Coming Soon


By Rashmi Goel
Netflix offers a wide selection of programming. The streaming service releases a large number of original movies, shows, and documentaries in addition to its library of licensed shows and movies. There will be a substantial amount of Netflix content available in May 2022, which is just around the corner. Netflix's decision to present new Netflix movies or returning fan favorites for viewers seems like a wise move. Among the new additions to Netflix in May 2022 are a Swedish TV series about a notorious criminal, a British war drama movie, the third season of a popular animated anthology series, the fourth season of a sci-fi horror TV series, and many others. Streaming services have not lost any power as film studios continue to release all those movies that were postponed due to the Coronavirus pandemic. In many cases, these platforms are continuing to accommodate movies that haven't become available theatrically but are now available as soon as they are released, allowing audiences to catch up with a movie quickly. Netflix, for example, has a long list of licensed and original content for months to come and continues to add new content from both branches every month.

42 True Story Of An American Legend

 42 a 2013 American biographical sports film about baseball player Jackie Robinson, the first black athlete to compete in Major League Baseball (MLB) during the modern era. With Chadwick Boseman playing Robinson, Harrison Ford, Nicole Beharie, Christopher Meloni, André Holland, Lucas Black, Hamish Linklater, and Ryan Merriman in supporting roles, the film is directed by David Fincher. Brian Helgeland wrote and directed the film. A notorious color barrier in major league baseball is broken by Branch Rickey (Harrison Ford), legendary manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers, signing Jackie Robinson (Chadwick Boseman). Rickey and Robinson are on the front lines of the public, the media, and other interested parties because of their heroic act. With racism from all sides, Robinson displays true courage and admirable restraint by not responding in kind and letting his undeniable talent silence the critics for him.

3 Ninjas: Kick Back

Their grandfather planned a trip to Japan for the four of them, but a mysterious car accident forces the three ninjas to travel alone to Japan to face a mysterious adversary. Three ninjas, Rocky, Colt, and Tum-Tum, are in the movie. This sequel follows the four of them visiting Japan, where their grandfather Mr. Mori will return a dagger as well as providing the opportunity to further their martial arts skills. In spite of this, a number of setbacks along the way show the three ninjas are growing up, and their interests are diverging; the issues the three ninjas face include Tum-Tum's constant appetite, Colt's inability to control his anger, and Rocky's burgeoning interest in the opposite sex. Bullies from a rival baseball team do their best to escalate the tensions between the boys at a baseball game between the three.


This is a romantic comedy directed by Fred Wolf who co-wrote the screenplay with Michael Buechler. Jason Shuman, Eduardo Cisneros, Ceci Cleary, and Barclay DeVeau are the producers of the tennis-themed teen romance film. Beck, a 22-year-old statistician from New Jersey, sets out to convince one of the top tennis players in the world that he can help her defeat her most difficult opponent in the next championship match. As Beek learns to draw outside the lines for the first time in his life in this road trip/romantic comedy, he goes on adventures in the big city as well as on his way to and in it.

A River Runs Through It

 As two boys growing up in Missoula, Montana in the 1920s, under the watchful eye of their Presbyterian minister father, Norman (Craig Sheffer) and Paul (Brad Pitt), the film tells a story of autobiography. Afternoons are devoted to fly fishing in the nearby Blackfoot River, while mornings are spent in school and religious study. Nevertheless, the stoic emotions of the family at home hint at trouble to come. After college, Norman lives on the east coast for six years and does not return until he is 30. Over the next couple of years, Paul works as a prolific journalist, making a name for himself back home. The story is about Norman returning home and his summer with Paul. His brother, Norman, is more level-headed and grounded than Paul, who is a rebellious journalist. While dating Jessie Burns, Norman channels his rebellion through his writing, while his reckless brother Paul turns to gambling and liquor. It focuses on Norman's point of view as he and his sister grow up in the shadow of their minister father, as they are intertwined and often at odds with each other. Fly fishing for trout in Montana's rivers plays an important role in the film, and the experiences the men had through it as they grew up.

