Every Friday we recommend some movies that you have available on Netflix, HBO and Prime Video for you to watch during the weekend.
With the arrival of the heat, you don’t feel like going outside for part of the day, at least until it’s cool, and the best way to distract yourself if you have free time is with a good cinema. On Netflix, HBO and Prime Video you have many movies of all kinds so that you always find something to your liking.
The good thing about these platforms is that they do not only work with news, they also keep in their catalogs movies that are a few years old but are still interesting for different reasons. Therefore, we always try to make our recommendations of both types.
Fortunately for us, the variety of platforms keeps increasing and you will always find one that offers what you need or what is closest to your tastes.
Into the Wild – Netflix
The protagonist of Towards Wild Routes marked – for better or for worse – many viewers in the year of its premiere. In the film the attempts to live in the wild and the consequences of their actions for him and his family. This film based on real events shows the sacrifices necessary to change your life and is a story that hides several morals.
- Qualification: Into the Wild
- Release year: 2007
- Duration: 140 minutes
- Platform: Netflix
Rainy Day in New York – HBO
Woody Allen’s penultimate film talks about one of his favorite themes and has some elements that have been convincing his followers for decades. In the visit of a couple to New York it is shown what the identity of each one really is like and what are their ambitions, defects and, ultimately, their personality that no matter how hard they try, it may not change. Rainy Day in New York is short, agile, and entertaining.
- Qualification: A Rainy Day in New York
- Release year: 2019
- Duration: 92 minutes
- Platform: HBO
Midsummer – Prime Video
Going to an unfamiliar country to go to a religious festival may not be the best possible idea, but these American tourists do it in Midsommar, a horror story in broad daylight. Loved, hated and much contested, the contrast of cultures and the usual mistakes of tourism are also present in a story that is not recommended for the little ones, but that offers several moments of terror and blood.
- Qualification: Midsummer
- Release year: 2019
- Duration: 145 minutes
- Platform: Prime Video