What movies to watch this weekend on Netflix, HBO and Prime Video, especially if you like to play
Our recommendations with very entertaining movies that you can watch this weekend on Netflix, HBO and Prime Video.
Last weekend in March and there are only a few days left for the Easter break. We have not returned to normal yet and we continue to spend a lot of time at home, but If there is a way to entertain yourself at this time, it is through movies and series, and on streaming platforms we have plenty of content.
This time we are going to recommend some movies for those who like card games, gambling and betting. All of them bear a certain relationship with those worlds and have different approaches that make them interesting to see at least once. If you are fond of that kind of leisure, keep an eye out for what you can find on Netflix, HBO and Prime Video.
We cannot help but remind you that you still have the possibility of try Disney + before the dreaded price hike hits. Week by week the number of movies and series to watch is increasing. Have you already tried it?
Molly’s Game – Netflix
Few movies have better reflected the world of private poker games than Molly’s Game. Based on real events, it tells how a 21-year-old girl manages to become a millionaire organizing poker games and has interesting details about the aspects that must be taken into account, the type of players who attend, the legal limits … All this narrated with the rhythm provided by the director Aaron Sorkin in his film debut, the same creator of The Chicago Trial of the 7.
- Qualification: Molly’s Game
- Release year: 2017
- Duration: 141 minutes
- Platform: Netflix
Hangover – HBO
We totally changed gender and tone to enter a crazy night told from his subsequent hangover. If there is a place on the planet that is associated with the world of gambling, that is Las Vegas.. Surely you already know the details of this successful comedy, so you know what you will find: hilarious moments, the protagonists drugged and a race against time to solve all the chaos they experienced – and caused – at the bachelor party. Don’t you want to see it again?
- Qualification: The Hangover (The Hangover)
- Release year: 2009
- Duration: 100 minutes
- Platform: HBO
Deal – Prime Video
With Deal we find a basic scheme in this type of film, that of the teacher who teaches a totally different young man. A great former poker player observes in a university student someone he can trust to pass on his knowledge about the world of poker. But one of the World Poker Tour championships will have them face off. Deal is a simple film, but that hlovers of this game will enjoy.
- Qualification: Deal
- Release year: 2008
- Duration: 86 minutes
- Platform: Prime Video