Netflix: the 7 best movies so far in 2021

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The 2020 It was not an easy year for the cinema, since the Coronavirus pandemic forced to close cinemas in the world, and in some places they are still under lock and key. This year, which has only lasted two months, continues in the same way, with many premieres opting to launch through the streaming service Netflix, in addition to those that are exclusive. We already have great titles that captivated the public and that is why in Spoiler we bring you the 7 best movies so far. Look at the list!

+ Top 7 best Netflix movies in 2021, so far:

1. News from the big world

Directed by: Paul Greengrass

Protagonists: Tom Hanks, Helena Zengel, Elizabeth Marvel, Mare Winningham

Captain Kidd guides young Johanna, who years ago was taken in by Native Americans, on an arduous journey home.

2. The Excavation

Directed by: Simone Stone

Protagonists: Carey Mulligan, Ralph Fiennes, Lily James, Johnny Flynn

A movie about the true story of the Sutton Hoo archaeological find in 1939 doesn’t seem like the most interesting concept in the world. The costumes, the hairdresser and the locations take anyone back to that 1939 of an England that was preparing for World War II.

3. Bajocero

Directed by: Lluis Quilez

Protagonists: Javier Gutiérrez Álvarez, Patrick Criado, Álex Monner, Karra Elejalde

Martín is the driver of an armored police van that transports a group of prisoners in the middle of the night. Suddenly the police car that was escorting them disappears and chaos begins to reign.

4. Malcolm & Marie

Directed by: Sam Levinson

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Protagonists: Zendaya, John David Washington

Malcolm, a film director on the verge of success, and Marie, an actress without a job, are a couple who always find the slightest excuse to argue until exhaustion.

5. Fragments of a woman

Directed by: Kornél Mundruczó

Protagonists: Vanessa Kirby, Shia LaBeouf, Ellen Burstyn, Molly Parker

The life of a couple is transformed after losing their baby during a home birth following the negligence committed by a midwife, who is denounced in court.

6. Moxie

Directed by: Amy Poehler

Protagonists: Josephine Langford, Patrick Schwarzenegger, Hadley Robinson, Amy Poehler

Vivian Carter experiences a social awakening that leads her to unleash a true revolution in high school. Inspired by her mother’s activist past and fed up with sexism at school, she decides to publish a feminist brochure that she begins to distribute anonymously.

7. Crazy about her

Directed by: Dani of the Order

Protagonists: Susana Abaitua, Álvaro Cervantes, Luis Zahera, Aixa Villagrán

After meeting and spending a night with Carla, the girl of his dreams, Adri discovers that she has escaped from a mental hospital.


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