Netflix: 12 movies coming out of the catalog this week

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Again the content available on the platform is updated and several productions will no longer be available. Known what are the titles that are going and until what day will you be able to see them.

The catalog of Netflix is constantly updated. Although there are several films that are added to the streaming platform over the days, there are many others that are no longer available.

This week there are 12 productions –films and documentaries– that are going to leave the list in Argentina and these are the last days to be able to enjoy them.

This thriller directed by David Leitch and starring Charlize Theron and James McAvoy takes us to Germany in 1989, where the Berlin Wall is about to fall. In this context, an undercover MI6 agent appears dead and the spy Lorraine Broughton (Theron) must find a list that her murdered colleague was trying to get to the West, including the names of all the undercover agents working in East Berlin.

With an aesthetic and soundtrack worthy of note, Atómica has good moments of action and fulfills the function of entertaining. It even has very good supporting actors like John Goodman, Til Schweiger, Eddie Marsan, Sofia Boutella and Bill Skarsgård.

This is Sofia Coppola’s sixth film where a dark fairy tale about female empowerment is posed. The action takes place in 1864, during the American Civil War, when an attractive wounded soldier arrives at a girls’ school. The combatant arouses sexual tension among the young women who start a competition to win the soldier’s attention.

Inspired by the Thomas P. Cullinan novel from ’66, the film features starring performances by Colin Farrell, Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst and Elle Fanning. An interesting bet to enjoy these days.

This typical American comedy starring brothers Marlon and Shawn Wayans tells the story of a short jewel thief who plans his last big robbery before retiring. However, everything goes wrong and in order to recover the desired diamond, he will pretend to be an abandoned baby.

This Italian thriller vents political and institutional corruption as a tough battle begins to turn a coastal town near Rome into a gambling paradise. There, the chaotic world of crime and large-scale corruption comes to light.

Suburra is based on a best seller by Carlo Bonini and Giancarlo De Cataldo and, the success of this film, sparked off a series of the same name that serves as a prequel and is also available on Netflix.

This Colombian drama from 2017 shows the story of a woman who works in a hotel in Cuba and who finds a video camera. This discovery will bring unexpected consequences for her marriage to Víctor Hugo, even managing to reawaken her sexual life as a couple.

In this documentary, the writer Paco Ignacio Taibo II sets out on a journey to follow in the footsteps of Ernesto “Che” Guevara and reveals new information about the revolutionary.

This children’s program introduces us to a young aspiring magician and his mischievous rabbit who sabotage each other during their performances. Netflix only incorporated the 26 chapters of the first season, but now it will come out of the catalog.

This 2018 Argentine horror film written and directed by Gonzalo Calzada shows how a novice travels to her childhood home to visit her dying father. There, after being part of a ritual where she ingests a hallucinogenic substance, she will discover a secret that can endanger everyone around her.

A young Ren invents a revolutionary drug, OtherLife, that expands the sensation of time in the brain: a few seconds of real life turn into hours and days. The Government is interested in OtherLife to apply it to prisoners and thus grant sentences of years that are served in a few minutes. By opposing, Ren will now be trapped in a cell in her head and must escape her own invention.

The death of his mother forces a teenage misfit to face his past and, through soccer, take charge of his future. It is a story of overcoming where the young Marcos Ramirez must face living for the first time in San José with a grandfather with whom he does not have a good relationship but along the way he meets who will be his new family while overcoming problems such as bullying, loss of loved ones and the dilemmas of growing up.

This two-part documentary traces the professional and personal life of legendary singer Frank Sinatra over 60 years, looking back from his humble beginnings to how he became a music icon. It has numerous testimonies from friends, family and colleagues of the artist.


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