Netflix: what movies to watch in May 2021? – Cinema News

AlloCiné tells you which movies are coming to Netflix in May. Mark your calendars!


May 12: Oxygen

French director Alexandre Aja is back with a scary new film, Oxygene, in which a young woman, played by Mélanie Laurent, wakes up alone in a cryogenic unit. She no longer knows who she is, or how she ended up locked in a capsule the size of a coffin. As she begins to lack oxygen, she will have to dig into her memory to get out of this nightmare with the help of MILO., The artificial intelligence vocally camped by Mathieu Amalric.

May 21: Army of the Dead

Back to basics for Zack Snyder after the superhero blockbusters, the director returns to zombie films with Army of the Dead. The muscular feature film follows the robbery of a Las Vegas casino by a group of mercenaries as the world is filled with undead ready to strike back. In the cast: Dave Bautista, Ella Purnell, Ana de la Reguera, Theo Rossi, Matthias Schweighöfer, Nora Arnezeder, Omari Hardwick and Hiroyuki Sanada.


May 7: The Monster

Known for his music videos achievements for Muse, Rihanna, Beyoncé or Lana Del Rey, Anthony Mandler embarks on his first feature film with The Monster, a punchy drama worn by Kelvin Harrison Jr., Jennifer Ehle and Tim Blake Nelson. The film chronicles the legal battle of Steve Harmon, a brilliant 17-year-old high school student, who became involved in a robbery, which ended in murder. He will fight to prove his innocence and integrity to a system that has already condemned him.

May 14: The Woman at the Window

Thriller by Joe Wright (Pride and Prejudice, Come back to me, The Dark Hours), The Woman at the Window is the adaptation of AJ Finn’s bestseller. Amy Adams plays Anna Fox, an agoraphobic child psychologist living cloistered in her New York home. She starts spying on her neighbors and helplessly witnesses a terrible crime. Hallucination or conspiracy? The rest of the cast of this breathtaking film include Gary Oldman, Anthony Mackie, Julianne Moore, Wyatt Russell and Jennifer Jason Leigh.



May 1: Jacques Tati Collection (Mon Oncle, Les vacances de M. Hulot, Playtime)

May 1: Ingmar Bergman Collection (Scenes from married life, The Seventh Seal, Autumn Sonata)

May 1: Alain Delon Collection (Plein Soleil, M. Klein, Un Flic)

May 12: Le Bal des 41

May 14: I am all the girls

May 14: The Bad Camp

May 26: Il Divin Codino: The Art of the Goal by Roberto Baggio

May 27: Blue Miracle

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