New movies – Whale Eaters http://whaleeaters.org/ Mon, 05 Sep 2022 10:15:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9 https://whaleeaters.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-6-160x160.png New movies – Whale Eaters http://whaleeaters.org/ 32 32 The best new movies on The Criterion Channel in September 2022 https://whaleeaters.org/the-best-new-movies-on-the-criterion-channel-in-september-2022/ Mon, 05 Sep 2022 10:15:00 +0000 https://whaleeaters.org/the-best-new-movies-on-the-criterion-channel-in-september-2022/ [ad_1] September brings autumn, which means cooler weather for many and always fresh programming from The criterion channel. There are collections in homage to the British New Wave, art film distributor Cinema 5, cinematographer James Wong Howe, and more. Here are seven of the best picks. Image via British Lion Films Available: September 1 | […]]]>

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September brings autumn, which means cooler weather for many and always fresh programming from The criterion channel. There are collections in homage to the British New Wave, art film distributor Cinema 5, cinematographer James Wong Howe, and more. Here are seven of the best picks.

Available: September 1 | Realized by: Nicolas Roeg

Cast: David Bowie, Rip Torn, Candy Clark, Buck Henry

This sci-fi drama is the directorial debut of david bowie (you may have heard of him). Until now, he was primarily known as a genre-pushing rock star and a server of timeless looks. By 1976, Bowie had already dropped his bizarre Ziggy Stardust persona, but he hadn’t given up drug-fueled character jumping in general, and so the role of a fallen alien destined for greatness undoubtedly felt like a logical next step. The film is about this humanoid alien in the form of Bowie whose planet is besieged by nuclear misfortunes and therefore urgently needs water. He comes to Earth armed with the means to make himself rich and powerful enough to ship water home and perhaps reunite with his wife and child. He becomes a famous musician. He is building a spaceship. The novel on which the film is based is more concerned with these aspects of the plot, the Why that’s to say. The film, meanwhile, is a surreal and satirical look at the What, to life on Earth in the 1970s, life in a competitive and chaotic western culture that our alien is drawn to, mission be damned. Above all, it comments on fame and values, presented in the stylish and rich visuals of the best productions of the time.

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Kes (1969)

Available: September 1 | Realized by: Ken Loach

Cast: David Bradley, Freddie Fletcher, Lynne Perrie

Kes is a very uniquely British history used to discuss themes that might seem universal in 2022, and possibly even 1969, when it was released. It’s about how Britain’s now defunct tripartite education system underestimates working-class young people, especially those with poor tests. If they were imaginative, sensitive or creative, these tendencies were encouraged. To better do what their country needed: under-qualified workers filling the ranks of low-wage jobs. For Billy, the boy at the center of this story, that doesn’t seem like enough.

Victim of bullying at home and at school, he comes into possession of a kestrel, a sort of commoner falcon. Commoner or not, he becomes the falconer, and the bird his friend. The story that plays out is touching and funny, enjoyable and thoughtful. It’s a movie that’s entertaining at first, none of its underlying points ever obviously having been hit. It’s shot beautifully, with images of the countryside juxtaposed against the dark industrial plumes that serve as specters of our lead’s inevitable future.


Death in Venice (1971)

Available: September 1 | Realized by: Luchino Visconti

Cast: Dirk Bogarde, Björn Andrésen, Mark Burns, Romolo Valli, Nora Ricci

Italian filmmaker Luchino Visconti transforms a short story about an all-consuming holiday fixation into a film steeped in nihilistic existentialism. He is Death in Venice. It is about Gustav, an aging German composer who spends his holidays in Venice, around 1911. What he does not know until he arrives in his seaside resort is that a plague is ravaging the city. One by one, those around him begin to disappear, falling prey to this disease that was not in the brochures. What makes him forget this unstoppable flu and his own susceptibility is Tadzio, a handsome young man with whom Gustav becomes absolutely obsessed. It follows Tadzio and his family around the city, never interacting with them, but being pulled through the film by them.


