This week on Netflix: 7 legendary movies to watch!

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While we are not obliged to leave the house for social isolation as part of the fight against the Corona virus, we are here with a video this week on a new Netflix. We take a closer look at 7 amazing movies you can watch on Netflix.

Similarly to the video we shared earlier, we deal with the content of the films in general terms. You can watch this video, which we did not give any spoilers, with peace of mind. In addition, we would like to remind you that you can reach our La Casa De Papel season 4 review by clicking the link below.

7 legendary movies you can watch this week on Netflix!

7 – Scarred Face – Scarface
We see Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer, who gave life to the legendary Tony Montano character in the film, whose screenplay was written by Oliver Stone. The IMDB score of the film, which left its mark with its lines and impressive finale, is 8.3.

Antonio “Tony” Montana is the movie character played by Al Pacino in the film Wounded Face, which was screened by Brian De Palma in 1983. The film describes how they live in the drug world entered by Tony Montana, a Cuban political criminal who came to the United States.

6 – V for Vendetta
James McTeigue sits in the director’s chair of the V for Vendetta, adapted from the comic book to the cinema, when the Wachowski brothers come to mind when it comes to the Matrix series. Larry and Andy Wachowski are the screenwriters of the film, which was released in March 2006 in our country.

The film takes place in England in 2020: The IMDb score of the film, which left its mark with its dialogues, music and impressive finale, is 8.2.

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5 – Auto Orange
Stanley Kubrick’s masterpiece, Automatic Orange, was released in our country on March 15, 1996. Adapted from the book of the same name, the 1971 film deals with the concepts of violence, crime and punishment in a very different way. Production of IMDb 8.3

4 – Cheap Novel
Quentin Tarantino is a film that has been nominated for an Academy Award in 7 categories including Cheap Novel, Best Film, and managed to receive the Best Original Screenplay Oscar.

The legendary dance scene of the film, which is one of the best examples of its kind, is frequently encountered today. The film’s IMDb score is 8.8.

3 – Green Road
Film number three is again a book adaptation. Michael Clarke Duncan plays the lead role in this magnificent production, as Tom Hanks portrayed guard Paul and the prisoner of death, John Coffey, who was brought to prison.

The film’s IMDb score is 8.6, impressively telling us about prejudices and that everything is not as it seems.

2 – The Cost of Captivity
Telling the story of the world that two prisoners, Andy and Red, set behind bars, Esaretin Bedeli is a 1994 American drama film directed and directed by Frank Darabont, starring Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman.

Similar to the next movie, the movie The Bondage has the signature of Stephen King. The film’s IMDb score is 9.3

1 – Interstellar
Successful productions that should definitely be watched in 7 films on this list. Newer than the previous ones on the top of our list: Christopher Nolan’s epic science fiction movie Interstellar, or Interstellar in Turkish. Starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain and Michael Caine.

The film’s IMDb score is 8.6.


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