Merry Christmas!! I hope you are all well and that you have had a good Christmas Eve and that the atypical circumstances of this year have not dampened you these holidays.
I don’t know about you, but these days between lunch and dinner and staying and staying, there are days of simply wanting to stay at home and streaming platforms have plenty of content. Although it shows that it’s holidays, we have 33 series, movies and documentaries coming to Netflix, HBO, Filmin, Prime Video, Movistar +, Disney + and Atresplayer.
The sonorous signing of Shonda Rhymes is materialized in the first series of the production company for the platform: a period series that revolves around the appearance of pamphlets called the Lady Whistletown newspapers that blow up high society. One of the victims of the gossip queen’s sharp pen is Daphne bridgerton (Phoebe Dynevor), the eldest daughter of a powerful family
‘Physics or Chemistry: The reunion’
The Zurbarán students meet again ten years after the end of the series in a meeting consisting of two episodes, the first of which arrives this Sunday. The wedding of Yoli (Andrea Duro), now a respected business woman, brings the entire troop together with the old quarrels, piques and colleagues that this entails. Plus a secret that can spoil the party.
- Sunday at Atresplayer
Charlie Brooker and Anabelle Jones, responsible for ‘Black Mirror’, start to reel off this 2020 in a false documentary full of stars, among which we find Samuel L. Jackson, Hugh Grant, Kumail Nanjiani, Tracey Ullman, Samson Kayo, Lisa Kudrow, Diane Morgan, Leslie Jones, Cristin Milioti, Joe Keery.
The new from Pixar comes directly to Disney + without going through theaters. At least here in this part of the world. Pete Docter and Kemp Powers direct a film starring a music teacher who seeks to make the leap to dedicate himself to jazz. Unfortunately an accident will take you on an odyssey.
Robert Rodríguez returns to children’s / youth cinema this time for Netflix with a sequel to ‘The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D’ starring Priyanka Chopra, Pedro Pascal, Christian Slater, YaYa Gosselin, Boyd Holbrook, Christopher McDonald and Adriana Barraza among others.
Disney + (every Friday)
- ‘Physics or chemistry: The reunion’ (Sunday at Atresplayer)
- ‘Let’s FoQ’ (Sunday at Atresplayer)
Espinof recommends …
‘Mr. Link ‘on Netflix (Albertini)
The adventures of this bigfoot who, in his loneliness, wants an explorer to discover him. From the hand of Laika comes an animated film of these as stimulating as entertaining that managed to be nominated for best animated film at the Oscars 2020. Although it is true that the script is the link (the “link” if we joke with the title) weaker, the exceptional animation more than makes up for those shortcomings.
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