There is only so much left to say goodbye to 2023 and welcome the new year with lots of energy and lots of love. However, do you have plans to end the new year on a high note?
If you're one of those who don't have plans, or simply want to find something to spend the final hours of December, Primera Hora is a list of five movies you can sit down to watch on Netflix, either with loved ones or from the comfort of your bedroom.
From comedies to romantic stories, here we share some options to keep you entertained while waiting for the new year.
1. Super Mario Bros movie
The adaptation of the classic video game created by Shigeru Miyamoto has been brought to the big screen with a proposal that takes the Italian plumber and his brother Luigi on an adventure that takes them to the colorful mushroom kingdom.
2. Major tourism
In addition to being an adaptation of the popular PlayStation video game, this production tells the story of Jann Mardenborough, a young “gamer” who becomes one of the most famous professional car racers in the world after being accepted into the GT Academy for his talent and precision driving. the control.
3. Love in reality
A film that will bid farewell to the streaming giant with the arrival of the new year, this production that celebrated its 20th anniversary celebrates the lights and shadows of love during the Christmas season.
4. Birds of Prey (And the Fantastic Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)
A different and flirtatious twist on the colorful “villain” story in the DC Universe, this story tells how Harley Quinn adapts to living her life without the Joker, and unexpectedly becomes the leader of a squad of superheroes who take on a dangerous criminal organization.
5. Homecoming: A Beyonce Film
If you're not a fan of traditional films, enjoy the scene Beyoncé documented with director Ed Burke when she became the first black artist to headline the Coachella festival in California in 2018.
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