There is a documentary about the actor who plays the young man (Bjorn Andresenwho, as an adult, is in by Ari Aster Midsommar). This documentary is called The most beautiful boy in the world, and it also arrives on Criterion Channel, September 19. Gustav’s obsession is self-destructive, frightening even. We watch with strained hope that our Gustav never comes into successful contact with this stranger and his family; this plague cannot move fast enough. It all leads to a dark climax, sure (dark for Gustav, at least) but the journey is gripping in its artistry and a good entry into the work of its director.

Push Hands (1991)

Available: September 1 | Realized by: Ang Lee

Cast: Sihung Lung, Lai Wang, Bo Z. Wang, Deb Snyder

September on the Criterion Channel isn’t big in the way of modern classics, leaning heavily on historical works. A major entry from the 1990s will have to do the trick. Ang Lee would become an artist capable of observing essential Americanness with unfailing poetic acuity. The ice storm and Brokeback Mountain see him take a measured approach to dissecting suburban and rural malaise, respectively. push hands is his first feature film. It doesn’t quite have the subtlety and ease that it would manage to bring to some of his stronger later works, but it has its charms. The topics that Lee seems most interested in discussing in the future are particularly exposed in this story of an elderly Chinese father moving in with his son. Colliding customs, suffocating expectations, inner disappointments. His follow-up, The wedding banquetwould feature the star of this movie and cover some of his territory, but push hands is a great insight into an important storyteller flexing his artistic muscles and an example of what can be accomplished on a shoestring budget.


Give Me Shelter (1970)

Available: September 12 | Realized by: Albert and David Maysles, Charlotte Zwerin

Molding: The Rolling Stones, Ike and Tina Turner, Jefferson Airplane

Intended to embody the factual, guerrilla documentary style of the direct-to-cinema era (think truth but non-fiction), give me shelter evolves from a film-concert onto a rolling stones concert at Madison Square Garden in New York on a document of the Stones’ Altamont Speedway Free Festival. Altamont was a one-day concert featuring santana, Grateful Dead, and more. It was meant to be a celebration of counterculture — the anti-establishment cultural movement that grew alongside the civil rights movement — and took place just weeks after Woodstock. This free concert was supposed to be the West Coast Woodstock, a free love party in the sun, but this one had the sad misfortune to have its security duties taken over, on purpose, by the Hells Angels, a motorcycle club whose members are notable. to ride gnarly Harley Davidsons and not be hippies. Carnage ensued. People have died. Young people. Artists have been attacked—Mick Jagger was punched in the face by a fan moments after appearing on the pitch. A Hells Angel attacked a member of Jefferson Plane. If you had insured the event, this would all be bad news. But if you watch a film made by a team (including george lucas!) who had no idea this was all going to happen, so the film is a near-wonder. The Rolling Stones are in fighting shape, just like Tina Turner and Jefferson Airplane, so, you know, there’s also music.


Iron Pumping (1977)

Available: September 12 | Realized by: George Butler, Robert Fiore

Cast: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Lou Ferrigno, Franco Columbus, Mike Katz

Before gym-centric influencers could beam body dysmorphia straight to our cellphones and even our dreams, there was pump iron. Filmed in 1975 but completed and released in 1977, it made a decorated bodybuilder star Arnold Schwarzenegger years before his acting role in Conan the Barbarian. It was originally intended to follow the journey of a different, smaller player from lightweight to Herculean in the niche world of bodybuilding. The filmmakers were forced to shift gears when the actor decided the lifestyle change wasn’t for him. What rose in its place was the story of Schwarzenegger’s rivalry with his peers Lou Ferrigno (who would play in The Incredible Hulk 1975 series and voice of Hulk in the 2008 film adaptation). It also became the story of their dueling preparations for the Mr. Olympia physique contest. pump iron is a landmark in the subculture it represents. It cannot be overstated how influential Schwarzenegger’s looks and attitude have become in the sport. Watching the film, he often comes across as a ruthless bully, degrading the sanity of his contestants to the point that no one feels confident alongside him once on stage. It’s not the stuff of a big best friend, but obviously a starter pack for one of Hollywood’s most legendary action careers of the blockbuster era, and an inspiration to dudes who are posing on TikTok to date.


