You can admit that one of the biggest laziness of watching a movie on streaming is looking for it. Yes, and finding it is the hard part. That’s not because it doesn’t have a lot of good stuff. Yes he has! But it’s hard to reconcile what the algorithm tells you, what you like, and what your mood wants at that moment. So it is very easy for you to be stagnant, with a buggy mind and not knowing what to play. But don’t worry. This list today is here to give you a little help and help you find new things popping up on Netflix. Highlights of “The School of Good and Evil,” 2022, by Paul Feig; “The Unknown”, 2022, by Thomas M. Wright; and 2019’s Colors of Justice by Deon Taylor. The titles available on Netflix are organized by year of release and do not follow classification criteria.
The School for Good and Evil (2022), Paul Feig
Sophie and Agatha are best friends and outcasts in the village of Gavaldon. Sophie dreams of becoming a princess, while Agatha is accused of practicing witchcraft. Sophie dreams of running away from Gavaldon, and Agatha refuses to let her go alone. So they go together to a magical place where good and bad characters from fairy tales and legends learn their craft.
The Unknown (2022), Thomas M. Wright
Paul and Henry are two strangers who become friends during a bus ride. The reason the two are on the run is unknown, suggesting they are fugitive criminals. Paul tells Henry that a man he works with named Mark is looking for someone he can trust to do a job. Although he denies that he wants any illegally procured work, the next day Henry meets with Mark, who promises to erase his criminal record in exchange for some favors.
One Lucky Girl (2022), Mike Barker
Ani FaNelli is a sharp-tongued and successful woman. She has a coveted position at a magazine, an amazing wardrobe and is about to marry the man of her life. One day she is invited to participate in a crime documentary about a shocking accident that happened in her youth and ends up facing a truth that threatens to end her perfect life.
Colors of Justice (2019), Deon Taylor
Alicia West struggles with her identity as an African-American police officer in a predominantly black neighborhood that distrusts the police. Things get complicated when his uniform’s camera records the murder of a drug dealer by corrupt cops. With most of her associates and criminals against her over the footage, Alicia will have to go into hiding and upload the footage before the files are deleted.
Harriet (2019), Kasi Lemmons
On a plantation in Maryland, Minty Ross lives with her husband John Tubman and their family. John and her father Ben are free men and beg Master Brodess to free their family, who are still slaves, but the farmer hesitates. Minty, who casts spells and believes in spiritual visions, prays to God to defeat her slave. Brodess dies and his son, Gideon, decides to sell it. Minty flees to Philadelphia, leaving John behind. There she changes her name to Harriet Tubman and trains with abolitionists to save her family. Meanwhile, Gideon hires a mercenary to track down and capture whoever is helping the slaves escape.
Ophelia (2018), Claire McCarthy
A film that recreates “Hamlet” from the point of view of Ophelia, an ordinary girl whose intelligence and courage charm Queen Gertrude of Denmark. As the Queen’s favorite mistress, Ophelia guards the secrets kept within the walls of Elsinore Castle, including her own forbidden relationship with Prince Hamlet. When the kingdom suddenly undergoes a change of leadership, Ofelia realizes that she may have to choose between true love and life itself.