It's no surprise that Bridgerton's second season, but a? Every now and then, a random film that few paid attention to when it was released tops the charts. It happened to, featuring Chris Hemsworth. It's now a Halle Berry thriller from 2013, much to the surprise of Halle Berry herself.
The Call, a film directed by Oscar-winning actress, features a LAPD 9-1-1 operator who receives a call from a youngster (Abigail Breslin) who was kidnapped. It actually made some money in a relatively different context that didn't ignore R-rated one-off thrillers, like people are currently doing to. However, some believed it was a solid genre picture that was intuitive with a simple B-movie assumption (that appears to be headlined
Despite its appearance atop the Netflix Top 10, on the day she went on the streamer, left its own star confused.
...and so is "The Call" the no. 1 movie on the market right now, nearly ten years after its release. Is it acceptable for you?
Halle Berry (@halleberry)
'The Call' is the #1 free movie on @netflix right now, almost 10 years after it's [sic] release,' Berry writes on Twitter. "I'm sure you get the hang of it...."
It's unclear if Berry does not see The Call as a franchise guide. Frankly, neither can we. In an age when most people going to multiplexes almost always see franchise fare, it's heartening to know that the masses will still give a chance to modest films that aren't part of some Cinematic Universe, even if they're only in the comfort of their own homes. Perhaps the next random film to top the Netflix charts will be [spins a wheel featuring every movie