Sambizanga (1972)

Available: September 21 | Realized by: Sarah Maldoror

Cast: Domingos de Oliveira, Elisa Andrade

From 1961 to 1974, Angola (the African country) was locked in a the independance War against the Portuguese dictatorial regime, which forced them to cultivate cotton, with all the harshness that characterizes dictatorial regimes. Sambizanga takes place in the year of the opening of this conflict. It tells the story of a working-class Angolan accused of being a dissident and therefore arrested, imprisoned and threatened with torture unless he renounces his accomplices. We follow his harsh treatment in prison, the search for his wife to find out which prison, exactly, is holding him, and the struggle of the liberation movement for independence.

Franco/Caribbean director Sarah Maldoror broke boundaries with this film, which was only released legally in Portugal years after its release. Above all, she was among the first women to direct a film in Africa and was to have a prolific career. Martin Scorsese included it in its Criterion Collection World Cinema Project, physical copies of which will be released on September 27.

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5 best new movies to stream this week on HBO Max, Hulu, Netflix and more https://whaleeaters.org/5-best-new-movies-to-stream-this-week-on-hbo-max-hulu-netflix-and-more/ Tue, 26 Apr 2022 07:01:58 +0000 https://whaleeaters.org/5-best-new-movies-to-stream-this-week-on-hbo-max-hulu-netflix-and-more/ [ad_1] It’s a new week, and so new movies are here to stream online, and more are coming soon. Arrivals this week include a video game adaptation starring Spider-Man himself, a documentary about the mysterious death of one of the most beloved stars of his time, and a lockdown drama that turns into a movie. […]]]>

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It’s a new week, and so new movies are here to stream online, and more are coming soon. Arrivals this week include a video game adaptation starring Spider-Man himself, a documentary about the mysterious death of one of the most beloved stars of his time, and a lockdown drama that turns into a movie. robbery.

The most interesting film of the bunch is The Survivor, a movie based on a true story of a Holocaust survivor (played by Ben Foster) who only got away with boxing in the camps. The film shows his life both inside and after the camps, and the latter part of the film also sees him trying to make a name for himself in the ring.

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The best new movies to stream on Netflix, HBO, Hulu, Amazon, Disney+, Paramount+, Peacock and Apple TV+ this weekend https://whaleeaters.org/the-best-new-movies-to-stream-on-netflix-hbo-hulu-amazon-disney-paramount-peacock-and-apple-tv-this-weekend/ Fri, 22 Apr 2022 22:00:36 +0000 https://whaleeaters.org/the-best-new-movies-to-stream-on-netflix-hbo-hulu-amazon-disney-paramount-peacock-and-apple-tv-this-weekend/ [ad_1] LONDON, ENGLAND – SEPTEMBER 05: Chris Hemsworth attends the GQ Men of the Year Awards 2018 at … [+] association with HUGO BOSS at the Tate Modern on September 5, 2018 in London, England. (Photo by David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images for Hugo Boss) Dave Benett/Getty Images for Hugo Boss If you’re like me, […]]]>

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If you’re like me, you have multiple subscriptions to multiple different streaming platforms, all of which are constantly adding new movies. Which begs the question with each successive weekend: what am I watching?

For me, it’s helpful to have all these new pieces of content in one place. So, in this article, I’m going to review the biggest new movies on Netflix.

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At the end of the article, you’ll find a complete list of all the new movies and TV shows available to stream this weekend.

In the Heart of the Sea (Hulu)

In 1820, the crew aboard the New England ship Essex face an uphill battle for survival when a whale of gigantic size and strength forcefully attacks, crippling their ship and leaving them adrift. in the ocean. Pushed to their limits and faced with storms, starvation, panic and despair, survivors must do the unthinkable to stay alive. Their incredible story ultimately inspires author Herman Melville to write “Moby-Dick.”

Along the Ride (Netflix)

During the summer before college, Auden meets the mysterious Eli, a fellow insomniac. While the seaside town of Colby sleeps, the two embark on nightly quests to help Auden live the fun, carefree life she never imagined she wanted.

