As with most telenovelas, Jane uses twists and turns to its advantage to create an incredible comedy-drama. Although, things aren't as easy she initially hoped. Morris, who was reportedly motivated to document the investigation after being struck by the fact that Adams had no criminal history prior to his sentencing, chronicles the case through a series of interviews with Adams, the judge presiding over the case, and several witnesses and detectives. Pete breaks his life in two so that he can put it back together again. Aggressively romantic and sentimental, this Italian classic backed by Ennio Morricone's iconic score will melt you. Don't hold the show's obnoxious fans against it.
Two seasons are currently streaming. The Imposter The Imposter Picturehouse Entertainment The 2012 release follows the 1997 case of the French confidence trickster Frédéric Bourdin, who impersonated Nicholas Barclay, a Texas boy who at the age of 13 in 1994. Boyhood follows Mason up to his first day of college, and the film is comprised largely of the small moments that compose a life — those that often pass without fanfare. Black Mirror 2011- Each installment of 's addicting anthology takes a current techno-social phenomenon -- topics that range from to -- to its extreme and asks whether human nature can coexist with it. It can describe films rich with drama, action, crime, and quite possibly horror.
Mindhunter 2017- David Fincher loves serial killers. Amanda Knox Amanda Knox Netflix The Netflix original documentary chronicles the notorious trial, conviction, and acquittal of Amanda Knox for the murder of an exchange student in Italy. Jackass: Number Two 2006 What Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, Chris Pontius, Steve-O, the rest of the Jackass gang do to their bodies is art, dammit. The original, revered as one of the greatest films of all time, and the sequel, right up there and probably even better than the first, if we're being honest , adapt the murderous tenor of Mario Puzo's book with shadows, chilly grandiosity, and prosciutto dialogue that the cast can chew and chew and chew. This outstanding America political drama has received lot of critical acclaimed for being one of the best television series. The coalition of nations that fought with America in Afghanistan included Norway, and it's in a foreign camp that the show begins with a tense military operation to take out a suspected suicide bomber. Close Encounters of the Third Kind 1977 This balletic sci-fi epic is one of two movies Steven Spielberg wrote for himself the other being A.
They tend to gravitate to U. This pitch perfect black comedy from Channel 4 will leave you wanting much more, not least as its eight episodes are just 30 minutes apiece. The show was renewed for a third season in March. Peaky Blinders tells the story of Tommy Shelby Cillian Murphy, of Batman Begins and Inception , the brilliant leader behind the Peaky Blinders, an Irish-Gypsy gang in 1920s England. Directed by Noah Baumbach The Meyerowitz Stories , and co-written by both, Frances Ha is a measured look at adult-ish life captured the kind of intoxicating black and white world we dream of living in. The Punisher has a mixed history on the big screen.
Community's Alison Brie excels as an actress who gets cast by a washed-up filmmaker Marc Maron to play the villain in the rag-tag operation, but, like producer Jenji Kohan'sÂ Orange is the New Black, it's the side characters, like Britney Young's second-generation brawler Machu Picchu, who really help this show get over. Set 30 years after Army of Darkness, when the Deadites were neutralized, the demon curse of the Necronomicon is back, baby, and it's up to our skeezy hero Ash Williams still Bruce Campbell to do the thing he does best, which is cutting up the possessed. Unlike many police procedurals, The Fall makes its villain known very early. As they drive around to get coffee, Jerry and his guest talk about anything that comes up, occasionally causing the show to take some pretty strange detours. Taking a page out of the traditional Disney playbook, this is the first Pixar film to heavily rely on original songs, and they're stunners. The style, short episodes and frequent use of exaggerated humour makes this a very easy show to watch quickly, but there may be moments you will want to pause to reflect on your own experiences. As the five big crime families of New York descend into open war, Michael steps into the family business, at a cost to his soul.
What transpires is a gloriously muddled mess of offbeat diversions, Technicolor characters and bizarre events taking in psychic powers, cats, dogs, homicidal angels, torture, some really lovely leather jackets and Elijah Wood. Unfortunately, the series was officially cancelled after its third season. What hasn't changed is the overall theme. The film tracks the life of Salvatore, a young dreamer who finds purpose in the projection room of his small Sicily village's local movie house. Instead, it uses the conversations to spur a larger examination of the state of the prison system and the issue of capital punishment in the U. Whether you're watching the Murder House, Freak Show, Hotel, or recent Roanoke installment, you're in for unforgettable characters, stomach-curdling gore, jaw-dropping plot twists, and brutal finales.
It shuffles a diverse, interesting cast in creative ways, making for lots of intriguing, unexpected developments. The agency tries to survive in a time when everything, including the ad industry, is undergoing a radical shake-up. The Thin Blue Line A still from The Thin Blue Line Source: Miramax The 1988 Eroll Morris-directed flick depicts the story of Randall Dale Adams, a man who was wrongfully convicted of killing a Dallas police officer in 1976 and sentenced to life in prison. Barry 2016 In 1981, Barack Obama touched down in New York City to begin work at Columbia University. Known as a hangout sitcom, the show follows six friends—Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Joey, Chandler, and Ross—as they try to navigate their lives while living in New York City.
In the first moments of the show, we find him hooking up with a girl named Rachel, an incident that ends with a trip to the drug store for Plan B. We've rifled through the Netflix catalogue to bring you our top picks, from chucklesome comedies to action-packed adventures. Loosely inspired by Compaq's , Halt and Catch Fire delivers with complex character relationships and top-notch acting shout-out to the always-underrated Toby Huss. With the acclaimed spinoffÂ Better Call SaulÂ now inspiring similar conversations, there's never been a better time to take the dive. If you like wacky comedy with intellectual sensibility,Â Fawlty TowersÂ is a must-watch. .
The Invitation 2015 ThisÂ slow-burn horror-thrillerÂ preys on your social anxiety. Although Drinking Buddies starts out looking like a traditional rom-com, Swanberg quickly subverts viewer expectations, resulting in a film that is romantic but surprisingly devoid of sap, funny without falling back on cheap gags. A simmering detective story, to be sure, but one well worth the time investment. Sam Raimi and crew bring the same dark humor and over-the-top gore to the revived series that's just entering its third season on Starz, but is thankfully also on a streaming service people actually use. It never quite reaches the heights of Vikings, which is available on Amazon Prime, but it's a more than adequate substitute while you wait for its final season.