July 28, 2021

Movie Guide – Netflix, Prime Video and Darkflix premieres of the week

Movie Guide. This week’s premieres include a film about solo parenthood, MTV Acoustic and a comedy about recovering inheritances.

Paternity – 06/18/

Where: Netflix

What to expect: Based on a grief story the drama starring Kevin Hart tells the story of a man who, after losing his wife, starts to face single parenthood.

Tip: indication of something available in streaming that dialogue with the title

MTV Unplugged – BTS – 18/06

Where: Prime Video/Paramount +

What to expect: One of MTV’s hits is back, this time featuring the South Koreans BTS singing their hits in an acoustic version.

Tip: indication of something available in streaming that dialogue with the title

Luccas Neto: 2 Very Weird Nannies – 06/21/

Image: Disclosure/Netflix

Where: Netflix

What to expect: Luccas and Gi are at home, being taken care of by two very strange nannies. The pair then discover that the caregivers have an evil plan and need to come up with an attack to save a diamond hidden by its parents who are surprisingly secret agents.

Tip: indication of something available in streaming that dialogue with the title

King Kong Contra Godzilla – 23/06

Where: Darkflix

What to expect: This 1963 classic was the first film to put the two iconic movie monsters to duel. Likewise, it was the first time that the Japanese monster appeared in color to the public. In the movie a submarine hits an iceberg releasing Godzilla, who was frozen. A scientist then decides to capture King Kong to have his ‘pet monster’. Obviously the plans go awry and the creatures go into battle of epic proportions.

Tip: indication of something available in streaming that dialogue with the title

The House of Flowers – 06/23/

Image: Disclosure/Netflix

Where: Netflix

What to expect: In an attempt to rescue an ancient treasure, the De La Mora brothers create an invasion plan to enter the family’s former home.

Tip: indication of something available in streaming that dialogue with the title

Stay tuned every Friday for Music Non Stop’s movie guide, with everything that debuts on major streaming services.

Yasmine Evaristo

Visual artist, draftsman, majoring in Letters – Publishing Technologies. Film researcher, mainly in the fantastic genre, as well as representation and representation of black people in cinema. Devotee of the holy trinity Tarkovski-Kubrick-Lynch.