Netflix It is little less than condemned to continue producing original content on a massive scale, as it loses more and more licenses for foreign series and movies. A particularly sensitive drop in the coming days will be ‘predestination’since the great science fiction movie with time travel will leave the streaming platform this coming Thursday May 4th.
In this way, the film directed by the Spierig brothersalso responsible for ‘Daybreakers’, will leave Netflix a year after first appearing in its catalog. Already then we review all the virtues of this amazing temporary adventure starring Ethan Hawke and Sarah Snookwhom many of you may recognize for his unforgettable participation in ‘Succession’.
Based on a short story by Robert A. Heinlein Released in 1959, ‘Predestination’ is one of those rare films that one is grateful to know as little about as possible. However, I know that this will not work for many of you, so it can be noted that the starting point is that the agent of a secret government department has to catch a mysterious terrorist, using technology that allows him to travel in time. Seriously, you don’t want to know more.
Please note that Netflix is the only streaming platform where ‘Predestination’ is available today, so who knows how long it will be before seeing her in another. It may be just days or it may end up missing for a while. It also doesn’t help that the edition that was on blu-ray in Spain that included juicy extras has been out of print for some time…
In case you have already seen ‘Predestination’ and you are looking for something along that line, I remind you that we have a list of best time travel movies and another of the same but that they are available on Netflix. Also, you can take a look at our review of best sci-fi movies everthe best of that genre of the past decade (2010-2019)to this selection of amazing sci-fi movies to watch on netflix or this work of cool space sci-fi movies available to stream. It will not be for lack of variety.
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Netflix loses one of the best time travel movies in history: last chance to see this great sci-fi madness with Ethan Hawke