Netflix's long awaited release of Steve McQueen's award-winning crime thriller, Beckett with John Lewis will open wide the doors of worldwide box office excitement for a full year till its release date. Set against the backdrop of the Notting Hill era of Notting Hill and London in the late nineteen seventies, this crime thriller stars Matt Damon as an American tourist staying with a British family in Greece. The movie channels some serious foreshadowing of right man syndrome as John Lewis goes from his abrasive middle-class upbringing to the rough life of a professional boxer in the twentieth century. It also explores some great emerging talent in the filmmaking front, as online sensation Netflix puts up a breathtaking trailer for the movie at no extra charge, allowing us fans to enjoy the movie without having to cough out any dough.
Netflix thriller Beckett lines up a host of budding talents in both the filmmaking and directing department. The movie zigzags through some heavy Right Man Roles Syndrome as John Lewis slowly loses himself in his adopted homeland - a world where everyone speaks the English language, social hierarchy is clearly defined and social status is measured by wealth. The movie also explores some dark undertones where a corrupt British government agency sends John and his associate Alice to investigate the murder of a prominent public figure. This turns out to be more of a political scandal involving top bankers and their secret dealings in international banking.
If you are among those who love online full movie streaming, you will have already been excited with the news that Netflix will be releasing three more Steve McQueen movies in the next year. However, if you happen not to have access to these fantastic movies online, don't worry because they are available from all major movie rental companies such as Blockbuster, iTunes and more. In fact, it is highly likely that you will find all of the films including the new release anytime soon. Here are a few other titles that you might want to catch up on:
The Shawshank Redemption - This classic film starring Jack Nicholson and Robert Duvall takes place in Depression-era Mississippi, during the Great Depression. The movie chronicles the trials and tribulations of an African American man, Mississippi Joe, as he tries to escape from a bad marriage and an abusive plantation master. The movie was a box office hit and went on to spawn the 1980s comeback of the series of movies based on the same plot. Now, you can enjoy all of the classics that you love like House of Cards, When Harry Met Sally and More. If you miss any of these Shawshank movies, you can always catch them online later this year or in the coming months.
Another one of my personal favorites is the movie adaptation of the William Shepherdson's The Game of Pool. You could say that The Game of Pool is one of the most famous books about pool games and this movie will definitely satisfy those who have been avid pool players. Based off of the successful pool game simulation game of the same name, this movie has been remade in a big way and features one of the best stars of the 21st century, Alexander Gould. As you would expect, streaming movies such as The Game of Pool is available for your computer now.
One movie that you should look out for in streaming format is the latest release of The Secret. After five seasons, the TV series has finally come back with a great second season and promises more great episodes to come. I am not sure if you will be able to find this movie online at the moment but if you happen to stumble upon its website, you should pay it a visit. This movie has been praised by critics and fans alike. If you loved The Secret, you will most likely enjoy Beckett movie online free.