Toy Aficiao (HBO)

A young scholar and an upper-middle-class girl fall in love after auditioning for a musical production at their school.

Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins (Paramount+)

An ancient Japanese clan called the Arashikage take in the tenacious and lonely Snake Eyes after saving the life of their heir apparent. When he arrives in Japan, the Arashikage teach him the ways of the ninja warrior while offering him something he’s been dreaming of: a home. However, when the secrets of Snake Eyes’ past are revealed, his honor and allegiance are tested, even if it means losing the trust of his loved ones.

Every new movie and TV show you can stream this weekend

netflix

  • On the way for the ride (April 22)
  • Heartstopper: Season 1 (April 22)
  • Selling Sunset: Season 5 (April 22)
  • The Seven Lives of Lea: Season 1 (April 22)

Amazon Prime

  • A Very British Scandal: Season 2 (April 22)
  • Pretty Hard Cases: Season 2 (April 22)

Hulu

  • In the heart of the sea (April 23)

HBO

  • A Tiny Audience: Season 3 Premiere (April 22)
  • Toy Aficiao (April 22)
  • Barry: Season 3 Premiere (April 24)
  • The Baby: Limited Series Premiere (April 24)

Disney+

  • Testify (April 22)
  • Polar Bear (April 22)
  • Explorer: The Last Tepui (April 22)
  • The Biggest Little Farm: The Return (April 22)

Peacock

  • Hercai: Amor Y Venganza: Season 2, new episode (April 22)
  • Law & Order: Season 21, new episode (April 22)
  • Law & Order: Organized Crime: Season 2, new episode (NBC)
  • Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, season 23, new episode (NBC)
  • Pasion De Gavilanes, Season 2, new episode (April 22)
  • The Amber Ruffin Show: Season 2B, new episode (April 22)
  • Deadline: Season 30, new episode (April 23)
  • Hercai: Amor Y Venganza: Season 2, new episode (April 23)
  • Pasion De Gavilanes: Season 2, new episode (April 23)
  • The Blacklist, season 9, new episode (April 23)

AppleTV+

  • They Call Me Magic: Season 1 (April 22)
  • The Long Game: Bigger than Basketball: Season 1 (April 22)

Paramount+

  • Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins (April 22)

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New Movies and Shows on the Hallmark Channel Schedule in March 2022 https://whaleeaters.org/new-movies-and-shows-on-the-hallmark-channel-schedule-in-march-2022/ Mon, 28 Feb 2022 20:30:20 +0000 https://whaleeaters.org/new-movies-and-shows-on-the-hallmark-channel-schedule-in-march-2022/ [ad_1] Hallmark Channel returns to Hope Valley. A new season of When the heart calls you premieres on March 6, but that’s not the only new offering coming to the network. Here’s a look at the new lineup for the Hallmark Channel program in March 2022. Season 9 of “When Calls the Heart” premieres March […]]]>

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Hallmark Channel returns to Hope Valley. A new season of When the heart calls you premieres on March 6, but that’s not the only new offering coming to the network. Here’s a look at the new lineup for the Hallmark Channel program in March 2022.

Season 9 of “When Calls the Heart” premieres March 6

Hrothgar Mathews and Loretta Walsh in ‘When Calls the Heart’ Season 9 | ©2022 Crown Media USA LLC/Photographer: David Astorga

RELATED: ‘When Calls the Heart’ Season 9: Elizabeth Chats With Nathan in First Clip

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The Tender Bar, the latest Netflix movies, and 8 new movies you can now watch at home https://whaleeaters.org/the-tender-bar-the-latest-netflix-movies-and-8-new-movies-you-can-now-watch-at-home/ Fri, 07 Jan 2022 23:09:46 +0000 https://whaleeaters.org/the-tender-bar-the-latest-netflix-movies-and-8-new-movies-you-can-now-watch-at-home/ [ad_1] A new year means a new list of outings to look forward to. Scream, The batman, Morbius (although a little later than we would like), and a whole slew of other great films hitting theaters this winter. Additionally, there are a bunch of new movies available to stream and rent on VOD this month, […]]]>

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A new year means a new list of outings to look forward to. Scream, The batman, Morbius (although a little later than we would like), and a whole slew of other great films hitting theaters this winter. Additionally, there are a bunch of new movies available to stream and rent on VOD this month, including George Clooney’s. The tender bar starring Ben Afleck and Tye Sheridan, the Russian sci-fi horror film Very deep, American Headquarters with Bruce Willis, and more!

