“Lethal Illusions” is the preferred film on Netflix, in accordance with the streaming service’s public rating system.
The brand new psychological thriller stars Kristin Davis, Dermot Mulroney and Greer Grammer (daughter of actor Kelsey Grammer), and tells the story of a novelist who hires a younger nanny to take care of her kids whereas she offers with author’s block. Cue twists and turns and an ending that’s left viewers with many questions.
The Netflix documentary “Operation Varsity Blues,” which takes a deep dive into the 2019 faculty admissions scandal, is within the No. 2 spot. It’s the newest from Chris Smith, who additionally directed fan-favorite documentaries “Fyre” and “The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann.” In third place is the Netflix kids’s e book adaptation “Sure Day,” starring Jennifer Garner.
The one different Netflix film within the prime 10 is “Bigfoot Household,” which debuted in late February and shortly rose to the highest of the platform’s ranks. Two different kid-friendly choices close to the top of the record are “The BFG” and “The Secret Lifetime of Pets 2.”
Nicolas Cage’s sci-fi martial arts movie, “Jiu Jitsu,” can also be on the record, along with the nostalgia-inducing documentary “The Final Blockbuster” and the space-set film “Skylines.”
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