These days on Netflix, you seem to be able to find documentaries about everything and anything, down to the most bizarre topics.
Headspace, an online health care company specialised in meditation, has signed a deal with Netflix to have three series promoting mental health on the streaming platform.
What happens when The Avengers is crossed with Spy Kids? The answer is the new Netflix original film, We can be heroes, which was released on Christmas Day this year on the streaming platform.
The Netflix series about chess player Beth Harmon is a global success. Here are nine things you need to know about the runaway hit.
Last week, Netflix released yet another original Christmas film, this time based in Brazil, where the holiday is celebrated in the summer.
Netflix offers an opportunity to escape from the ongoing crisis faced by the earth into “the galaxy far, far away” with the release of “Alien World”.
Two people twenty years apart connecting by a phone line over the weekend becomes the latest hit thriller from South Korea on Netflix, but that is not surprising, giving an outstanding story with a dramatic twist and amazing cinematography.
Netflix began the Christmas season with the disappointing Operation Christmas Drop, but the streaming platform made up for it last week with a musical fantasy film that closely resembles a Disney production.
A TV series about chess may sound boring, but under the direction of a two-time Oscar-nominated director and screenwriter combined with outstanding cinematography, it has become one of the most impressive series on Netflix this year.
Netflix has begun the Christmas season with “Operation Christmas Drop”, an American romantic-comedy that premiered over the weekend about a real-life military mission. Sound unique? Absolutely, except it is sweet, bland and nothing else.
The latest Netflix original K-drama Start-Up, with a massive level of inspiration and a talented cast, is something you should look forward to, especially if you dream of being an entrepreneur.
One thing that Netflix is very good at is turning historical events into binge-worthy dramas, from the Russian Revolution (The Last Czar) to the reign of Queen Elizabeth II (The Crown).
During the annual Moon Festival, the family happily make moon cakes for the whole village. However, not long after, Mama falls ill and passes away, leaving mourning Fei Fei a bunny, who she names Bungee.
After Adam Sandler’s Hubie Halloween, Netflix takes on Halloween season with another spooky film which, like the Sandman’s latest project, is nowhere near scary but still fun to watch.
Since the beginning of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, film buffs have imagined motion-picture projects featuring people’s struggles amid the hard times, and one has finally arrived even before the end of lockdown with the premiere of “Social Distance” on Netflix.
Netflix’s Halloween month has started with something funny: Happy Madison’s Hubie Halloween. Like many other Adam Sandler projects, it is not a critics’ darling, but many people on social media are saying the film has saved 2020.
Although some critics, and French people, have reacted badly to the latest Netflix original American comedy-drama series “Emily in Paris”, the show has had a very positive response from fans in general, who adore its combination of travel, fashion, comedy, romance and feminism.
If you are a big fan of the great detective Sherlock Holmes, you must know that he has a brother, Mycroft Holmes, a government official with abilities of deduction and knowledge exceeding those even of his brother.
The latest Netflix original horror thriller The Devil all the Way, an adaptation of American writer Donald Ray Pollock’s debut novel, has no lack of disturbing characters.
1922: A murder mystery involving a Nebraska farmer, his wife and his teenage son. Based on Stephen King’s 2010 horror novella.
Thriller #Alive has become a blockbuster in its home country, South Korea, and has taken the global number one spot on Netflix just two days after its online premiere.
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Millions of women around the world are not realising their dreams for countless reasons, from marriage and motherhood to societal pressure and pre-designated gender roles.
The latest Netflix feel-good comedy “Work It”, is definitely welcome amid the pandemic, but the played-out narrative, unfortunately, leaves it a little lacklustre.
The arrival of “Tiny Creatures” on Netflix proves that it is not impossible to shoot a documentary amid the pandemic. Unfortunately, the so-called nature documentary has drummed up controversy regarding its production.
Making its debut on Netflix in April last year, “Street Food” documented plenty of street gems across nine Asian countries.
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This series addresses issues of conservation while featuring desperate animals in their respective home regions, examining how climate change impacts all living creatures.
It very rarely happens, but the latest Netflix original “Fatal Affair” is a total flop in every sense of the word.