To help you understand what’s new and available, here are the new movies you can watch with one click this weekend.


The tender bar

Where to watch: Available for streaming on Amazon Prime Video

Photo: Claire Folger / Amazon Studios

Based on JR Moehringer’s best-selling memoir, the coming-of-age drama of 2021 The tender bar stars Tye Sheridan (Loan Player One) as a young man with the ambition to become a writer growing up in the 70s and 80s without a father. On his journey to adulthood, he turns to his uncle Charlie (Ben Affleck), his cantankerous grandfather (Christopher Lloyd) and a kind-hearted community of locals at his uncle’s bar for advice on how to live and behave in the world.

See for me

Where to watch: Available to rent for $ 4.99 on Apple; $ 6.99 on Vudu

Image: IFC midnight

The horror thriller of 2022 See for me stars Skyler Davenport as Sophie, a blind former skier sitting in a luxurious, secluded mansion in the mountains. Ambushed by invaders determined to rob the house, Sophie is forced to rely on the help of Kelly (Jessica Parker Kennedy), an Army veteran working as an operator for a smartphone app in order to outsmart and defeat her possible killers. In our opinion,

Movies like A dancer in the night, Julia’s eyes, The eye, Flash, and In the dark all use blindness to make already vulnerable women even more vulnerable – not just to stalkers, predators and supernatural threats, but to self-doubt, marginalization and dismissal of those who should be protecting them. More than any of them, however, the new thriller See for me plays like a modern update of the 1967 classic Wait for the night, with Audrey Hepburn trying to outwit manipulative criminal Alan Arkin after he invades her home. See for me updates the Home Invasion formula with some clever twists and a key relationship. But screenwriters Adam Yorke and Tommy Gushue and director Randall Okita only push the formula so far before they run out of innovation.

Four at dinner

Where to watch: Available for streaming on Netflix

Image: Netflix

Italian romantic comedy Four at dinner follows several different alternate realities in which four single friends team up in different combinations. The question at the heart of the film’s premise is: is the concept of ‘soul mates’ real and shielded, or is there more to a successful relationship than cosmic compatibility? Four at dinner stars Matilde Gioli, Ilenia Pastorelli, Giuseppe Maggio and Matteo Martari.

Very deep

Where to watch: Available for streaming on Shudder; available to rent for $ 4.99 on Amazon, Apple; $ 3.99 on Vudu

soldiers pointing guns in The Superdeep.

Image: Thrill Films / RLJE

Russian horror film Very deep (or hyper-depth) asks a simple question: what if there was like a very deep hole with horrible nightmares inside? After numerous reports of unexplained screams and dozens of missing people, a small team of researchers and soldiers descend into the bowels of the Kola Superdeep Borehole in search of answers and survivors. What they discover is a terrifying presence that threatens all of humanity.

American Headquarters

Where to watch: Available to lease for $ 12.99 on Apple and Vudu

Bruce Willis holding a pistol in American Siege.

Image: Vertical entertainment

Once again, Bruce Willis stars in a video action thriller, this time as Ben Watts, a former NYPD officer turned sheriff who is forced to defuse a volatile hostage situation by resolving the disappearance of a young woman in a small rural town in Georgia. American Headquarters also stars Timothy V. Murphy as Charles Rutledge, a powerful local businessman who commands Watts, and Cullen G. Chambers as John Keats, a local doctor closely associated with Rutledge who finds himself caught in hostage by extremist militants.

