IMDb rating: 7,1
Director: Susan Johnson
Players: Lana Condor, Noah Centineo, Janel Parrish
Lera Jean (Lana Condor), whose love life consists of 5 letters she wrote, conveyed her feelings that she would never say to these letters. By this time, Lera Jean's love life becomes quite complicated when these letters are sent to their owners by a mysterious person, who thinks that she has safely stored five letters that she has not sent to anyone in a box in her room. You can watch the romantic comedy film based on Jenny Han's novel of the same name on Netflix. For those interested in the series, which currently has two films, To All the Boys: P. S. It is also worth recalling that there is also a sequel called I Still Love you.
IMDb rating: 7,3
Director: Ethan & Joel Coen
Players: Tim Blake Nelson, Willie Watson, Clancy Brown
Perfect for audiences who love the Western genre, this Coen Brothers film tells the audience six different stories. The production, which would have been the Coen brothers ' first series in the first place, turned into a movie when Netflix bought the rights. You can watch the drama-comedy genre film on Netflix, which deals with the events of the late American Civil War.
IMDb rating: 7,2
Director: Scott Z. Burns
Players: Adam Driver, Annette Bening, Jon Hamm
The report, a political thriller, focuses on the September 11 attacks. Idealistic researcher Daniel Jones (Adam Driver), commissioned by Senator Dianne Feinstein (Annette Bening), reaches out to the facts hidden from the American people as a result of his research. As a result of these facts, Jones faces a series of shocking events.
IMDb rating: 6,6
Director: Tom Harper
Players: Felicity Jones, Eddie Redmayne, Himesh Patel
Pilot Amelia Wren (Felicity Jones) and scientist James Glashier (Eddie Redmayne) decide to make an expedition in 1862 that no one had dared to make before. This delightful discovery turns into a struggle for survival when the duo, who try to climb to a height that has never been climbed before with a balloon, make discoveries in the sky, reaching the highest point of the atmosphere. You can watch the film, which melts adventure and drama in the same Crucible, via Amazon Prime Video.
IMDb rating: 8,0
Director: Stephen Chobsky
Players: Jula Roberts, Owen Wilson, Jacob Tremblay
Agguie Pullman (Jacob Tremblay), who has a severe deformation of his face, goes to the same school as the other children for the first time in his life. An incredibly inspiring and heartwarming story ensues as Auggie tries to prove to the other children that he is actually an ordinary boy. Emphasizing that beauty and character actually lie beneath the skin, the film tells the viewer a truly perfect story. It's a production that will be quite enjoyable to watch for stars like Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson in the lead roles, for those who want to renew hope in these days when intolerance and evil come out of their bar. You can watch Wonder on BluTv.
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