What to watch During Covid
As Covid-19 remains prevalent in the news, our favorite bars and restaurants we commonly frequented just do feel quite the same. Nowadays most of us prefer a Netflix night at home to spend the night with a good movie or just to stay home if you are wondering and scrolling on Netflix. We covered their best original movies of all times for you, enjoy !
- Number one on our list is Casino Royale, if you haven’t watched this yet you should go ahead and start now as the new and last movie is coming up October 8, 2021 . Casino Royale next reared its head in 1967, when it was adapted into a ghastly film spoof starring Peter Sellers, David Niven, Woody Allen, and Dr. No alum Ursula Andress. Once again, the only reason to watch this—other than morbid curiosity—is to see the actor playing Le Chiffre: Orson Welles, perfectly cast as the short, 252-pound villain Fleming described in the original novel.
- Our number two is The social networking covering the story of how facebook began this is a must watch to every entrepreneur out there As Zuckerberg tells it, the story of FaceMash was nothing more than an innocent college gag that ended in a night of forced unproductivity. But chances are, most people watching that day remember it differently, as the riveting sequence of events at the start of a major Hollywood blockbuster called The Social Network. After conquering the business world, Zuckerberg had finally earned the approval of the elite institution he’d once antagonized. But sitting at his old dorm room desk years later, it seemed his one remaining challenge was to reclaim his past.
- The Irishman is a classic starring Al Pacino. In the 1950s, truck driver Frank Sheeran gets involved with Russell Bufalino and his Pennsylvania crime family. As Sheeran climbs the ranks to become a top hit man, he also goes to work for Jimmy Hoffa — a powerful Teamster tied to organized crime. Robert De Niro excels at playing closed-off, unreachable characters—hard men who might seem a bit dull if you met them for the first time, but have inner lives that they rarely let anyone see, and are mysteries to themselves. De Niro was 75 when he played yet another of those characters in Martin Scorsese’s “The Irishman,” which feels like a summation of a rich subset of De Niro’s long career.
- I care a lot is a new Netflix original funny movie about A crooked legal guardian who drains the savings of her elderly wards meets her match when a woman she tries to swindle turns out to be … With her razor-sharp blonde bob, monochromatic suits, and ever-present vape pen, Marla is a woman driven by cold, hard ambition. That much would have been obvious without her opening voiceover, in which she justifies her scam: “Playing fair is a joke invented by rich people to keep the rest of us poor.” During a court hearing at the film’s start, she argues in persuasive, clear-eyed fashion that she can more accurately assess what’s in the best interest of her clients because she has no skin in the game, unlike family members who are fraught with emotional baggage and financial expectations. To her, it’s all transactional. So when she gets the news that one of her clients has died, she pulls his headshot off the wall where it hangs among dozens of others, wads it up and throws it in the trash without a drop of emotion.
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