May is coming and it's time to see the movies that arrive on Netflix. Captain America 2: The Winter Soldier is coming to the service, along with the Oscar nominee Lion-A Journey Home, Until the Last Man and the winner Moonlight.
Handsome: A Netflix Mystery Movie
A comedy and mystery film. Homicide detective Gene Handsome tries to make sense of his life and solve a crime. Only he is very good at just one of these subjects. The film opens on Netflix on May 5. Cast: Jeff Garlin, Christine Woods, Natasha Lyonne, Amy Sedaris, Steven Weber, Eddie Pepitone, Leah Remini, Timm Sharp, Brad Morris.
A rock star general determined to win the “impossible” war in Afghanistan takes us into the complex machinery of modern war. Inspired by a true story. This original Netflix movie opens May 26. Cast: Brad Pitt, Topher Grace, Emory Cohen, John Magaro, Scoot McNairy, Anthony Michael Hall, Will Poulter.
In this original Netflix anime film, a mysterious loner wanders with a powerful weapon through a dystopian maze. Your mission? Save humanity. The production opens on May 19.
Ajar, a desert snake, embarks on a wild adventure with his scorpion helper to rescue Eva, his true love, from the evil serpent sorcerer who kidnapped her. The production will premiere on Netflix on May 12th.
A former actor famous for playing a British TV detective with a bionic eye returns to action when an assassin insists on negotiating with him. The film opens on May 12th.
Captain America 2: The Winter Soldier
Continuing the saga of Marvel's 'Avengers', this superhero sequel features Steve Rogers living quietly in Washington, but increasingly restless. Thus, when a mortal enemy appears, he becomes Captain America and allies himself with the Black Widow. The film opens on May 1 on Netflix.
In this romantic sci-fi comedy starring Joaquin Phoenix, love arrives for a lonely young writer in the most elegant format: when he falls in love with the advanced operating system he bought to organize his life. This successful film opens on May 1.
Until the Last Man
During World War II, army doctor Desmond T. Doss (Andrew Garfield) refuses to take up a gun and kill people, however, during the Battle of Okinawa he works in the medical wing and saves over 75 men, being decorated . This makes Doss the first Conscious Opponent in American history to receive the Congressional Medal of Honor. This award-winning film opens on May 2.
The Imitation Game
In “The Imitation Game,” Benedict Cumberbatch plays Alan Turing, the British mathematical, logical, cryptologist and computer scientist who led the mission to break the German Enigma Code, and helped the Allies win World War II. Turing went on to collaborate with the development of computers at the University of Manchester after the war, but was sued by the UK government in 1952 for homosexual acts considered illegal by the country. The acclaimed film, which received 8 Oscar® nominations, including the statuette received for Best Adapted Screenplay, opens May 19.
Batman the Dark Knight Rises
Still mourning the losses of the past, billionaire Bruce Wayne is in conflict with the possibility of putting on the cover of his lethal alter ego, Batman, but defends Gotham when the city is threatened by new enemies, such as the stealthy Catwoman and the sinister Bane. The film opens on May 20. Cast: Christian Bale, Anne Hathaway, Marion Cotillard and Michael Caine
Lion - A journey home
When he was just five, Indian Saroo (Dev Patel) lost his brother at a train station in Calcutta and faced great challenges to survive alone until he was adopted by an Australian family. Unable to overcome what happened, at the age of 25, he decides to look for a way to find his biological family again. This acclaimed film opens on May 30th.
Moonlight - Under the Moonlight
Black (Trevante Rhodes) takes a journey of self-knowledge as he tries to escape the easy path of crime and the drug world of Miami. Finding love in surprising places, he dreams of a wonderful future. The Oscar winner will premiere on Netflix on May 31.