Tuesday, April 9

What movies to watch this weekend on Prime Video, Netflix and Movistar Plus+: the second installment of Venom, one by Christopher Nolan and the end of the world at the hands of Bong Joon-ho



Once again and like every Friday, we come loaded with cinematographic novelties that we are going to recommend for this last weekend of April. Prepare popcorn here we come with 3 recommendations from Prime Video, HBO Max and Movistar Plus +.

The end of April has already arrived and if you are still a little short on plans for the weekend or, although the sun is shining (at least in Madrid), you don’t feel like going out too much, luckily for you, your favorite streaming platforms will be happy to keep you company.

That is why we come with 3 recommendations from Prime Video, HBO Max and Movistar Plus+ so that at least the time passes a little faster enjoying good cinema.

Today we come with two recent releases on platforms and one, as always, of our own recommendation. In this case we bring you Tenet, a film by Christopher Nolan (which means get comfortable because curves are coming), the second part of Venom and director Bong Joon-ho with his interpretation of the end of the world.

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Tenet (2020), HBO Max

After having a near-death experience, an unnamed CIA agent known as the Protagonist is selected to join the ranks of the dark government organization called Tenet, a group tasked with ensuring the survival of the human race.

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We will embark on a race against the clock, in which our protagonist (never better said), You will have to face cutting-edge technology and an imminent attack in the future. All of this will lead him to the villainous Russian oligarch, Sator.

Together with his enigmatic new partner, Neil, they must run if they want to save the world. From April 23 it is completely free on HBO Max.

Venom 2: there will be slaughter (2021), Movistar Plus +

Movie from the DC comics universe and the second part of the acclaimed Venom, in which with a large dose of action you can discover what happens to one of the most striking enemies that exist in the history of these visual creations.

In this case, Eddie Brock will continue to struggle to adjust to his new life as a host to the alien Venom symbiote, which gives him superhuman abilities. However, he will not have it so easy. when he comes face to face with another of his own kind, Carnagewho takes up residence on the body of a serial killer that Eddie has interviewed.

It is available from April 29 on Movistar Plus +.

If you like series like Friends, The Sopranos or Game of Thrones, HBO Max has these and many more in its catalog.

Snowbreaker (2013), Prime Video

Based on the French graphic novel La Transperceneige, Snowbreaker by Bong Joon-ho. The story begins in the not too distant future. humanity launches a last attempt to stop the spread of global warming once and for all.

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Logically the plan fails, how could it be otherwise, and the world plunges into a new ice age that causes the extinction of all forms of life. Before all this happens, Wilford Build a high-speed luxury train that can go around the world without stopping or being affected by the weather outside.

This is where the craziness comes in, as the train is inhabited with the rich living comfortably in the front carriages, while the poor and downtrodden masses are stuck in the back.

This film is going to offer us exciting images, ranging from the desolate landscape outside to a life-size aquarium. A film with great high drama where some phrases can leave you cold (never better said): “I know what people taste like and I know that babies taste better”.

Despite being from 2013, in 2020 its director, who we remember has also directed Parasites, announced a new Netflix original series based on this film. The link to the movie is here.

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