Are You the One? (season 6)

 If Would you even notice your perfect match standing right in front of you? To find their perfect match, 11 gorgeous wonderful single men and 11 hot single women undergo a scientific matchmaking process that is the most ambitious ever conducted. The singles in this season will have to dig deeper than ever before to find true love and learn how to maintain it. All 22 singles are living together under one roof in New Orleans with one objective: to discover their matches and finally find the love they have been seeking. Amidst the sexy challenges, romantic dates, and plenty of opportunities for connection, will they follow their hearts? Or will they revert to old habits? Cast members will be able to guess who their match is each week, and if they can identify all 11 couples, they will split $1 million dollars. Couples who win together will split the money.

Corpse Bride

 A Stop-motion animated musical dark fantasy film directed by Mike Johnson and Tim Burton, with a screenplay by John August, Caroline Thompson, and Pamela Pettler based on characters created by Burton and Carlos Grangel. It's a macabre, beautiful tale rich in storytelling that Tim Burton has created with Corpse Bride. There's a good deal of structure, but it's not structurally deep, more the feeling of a short story than that of a feature film. Hence, it's both satisfying and unsatisfying story. The storyforms are explored enough to link the story together, but not enough to weave the lush tapestry that many audience members (particularly adults) enjoy. However, the luxury storytelling of both the design and execution, on first glance, offsets much of this. There may be enough story structure in the film to support repeated viewings.

Crazy, Stupid, Love

This 2011 romantic comedy film is directed by Glenn Ficarra and John Requa, written by Dan Fogelman and stars Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Julianne Moore, Emma Stone, Marisa Tomei and Kevin Bacon. Cal Weaver (Steve Carell) is enjoying the American dream. There is no doubt that he has a good job, a beautiful house, great children, and a beautiful wife named Emily (Julianne Moore). The seemingly perfect life of Cal unravels, however, when he learns that Emily is unfaithful and wants a divorce. As a single man over 40, Cal finds himself at sea in the fickle world of dating. The film's protagonist, Cal, is taken under his wing by Jacob Palmer (Ryan Gosling), a self-styled player who teaches him how to "hit it big" with women.

Den of Thieves

 Christian Gudegast is a writer, director, and producer of the 2018 American action heist film Den of Thieves (also known as Criminal Squad in some countries). A number of famous actors appear in this movie, including Gerard Butler, Pablo Schreiber, Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, O'Shea Jackson Jr., Evan Jones, Dawn Olivieri, Mo McRae, and Max Holloway. The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's elite Regulators unit is led by Nick O'Brien. His team includes hard-drinking individuals. The Outlaws leadership is headed by Ray Merrimen, a recently paroled ex-military man who uses his expert knowledge and tactical skills to evade the law. Unlike O'Brien, Merrimen, and their crews, they soon find themselves in a combat zone when the criminals devise an elaborate plan for a seemingly impossible heist -- the Federal Reserve Bank of the city.

Dirty Harry

 "Dirty Harry" is the first Dirty Harry film, produced and directed by Don Siegel in 1971. This is Clint Eastwood's first outing as San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) Inspector "Dirty Harry Callahan.". Detective Harry Callahan (Eastwood) attempts to find a killer before a kidnapped girl perishes. When the murderer is found, Harry violates his civil rights, returning him to the streets. Harry must chase the man again after he hijacks a school bus once he is released. This vicious killer must be stopped in cold blood.

Empire State

 The 2013 film Empire State tells the story about two childhood friends who rob an armored car depot and the NYPD officer that stands between them and their objective. Featuring Liam Hemsworth, Emma Roberts, and Dwayne Johnson, directed by Dito Montiel. A NYPD officer stands between two childhood friends and their goal of robbing an armored-car depository. Chris Potamitis (Liam Hemsworth), who failed to get into the police academy, settles for a job as a security guard for Empire State Armored Truck Company. Chris unwittingly draws his best friend, Eddie (Michael Angarano), into a conspiracy to rob the plentiful amounts of cash being stored there, leading to the largest cash heist in American history. Chris and Eddie are forced to outwit both Detective James Ransome (Dwayne Johnson), an NYPD veteran hot on their trail, and local crime lords who want to know who did the job on their turf, or they will be punished.

