This week, Netflix will release new movies

This week, Netflix will release new movies ...

The first week of the season on Netflix, which includes two young people, showing off their feelings about the deceased. This is the film that will include interviews from the actors, while also deciding whether or not to have a good time. This is the first episode of The Minds of a Cat on Friday, August 14th. We hope to see more of it on Netflix. The following week, you will see some new movies on Netflix, starting this week, with a peek at the video.

We are coming to August, and many parts of the world have been stuck inside trying to get rid of the heat. Over the course of the next few days and weeks, there will be plenty of new movies on Netflix. We have released critically acclaimed films, documentaries, and much more on the streamer.

While Netflix might be making a short-term impact with some of its internal metrics, there is no doubt the platform is continuing to crank out new movies every week. This week, let's look at what's being offered across the world.

Emperor's Code Name

This is a Spanish-language thriller that relates to political unrest and entrapment. In this film, a man (Luis Tosar) is plotted to protect an arms dealer while also striving to frame a politician. However, these already blurred lines become even harder as he becomes closer to everyone involved. It ends up going south, predictably, and hell be forced to discover exactly what side he comes out on.

My father had just died.

The film I Just Killed My Dad is based on what Anthony Templet never said when he called 911. However, the title of the film, which he notes when he calls 911, is somewhat deepened and sinister. The prosecution and his father's plot are based on what he suggests.

The Nice Guys

Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe stars in this noir comedy about a shady private eye and a talented enforcer who set off to discover the truth about a missing lady. The Shane Black flick has a lot of charm and characterity in it this month, but this one may be the best it can offer.

Bank Robbers: The Last Great Heist

The last great heist, a part documentary, exposes a bank in Buenos Aires in 2006 that saw a group of assailants enter the premises, take hostages, and make off with millions of dollars. The film focuses on interviews from those who pulled it off, as well as action sequences that help to set the stage and explain how this whole thing went down.

Heartsong

Heartsong is a Turkish film about a musician who is hired to sing at a wedding only to fall in love with the bride. It is a romantic comedy with a twist that also shows how it plays right on the heartstrings. Will he be able to win over her or will the family be just a bit too much?

Office Invasion

This is a South African comedy that focuses on a few other comedy tropes of the past. A group of disillusioned employees is found at the mercy of a greedy business and corrupt and pretty terrible bosses. It turns out theres an even greater problem here. Specifically, the company has also been overrun by aliens which this trio now needs to dispatch. It's a silly, but entertaining film that has all the correct comedic beats.

Dope

Dope is a coming-of-age film about a group of young people who love doing everything from this day to time despite living in this century and a violent California neighborhood. Shameik Moore is the filmmaker and director of Dope, which scored 89 percent in Rotten Tomatoes, and it's easy to see why. Moore is an excellent figure in the role, as well as his producer/writer Rick Famuyiwa on a variety of issues.

Day Shift

Jamie Foxx is a vampire lover who works days as a pool cleaner while also hunting down the undead during the day. This JJ Perry film is a mix of action, comedy, blood, and guts that fill up the screen. These vampires are able to live among everyone else and have a set of skills that are a bit different than we previously described. Day Shift is a big hit as one of the most exciting new Netflix programs this week and this month.

13: The Musical

The Musical tells the story of Evan Goldman on the verge of being forced to return to rural Indiana because of his parents' split. He keeps an eye on the town while also making friends along the way. This one is certainly geared towards the pre-teen audience, many of whom will recognize the difficulties Evan encounters coming to a new home.

Learn to Swim

Learn to Swim was a crowd and critic favorite at the Toronto International Film Festival last year and was included in the top ten Canadian films for 2021. The film focuses on two jazz musicians, their struggles, and their relationship as well. This is the directororial debut for Thyrone Tommy, who played off the star turns for Thomas Antony Olajde and Emma Ferreira. This is for a certain filmmaker who wants a slower, but emotionally engaging film.

Endless Love

This is the same name's 2014 adaptation of the novel and 1981 film. Fans will recognize the latter for having starred Brooke Shields, who was at the height of her abilities during the summer. In this one, Gabriella Wilde and Alex Pettyfer are among the young lovers who develop a connection over the course of a summer. Although the youngsters might grasp on this one, critics did not. Rotten Tomatoes is currently at 16%.

Untold: The Girlfriend Who Wasn't Existing

There was a time when Manti Teo was the talk of the sports world when he went through a spectacular season at Notre Dame. But more than his performance was that it became a national story that he was deposed by someone into believing he had a sick girlfriend. This doc goes through the story and the consequences of Teo's disappearance.

Look Both Ways

Look Both Ways is one of those sliding doors/ what if films that take a point in time for a character and look at the two ways things might have gone in her life. This one particular is the moment when the character of Lili Reinharts takes a pregnancy test and how the results impact the course of life. The Netflix movie looks like it will play with a large crowd, and it appears to have sweet moments in her relationship with two different men depending on the timeline.

Inside the Minds of a Cat

Think about it all when a cat enters your living room and wants a back rub here or there? Well, read on to see why a cat behaves as they do, and why it has evolved certain beliefs about the animal over the years. Pet-lovers will love this one.

The Next 365 Days

This is a Polish film about a friendship between a young couple and a power-hungry wealthy man who wants to separate them. And he has the ability to do it for a year. The film is a erotic thriller and is based on a similar name, which is part of a trilogy by Blanka Lipinska.

The Revenge of Scar in Fullmetal Alchemist

This is a Japanese film and a sequel to Fullmetal Alchemist. Following the Elric brothers, this film looks like it follows a few of the action highlights and scripting that will appeal to a younger viewer.

This month, there are a variety of new movies on Netflix for just about every genre and movie interest. As always, be sure to keep updated every week for what appears to the streamer.

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