A new month not only means a new start, but also new reasons to procrastinate from all of our responsibilities. Yay! We can see the number of movies and TV shows available to stream continues grow at an impressive rate. So open up your diaries and start marking down some dates! Obviously they are infinitely more important than your assignment due date or work function date.
Here’s What’s In Store For Netflix…
Colossal (March 1) – a darkly funny movie starring Anne Hathaway as an alcoholic writer. Her blackouts are somehow connected to a rampaging creature in Seoul. This movie includes a Godzilla-like monster and a love triangle. What else could you want?
Hereditary (March 5) – Toni Collette delivers an unforgettable performance as a haunted woman in this horror flick about family, grief and legacy. This was one of the most well-known movies of 2018, and will also be featured on Foxtel Now.
The Descendants (March 10) – George Clooney is a lawyer trying to juggle the expectations of his family and multi-million dollar parcel of land. Shailene Woodley performs remarkably as one of his daughters in this Alexander Payne dramedy.
Turn Up Charlie (March 15) – this TV show stars and is co-created by Idris Elba. He stars as a struggling DJ and bachelor, who becomes a nanny to his best friend’s spoilt brat daughter. Piper Perabo and JJ Feild will also star.
Jackie (March 20) – this wonderful biopic of Jackie Kennedy following the assassination of her husband. It has one of the most evocative scores in a movie in recent years and an Oscar-nominated performance by Natalie Portman.
Some others to look forward to: Jurassic Park Trilogy, Mamma Mia!, Friends with Benefits, Annabelle, Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs, Blade Runner: Theatrical Cut, Schindler’s List, Tully, Peaky Blinders: Season 4, Lincoln, Suits: Season 7.
And For All The Stan Lovers…
Moneyball (March 1) – the Oakland A baseball team’s general manager Billy Beane’s successful attempt to assemble a baseball team on a lean budget by employing computer-generated analysis to acquire new players. Both Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill deliver Oscar-nominated performances.
Solo: A Star Wars Story (March 3) – the story of how Han Solo meets his future co-pilot Chewbacca and encounters Lando Calrissian years before joining the Rebellion and saving the galaxy.
Now Apocalypse (March 10): this series explores identity, sexuality and creativity among a group of young people in Los Angeles. The main character, Ulysses, is experiencing weird dreams which make him paranoid a conspiracy is looming.
Zombieland (March 16) – a tough guy finding the last Twinkie, a student trying to reach out to his family, and sisters trying to get an amusement park to join forces to travel across a zombie-filled America. Oh and the best part? Bill Murray, of course.
Billions: Season 4 (March 18) – Set in the world of New York finance and politics, the power games have shifted now. Bobby and Chuck are going to need each other because the enemies are numerous and they’re circling.
Some others to look forward to: Charlie’s Angel, Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle, Big Daddy, Zombieland, Whiplash, Flight Plan.
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