LOS ANGELES, CA – Movie enthusiasts looking to kick off their new year with a cinematic bang can turn to popular streaming platforms for a diverse selection of films to satisfy their entertainment cravings. This month, viewers can indulge in a mix of highly-anticipated blockbusters, newly-nominated Oscar films, and original content across platforms such as Netflix, Prime Video, Hulu, and Apple TV+.
One standout choice for those seeking a comedic escape is the Netflix film “Dumb Money,” starring Paul Dano as a YouTube financial analyst who incites financial chaos after persuading his followers to invest in GameStop stock. The star-studded cast, featuring Seth Rogen and Pete Davidson, make this true-life comedy a crowd-pleaser.
For those looking for a more mind-bending experience, the sci-fi drama “Foe” on Prime Video introduces viewers to a couple whose quiet life is disrupted when a stranger delivers a startling message, setting the stage for a twisty, head-scratching tale.
Fans of emotionally charged dramedies can turn to “Good Grief” on Netflix, starring Daniel Levy in a quieter role as a widower who embarks on an emotional journey after discovering his late husband led a secret life in Paris.
Those interested in gripping Western crime dramas with a captivating exploration of America’s complex history can explore “Killers of the Flower Moon” on Apple TV+, a film that delves into a murder mystery involving the Osage Nation in 1920s Oklahoma.
From there, viewers can also explore a diverse array of films, including the dystopian sci-fi drama “The Kitchen” on Netflix, the action-packed heist film “Lift” also on Netflix, the latest installment in the “Mission: Impossible” series titled “Dead Reckoning” on Paramount+, and the action spy comedy “Role Play” on Prime Video.
With such a rich variety of films available for streaming, there’s something for every movie lover to enjoy as they embark on a cinematic journey filled with laughter, thrills, and thought-provoking narratives.