Land of waste

Where to watch: Available for streaming on Netflix

Photo: Lander Larrañaga / Netflix

Land of waste, originally titled El Paramo (“The Beast”), focuses on the story of a small family isolated from society who suddenly find the tranquility of their quiet existence shattered by the arrival of horrible creatures that roam their home. The trailer looks brooding and evocative, questioning whether this “creature” is real or a fabrication born out of loneliness and a widespread fear of the unknown.

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The lost girl

Where to watch: Available for streaming on Netflix

Olivia Colman as Leda in The Lost Girl.

Image: Netflix

Olivia Colman (The favourite) stars in Maggie Gyllenhaal The lost girl as Leda, a woman on vacation by the sea whose curiosity towards a young mother (Dakota Johnson) and her daughter gradually turns into a dark obsession. Troubled by the couple’s relationship, Leda’s memories of her own tumultuous past as a young mother are triggered deep within her, forcing her to face the choices and consequences of her long-standing parenthood. dormant and buried.

Mass

Where to watch: Available to rent for $ 5.99 on Amazon, Vudu; $ 4.99 on Apple

Jason Isaacs and Martha Plimpton in Mass.

Image: Bleecker Street Media

Reed Birney (The hunt), Ann Dowd (The Remains, Hereditary), Jason Isaacs (The Patriot) and Martha Plimpton (Beautiful girls) star in the 2021 drama Mass like two couples of parents who, united by an unspeakable tragedy that has torn their lives apart, have agreed to meet in order to make sense of their shared loss and move forward. Not exactly the kind of premise you’d expect for actor-writer Fran Kranz’s directorial debut (Doll house, The cabin in the woods), but a remarkable premise all the same. The trailer looks tense and devastating, and each of the four main performances has garnered plenty of praise. Watch yourself first if you are interested in looking at this one.

Red snow

Where to watch: Available to rent for $ 4.99 on Amazon, Apple; $ 3.99 on Vudu

Image: 4 digital media

Horror comedy Red snow stars Dennice Cisneros (NCIS) as Olivia Romo, a struggling horror writer who treats an injured bat while spending her Christmas vacation alone in her late mother’s cabin. When the bat transforms into a handsome vampire, Olivia finds herself in love with the creature, feeding it animal blood as a budding romance erupts between the two. However, things quickly take a dangerous turn when a gang of vampires descend into Olivia’s cabin in search of her potential lover.

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Amazon Prime Video has quietly added 23 new movies to its library https://whaleeaters.org/amazon-prime-video-has-quietly-added-23-new-movies-to-its-library/ Fri, 17 Dec 2021 12:26:06 +0000 https://whaleeaters.org/amazon-prime-video-has-quietly-added-23-new-movies-to-its-library/ [ad_1] Some new movies for the weekend, you say? It’s that time of the week again – we’re here to reveal a bunch of movies that have unceremoniously dropped onto a major streaming service over the past few days. The platform in question is Amazon Prime Video. The films in question? Read on … Body […]]]>

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Some new movies for the weekend, you say?

It’s that time of the week again – we’re here to reveal a bunch of movies that have unceremoniously dropped onto a major streaming service over the past few days.

The platform in question is Amazon Prime Video.

The films in question? Read on …

Body of lies

Leonardo DiCaprio and Russell Crowe attempt dangerous spy missions in Ridley Scott’s thriller “It Really Should Be A Little Better Than It After All”.

Chappie

Neil ‘District 9’ Blomkamp conjures up another bizarre sci-fi take on the future, this time centered around an adorable robot named Chappie.

Chief

Jon Favreau plays the dating game in this culinary-themed dramatic comedy.

Due date

Robert Downey Jr. and Zach Galifiankis go on tour in a rowdy comedy.

Four weddings and a funeral

Love in fact: the origins. Type of. Not really. You know what I mean.

Ghost rider

Nicolas Cage’s first attempt to enter Johnny Blaze’s flaming skull.

The story of a knight

Heath Ledger shines in a medieval action comedy.

The revenge of a blonde

Reese Witherspoon’s comedy has since become a cult favorite.

Thousand 22

Yet another Hollywood action flick that has no idea how to properly use Iko Uwais from The Raid, but if you’re looking for a thrill, you’ll find them here.