Forrest Gump

A Forrest Gump is a comedy-drama film directed by Robert Zemeckis and produced in 1994 by Robert Zemeckis and written by Eric Roth. Tom Hanks, Robin Wright, Gary Sinise, Mykelti Williamson, and Sally Field star in the movie, which is based on Winston Groom's 1986 novel of the same name. Despite his slow-wittedness, Tom Hanks' Forrest Gump (Tom Hanks) has never thought of himself as disadvantaged and thanks to his supportive mother (Sally Field), he does not live a restricted lifestyle at all. Whether he is dominating on the gridiron as a college football star, fighting in Vietnam, or captaining a shrimp boat, Forrest inspires people with his childlike optimism. Jenny (Robin Wright) might be the most difficult person for Forrest to win back -- his childhood love.

Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle

 A buddy stoner comedy film directed by Danny Leiner, starring John Cho, Kal Penn, and Neil Patrick Harris, Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (released in some international markets as Harold & Kumar Get the Munchies) is a 2004 American buddy comedy film directed by Danny Leiner starring John Cho, Kal Penn, and Neil Patrick Harris. During a hypnotizing White Castle commercial, Harold (John Cho) and Kumar (Kal Penn) become stoned while watching television. With the belief that there must be one nearby, the two set out on a late-night odyssey that takes them deep into New Jersey. However, before they can reach their beloved sliders, the boys run into rednecks, police and even a car-thieving Neil Patrick Harris.

Hello, My Name Is Doris

 Welcome to My Name Is Doris is a 2015 American coming-of-age romantic comedy-drama film directed by Michael Showalter, based on a screenplay by Laura Terruso and Showalter about a woman approaching her 60th birthday who discovers she has feelings for her younger coworker. Sally Field plays the title role, alongside Max Greenfield, Beth Behrs, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Stephen Root, Elizabeth Reaser, Natasha Lyonne and Tyne Daly. Having lived with her mother her entire life, Doris Miller is a shy, eccentric woman in her 60s, living alone following the death of her mother. She is a hoarder, and Todd and Cynthia try to persuade her at the funeral to sell the house, particularly the possessions. The only close friend she has is Roz, though she also gets along with Vivian, Roz's granddaughter. Taking the bus to work, where she's done data entry for decades, she meets a new co-worker, John, with whom she becomes infatuated immediately. After listening to self-improvement tapes, Doris decides to go after him.

Jackass: The Movie

 Director Jeff Tremaine directed the 2002 American reality slapstick comedy Jackass: The Movie. Dickhouse Productions and Lynch Siderow Productions produced the film. Several of the original Jackass cast members appear in this film, including Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, Bam Margera, Ryan Dunn, Chris Pontius, Ehren McGhehey, Wee Man, Preston Lacy, and Dave England. Johnny Knoxville stars in this comedic documentary as he leads a group of stuntmen, skateboarders, and all-around crazy people as they prank, embarrass, and torture each other. Among the antics are childish romps through Tokyo in panda suits to grotesque and life-threatening encounters. An amateur demolition derby turns deadly. During a gator attack, Steve-O nearly dies. In heavy makeup, filmmaker Spike Jonze and actor Knoxville test the patience of the public with the elderly.

John Q

 This 2002 American thriller drama film stars Denzel Washington and is directed by Nick Cassavetes. Denzel Washington ("Training Day," "American Gangster") star as John Q. Archibald, a factory worker who takes care of his family. However, when John Q.'s young son needs an emergency heart transplant -- an operation he can't afford, and his health insurance won't cover -- John Q. is willing to do whatever it takes to keep his son alive. The only hope for John Q as time and options run out is a desperate gamble, as he takes an unwitting group of people hostage in a hospital emergency room. While many patients in the ER are in need of medical treatment themselves, and John Q. is battling a veteran police hostage negotiator and a hot-tempered police chief, will a nonviolent end to the crisis be found?

