The first film screening in history took place on December 28, 1895 in Paris, a historic event that was witnessed by 35 people and directed by the Lumière brothers. In the new millennium, very distant from that time, the way of making and watching movies has been totally transformed, proof of this is Netflix.
In comparison, now it is not necessary to go to a square or to the cinema to enjoy the films, because with the advancement of technology and the arrival of streaming platforms, many advantages have been obtained by movie lovers, such as the fact of enjoying different plots and genres within the reach of a click and without having to wonder how to download a video from Facebook.
Currently, not only are there 500 one-minute movies available, as in those days, but Netflix and its competitors have a wide catalog of productions, so the dilemma now is which titles to watch.
However, in this wave of novelties there are films that have managed to stand out and position themselves in the public’s taste. Below we leave you the list of the most popular Netflix United States.
April 1940. The eyes of the world are on Narvik, a small town in northern Norway, a source of the iron ore needed for Hitler’s war machine. Through two months of fierce winter warfare, the German leader faces his first defeat.
22nd century. On an uninhabitable planet Earth, the outcome of a civil war hinges on cloning the brain of an elite female soldier to create a robot mercenary.
3. Sing! 2
Buster Moon and his friends must persuade rock star Clay Calloway to join them at the premiere of a new show.
Known for their crazy, magical colored hairs, Trolls are the happiest and most joyous creatures to burst into the world of song. But her world of rainbows and cupcakes will change forever when her leader Poppy must embark on a rescue mission that will take her far away from the only world she’s ever known.
5. The Pez Outlaw
Steve Glew, a small-town Michigan farmer, boards a plane for Eastern Europe soon after the fall of the Berlin Wall. His mission is to locate a secret factory that holds the key to the most desired and valuable pez dispensers. If he succeeds, he will pull his family out of poverty and finally find a purpose in his mundane life.
6. Daggers in The Back: The Mystery of The Glass Onion
When billionaire Miles Bron (Edward Norton) invites some of his close associates on a getaway to his private Greek island, it soon becomes clear that all is not perfect in paradise. And when someone turns up dead, who better than Benoit Blanc to unravel all the layers of the mystery? Sequel to “Daggers in the back”.
7. The Year of Weddings
The relationship of a 27-year-old girl with commitment phobia will be put to the test when in a single year they have to attend seven weddings with her new boyfriend.
8. Lost Dog
When his beloved dog goes missing, a boy and his parents desperately search for him. If you don’t give him his medication, he will die.
9. The Crimes of The Academy
Story set in 1830 about a veteran detective, Augustus Landor, who tries to solve murders committed at West Point with the help of a young cadet who would later be known to the world as Edgar Allan Poe.
10. The Bad Guys
Five notorious villains: Mr. Wolf, Mr. Snake, Mr. Piranha, Mr. Shark and Ms. Tarantula, who have spent a lifetime together pulling off big heists.
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