Moon

Sam Rockwell is superb as an astronaut facing a unique existential crisis.

Rambo

The 2008 vintage – and extremely violent -.

Rocky – Rocky Balboa

All six Rocky movies are ready for you to step into the ring with them.

Creed

Much like Creed, what’s arguably the best Rocky-related movie of all?

Sweeney todd

Tim Burton’s bloody imagination of the demonic barber on Fleet Street.

The usual suspects

Acclaimed, curvy ’90s crime drama that hasn’t aged well in some ways.

War of the Worlds

Ordinary Father Tom Cruise tries to survive an alien invasion.

white chicks

Terry Crews is good at this, I guess?

Zodiac

David Fincher’s incredible tale of chasing the famous zodiac killer gets better every time you watch it.

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Antim and 4 other new ZEE5 movies and shows released this month that will keep you hooked on screen https://whaleeaters.org/antim-and-4-other-new-zee5-movies-and-shows-released-this-month-that-will-keep-you-hooked-on-screen/ Wed, 08 Dec 2021 11:34:00 +0000 https://whaleeaters.org/antim-and-4-other-new-zee5-movies-and-shows-released-this-month-that-will-keep-you-hooked-on-screen/ [ad_1] It’s the last month of 2021 and local OTT ZEE5 has a lot to offer. Much like SonyLIV, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and more, ZEE5 has some exciting new movies and shows coming out this month that will have you hooked on the screen. While there is something or the other to come in […]]]>

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It’s the last month of 2021 and local OTT ZEE5 has a lot to offer. Much like SonyLIV, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and more, ZEE5 has some exciting new movies and shows coming out this month that will have you hooked on the screen. While there is something or the other to come in Punjabi, Telugu … the biggest offer is from Salman Khan Antim: The Final Truth fall on ZEE5. The platform also offers a new Zindagi Original series that will keep you entertained. Consult the list:

New to Zee5: Antim and 4 more new movies and shows released this month

1. Qatil Haseenaon Ke NaamDecember 10, 2021

Zindagi’s original series Qatil Haseenaon Ke Naam is located in the timeless alleys of ‘Androon Sheher’ – a mythical neighborhood. This one-of-a-kind desi-noir series takes you down the path of love, lust, power and redemption woven into a web of betrayal, anguish and revenge. The anthology sheds light on the fearlessness of women and how they take revenge for betrayal. Every story has an element of mystery, suspense, intrigue with twisted endings.

2. 420 CPI – December 17, 2021

When accountant Bansi Keswani’s influential client is arrested by the CBI for a 1,200 crore scam and another client accuses him of stealing and forging three blank checks of Rs 50 Lakhs each, his life is turned upside down. Now the question is: is he guilty or not? Directed by Manish Gupta, the original ZEE5 stars Vinay Pathak, Ranvir Shorey, Gul Panag and actor Rohan Vinod Mehra.

3. Fuffad JiDecember 17, 2021

For anyone who likes a good Punjabi movie, Pankaj Batra’s Faffad Ji should be next on your binge-list. The film revolves around two brothers-in-law who are now rivals. This family movie is an error comedy and also has a social message. The film features Binnu Dhillon, Gurnam Bhullar, Jasmin Bajwa and Jassie Gill.

4. Loser 2December 24

The original Telugu series returns with season 2. Set in 1980 and 2000, the sports drama shows how these players struggle to be successful in cricket at different times. Directed by Anil Kumar P, the film features Priyadarshi Pulikonda, Shashank, Kalpika Ganesh, Annie, Pavani Gangireddy and Shayaji Shinde.

5. Antim: the final truth – To be determined

Antim: The Final Truth About ZEE5

Salman Khan is yet another biggest release this year Antim drops on ZEE5 later this month. A man of humble origins is on the rise in organized crime. Nothing seems to hurt him until a police officer decides to take matters into his own hands and uphold justice. Directed by Mahesh Manjrekar, the film stars Salman Khan, Aayush Sharma and Mahima Makwana.

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