5 new Netflix movies to watch this weekend
By now, the mighty streaming service Netflix has been known to have content for just about everyone, from romantic comedies and documentaries to action thrillers and international movies. Netflix plans to spend $19 billion on original content in 2022 and plans to release 61 live-action movies in English. Netflix – which over the years has become synonymous with the term “binge-watching” – released its first original series, “House of Cards”, in 2013.
Netflix is certainly adding to its growing list of original content, including this month’s release of the documentary “White Hot: The Rise & Fall of Abercombie & Fitch.” The clothing brand was highly relevant during the height of mall culture in the late 90s to early 2000s, but fell apart after a few scandals.
Another track to check out is “Dancing on Glass,” which tells a story of suicide, pain, and growing friendship, while showcasing the art of ballet.
For those who love all things animation, have an interest in NASA, or just want to learn more about the 1969 moon landing, “Apollo 10 1/2: A Space Age Childhood” may be the place to go. the thing to watch this weekend.
In order to save time on the mindless scrolling and keep things fresh, Stacker offers a look at five films produced and released on Netflix that have been…