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The 4 Must-Watch Movies on Netflix this Weekend

The 4 Must-Watch Movies on Netflix this Weekend

How do you like spending time when you’re not at work? If you’re an indoor person, we have incredible suggestions you can look out next weekend, so you don’t have to scratch your head because you wonder how you’ll be spending your time. In this article, we shall drop you a list of Netflix movies you don’t want to miss out. Read on to find out!

  • Army of Thieves

Netflix presents a film directed by Matthias Schweigh. The movie is written by a legend you might have heard about in Hollywood movie scripting, Shay Hatten.
Thanks to its own ridiculous nature and some fabulous performances by the charming and good-looking cast. The movie features a heist during the early stages of the zombie apocalypse and kickstarts with a prequel to the film ‘Army of the Dead’ with its star Ludwig Dieter (Matthias Schweighoffer).
A mysterious woman, Gwendoline (Nathalie Emmanuel), from Game of Thrones and a mastermind pickpocket, recruits a group of aspiring thieves. These include The Amateur safe cracking geek, Ludwig Dieter, a getaway driver Rolph (Guz Khan), an expert hacker Korina (Ruby. O. Free), and Granite jawed Brad (Stuart Martin to participate in a top-secret heist.
The suspense of watching the group as they coordinate their strengths to crack legendary safes across Europe is outrageous.

  • Dune

Denis Villeneuve directed the film’ Dune” based on a novel. The casting, sound design, acting, costumes, sets – everything was done with love and care for detail.
If you are a lover of science fiction with a sprinkle of action, adventure and drama, then this is your movie.
It features Paul Atreides, a brilliant and gifted young man born into a great destiny beyond his understanding. He travels to the most dangerous planet in the universe to secure the future of his family and his people.
As malevolent forces explode into conflict over the planet’s exclusive supply of the most precious resource in existence-a commodity capable of unlocking humanity’s greatest potential-only those who can conquer their fear will survive.

  • Hypnotic

Hypotonic is an easy, laidback thriller film with a side of popcorn. This is the kind of made-for-cable-level movie where a pedestrian script (by Richard D’Ovidio) with the usual horror cliches is elevated by strong acting, no-nonsense direction, and a couple of neat twists.
A young woman seeking self-improvement enlists the help of a renowned hypnotist but discovers unexpected and deadly consequences after a handful of intense sessions.
The resulting cat-and-mouse dynamic is predictable. If you’ve never watched a Lifetime movie, “Hypnotic” should be on your list for the coming weekend as it takes its cartoonish features to admirable heights.

  • Lamb

The Icelandic drama film, directed by Valdimar Jóhannsson, carries a nerve-wracking sense of horror, drama, and mystery. Lamb is an ambitious movie that dwells on loss and the ever-growing fear of becoming inconsequential through Christian values and mythical culture.
An Icelandic couple lives with their herd of sheep on a beautiful but remote farm. When they discover a mysterious newborn on their land, they decide to keep it and raise it as their own.
This unexpected development, and the prospects of a new family, bring them much joy before ultimately destroying them.
Jóhannsson doesn’t let that stop him from grabbing the jugular and refusing to let go until the viewer is almost entirely out of breath. It’s the sweetest, most touching waking nightmare you’ve ever experienced.
We hope you enjoy any of the suggestions on our list.

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