Earlier this week, Netflix dropped an official trailer for Kanye West’s upcoming documentary titled jeen-yuhs. It is set to release in mid-February and will cover over 20 years of the hip-hop artist’s personal life and career.
In the 2021 thriller titled Till Death, audiences follow a woman handcuffed to her dead husband. He orchestrated a sick revenge plot for his wife’s infidelity. Stuck in the middle of a snowy wonderland, she must figure out a way to survive while two killers are after her.
his 2019 thriller film follows a group of influential individuals in the Los Angeles contemporary art scene. One day, an old man passes away and a member of the group comes across his extensive, hidden artwork.
Released in 2021, Zola is a movie based on a true story told through a string of Twitter posts. The plot follows a dancer named Zola on a chaotic road trip to Florida.
The Big Short is based on true events related to the 2008 Financial Crisis. In the mid-2000s, a small group of investors bet against, or shorted, the United States mortgage market. Considered an extremely risky investment at the time, the investors performed research where they found the market to be fraudulent and corrupt.
The film follows two recently orphaned girls, Meg and Susan, who are placed in the care of their aunt, Ruth, who’s deranged and becomes increasingly sadistic. One day, Meg befriends a boy in the neighbourhood, David, which triggers a series of rationalized abuse and torture involving many people in the community.
Promising Young Woman is a movie that follows the story of a victim and bystander of sexual abuse. Cassie, an almost thirty-year-old medical school drop out, is emotionally scarred by a traumatic event involving male medical students and her childhood friend, Nina.
The Hangover follows three men after they wake up from a wild bachelor’s party in Las Vegas only to find the groom is missing. Not remembering anything from the night before, the men trace their steps in Sin City to find their friend.
The Devil Wears Prada was released in 2006. The film was directed by David Frankel and written by Aline Brosh McKenna. Although, the original story came from Lauren Weisberger’s book by the same title, published in 2003.
Leaving Las Vegas is a story about Ben Sanderson, played by Nicolas Cage, a troubled alcoholic. With his life in shambles, Ben decides to move to Las Vegas and drink himself to death. Shortly after his arrival, Ben meets Sera, played by Elisabeth Shue, a local prostitute with some issues of her own.