By Rashmi Goel
There are quite a few surprises up Netflix's sleeve when it comes to what it will be bringing to the table regarding what it will provide. Netflix has already announced plans to release a large number of new television series next year, as it does every year. There is also a focus this year on bringing out more Netflix original movies as well, which is something that will also occur next year. There are going to be plenty of new films being released on Netflix throughout 2023, covering just about every genre you can think of and covering a wide range of subjects. It's going to be a big year for you and your couch, so buckle up-this is going to be a great year for you. Listed below is a list of all of the Netflix original films that will be released in 2023, ranging across a wide range of genres and languages.
The Pale Blue Eye (January 6)
Scott Cooper's The Pale Blue Eye is based on Louis Bayard's critically acclaimed novel of the same title, which focuses on Edgar Allan Poe's time at West Point Military Academy. Even though the film is fictional, it presents an interesting and believable interpretation of Poe that incorporates allusions to later poems and stories. Taking place in 1830, The Pale Blue Eye sees the academy thrown into chaos when Cadet Leroy Fry (Matt Heim) is found hanging from a tree with his heart ripped out. Due to the shocking violence of the attack, the local authorities enlist former New York City cop Augustus Landor (Christian Bale) to investigate the case. The aim is to catch the murderer before the number of victims increases.
Noise (Ruido) (Spanish, January 11)
Julieta Egurrola and Teresa Ruiz star in Noise (Ruido), a Mexican film directed by Natalia Beristain. In a country that is engaged in a war against its women, Julia is a mother, or rather, she is one of many mothers, sisters, daughters, and colleagues who have had their lives torn apart by the widespread violence perpetuated by a country that waged a war against its women. She is searching for Ger, her daughter, who is missing. Amidst her search, she will weave through the stories and struggles of the different women she will meet throughout her journey.
Dog Gone (January 13)
Adapted from Toutonghi's book "Dog Gone: A Lost Pet's Extraordinary Journey and the Family Who Brought Him Home," the film is written by Nick Santora, who produces the film alongside Jeremy Kipp Walker, who is a producer of the book. Lowe is the executive producer of the film and Stephen Herek is the director. As with the real story, the Netflix film follows a plot that is similar to that of the book. As a happy chap, Gunker enjoys playing fetch and eating donuts a lot. Fielding Marshall is aided in his search for the pup by his father, John Marshall after the pup disappears on the Appalachian Trail. Consequently, their fractured father-son relationship is restored.
Disconnect: The Wedding Planner (January 13)
Netflix's 'Disconnect: The Wedding Planner' is a Nigerian romantic comedy movie that was directed by David Tosh Gitonga. The movie revolves around a man who finds himself in the middle of a scam and wants to turn his life around after he found himself on the wrong side of the scam. There is a feeling of helplessness as time slips away quickly, and he gets more desperate as it goes by. However, when he becomes aware of the opportunity to get the most out of one of his important investors, his eyes light up, and he manages to convince them to indulge in a traditional luxurious destination wedding to make the most of him. There is no doubt that the enthralling story keeps the viewers hooked until the end, but the various locations, including the luxurious resort, make the viewer wonder where the scenes for 'Disconnect: The Wedding Planner' were shot.
Bank Of Dave (January 16)
The screenplay for the upcoming movie is written by Piers Ashworth and directed by Chris Foggin. Chris Foggin is recognized as a director for his work on Death in Paradise, Cold Feet, and Friend Request Pending, among others. Adapted from the true story of Burnley's David Fishwick, Bank Of Dave tells the story of one man's journey as he takes on the City of London and succeeds. A self-made millionaire from the working class called Dave Fishwick set up his own community bank in order to help locals and their businesses in the community from which he came, which he had grown up in. Using the services of young London lawyer Hugh, he faced the financial might of the City of London in an attempt to win the right to establish the first new British bank in over 100 years - and he did
Alkhallat+ (Arabic, January 19)
Fahad Alammari is the director of the movie, and Telfaz11 studios are the producers who produced the first series as well: the original series was produced by Telfaz11. In the coming months, Netflix will be premiering the film. There are four stories in the series, all of which are about different characters in different situations, but they are interconnected in one way or another in the most unlikely places, and this is the plot of the series. When a storm comes their way, relationships are put to the test to see if they will be able to withstand the damage. In terms of story, the story of the movie is similar to that of the series in the genre, but it adopts a completely different and original way of telling it. Fans from all over the world are looking forward to seeing the movie, and expectations are high for it.
Jung E (Korean, January 20)
In the upcoming South Korean sci-fi film JUNG_E, which is stylized as JUNG_E in English, Kang Soo-Yeon, Kim Hyun-Joo, and Ryu Kyung-soo star in the film. It is written and directed by Yeon Sang-ho. It takes place in the 22nd century, when climate change has rendered the planet uninhabitable and humans are forced to live inside a man-made shelter. A war breaks out within the shelter. The elite leader of the allied forces is Jung-E (Kim Hyun-Joo). As a result of the experiment, she becomes subject to brain cloning. There is a potential to win the war by cloning. A successful brain cloning experiment can be attributed to Seo-Hyun (Kang Soo-Yeon) and Sang-Hun (Ryoo Kyung-Soo). Seo-Hyun leads the brain cloning and artificial intelligence laboratory. Sang-Hun is the laboratory's director.
Mission Majnu (Hindi, January 20)
As a director, Shantanu Bagchi makes his debut with Mission Majnu. The release date has been announced for the Mission Majnu teaser trailer starring Sidharth Malhotra. Netflix released a teaser trailer for its latest spy thriller on December 16, ahead of its January 20 premiere. With this project, Netflix will launch its first Indian original in the new year, and it will also be the actor's first collaboration with the platform. Motivated by true events, Mission Majnu tells the story of a covert mission "that changed the politics between India and its neighboring nation in the 1970s.”
The Price Of Family (Italian, January 25)
Giovanni Bognetti directed the 2022 Italian comedy film The Price of Family. It is a remake of Alexandra Leclère's 2021 French film Price of Parenting. Life changes for everyone when Alessandra and Emilio move to the city alone, leaving their parents Carlo and Anna behind. They forget about their parents in a few months: a few phone calls, missed birthdays, missed funerals. Having their kids not around for Christmas is the final straw for these parents. In a last-ditch effort, the desperate couple pretends that an old aunt has left them six million euros. The ability to purchase affection with money.
You People (January, 27)
Netflix Original comedy You People is directed by Kenya Barris and co-written by Jonah Hill. The two are executive producers of the film along with Kevin Misher. Misher Films, Khalabo Ink Society, and Strong Baby are behind the production. Amira Mohammed and Ezra Cohen, played by Hill and London respectively, meet after he accidentally gets into her car. He initially surprised them with his request for a date, but they quickly bonded and contemplated taking their relationship to the next level. Their families' clashing cultures, societal expectations, and generational differences, including Cohen's "progressive and semi-woke Jewish parents," will make that difficult. Meeting the parents is the ultimate relationship test as families and cultures clash.