Movie lovers are in for a treat this month as Netflix has some cool movies lined up.
London Has Fallen (2016)
The second movie in the Mike Banning action saga sees Gerard Butler engage foreign forces in a bid to keep the President alive in London.
The Bridge (2017)
Directed by Kunle Afolayan, The Bridge centers on a Yoruba prince who marries a young lady against the wishes of both their parents. The consequences turn out to be more impactful than any of them imagined.
Love Alarm (2019)
A Korean television series that explores the love triangle between a hardworking girl and two young men.
Ponmile is an eleven-year-old boy from the middle-class suburbs who spends the day as an apprentice at a mechanic workshop. When his father arrives to take him home, Ponmile finds himself at a crossroads – he is torn between choosing to go back to school and taking on his apprenticeship full time.
The CEO (2016)
Unhealthy competition ensues amongst five top company executives while on a retreat.
Travis Scott: Look Mom I Can Fly (2019)
The Netflix documentary takes a look at the life of Hip Hop star, Travis Scott.
Marlon Wayans plays six different characters in this comedy about an expecting father who sets out to reconcile his long lost family before his baby is born.
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