Since March 2020, the Indonesian government has implemented Social Distancing regulations to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus. This makes people have to work from home as well as the school from home. Some recreation or entertainment places are still closed and cinemas are not yet operational. Even though the cinema is still not operating, you don’t need to worry about lacking exciting movies to watch. Netflix, as a streaming service platform, provides various films, starting from original series, documentary films, feature films, and even Korean dramas. This can be an alternative for those of you who have missed watching the cinema. Of course, you have to subscribe first to enjoy this service. He cried again, Netflix can be accessed via smartphones, laptops, and even smart TVs.
Here are some recommendations for the best Netflix Movies in 2020.
To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You
To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You is a secular film that aired in 2018. This film tells of the dating life between Lara Jean (Lana Condor) and Peter (Noah Centineo). In undergoing a relationship, Lara Jean doesn’t feel confident. Because Peter is a popular guy. In times like this, Lara meets Ambrose, one of the men who has received Lara Jean’s love letter.
Half of It
This film, which tells the story of Ellie Chu, has aired since May 2020. Ellie is a bright student but has no friends. He often does essay assignments for his friends. Once, he was asked by Paul Munsky to write a love letter on the line that he had an eye on, Aster Flores. How does the story go? Watch more on Netflix.
Alive tells the story of a man who is locked in an apartment when terrible zombies are rampaging in the city. This man was trying hard to find a way out. Will it work?
You can watch the film, played by Yoo Ah In and Park Shin Hye, on Netflix from September 8, 2020. To make your viewing even more exciting, make sure you use the internet with an unlimited quota. First Media provides Unlimited Internet Quota and HD Quality TV for you. Get attractive promos here.
All the Bright Places (2020)
The film, starring Elle Fanning and Justice Smith, has the nuances of a teen romance drama. Since airing on February 28, this film has received a good response. All The Bright Places tells the story of Violet, a girl who has been experiencing depression since her brother died. He became quiet and very closed. However, everything has changed since Theodore Finch was present in his life. Their relationship slowly took a serious turn.
The Devil All The Time
This film is based on the novel by Donald Ray Pollock. The Devil All The Time stars Tom Holland to Robert Pattinson. The film is set in World War II and the Vietnam War. Arvin Russell (Tom Holland) begins to be trapped in “darkness” after receiving a gun from his father. Arvin later finds himself around mysterious characters, such as a dark-hearted priest (played by Robert Pattinson), the chief of police (Sebastian Stan), and two bad-tempered people (Jason Clarke and Riley Keough). Apart from having to deal with them, Arvin must also protect himself and his family from various threats.