We don’t know who will have stolen the month of April from us, but the truth is that there are only a few days left to welcome May. For this reason, at Espinof we wanted to review 4 high-quality movies leaving Netflix at the end of April in case you want to take a look at them while they remain in their catalogue.
Out of the review I have chosen to leave all the deliveries of ‘Mission Impossible’, which also disappear from Netflix when April ends, but I could perfectly recommend any of them with the exception of the second part. And if none of the ones you find below appeals to you too much, we also have recommendations for awesome streaming horror movies, powerful erotic movies or great space science fiction movies available on platforms. And we also have a review of the best Netflix movies of 2022 so far.
Direction: Matt Ross. Distribution: Viggo Mortensen, George MacKay, Samantha Isler, Annalize Basso, Nicholas Hamilton, Shree Crooks, Charlie Shotwell, Kathryn Hahn, Trin Miller, Steve Zahn, Elijah Stevenson, Teddy Van Ee, Erin Moriarty, Missi Pyle, Frank Langella, Ann Dowd
A refreshing film that explores how a family can get ahead on the margins of the conventional. With a successful cast led by a solvent and delivered Viggo Mortensen, ‘Captain Fantastic’ is a very charming film that invites you to reflect a bit -I doubt that anyone will ever think the same about the word interesting once seen-. After seeing it, I recommend you take a look at the talk we had with its protagonist and its director on the occasion of its theatrical release.
Review of ‘Captain Fantastic’
‘In the line of fire’
Direction: Wolfgang Petersen. Distribution: Clint Eastwood, John Malkovich, René Russo, Dylan McDermott, Gary Cole, Fred Dalton Thompson, John Mahoney, Tobin Bell
One of the most emblematic thrillers of the 90s, in which there is no lack of scenes of great tension – pay attention especially to that chase through the roof of several buildings -, but one of its greatest strengths is the conversations between the characters interpreted by some very inspired Clint Eastwood Y John Malkovichbut I also don’t want to forget Petersen’s precise staging work.
Review of ‘In the Line of Fire’
‘The arrival’ (‘Arrival’)
Direction: Denis Villeneuve. Distribution: Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner, Forest Whitaker, Michael Stuhlbarg, Mark O’Brien, Nathaly Thibault, Pat Kiely, Joe Cobden, Tzi Ma, Julian Casey, Larry Day, Russell Yuen, Abigail Pniowsky
I already warned you a few days ago that this sensational film by Denis Villeneuve I was going to leave Netflix at the end of the month, but it never hurts to remember it once again. After all, it is one of the masterpieces of science fiction cinema so far in the 21st century, in which special emphasis is placed on the importance of communication. Everything in it borders on a high level and I have serious doubts that its director will reach this level again.
Review of ‘The Arrival’
Direction: Danny DeVito. Distribution: Mara Wilson, Danny DeVito, Rhea Perlman, Embeth Davidtz, Pam Ferris, Brian Levinson, Paul Reubens, Tracey Walter, Jean Speegle Howard, Sara Magdalin, RD Robb, Gregory R. Goliath, Fred Parnes
An unforgettable comedy aimed at children but treating them with respect and without forgetting that the rest of the family is probably watching it too. In fact, here perhaps the adults have a better time than the children, since this adaptation of the Roald Dahl story has an unusual energy in this type of production and also knows how to give and maintain the right tone to squeeze it. Surprisingly twisted and well-chosen cast, especially Mary Wilsonwhose contribution is also essential.