they receive an unexpected visit.
  • bang bang baby (T1). «1986. Alice is a 16-year-old girl who lives in a small town in Northern Italy. Her life changes suddenly when she finds out that her long-deceased father is still alive.
    tion Colombia (T1). “My National Team Colombia tells the love story between Colombians and their soccer team.”
  • Respect. “Following Aretha Franklin’s career from the time she sang in her father’s church choir as a child until she achieved worldwide fame, ‘Respect’ is the true story of how this music icon found her voice.”
  • Blood in the canals: the Making Of of Veneciafrenia. “Making of the shooting of the film “Veneciafrenia”, directed by Álex de la Iglesia and shot in the city of Venice in 2021.”
  • Undone (T2). “In the second season of ‘Undone,’ Alma realizes that there may be deeper mysteries in her family’s past. She sets out to discover truths that could change her current reality. »

Enter catalog:

  • 12 theses
  • loves dogs
  • murdered
  • charge and bail
  • chic
  • My God!
  • two for one
  • dunes
  • the path of freedom
  • emancipation
  • femme fatale
  • Gangs of New York
  • Halloween
  • make me fly
  • I Love America
  • Kills on Wheels
  • The House of Spirits
  • The force of Destiny
  • The advantages of being an outcast
  • off track
  • Father Amorth – The Exorcist
  • Reservoir Dogs
  • Silence broken
  • Splinter
  • Tundama and the Temple of the Sun
  • Zou (T3)

HBO Max gives up the place of honor for obvious reasons, but don’t get distracted, because if you’re subscribed to the platform, not only do new seasons of some of its original series arrive, but one in particular premieres that is dazzling the audience. We refer to…

Register change with The city is ourseries headed by Jon Bernthal (The Punisher, The Walking Dead) as a “chronicle of the rise and fall of the GTTF, the Baltimore police task force dedicated to tracking weapons, a corrupt unit that routinely committed crimes of fraud, extortion and resale of previously confiscated drugs,” according to the synopsis . Of course, if this doesn’t tell you anything, perhaps the name of David Simon, responsible for the series, as well as other hits like TheWirefrom which she sucks in almost everything.

More exclusive content:

  • Barry (T3). “A depressed hit man has a career epiphany when he discovers the world of theater in Los Angeles, but his criminal ties won’t let him go easily.”
  • The baby (T1). “A dark, raw and funny reflection on motherhood, from the point of view of a woman who is a mother by force.”
  • Gentleman Jack (T2). “Based on the story of the English landowner, this new HBO drama series follows Lister’s efforts to modernize the house she has inherited, Shibden Hall, even though at the time she was better known for having married a woman.”
  • made for love (T2). Hazel Green, in her thirties, is on the run after a stifling 10-year marriage to a controlling billionaire. She soon discovers that her husband has implanted a surveillance device, the Made for Love chip, into her brain.
  • Three Busy Debras (T2). “Three housewives, whose name is Debra, show us their day-to-day life in her small town: Limemon, Connecticut”

Enter catalog:

  • The Five and the Valley of the Dinosaurs
  • Rambo: Last Blood
  • An almost perfect world

What’s on Netflix? Quite a few things, but as usual…

Of the different original and exclusive Netflix releases, we highlight Bubble, an anime film that seems to be playing due to the hackneyed staging and a somewhat hackneyed story, but that looks great and that you are going to love due to its technical and artistic sections. From the director, among others, of Attack the titans either death noteeye.

More exclusive content:

  • 365 days: That day. “Laura and Massimo come back stronger than ever, but Massimo’s family ties and a mysterious man who wants to conquer Laura complicate their relationship.”
  • Mother’s Love. «When they leave his son José Luis standing at the altar, Mari Carmen decides to go with him to what should have been her honeymoon. What could go wrong?”
  • Samurai Rabbit: The Usagi Chronicles (T1). “A teenage rabbit who wants to be a true samurai joins a group of warriors with whom he protects his city from yokai monsters, ninjas and evil aliens.”
  • David Spade: Nothing Personal. “David Spade pokes fun at the humiliation of visiting the doctor, wildlife in paradise, falling for clickbait, and that never-so-good selfie.”
  • Goodbye to the Ozarks. “Jason Bateman, Laura Linney and cast members talk about the show’s characters and their creators, and reveal what they’ll miss most. Contains spoilers.”
  • The Siege of Silverton. “When a sabotage mission goes awry, a trio of anti-apartheid rebels find themselves involved in a tense hostage hold-up on a bank. Based on a true story.”
  • The Marilyn Monroe Mystery: The Unreleased Tapes. “This documentary explores the mystery surrounding the death of movie icon Marilyn Monroe through previously unseen interviews with her inner circle.”
  • Komi-san can’t communicate (T1). “In a high school full of quirky characters, Tadano tries to help his shy and asocial classmate Komi achieve her goal: befriend 100 people.”
  • The 7 Lives of Lea (T1). Léa wakes up in the 90s after finding the body of a young man. To solve his mysterious death and prevent it, she occupies the body of seven different people. »
  • You do not even believe it! (T1). “The contestants struggle to correctly answer a series of difficult questions. And when they can’t, they go straight to plan B: outright lying.”
  • rumspringa. “A young Amish makes an initiation trip to Berlin in which he connects with his roots, discovers other ways of life, falls in love… and faces an important decision.”

Enter catalog:

  • Der Grosse Traum
  • In the name of the Father
  • I Love You I Miss You I Hope I See You Before I Die
  • Youth vs Government
  • Love’s Kitchen
  • family honeymoon
  • Musicians For Life
  • On-Air
  • stamping ground
  • The Next Guardian
  • The Royals (Complete series)
  • Ventoux
  • Wild

We are finishing the review with the new Apple TV +, which does not break its usual line either and brings little, but at least managed.

the luminous is a new Apple TV+ original series, a sci-fi drama about serial killers and time travel that’s going down really well with the staff. It stars Elisabeth Moss (The Handmaid’s Tale) and Wagner Moura also appears there, a name that may not tell you anything… until I remind you of the phrase for which he became world famous: “silver or lead” (narcsindeed).

More exclusive content:

  • Make or Break: On the crest of the wave (T1). “Immerse yourself in the world of professional surfing as the world’s best surfers travel the planet to compete for the world championship.”

Disney + closes the season this weekend and does so with a handful of content without much interest for those who enjoy more than a couple of neurons… unless you want to learn how to draw some of the most famous characters from “the factory of dreams”, which may be yes.

More exclusive content:

  • crush. “A promising young artist is forced to join her high school track team and uses the opportunity to get closer to the girl he’s had a crush on for a long time.”
  • Mickey Mouse’s Marvelous Spring. “Mickey Mouse and his friends explore the promise of spring through a unique nature documentary.”
  • Sketchbook: How to start drawing (T1). “‘Sketchbook’ is a journey into the tables and lives of highly talented artists and animators. Each episode focuses on an artist teaching us how to draw a mythical character from a Disney movie.”

Enter catalog:

  • to any other place
  • drain the oceans (T3)
  • The big jump (T1)
  • The hate you give
  • Grand Hotel (T1)
  • Kuzko: an emperor at school (T1-T2)
  • sand promises (T1)
  • Ridley Road (T1)
  • earthquake in nepal

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