1. Mother of Blues
Set in the 1920s, the film tells the story of singer Ma Rainey and her struggle to control her music.
It is a drama starring Viola Davis and was the latest film to be produced by Chadwick Bosman (best known for his superhero role in Black Panther who passed away last year).
The chemistry between Davis and Bozeman is so impressive in this movie they performed dazzlingly (available on Netflix).
2. The soul
This Pixar animated movie tells the adventure of Joe Gardner, a music teacher who dreams of playing live in a legendary New York jazz club, and ends up in a magical place where he learns that dreams cannot be abandoned. A bar with a deep message for the whole family. (Available on Disney +).
3. Porat: The Next Documentary Film
A disrespectful comedy in which the famous and incorrect reporter from Kazakhstan returns, Porat Sagdiyev, who 14 years ago almost sparked a conflict between his country and the United States when he presented a satirical example of American life, wanting to achieve peace.
It’s actually a politics parody with strong humor and the impressive performance of Sacha Baron Cohen in the title role. (Available on Amazon Prime Video).
The screenwriter’s story for the popular classic movie Citizen Kane is told in black and white and the excellent performance of Gary Oldman, as a talented writer, but he also lives between excess and his love for the seventh art. (Available on Netflix).
5. The pursuit of justice
Michael B. Jordan as young lawyer Brian Stevenson, who is fighting a marathon battle for justice, taking on highly complex or negatively anticipated cases in a legal context. For fans of thrilling legal battles and courtroom suspense. (Available on HBO GO).
6. Fragments of a woman
An original production for the platform, which adapts well to net drama.
The couple (Martha and Shawn) face a tragedy, and in the process Martha is the one who suffers the most; A strained relationship with her mother and a difficult road to recovery from life. The movie puts on great performances by actresses Vanessa Kirby and Ellen Burstein. (Will be available on Netflix January 7.)
7. Unidos (onwards)
An animated adventure in which brothers Ian and Barley decide to embark on an adventure full of magic when trying to reconnect with their father, but this experience will not be so easy.
It contains a balanced amount of excitement and fun, but is also a bit moving. (Disney +).
8. Mafalda: The Movie
Greetings to Quino, the creator of this smart and ruthless girl, who left us this year.
The production captures Mafalda’s dreams for a better world, as well as collecting some animated short films that recount her life and the adventures of her friends. (Available on Amazon Prime).
9. Good day in the neighborhood
Tom Hanks plays Fred Rogers, a popular presenter of a children’s television show who provides a life lesson to a journalist tasked with writing an article about it. (It can be seen on HBO GO).
10. Super Kids
When the alien invaders kidnap Earth’s superheroes, their children will have to work together to save their parents. And the whole world.
This is the plot of this whole family movie as director Robert Rodriguez remembers why he was the architect of a very famous story: Spy Kids. (Netflix).
11. Bombshell (Amazon Prime Video)
12. Mulan (Disney +)
13. Tell me who I am (HBO GO)
14. The Minimalist: Less is Now (Netflix, Documentary)
15 I am your woman (Amazon Prime Video)
16. Against the Impossible (Disney +)
17. Joker (HBO GO)
18 Mad Max: Fury Road (Netflix)
19. Malicious Game (Amazon Prime Video)
20. Black Beauty (Disney +).
21 – Harriet (HBO GO)
22- Mandy (APP FOX y Netflix)
23- American Gangs (Starzplay)
24. Under the Skin Lake (Amazon Prime Video)
25.Bad Boys Forever (HBO GO)
26- Once a snowman (Disney +)
27.Young Adult (Amazon Prime Video)
28 Jane (Disney +)
29.Three announcements of crime (APP Fox)
30. Same (Amazon Prime Video, available January 8).
31- Emma (HBO GO)
32. Midnight sky
33. A Star Is Born (Amazon Prime Video)
34 Mono (Netflix).
35. Tom and Jerry: The Movie (Netflix)
36. Unfortunately Stories (Amazon Prime Video)
37. Evan Alone (Disney Plus, available January 22)
38.1917 (HBO GO)
39 Ray (STARZPLAY)
40. Avengers: Infinite Wars (Disney +).
41, Cops and Robbers (short film, Netflix)
42. The Voice of Equality (HBO GO)
43. Pets 2 (HBO GO)
44. Once Upon a Time in America (Amazon Prime Video)
45. Purl (short animated film, Disney +)
46. Paris, Texas (Amazon Prime Video)
47. Borning: Asphalt on Fire (Netflix)
48. Boro (Disney + short film)
49.Once in … Hollywood (HBO GO)
50- The Connector (Netflix)
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