With movie screens becoming forbidden palaces, Netflix is our secret passage to the Eden of entertainment.
Netflix offers a wide range of movies from all languages, so even if this lockdown goes for another whole year(God forbid that) we still wouldn’t have exhausted the movies and series in Netflix, because they keep adding new stuff every day.
And therefore you can’t possibly run out of movies and shows. I’m serious, you can maybe try and create a record trying to watch everything there (cheering loudly) and you know what I’m gonna help you a little in your mission, so here’s a list of May releases in Netflix, if you’re really serious and got the time then I suggest you start with the May releases.
What’s New this May?
Well for starters let’s go with the absolute originals.
Being a time snob, I prefer movies to series because it’s just a 2 hours journey max and also you’d know the ending.
All Day and a Night: (May 1)
Realistic – African-Americans in the U.S – Father and Son relationship
Mrs. Serial Killer: (May 1)
Thriller – Indian – Dark
The Wrong Missy: (May 13)
Comedy – American – Love
I Love You, Stupid. ( May 15)
Rom-Com – Spanish – Comedy
La corazonada: (May 28)
Detective – Spanish – Thriller
To be honest, I like series too, though it eats up all our time and keeps us from going anywhere near our assignments, we learn so much from them right, we’re all part surgeons and lawyers because of Grey’s Anatomy and How to Get Away with Murder.
Here’s a list of May releases, I’m starting with “Almost Happy”
Hollywood: (May 1)
Historical – American – S1
Almost Happy: (May 1)
Comedy – Quasi-autobiographical – Argentinian – S1
Into the Night: (May 1)
Apocalyptic – Sci-Fi – Belgian – S1
The Eddy:( May 8)
Musical – French – S1
Inhuman Resources: (May 15)
Thriller – French – S1
White Lines: (May 15)
Thriller – British-Spanish – S1
The Big Flower Fight: (May 18)
Competition – British – S1
Sweet Magnolias: (May 19)
Romance adaptation of Woods’s novel, “Sweet Magnolias” – American – S1
Control Z: (May 22)
Teen Drama – Spanish – S1
Space Force: (May 29)
Comedy – American – S1
Other Series and new episodes this May:
Some noise for the Workin Moms in Netflix, was wanting to watch this for a long time.
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Workin’ Moms: ( May 6)
Comedy – Canadian – S4
Dead to Me: (May 8)
Comedy – American – Season 2
The Hollow: (May 8)
Animation – Comedy Drama – S2
Restaurants on the Edge: (May 8)
Food & Design Travel Show – S2
Rust Valley Restorers: (May 8)
Car documentary – Canadian – S2
Selling Sunset: ( May 22)
Reality TV show – American – S2
Trailer Park Boys: The Animated Series: (May 22)
Mockdocumentary – Canadian – S2
Bordertown: ( May 11)
Crime film – Finnish – S2
Magic for Humans: ( May 15)
Reality show – American- S3
Stand up Comedies:
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Jerry Seinfeld: 23 Hours to Kill 🙁 May 5)
Patton Oswalt: I Love Everything : ( May 7)
Hannah Gadsby: Douglas. ( May 26)
Ben Platt Live From Radio City Hall, ( May 20).
Becoming by Michelle Obama, ( May 6).
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy vs. the Reverend, (May 12).
Other Block Buster Movies streaming this month:
Rewatching old movies with family is some good family time
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Uncut Gems (2019):
Crime – American – Dark-humor
The Lincoln Lawyer (2011):
Thriller – American – Adapted from Michael Connelly’s crime novel.
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008):
Romance – Fantasy – Adapted from F. Scott. Fitzgerald’s novel.
House at the End of the Street (2012):
Horror – Psychological thriller
Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994):
Comedy – Mystery – Rebooted in 2017
Back to the Future (1985-90):
Sci-Fi – Comedy – Triogy
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005):
Fantasy – Musical – Adapted from Roald Dahl’s 1964 novel
Fun With Dick & Jane (2005):
Crime (Bank Robbery) – Comedy
The Patriot (2000):
Historical Fiction – War and Action
Vampires – Action Horror – Film Series
And these are just for the month of May, do y’all think you can run out of movies and series? Probably not, so let’s all Netflix and Chill until everyone’s safe.
In case it’s hard for y’all to pick with just the names and genres, watch this video and pick ‘your’ movie or movies for the month.