4 movies grooving on Netflix this weekend


Have you chosen what to watch this weekend on Netflix? If not yet, how about checking out these four tips we selected for your start of the week. There are 4 movies that have just arrived on Netflix and it’s worth checking out these novelties in the catalog. Among the highlights are two Brazilian productions with “O Banquet” e “Kill-me Please”. a terror with “Corpse” and a Spanish thriller with “Perfect Enemy”. Let’s check out more about the movies listed? So come, prepare a snack and a cozy corner to watch these movies.

Please Kill Me, Anita Rocha da Silveira (2015)


kill me please

“Mate-me por favor” takes place in Rio de Janeiro, in Barra da Tijuca, and follows the routine of a fifteen-year-old girl named Bia and her 25-year-old brother, João. The film portrays the problems of youth, where a wave of murders sweeps through the neighborhood. Facts that lead a group of girls to develop a morbid obsession with the victims. Bia, after a brush with death, does everything she can to make sure she’s alive.

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Perfect Enemy, Kike Maillo (2020)

perfect enemy
perfect enemy

In the Spanish production directed by Kike Maílo, Inimiga Perfeita tells the story of a famous architect Jeremy (Tomasz Kot) who meets a Texel woman (Athena Strater) at the Paris airport, while waiting for his flight at the airport he himself designed. The woman insistently wants to tell him a sinister life story, in which Jeremy’s present and past mix, which ends up making the encounter terrifying.

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The Banquet, Daniela Thomas (2018)

OR Banquet
OR Banquet

“O Banquete” is a Brazilian drama that takes place at a time of great political tension in Brazil, in the late 1980s. Although the country has returned to democracy, it still goes through moments of instability and political uncertainty. A journalist leaks government secrets, involving the country’s president, making the nation even more fragile.

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Cáver, Diederik Van Rooijen (2018)

Corpse
Corpse

A horror for your movie session, thankfully at home, by Netflix. With chilling scenes, the work of an ex-cop Megan Reed (Shay Mitchell) has gotten a little complicated. She struggles with an addiction, and to pay for the treatment that made her sober, she went to do community service at a hospital. But when he finds a disfigured corpse in the morgue, in a basement, he begins to suspect that the corpse is possessed by a demonic force, having some frightening visions.

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