This selection of the shows that I loved recently on Netflix is completely subjective and of course it may have films or series that you have seen, but if there is that you do not know, I suggest you go check them out!
Narcos tells the true-life story of the growth and spread of cocaine drug cartels across the globe and attendant efforts of law enforcement to meet them head on in brutal, bloody conflict. It centers around the notorious Colombian cocaine kingpin Pablo Escobar (Wagner Moura) and Steve Murphy (Holbrook), a DEA agent sent to Colombia on a U.S. mission to capture and ultimately kill him.
The first three episodes arise history and thus are a little slow but then the episodes are all effective and rise in intensity to the end of the season. The series is helpful and made lots of archive footage, giving a style to the series. Following the great success that was the first season, Netflix has already renewed the series for a second season
Chasing ice (documentary)
A documentary quality NatGeo, following James Baylog, American naturalist and photographer emeritus in his personal mission to show the world of intangible evidence of global warming by the time-lapse photography. Beautifully realized images breathtaking images
Valley uprissing (documentary)
In the shady campgrounds of Yosemite valley, climbers carved out a counterculture lifestyle of dumpster-diving and wild parties that clashed with the conservative values of the National Park Service. And up on the walls, generation after generation has pushed the limits of climbing, vying amongst each other for supremacy on Yosemite’s cliffs. “Valley Uprising” is the riveting, unforgettable tale of this bold rock climbing tradition in Yosemite National Park: half a century of struggle against the laws of gravity.
Downtown Abbey (serie)
this series depicts the life of the Crawley family and their servants in Downton Abbey, an English mansion from the 1910s.
From the moment or the generic begins with the music that accompanies it, you’re in this series. Not until he had seen several episodes for you to realize that you’re a fan. Fan of this atmosphere of these characters, everything. The first episode plunges us into monotonous appearance lives, but that will come in the various events of the twentieth century.
A documentary following the real life “Horse Whisperer” Buck Brannaman. Talking a little about the movie, but mainly focused on how he starts the horses and how and why he does what he does. This is one of the most fascinating documentaries I have ever seen, and this is a movie that appeals to all people, not just horse people. It’s hard not to like Buck after hearing his story and listening to him talk. This is a definite must see.
The Lunchbox (movie)
Several Indian employees rely on a delivery service to receive their lunch to work. Rather than having the right to his usual command, Saajan begins one day to receive the meals to the tangy flavors qu’Ila cooks for her husband. The two individuals then take advantage of that error to begin a correspondence through the daily comings and goings of food containers. The anonymous relationship suddenly restores Saajan taste to open, he who was fairly isolated since the death of his wife. For its part, Ila finally has someone to talk to his marital problems. And if the two strangers left everything to start a new life together elsewhere?
Danny collins (movie)
Danny is a caricature rooted in the 70s, with all that this included: sideburns, glitters, fireplaces V-necks starched, excessive drug use. He struggles against the demons that prevent him to “grow up” and face the reality of life.
Masterpieces of Marcel Pagnol. This adaptation is great. Very soon we forget the version of the 30s. Daniel Auteuil interprets a convincing Caesar and actor playing Marius is perfect. Well done.
Captain Phillips (movie)
Captain Phillips recounts the true story of the hostage-taking of the US merchant ship Maersk Alabama, conducted in 2009 by Somali pirates. The relationship that develops between Captain Richard Phillips, commander of the boat, and Muse, the head of the Somali pirates who took him hostage, is at the heart of the story. Both men are inevitably led to clash when Muse and his team attack the unarmed ship Phillips.
The intouchable (movie)
After a paragliding accident, Philippe, a rich aristocrat, hired as domestic help Driss, a young commuter just released from prison. In short the least appropriate person for the job. Together they will make cohabit Vivaldi and Earth Wind and Fire, the verb and the valve suits and tracksuit bottoms … Two worlds will telescope, tame, to give birth to a friendship as crazy, funny and strong unexpected, a unique relationship that will spark and that will make … Untouchables.
Now time to make some popcorn and enjoy some tv !