With so many different streaming services, the range is overwhelming. In our weekly streaming tips, we recommend the latest movies, series and more. In the movie tips of week 49 (2022): His Dark Materials and Tulsa King.
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Film tips week 49 (2022): His Dark Materials en Tulsa King
With a Chromecast in your television or a Chromecast Audio in your speaker, you can watch and listen to media from your smartphone in excellent quality. That’s handy, but then you have to know what you can watch and listen to. That’s why we offer weekly Android Planetviewing tips. Here we give some current film and series tips, both for free and paid services.
1. His Dark Materials season 3 (HBO Max)
It’s time for the third and final season of the wonderful fantasy series His Dark Materials. This season is based on the third book in the popular book series. In the series and the books, you follow young orphan Lyra in a world where people’s souls live outside their bodies in the form of animals. Lyra fights there against an influential religious organization that wants to keep people stupid.
2. The Patient (Disney Plus)
Steve Carrell (The Office) plays a psychologist who welcomes a new patient (Domhnall Gleeson) in this special series. Not much later he wakes up in that man’s basement, attached to a chain. The patient turns out to be a serial killer who wants to get rid of his murderous urges. He needs a lot of therapy for that. With Carell in the lead role you may expect a comedy, but The Patient is certainly not. This is especially a very exciting series.
3. Sleepers (Videoland)
Robert de Hoog plays the leading role in the new Videoland series Sleepers. He plays corrupt cop Martin who finds himself in the underworld of Utrecht as well as the criminal investigation department. That dark world pulls at him more and more, while he also wants to keep his family safe.
4. Tulsa King (SkyShowtime)
Most film actors have long since made the transition to series, but for Sylvester Stallone that is only now the case. In Tulsa King, the actor plays a New York mob boss who is released from prison and then sent to remote Tulsa. There he quickly wins over the local people and falls back into his old habits.
5. Guillermo Del Toro’s Pinocchio (Netflix)
Disney recently released a new Pinocchio movie, but if you want to see an alternative version of this story you have to go to Netflix. Guillermo del Toro has taken care of this wooden character. The result is a stop-motion film with a unique look, in which the dark sides of the source material are not avoided. So you don’t watch this together with the youngest.
Trailer van de week: The Last of Us
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