Menace II Society

 It is a 1993 American teen hood drama film directed by the Hughes Brothers in their directorial debut. Filmed in Los Angeles' Watts and Crenshaw neighborhoods, the film follows Kaydee "Caine" Lawson (Tyrin Turner) and his closest friends. Tyrin Turner plays 18-year-old Caine Lawson (Tyrin Turner), who grew up in the Projects of Los Angeles. His friends, including the unpredictable O-Dog (Larenz Tate), are trapped in a world of crime and violence. Caine plans to leave the city for good with the help of an understanding teacher (Charles Dutton) and his supportive girlfriend (Jada Pinkett). However, a tragic series of events makes Caine realize that escaping is not easy.

Once Upon a Time in America

 Sergio Leone co-wrote and directed Once Upon a Time in America, a 1984 epic crime film starring Robert De Niro and James Woods. "Noodles" Aaronson (Robert De Niro) returns to New York in 1968, where he had a career in the criminal underworld in the '20s and '30s. Even though many of his old friends, such as Max (James Woods), are long gone, he still feels haunted by the past. Using flashbacks, the film traces Noodles' rise from a tough kid in a Jewish slum in New York's Lower East Side to bootlegger, then mafia boss -- a story littered with violence, betrayal, and remorse.

Rambo: Last Blood

 The 2019 American action film Rambo: Last Bloo is directed by Adrian Grünberg. Sylvester Stallone and Matthew Cirulnick co-wrote the screenplay (from a story by Dan Gordon and Stallone) based on the character John Rambo created by David Morrell for his novel First Blood. The fifth installment in the Rambo franchise will star Paz Vega, Sergio Peris-Mencheta, Adriana Barraza, Yvette Monreal, Genie Kim, Joaqun Cos*o, and Oscar Jaenada. John Rambo, a Vietnam War veteran, raises horses on a ranch in Arizona so that he can find some sort of peace. A special bond has also developed between him and a woman named Maria and her teenage granddaughter Gabriela. Nonetheless, when a Mexican cartel kidnaps Gabriela, Rambo embarks on a bloody and personal quest to rescue her and punish those responsible.

Road to Perdition

 Sam Mendes directed neo-noir drama Road to Perdition in 2002. Written by Max Allan Collins and illustrated by Richard Piers Rayner, the screenplay was adapted by David Self from the graphic novel of the same name. Among its stars are Tom Hanks, Paul Newman (in his final live-action theatrical film role), Jude Law, and Daniel Craig. During the Great Depression in 1931, the plot follows a mob enforcer and his son as they seek revenge on a mobster who murdered their family. A powerful Depression-era Midwestern mobster by the name of John Rooney (Paul Newman) hires enforcer Mike Sullivan (Tom Hanks). When Mike's oldest son, Michael (Tyler Hoechlin), witnesses a hit, Connor (Daniel Craig) kills Michael and the youngest son. He uses the incident as an excuse to kill Jennifer and Sullivan (Jennifer Jason Leigh). Due to their forced flight, Sullivan and Michael embark on a journey of revenge and self-discovery.

Seven Years in Tibet

 In 1997, Jean-Jacques Annaud directed a biographical war drama film titled Seven Years in Tibet. This film is an adaptation of Austrian mountaineer and SS officer Heinrich Harrer's 1952 autobiography Seven Years in Tibet, about his experiences in Tibet between 1939 and 1951. John Williams composed the score for Seven Years in Tibet, which features performances by cellist Yo-Yo Ma. Brad Pitt and David Thewlis star in the film. Heinrich Harrer is an Austrian mountaineer whose attempt to conquer a Himalayan peak is interrupted by the Second World War. Amidst many adventures, he finds himself in Tibet, where he gains maturity and humility by befriending the Dalai Lama. Tough times lie ahead, however.

Soul Surfer

 The film Soul Surfer is based on Bethany Hamilton's 2004 autobiography Soul Surfer: A True Story of Faith, Family, and Fighting to Get Back on the Board, which describes Hamilton's life as a surfer after she loses her left arm in a horrific shark attack and her recovery. Among the stars are AnnaSophia Robb, Helen Hunt, Dennis Quaid, and Lorraine Nicholson as well as Carrie Underwood, Kevin Sorbo, Sonya Balmores, Branscombe Richmond, and Craig T. Nelson. Bethany Hamilton (AnnaSophia Robb) is a natural at surfing, but she loses her arm in a shark attack. In spite of the love of her parents (Helen Hunt, Dennis Quaid) and her refusal to give up, she plans to compete again, but questions about her future continue to plague her. Following the 2004 tsunami disaster in Thailand, Bethany discovers a greater purpose: to make a difference in other people's lives.


