There are countless new Netflix movies and Netflix series every month. It’s hard to keep up with them all, which is why we want to list the best new movies and TV shows on Netflix. Here’s what’s new on Netflix in July!
Netflix comes with a remake of one of the UK’s greatest classics: Persuasion, after Jane Austen’s book of the same name. In this version, Dakota Johnson plays Anne Elliot, who at a young age was persuaded not to marry the love of her life, a poor soldier. What follows is years of longing and the constant dormant feeling of missing something. Will the two lovers still find each other?
How to Change Your Mind
Scientists have been experimenting with this for years: the effect of different drugs on the brain. In some cases, these substances are used as a trial for the treatment of mental disorders, for example. However, there is still a large stigma attached to drug use in the medical (and recreational) sense.
This is the sequel to this documentary. This section examines the history of psychedelics, including LSD, psilocybin, and MDMA. Michael Pollan plays the lead role in the documentary. He had previously written a book on the subject by the same name.
As a CIA agent, it’s never good to hang up the organization’s dirty laundry. That’s exactly what happens in The Gray Man. The agent known back then as the Sierra Six becomes the number one target after uncovering some dark secrets of the CIA.
This thrilling thriller features a big star cast including Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans, Ana de Armas and Billy Bob Thornton. And fun fact: With a production budget of $200 million, this is the most expensive Netflix Original movie ever made.
DB Cooper: Where are you?!
One of America’s greatest mysteries is featured in this documentary. DB Cooper jumped out of a plane in the 1970s with a bag of stolen money and was never seen again. Who he actually was and where he lives today is still a mystery to many. This documentary takes a closer look at the mystery and information known since his murder and disappearance.
Thirteen Hours That Saved England
Thirteen Hours That Saved Britain is a documentary about the Battle of Britain on 15 September 1940. This day left its mark on the future of the country. This war began on 10 July 1940 and was finally repelled in October. On September 15, however, this war came to a point where a bloody battle was fought entirely in midair between the British and the Germans. Through the use of archival material, we look at a war that turned out to be decisive for Britain.
Source: Computer Totaal
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