Exploring The Best Movies and TV Shows of Recent Years

Best Movies and TV Shows of Recent Years
Exploring the Best Movies and TV Shows of Recent Years
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Movies and TV shows offer us a glimpse into different worlds, from the nostalgic past to the surreal present. In “Hoops,” the audience follows the journey of a high school basketball coach with a foul mouth who is determined to improve his team’s performance. “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy vs the Reverend” is an interactive special that takes viewers on a wild ride with the quirky and endearing Kimmy as she makes choices and goes on adventures. “They Call Me Jeeg” is an action-packed adventure set on the streets of Rome, where a small-time criminal acquires superpowers and uses them to fight for good. “Under the Riccione Sun” is a charming and heartwarming Italian comedy that follows a group of teenagers as they navigate love, friendship, and growing up.

Finally, “Back to the Future” is a beloved classic that takes us on a time-traveling adventure with teenager Marty McFly and the eccentric scientist Doc Brown. These movies and TV shows offer a unique and diverse viewing experience, showcasing the creativity and talent of the industry. Join us as we explore the best movies and TV shows of recent years, from “Hoops” to “Back to the Future” and beyond.

Hoops (TV Series 2020)

 Animated sitcom about an impulsive and foul-mouthed high school basketball coach (Jake Johnson) who believes he can conquer the upper divisions by getting his ramshackle team back on track to turn his miserable life around.

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy vs the Reverend 

Kimmy Schmidt (Ellie Kemper) becomes a movie (interactive!) and sets off on her greatest adventure that takes her to three different states, complete with explosions and a dancing hamburger. And… you decide how it ends. Will you defeat the Reverend (Jon Hamm) and get Kimmy to her wedding in time? Or will you unintentionally start a war against the robots? Grab the remote control and a platter of delicious cod and get ready for Kimmy’s interactive Netflix special.

They Call Me Jeeg (2015)

Enzo Ceccotti (Claudio Santamaria) dives into the Tiber to evade police and accidentally comes into contact with a radioactive substance. Which gives him superpowers that he uses to fight crime in the outskirts of Rome. Alessia, a girl Enzo meets, believes he is the hero of a Japanese cartoon, and the film is named after her.

Under the Riccione Sun (2020)

Marco, Vincenzo, Camilla and Ciro are very different guys, but all looking for love, friendship and fun. On the soundtrack of Thegiornalisti, from whose single “Riccione” the film takes its title, their summer events follow one another. As a background to these adolescent stories. We find stories of adults who rediscover love in old age: Lucio, Irene and Gualtiero.

Back to the Future (1985)

The entire Back to the Future trilogy arrives on Netflix for a respectable full immersion. The hugely successful 1980s saga chronicles the adventures of Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) and his quirky scientist friend Emmett “Doc” Brown (Christopher Lloyd), across four eras (1955, 1985, 2015 and 1885). Thanks to a time machine made from a car, a DeLorean DMC-12, built by Doc to avoid catastrophic time paradoxes.

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