The 3 new movies you can watch on Netflix in March 2022

From Scarlett Johansson to Spider-Man, here are the movies you need to start watching on Netflix

It’s been several days since March came, so how is that possible? Five minutes ago it was just New Years! I would say that time has passed at the speed of light because I have been climbing Mount Kilimanjaro or diving in the Maldives. While I’ve actually been watching everything Netflix has to offer, I’m guilty!

Each month at T3 we’ll collect what’s trending, the movies the critics are talking about, and the content that sets the streaming world on fire. These movies are specifically aimed at users who have a Netflix account in the UK. Although most of the recommendations can be seen from other regions, especially Netflix originals.

Even better, you can always use a file vpn To start watching the latest and best content from around the world. I recently invested in one, so I was able to watch the DC series, peace makerStarring John Cena on HBO Max. Money well spent. Anyway, having cleared that up, we will delve into the best movies to watch on Netflix in March 2022.

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Joaquin Phoenix has been part of a slew of high-quality films over the years. Ella is one of the Oscar-winning actor’s productions, which I saw for the first time this week. It tells the story of Theodore Twombly, a man who falls in love with an AI named Samantha (voiced by Scarlett Johansson). These kinds of sci-fi themes tend to be disgusting, but Ella works great.

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Perhaps director Spike Jones’ humor makes this movie so endearing, the futuristic setting that feels straight out of Black Mirror, or just the authentic portrayal of Phoenix. Anyway, the true human relationship between Theodore and Samantha is believable over half a dozen romantic comedies released annually. The only thing that surprises me is Johansson’s voice Added in post productionalthough you might think the actress has been around the whole time.

spider man 2

Sometimes you just want to see something you already know, something you know well and that includes a superhero spider. Spider-Man 2 was released nearly 20 years ago, and thankfully it has aged well. Everyone remembers the dance scene from Spider-Man 3, but no one dares to mention Peter Parker’s scene set on “Raindrops Keep Fallin” from Part Two; Here we are seeing Toby laughing in 2004, what a time!

However, what has stood the test of time is Danny Elfman’s great soundtrack, the thrilling train fight in downtown New York, and the comedic punches from J. Jonah Jameson (played by JK Simmons). Without a doubt, the pinnacle of it all is Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock, who remains one of the best super villains to this day. Coming back to this, after seeing the appearance of the character in Spider-Man: No Way Home, it somehow got bigger.

Homecoming in MADEA

Comedian, writer, director, producer, and showman Tyler Perry (Not Looking For A Vice) returns to play Mabel “Madea” Simmons in Madea’s Homecoming. Based on Perry’s mother and aunt, the character has been around since 1999, dealing with everything from prostitution and abuse to racism and infidelity. The last one doesn’t get smeared with words and puts the issue of “black lives matter” and the stigma against homosexuality in the spotlight, as Madea’s entire family gathers to celebrate her grandson’s graduation.

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Although critical reception was deeply divided, it became the most-watched movie on Netflix globally. This is partly due to the intersection with the Irish sitcom Mrs. Brown Boys. A match made in heaven, or two dressed-up men? It’s up to you.

Are you looking for more movies from your streaming platform? Check out our recommendations Movies to watch on Netflix in February 2022.

Terry Alexander

"Award-winning music trailblazer. Gamer. Lifelong alcohol enthusiast. Thinker. Passionate analyst."

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