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12 Great New Movies, From Tom Cruise to Kids’ Movies

Netflix immediately started the year off right by adding a dozen major theatrical movies. However, not every new movie is a hit.

We’ve listed them all for you, including the IMDb score and trailer, so you know exactly which gems you want to pass on and which hiccups to ignore.

12 new movies on Netflix

Oblivion (2013)

In Forgot the world has practically perished due to years of nuclear war. Tom Cruise stars as Private Jack Harper, who must collect significant resources as part of a major operation on Earth. But when he rescues a stranger from a crashed spaceship, he suddenly begins to question his mission. Of the team, including the director, behind Top Gun: Maverick! An underrated sci-fi gem, if you ask us.

IMDb Score: 7.0

Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax and the Lost Forest (2012)

It’s time for some lighter display material. The Lorax and the Lost Forest is a 2012 animated film with an IMDb rating of 6.4. DirectorChris Renaud (My favourite villain 2) and actors like Zac Efron, Taylor Swift, Danny DeVito offer a movie that also appeals to adults. Ted searches for something to help him impress his dream girl, Audrey. For his plan to succeed, he must seek out the story of the headstrong protector of the forest, the Lorax. The beginning of a colorful adventure.

IMDb Score: 6.4

Three Divergent movies

Netflix starts 2023 with the three Divergent-films. The franchise that initially The Hunger Games It seemed to keep going effectively, but it scored less with each movie. With an IMDb score of 6.6, the series immediately starts off anything but a smash hit, with the next two movies scoring even worse. Set in futuristic Chicago, the story follows Beatrice (played by Shailene Woodley), who, at the age of 16, must choose one of the 5 factions into which the city is divided. This test will determine her fate, but not only for her, but also for everyone around her. The start of a film series that’s perfect for an empty night on the couch, but don’t expect any Oscar material.

IMDb Score: 6.6, 6.2, 5.7

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Everest (2015)

This thriller is based on a true story, that of two teams who embarked on a climbing expedition to the top of Mount Everest in 1996. When faced with a massive snow storm, it’s all about survival. Baltasar Kormakur delivers an intense piece of drama that is definitely worth watching if you’re even the least bit interested in sports. Even without climbing gear in the attic, this thriller won’t let you down.

IMDb Score: 7.1

Triple 9 (2016)

Not all movies have to be nominated for Oscars. Want hard-hitting, no-nonsense popcorn action and an entertaining story? Then it is Triple 9, despite the mediocre IMDb score, a very suitable candidate. In Triple 9, he is assigned to corrupt cops to pull off a robbery for the Russian mob. To keep their crime quiet, they devise a dangerous plan to distract themselves. With Casey Affleck, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Anthony Mackie, among others.

IMDb Score: 6.3

Sausage Party (2016)

We stayed in the ‘six on IMDb’ regions for a while. Animation film sausage party guarantees an evening full of hilarity, as long as you can handle the well-known goofy humor of Seth Rogen and Jonah Hill. Seth Rogen, Kristen Wiig and Jonah Hill give voice to the sausages, yes sausages, who are searching for the reason for their existence. Its origin. No, it didn’t occur to us either. After watching ten seconds of the trailer below, you probably already know if you’re going to die laughing or if you sausage party absolutely not for you.

IMDb Score: 6.1

How to Train Your Dragon 2 (2014)

how to train your dragon 2 is definitely the best animated movie on this list of new Netflix movies. Toothless and Hiccup must do everything they can to defend Dragon Mountain along with hundreds of dragon warriors. Drago Bloodfist and his dragon slayers give chase. Spectacular war movie, insofar as a children’s movie can be. However, even as an adult fan of the best animation work, this movie is definitely worth watching on Netflix.

IMDb Score: 7.8

Fear (1996)

It’s time for another thriller. Nicole Walker, a 16-year-old girl, meets David McCall at a party. He is handsome, charming and attentive, in short, he seems perfect. But soon Nicole discovers that David has a dark side that makes her obsession with her more and more dangerous. An intense film that takes you into the dark world of stifling relationships and psychological manipulation, starring Mark Wahlberg and Reese Witherspoon.

IMDb Score: 6.2

The Snowman (2017)

The Snowman should have been a bullseye, with an incredible book by acclaimed thriller author Jo NesbØ as source material, Thomas Alfredson (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy) as director and Michael Fassbender in the title role. When Harry Hole, a detective from a specialized crime unit, investigates the disappearance of a woman during the first snowfall of winter, he begins to fear that another elusive serial killer is on the loose. That sounds like the beginning of a very exciting thriller, but here it is absolutely true that you better read the book. Unfortunately, the 5.1 on IMDb is not an exaggeration: The Snowman dislike. Even the manager is to acceptand he attributes it to the short time and the unfinished script.

IMDb Score: 5.1

Hard Target 2 (2016)

In case of hard target 2 lousy IMDb score isn’t necessarily deadly. The title role is played by Scott Adkins, the most prominent stuntman and stuntman in Hollywood right now. In other words, you get a movie full of crazy stunts and hard-hitting action. For a subtle and strong performance, it is better to turn on another movie on Netflix. Adkins stars as Wes Baylor, a down-to-earth martial arts fighter who is invited to fight in Thailand. There, however, the fork turns out to be different – the fighter is released into the jungle, after which they begin to hunt him. a deranged huntbut above all: a good excuse for an endless series of spectacular fight scenes.

IMDb Score: 5.2

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