World has been changed for ever in 2020 due to global pandemic. People stayed indoors for days ,weeeks and now months but often what kept them sane ,cheerful were those great content on the internet .People are now used to binge watch which was a thing attached to only youth . Now ,it seems so coomon for even oldies to disucss about their favourite series on Netflix,amazon etc .
In this post we will give a list of around 10 films or shows of NETFLIX which you can watch if you have not .
death-defying stunts, heart-wrenching personal stories and tense climax, this documentary series by Greg Whiteley is about a college cheerleading team’s journey to the national championships. This seems irresistible. By showing the sport in a new light, it finally brought it the respect it deserves.
A fire, an presidential run and persistent rumours of a man being fed to a tiger — everything about Rebecca Chaiklin and Eric Goode’s documentary series will make your jaw hit the floor. Set in the world of big cat enthusiasts, it traces the escapades of an wiered but popular zookeeper.
The Last Dance
the trio of Basketball legends who made the Chicago Bulls a global symbol of athletic excellence ie Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen and Dennis Rodman take centre stage in Jason Hehir’s eye opening documentary detailing the team’s stratospheric rise.
Never Have I Ever
This Combo of Mindy and Lang Fisher’s heartwarming high-school comedy, the effervescent Maitreyi Ramakrishnan plays an Indian-American teenager transcending crushes, friendships and family feuds. There are great party scenes, TikTok dance routines and savage one-liners.
The Old Guard
Charlize Theron and KiKi Layne are cast as immortal warriors in Gina Prince-Bythewood’s inventive blockbuster. They jet around the world protecting those in need, but then find themselves pursued by a ruthless CEO who’s eager to harvest their DNA. The result is a thrilling game of cat and mouse.
Hilary Swank is quietly powerful as a commander leading a diverse crew of astronauts on a mission to Mars in Andrew Hinderaker’s moving sci-fi adventure. As they battle illness, homesickness and a technical glitch that could stop them returning to Earth, it becomes a nail-biting race against time.
Zippy, witty and fiercely feminist, Harry Bradbeer’s enthralling mystery is centred on a sleuth who just happens to be Sherlock Holmes’ younger sister. Millie Bobby Brown is a delight as the spirited heroine, as she travels to London in hopes of finding her missing mother (Helena Bonham Carter).
Emily in Paris
Having spawned more opinion pieces than perhaps any other show in 2020, Darren Star’s escapist romantic comedy has become a sensation. Lily Collins takes the lead as an ambitious midwestern marketing executive who relocates to the French capital and revels in its unparalleled decadence.
The Trial of the Chicago 7
Aaron Sorkin’s fast-talking courtroom drama has an all-star cast led by Eddie Redmayne and Sacha Baron Cohen as well as a freewheeling approach to its subject matter: the true story of a group of anti-war protesters who were accused of inciting a riot. It’s a timely watch after a turbulent year.
Dash & Lily
Christmas comes early in the form of this sugary-sweet treat from Joe Tracz — a slow-burning love story starring Midori Francis and Austin Abrams as high schoolers who strike up a correspondence over the winter break. Stuffed full of festive songs and mistletoe, it’s guaranteed to melt your heart.
The Half of It
Leah Lewis cements her status as one to watch in Alice Wu’s delicate romance, taking on the role of a queer Asian-American student who is hired by a jock (Daniel Diemer) to pen love letters on his behalf to his crush (Alexxis Lemire). But, when she finds herself falling for the latter, chaos ensues.
Da 5 Bloods
Four weathered Vietnam war veterans go back to the jungle decades later to recover the remains of their fallen squad leader in Spike Lee’s rousing tale of enduring loyalty and simmering rage. It’s a clear-eyed examination of historic racism and exploitation, and a rip-roaring action epic to boot.
From the polished period costumes and stunning scenery to the grisly murders and snide asides, Evan Romansky’s chiller about a nurse at a psychiatric hospital wrongfoots you at every turn. Sarah Paulson acts up a storm in the titular role, alongside Cynthia Nixon as her glamorous love interest.