COVID-19 continues to do its thing in our country, so the safest option to avoid contagion today is still staying at home.
To help you continue to survive the quarantine, today we recommend three popular movies available on Netflix, which promise stories, adventures, action, laughter and, above all, a good time in front of the screen.
2004 – Dir: Eduardo Pinto
In a country corrupted by poverty, Pablo (Matías Desiderio) and Mario (Brian Maya) are best friends and neighborhood thieves. Despite belonging to very different social groups, the two friends help each other by committing small crimes that allow Pablo to maintain his family and Mario to become independent from it.
In a return of destiny, and due to a certain innocence, the two friends are involved in an express kidnapping that ends in tragedy, thus damaging the friendship between them. This tragedy triggers and unmasks a series of events, including the romance between Mario and Juliet (Manuela Pal), Pablo’s sister. This ends up confronting them by unleashing their true feelings of love and hate, putting their true loyalty and integrity to the test.
Gods of egypt
2016 – Dir: Alex Proyas
Set (Gerard Butler), the god of darkness, has seized the throne of Egypt after attacking King Horus (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) and sentence him to exile. Once in power, Egypt is transformed into chaos and conflict, and everyone has decided to become its slaves.
But King Horus is unwilling to give up his reign, so with the help of the deadly hero Bek (Brenton Thwaites), who in return asks him to give life back to his beloved Zaya (Courtney Eaton), will try to stop the evil man’s plans.
Thus, the god and the mortal will face endless dangers, including giants and sphinxes, in order to regain the peace and tranquility of Egypt.
2015 – Dir: Jeremy Garelick
Doug Harris (Josh Gad) is an adorable but socially isolated groom with a problem: he doesn’t have a best man for his wedding.
When there are less than two weeks to marry the girl of your dreams (Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting), Doug refers to Jimmy Callahan (Kevin Hart), owner and CEO of Best Man, Inc., a company that provides flattering sponsors for socially isolated and desperate men. What follows is a hilarious wedding cartoon, as the hoax is yet to be discovered. Also, an unexpected friendship arises between Doug and his fake godfather Jimmy.
It is the first feature film he has directed Jeremy Garelick.