The weekend is here and with it the opportunity to discover new series, documentaries and movies available on the most popular platforms in our country: Netflix, HBO Max and Amazon Prime Video. If you already have the perfect dinner plan and you just need some ideas to enjoy from the sofa at home, you are in the perfect place for it. Take note.
What premiere to watch on Netflix
Without a doubt, the prize of the week goes to him. Blond. Netflix’s biographical proposal about Marilyn Monroe’s wedding is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated of the season (and of the year!) and its premiere this Wednesday was quite well received. For almost 3 hours – yes, the film is long – you will delve into the dizzying life of Norma Jeane and how her unstoppable fame was her prize and her condemnation. Ana de Armas is the actress in charge of giving life to the mythical character-she spent more than an hour a day in makeup to turn in Monroe-, playing a role that many already point out that it smells like Oscar.
Directed by Andrew Dominik, Blonde is incidentally based on a book of the same name written by 5-time Pullitzer finalist Joyce Carol Oates, did you know?
It is not the only powerful film to enjoy this weekend in the red N. It has also reached your catalog Rainbow, a Spanish film directed by Paco León that reinterprets neither more nor less than the classic story of The Wizard of Oz. It has the Bimba Bosé leaf as the protagonist and a rather peculiar aesthetic that jumps to life as soon as you take a look at the trailer. I’m sure you won’t get bored watching it.
What to watch on HBO Max
As always, the first thing we do is propose you the episode of the week of the quintessential dragon series. House of Dragons continues his narrative unleashing events that make fear that the great war is getting closer and closer. Episode 6 lives up to the others and also brings new faces. You can not lose this.
What premiere to watch on Amazon Prime Video
Today, Friday, yours is that you cancel any other plan and see the new chapter of The Rings of Power, now available on the Amazon Prime Video platform. Anyway, if Tolkien’s story doesn’t go with you, know that on the Amazon platform -which you can access as an Amazon Prime member, remember- you already have Sonic 2: The Movie. It is an entertaining sequel (perhaps not at the level of the first) in which we will find our great protagonist Sonic facing, along with his inseparable companions, the evil Robotnik after his return.
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