 A 2020 British drama film written and directed by Jessica Swale, Summerland stars Gemma Arterton, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Lucas Bond, Dixie Egerickx, Siân Phillips, Penelope Wilton and Tom Courtenay. Reclusive writer Alice is upended when evacuee Frank is left in her care during the London Blitz during World War II. Although she originally resisted his advances, Alice suddenly finds herself and her emotions reawakened by him.

The Gentlemen

 'The Gentlemen' is an action comedy written, directed and produced by Guy Ritchie in collaboration with Ivan Atkinson and Marn Davies. Matthew McConaughey, Charlie Hunnam, Henry Golding, Michelle Dockery, Jeremy Strong, Eddie Marsan, Colin Farrell, and Hugh Grant appear in the film. The American expat Mickey Pearson built a highly profitable marijuana empire in London that made him extremely wealthy. The news that he wants to cash out of the business prompts a number of shady characters who want to steal the domain to hatch schemes, including bribery and blackmail.

The Lake House

 David Auburn and Alejandro Agresti wrote and directed the 2006 American fantasy romance drama film The Lake House. Starring Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock, who last appeared together in the 1994 action thriller Speed, it is a remake of the South Korean film Il Mare (2000). The plot revolves around the development of a romance between an architect and the doctor who lived in the architect's new lakeside house two years earlier. The couple is able to only communicate through letters that are sent to the house mailbox, and since they can only communicate through letters, the pair begins to fall for each other. The question is that will they ever be able to be together? The film is a Hollywood remake of the South Korean film *Siworae'.

U.S. Marshals (1998)

Stuart Baird directed this 1998 American action crime thriller film. The plot was conceived from a screenplay written by Roy Huggins and John Pogue. Interestingly, the film is a spin-off of the 1993 motion picture The Fugitive, which was based on the popular television show of the same name created by Huggins. An airplane carrying gruff U.S. General Sam Gerard (Tommy Lee Jones) crashes in the wilderness. Federal prisoner Mark Sheridan (Wesley Snipes) is also on the same flight, accused of double murder, but he escapes during the ensuing chaos before rescuing several passengers from the wreckage. State Department agent John Royce (Robert Downey Jr.) is ordered to hunt down the fugitive with Gerard, and the two pursue Sheridan relentlessly despite growing doubts about his guilt.

War of the Worlds

To build a positive relationship with his two children, Rachel (Dakota Fanning) and Robbie (Justin Chatwin), dockworker Ray Ferrier (Tom Cruise) struggles. They seem like another tension-filled weekend when Mary Ann (Miranda Otto), his ex-wife, drops them off at Ferrier's house. A strange event turns into an alien invasion when electromagnetic pulses of lightning strike the area, and Ferrier must now protect his family from the aliens as they seek refuge.

When Harry Met Sally

The story of Harry and Sally was a 1989 American romantic comedy film written and directed by Nora Ephron. Meg Ryan played Sally. Billy Crystal played Harry. During a car ride from Chicago to New York in 1977, college graduates Harry Burns (Billy Crystal) and Sally Albright (Meg Ryan) argue about whether men and women can ever truly be platonic friends. A decade later, Harry and Sally meet again at a bookstore, where, with the help of their respective best friends, Jess (Bruno Kirby) and Marie (Carrie Fisher), they attempt to remain friends without resorting to sex.

You’ve Got Mail

 Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan star in Nora Ephron's 1998 romantic comedy-drama You've Got Mail. Miklós László's 1937 play Parfumerie inspired this play. Kathleen Kelly (Meg Ryan), a struggling independent bookseller, resents Joe Fox (Tom Hanks), the owner of a Foxbooks chain store that just moved in across the street. However, when they meet online, they start an intense and anonymous romance, unaware of each other's true identities. Eventually Joe finds out the enchanting woman he's involved with is his business rival. He must now reconcile his dislike for her in real life with the cyber love he feels for her.



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