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  • 22/10/2022

The best Netflix movies to see in November

With more than 1.500 original titles, Netflix continues to remain at the top of the pyramid of the streaming war thanks to its offer of exclusive content.Netflix always has something for everyone, covering all imaginable demographic genres and objectives.Of course, everyone knows popular series such as Stranger Things, the squid game or any new 10 -hour terror series to which Mike Flanagan submits us for weeks, but when it comes to movies, Netflix knows how to offer the genuine.

With so many titles to choose from, it is sometimes difficult to find the face or cross of what is available, not to mention what is really worth sitting.We have done the heavy job so that you do not have to do it, and we have selected ten of the best Netflix movies to enjoy them during the month of December 2021.

Note: This list refers to Netflix subscribers in Spain.It is possible that some titles are not currently available on international platforms.

Amendment XIII

From the innovative director Av Duvernay, amendment XIII is a documentary that analyzes the connection between the 13th amendment, which abolished slavery throughout the United States and ended the involuntary servitude, except as punishment for the conviction of a crime, and the imprisonmentMassive black citizens in the United States.It is an exciting documentary that shows how, despite the "abolition" of slavery, the continueDrugs and the Penitentiary Industrial Complex have contributed to what is essentially "slavery with additional steps".The film was subsequently nominated for Oscar for the best documentary in the 89th edition of the Academy Awards and won the Primetime Emmy Award for the best documentary or special non -fiction in the 69th edition of the Primetime Emmy Awards.

I'm thinking of leaving it

The interior of Charlie Kaufman's mind must be a fascinating and scary place.Based on the homonymous novel by Iain Reid, I am thinking of leaving it seems like a feverish dream of emotional coercion and psychological torment.The story focuses on a woman who considers ending her relationship to meet her boyfriend's family, but that superficial synopsis does not do justice to the film.Kaufman has a history of making idiosyncratic cinema, with movies like how to be John Malkovich, forget me!And Synecdoche, New York, but this looks like the least accessible adventure of him so far, and that is not a bad thing.This is a film you will think about and analyze much after credits, and possibly you are wandering in your own personal struggles of existential instability in a way that only Kaufman's movies can make.

To all the boys I fell in love

It seems impossible to make a romantic comedy these days now that the romantic comedy tropes commonly accepted have gone on another way, but Netflix's film adaptation of Jenny's homonymous novel has and 2014 was so successful that it gave rise to a film trilogyand an upcoming spin off.To all the boys I fell in love is focused on the teenager Lara Jean Covey (Lana Condor), who writes secret letters, who reveal her soul, her five lovers, but she never intends to send them.After the letters come to light (because, of course, they do it), their whole world puts ups up and should learn to navigate life, love and be honest with their feelings.It is a genuinely sincere look at teenage love in a way that never seems to be speaking with contempt to his audience, and gives life to characters related to those who will not regret having encouraged in a decade.Lara Jean is the new queen of adolescent cinema.

The Irish

Las mejores películas de Netflix que ver en noviembre

If you have three and a half hours and you like Martin Scorsese's cinema, the Irishman is an essential film.Set in the 50s, Trucker Frank Sheeran (Robert De Niro) is involved with Russell Bufalino (Joe Pesci) and his criminal family of Pennsylvania.As Sheeran ascends in the ranks until she becomes one of the best hitmen, she also enters to work for Jimmy Hoffa (Al Pacino), a powerful teamster linked to organized crime.Scorsese is the king of cinematographic organized crime, and the Irish feels as an evolution for gender, looking at men whose lives have been defined by violence, and what their contributions have left them at the end of their lives.

I am Dolemite

What ruth e.Carter is not nominated for the best costume design in the Oscars for I am Dolemite is a crime.Eddie Murphy stars in this biographical story of the pioneer Rudy Ray Moore, and the production of his iconic film, Dolemite.The film went unnoticed in its premiere, which is a real penalty taking into account what is wonderfully that Murphy nailed his interpretation of "The godfather of rap".I am Dolemite is a love letter to Moore, but also a fair evaluation of the chaotic efforts that a man made to tell his story and try to achieve the fame he knew he deserved.

History of a marriage

Adam Driver's memes hitting a wall and crying are good, but the material of origin, history of a marriage, is great.If you have ever been in a relationship that has crumbled, married or not, it is frankly heartbreaking.Driver and his cast partner Scarlett Johansson play a theater director and his wife, fighting for a hard divorce from coast to coast that leads them to their personal and creative extremes.Laura Dern won the award for the best distribution actress in the 92nd edition of the Academy Awards for her interpretation of lawyer Nora Fanshaw, and although the film is not autobiographical, the personal touch that Noah Baumbach contributed after her own divorce ofJennifer Jason Leigh is frankly palpable.

Da 5 Bloods: Weapons brothers

Spike Lee never fails, huh?In which it is possibly his most ambitious film, gives 5 Bloods: brothers of arms focuses on four black veterans who are forced to fight against the forces of man and nature when they return to Vietnam in search of the remains of their leader of their leaderfallen squad and gold fortune that helped them hide.Partly historical drama, partly robbery film and partly political thriller, reads an intersectional masterpiece topped with a luxury cast in which Delroy Lindo, Jonathan Majors, Clarke Peters, Johnny Trí Nguyễn, Norm Lewis, Isiah WhitlockJr., Mélanie Thierry, Paul Walter Hauser, Jasper Pääkkönen, Jean Reno and Chadwick Boseman.

The Mitchell against machines

The main Netflix competitor in the streaming war is Disney+, and the gigantic company feels almost untouchable when it comes to animation...Until Netflix and Sony launched the best 2021 animated film, the Mitchell against the machines.The Mitchell seem the typical slightly dysfunctional American family, but they must put aside their struggles when attending robots begin to dominate the world.The premise seems nonsense, but the film is full of so much heart that it is impossible not to fall in love with this family.Danny McBride, Abbi Jacobson, Alex Hirsch, Maya Rudolph, Michael Rianda, Olivia Colman, Fred Armisen, Eric Andre and Doug The Pug show off in their voice papers, and this film shows that Netflix is a real competitor in the original programming ofanimation.


Before Bong Joon-Ho took home the Oscars in Parasite, the South Korean director made Okja for Netflix.The film focuses on a young woman named Mija, who has served as caregiver and companion of the huge "supercerdo" called Okja in the mountains of South Korea.After a huge conglomerate is done with OKJA and the transport to New York, Mija undertakes a rescue mission to find her friend and stop the disastrous plans of the general director of the Corporation, obsessed with the image and performed by Tilda Swinton.Okja is easily one of the best Joon-ho films, but little attention has been paid since its premiere in 2017.That has to change.All to acclaim to the Supercerdo.


Rome is an impressive black and white drama set in the Mexico of the 70s about a woman named Cleo, the keys of a middle -class keys.There is a reason why this film won the a whopping of ten nominations in the 91st edition of the Academy Awards, became the first Mexican film to win the award for the best film in foreign language, the first film in a foreign languageIn winning the best film award, he won a second prize for the best director for Alfonso Cuarón, and became the first time a director won the Best Photography Award for his own movie.Do a favor to Cuarón and make sure you see this movie on the largest possible screen, because each frame is better than the previous one and deserves to be seen in all its glory.

And so far our selection for the best Netflix films, which you can see in December 2021.We will update the list little by little and as the months pass, so that you always have the best of the best selected for the platform.



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