In September, Netflix renewed its catalog once again, adding more than 70 new titles to the lineup. Considering only the films, Bula put together in a list the ten novelties that are unmissable. As for the original content of the streaming service, the most awaited features are “Enola Holmes” (2020), by Harry Bradbeer, which tells the story of Sherlock Holmes's younger sister; and “O Diabo de Cada Dia” (2020), by Antonio Dias, a Gothic thriller that has aroused curiosity for the dark plot. In addition to these, some classics will also be added to Netflix, such as “Django Livre” (2012), directed by Quentin Tarantino. The films were organized according to the year of release.
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On the morning of her 16th birthday, Enola Holmes discovers that her mother has disappeared without a trace. After a free and loving childhood, she is under the care of her brothers, who threaten to send her to boarding school. Determined to find her mother, Enola flees to London, where she discovers a major conspiracy behind the disappearance. She becomes a brilliant detective, overcoming the famous brother, Sherlock Holmes.
Despite having doubts about their relationship, a young woman travels to meet her boyfriend's parents, Jake. Upon arriving at their farm, she begins to feel strange and finds the in-laws' behavior bizarre. But in spite of this, she cannot leave, as a snowstorm strikes the region. Stuck on the spot, she starts to question everything she thought about her boyfriend and herself.
Wendy, a young mother who works at a fast food restaurant, discovers that she has supernatural powers that have been suppressed by the medication she has taken all her life. Then, she realizes that her co-worker, Elmar, also has paranormal abilities. Together, Wendy and Elmar find other people just like them. But, these mutants still don't know what to do with their superpowers.
The story takes place in the 1960s, in a rural Ohio community, and follows several peculiar characters who have been affected by the war in different ways. Chief among them, Willard Russell, is a veteran tormented for failing to save his wife from death. His son, Arvin Eugene, grows up trying to become a good man, but ends up being hit by the violence that dominates the city.
In 1971, Kat Graham, owner of The Washington Post, is about to launch the company's shares on the Stock Exchange. Ben Bradlee, editor-in-chief, is looking for impactful news that will make the newspaper rise in the news market. That's when he has access to secret Pentagon documents, which reveal government lies about the US participation in the Vietnam War. Now, Ben needs to convince Kat about the importance of publishing the story.
Christine McPherson is a teenager who lives in Sacramento, California, and calls herself "Lady Bird". She is in her last year of high school and says that her dream is to enter a prestigious university, preferably in a big city, and to leave Sacramento. But, Christine's family faces many financial difficulties and her mother says she will not support her in moving.
Rhiannon, a 16-year-old girl, falls in love with a spirit called A, who inhabits a different person every day. The two meet when A wakes up in the body of Justin, Rhiannon's careless boyfriend. Initially, she believes that Justin has become a better person, but the next day finds out that he has returned to who he was. So, A uses another body to tell Rhiannon the truth and proposes that they continue to meet, despite this great difficulty.
In the 1950s, Reynolds Woodcock is a renowned stylist who works alongside his sister, Cyril, to dress up big names in the British elite. His inspiration comes from women who come and go in his life constantly. But, everything changes when he meets the intelligent waitress Alma, who becomes his muse and lover. Despite loving Woodcock, Alma does not accept his systematic and aggressive way.
Django is a former slave who lived in the southern United States in the period before the American Civil War. Endowed with a remarkable hunting talent, he forms an alliance with Schultz, a bounty hunter who is in search of the Brittle killer brothers. Django agrees to go after the criminals with the hunter, as long as Shcultz helps him find his wife, Broomhilda, who was bought by a farmer years ago.
Cady was educated in Africa by scientist parents. When they return to the USA, she needs to study at a regular school, where she is amazed at the fame of the Powers, a group of girls led by the beautiful and cruel Regina George. Despite being warned to avoid them, Cady ends up having a conversation with them, who decide to invite her to be one of the powerful ones. Cady accepts, with the initial objective of taking revenge for Regina's evils, but soon ends up being dazzled by the privileges that popularity brings.