The 6 best movies of today on Netflix

Year end is too good, but in 2022 it’s even better. In addition to the traditional Christmas and New Year parties, everyone will still be able to enjoy the World Cup games. So that’s a lot of partying for just two months of our lives. To improve, Netflix started releasing the best productions of the year on the platform. So your supposedly free time is going to get pretty busy. There’s plenty for you to do in your downtime. Revista Bula now brings you which productions have just arrived on streaming and which you absolutely cannot miss. Highlights for “As Nadadoras”, from 2022, by Sally El Hosaini; “Enola Holmes”, 2022, by Harry Bradbeer; and Edward Berger’s 2022 “Nothing New on the Front”. Titles available on Netflix are arranged in alphabetical order.

The Swimmers (2022), Sally El Hosaini

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Based on real events, the film follows the story of two refugee sisters from war-torn Syria. With swimming skills and bravery in their hearts, they set out on a journey to reach the 2016 Rio Olympics.

Enola Holmes 2 (2022), Harry Bradbeer

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Enola Holmes has solved her first case and, determined to follow in the footsteps of her famous brother Sherlock, she starts working as a detective. The problem is that the career is not very busy. Resigned to the hardships of adulthood, she’s on the verge of giving it all up, until a penniless girl shows up with a request that promises to be Enola’s first official case: finding her missing sister. As the situation proves increasingly challenging, Enola is plunged into a dangerous new world filled with gray factories and colorful environments from London to the famous address of Baker Street. Faced with a deadly conspiracy, she’ll need the help of allies and Sherlock himself to solve the mystery.

All New at the Front (2022), Edward Berger

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Paul Baumer and his friends Albert and Muller voluntarily enlist in the German army during World War I out of patriotic fervor. Soon the initial euphoria dissipates as the reality of the front turns to despair. As the world waits for an armistice, Paul must fight on to the end to satisfy the German goal of a final offensive.

The Night Nurse (2022), Tobias Lindholm

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Amy is a kind-hearted nurse and single mother, but the routine of night shifts in the ICU is so demanding that she has already reached her limit. Furthermore, she suffers from a severe heart condition. The arrival of Charlie, a new nurse, seems to alleviate some of this difficult routine. The two become friends, giving Amy hope. However, patients start dying under suspicious circumstances and Charlie seems to be the prime suspect. To uncover the truth, Amy will risk her own life.

The Miracle (2022), Sebastián Lelio

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After 13 years of the Great Famine in Ireland, nurse Lib Wright is called to a small religious community to examine an 11-year-old girl, Anna, who claims she has not eaten for four months, surviving on “manna from heaven”. As the girl’s health deteriorates, Lib must understand what is happening to her, even if that means challenging the community’s faith.

Dreamland (2022), Francis Lawrence

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Miss Nemo’s quiet life is turned upside down after her father, Peter, is reported missing at sea and she has to go live in the big city under the guardianship of her well-meaning but unruly uncle Philip. Nemo finds a secret map that takes her to the magical world of Dreamland every night. It’s there that she meets Flip, a funny, weird outlaw who quickly becomes her travel guide and partner. The two soon embark on an incredible journey through dreams and nightmares, and Nemo comes to believe that it is in this land that she will find her father again.

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