We arrived at the end of the penultimate week of April, the post-Easter weekend, and with time again giving war in case you wanted to take advantage and go outside taking advantage of the spring sun. Whether you are going to escape or if you are going to stay at home, the VOD platforms give you up to 20 premieres for the weekend that we are going to review.
HBO Max brings season 2 of The Flight Attendant: Cassie Bowden (Kaley Cuoco) is living her best sober life in Los Angeles while working as a CIA agent in her spare time. But when an assignment abroad leads her to unwittingly witness a murder, she becomes entangled in yet another international intrigue. And we remind you that we have the biggest premiere of the year in terms of VOD platforms in Spain -and practically in the world. because if you have hbomax, since last monday You can now see The Batman, the latest theatrical version of the dark knight.
And the cryptic -and dividing- TENETthe latest work by Christopher Nolan that premiered in the midst of a pandemic and arrives on HBO with its trademark fragmented narration and with a Robert Pattinson who doubles with his The Batman in the same week, putting himself under the orders of precisely Nolan, signer of the lauded Batman trilogy with Christian Bale.
On Netflix we have the LGBTQ+ teen-themed series Heart stopper. Y let yourself go: The summer before college, the formal Auden meets the mysterious Eli. Night after night, he helps her enjoy her youth in a way unknown to her.
At Movistar + we continue with the LGBTQ + content and we have the sacrilegious-erotic-religious delusions of the always iconoclastic and willing to shake consciences (and controversies) Paul Verhoeven in Benedetta, with a delirious fresco about apocryphal divine visions -and for a very sacrilegious sector- and lesbian nuns that has divided the whole world.
In Amazon Prime Video we have Better days, which follows the process of overcoming five characters who meet in a peculiar grief therapy for parents who have lost their partner. The series recounts the hard times that result from the loss of a loved one, optimistically showing how, despite the wounds, sooner or later it is possible to laugh again, love and, above all, live again.
Netflix series for April 2022
Netflix movies for April 2022
let yourself go
Netflix documentaries for April 2022
Sunset: The Golden Mile, Season 5
HBO Max series for April 2022
THE FLIGHT ATTENDANT. Season 2
HBO Max movies for April 2022
Movistar+ movies for April 2022
Premieres by M+ (dial 30). Morbid, subversive, sensual, provocative, critical, erotic, satirical… all this and much more is this film about a 17th century nun and her sexual ecstasy, which shook the foundations of the Catholic Church at the time. As provocative as ever, Paul Verhoeven brings us a fresh raving about apocryphal divine visions and lesbian nuns that has divided the world.
Clean. unpublished cinema
Premieres by M+ (dial 30). Adrien Brody stars, produces, co-writes the script (with director Paul Solet) and even writes the music for this action thriller with social overtones. Set in deep America, this murky fable of revenge tells the story of Clean (Brody), a peaceful garbage man with a dark past who, although he seeks peace and redemption, ends up headed back down the path of fury.
Amazon Prime Video series and movies for April 2022
In the court of the little prince
Disney+ movies for April 2022
Le Mans 66
The devil’s lawyer
A madman on the loose in Hollywood
Disney+ documentaries for April 2022
Explorer: Alex Honnold in the Amazon
My Big Little Farm: The Return
Polar Bear: how it was made
Filmin movies for April 2022
Mia and Moi
Ricardo Gómez, Bruna Cusí and Eneko Sagardoy are the protagonists of this camera drama and effervescent tension about grief and family secrets.
A banker from Geneva travels to Argentina in the midst of a dictatorship to replace his partner, the subject of the most disturbing rumors, and who disappeared overnight.
Filmin documentaries for April 2022
Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck in Time
Almost 8 years after his death, Kurt Vonnegut remains one of the most popular literary figures of the 20th and 21st centuries. This documentary traces his extraordinary life and his friendship of more than 25 years with the film’s director, Robert B. Weide (“Larry David”).