Spider-Man Far From Home Ending

Did you think February was already a big Netflix month? Well, prepare yourself for March! This month, too, is almost falling apart again from the cool Original series, but also old classics that we can now finally stream.

Films on Netflix March 2020

15Mission: Impossible – Fallout

Tom Cruise stunts again as if his life depended on it in Mission: Impossible – Fallout! Oh yes: the life of Ethan Hunt is, of course, actually tied to a thread. As always. In Fallout (from March 5), he and his loyal IMF team are battling the Apostles, a new terrorist group.

The stunts in this film are of an epic level that you rarely see and just added a little extra to this already amazing action ranch. To enjoy! Fortunately, Tom Cruise already signed for two follow-up films.

14Spenser Confidential

After 6 Underground, Netflix will release a new pleasantly crazy but muddy action movie on March 6. In Spenser Confidential, Mark Wahlberg plays the rather criminal former police officer Spenser.

He is just out of jail and actually wants to leave Boston for good, but then his former boxing coach and mentor Henry (Alan Arkin) asks for help. And then, of course, you don’t say no. Together with MMA fighter Hawk (Winston Duke), he plunges into the underworld again to solve two mysterious murders.

13Dirty Harry

Did you think that Netflix was now done with those old toppers? Nope! Even Dirty Harry on March 1 added to the offer. Relive very old times with Clint Eastwood in top form, that’s what it comes down to here. The film revolves around the ruthless psychopath ‘Scorpio Killer’. He terrorizes the people of San Francisco, but then he gets Eastwood’s tough agent “Dirty” Harry Callahan.

12Saving Private Ryan

Earlier we talked about classics that we can finally stream on Netflix and war spelling Saving Private Ryan by Steven Spielberg (March 1) is a very big Hollywood hit. We follow Tom Hanks’ Captain Miller, who at all costs Private James Ryan (Matt Damon) wants to rescue from war zone now that his other three brothers have perished.

11Spider-Man: Far From Home

An MCU movie on Netflix? Yes indeed. There hassle with film rights – we will save you the complicated Sony/Disney details – the Marvel film Spider-Man: Far From Home, which was released last year, just comes to Netflix.

On March 1 you can see Peter Parker (Tom Holland) once again taking up his life after Tony Stark sacrificed himself in Avengers: Endgame in the fight against Thanos. What kind of superhero remains when Spidey has to do without his mentor? And can he finally win over MJ (Zendaya)?

10Dumb and Dumber

Another wonderful Hollywood oldie that you can see on March 1: Dumb and Dumber with Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels as the stupid friends Lloyd and Harry. If you are in a moody mood, there is actually no better movie to look away brainless.

It is all about a suitcase with money that the two want to bring back to the rightful owner. Believe it or not, Dumb and Dumber is a true comedy classic.

9Django Unchained

Quentin Tarantino blew us down last year with Once Upon A Time … In Hollywood. A few films ago he already did that. Django Unchained is a fairly hard film that painfully portrays the terrible past of slavery.

We follow the freed slave Django (Jamie Foxx) who sets off with a German bounty hunter (Christoph Waltz). Their goal? Rescue Django’s imprisoned wife Broomhilda from the in and in bad slave driver Calvin Candie, masterfully played by Leonardo DiCaprio.

8Angel Has Fallen

Gerard Butler who protects the president is a proven recipe. That also worked very well in Olympus and London Has Fallen! In Angel Has Fallen the roles have been reversed once. Mike Banning is now suspected of a murder attempt on his own president. A blistering race against the clock follows when Mike has to find out who was responsible for this terrorist action. From March 20 on Netflix.

7Studio Ghibli movies

Last month we received the first batch of Studio Ghibli films and this month a new batch of stunningly beautiful Japanese animation films is ready. This month the most famous and perhaps best film from the well-known studio is included: Spirited Away. Also, Princess Mononoke, The Secret World of Arrietty, The Tale of Princess Kaguya, The Cat Returns, My Neighbors the Yamadas and Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind will be on March 1 added to the offer.

6The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions

Netflix drops two more bombs on 1 March: the last two parts from the original Matrix trilogy, Reloaded and Revolutions. Here Keanu Reeves’ Neo, as a chosen one, tries to stop the war between man and machine. Two sci-fi classics that you should definitely have seen while waiting for part 4, although it remains a shame that part 1 is not on Netflix…


Series on Netflix March 2020

5The Letter for The King

A new Netflix Original series is always exciting, but we view it with a lot of interest. The Letter for The King is based on the classic children’s book The Letter for the King by Tonke Dragt. In it the young page Tiuri gets an important letter pushed into his hands, which must be brought to the king at all costs. The survival of the kingdom is at stake, but spies and other scum are close to Tiuri. To be seen from March 20.

4Élite season 3

Fans of Riverdale -like situations can indulge: Élite is coming back! In season 3 of this wonderful teen show, a bunch of new kids comes to the exclusive Las Encinas school. Who are they? You can read that here. On March 13, Netflix drops the new episodes and that is about time: we demand answers after the shocker of season 2!

Ozark season 3

Netflix own Breaking Bad series makes a comeback this month! In season 3 of Ozark, we see how money laundering king Marty Byrde (Jason Bateman) gets even deeper into the world of the Mexican drug cartel. Undoubtedly this dark series – certainly with that gigantic casino ship from season 2 – is going a step further towards complete ruin for Marty and his family. Exciting! The bing can start again on March 27.

3Kingdom season 2

At the beginning of 2019, there was suddenly Kingdom, a super-cool, politically tinted South Korean show with zombies. Holy shit. Season 2 – to be seen from March 13 – also promises to become epic again. Expect intense fighting scenes and terrible zombie attacks that bleach The Walking Dead.

2Castlevania season 3

It may not be on everyone’s radar, but the wonderful anime series Castlevania is definitely worth it. Vampires, monster hunters and a whole lot of blood – what more do you want? Castlevania is based on the video games of the same name and revolves around Trevor Belmont, a notorious vampire hunter who hunts for the scum that literally comes from hell. Season 3 is on Netflix from 5 March.

1Suits season 7B

Dutch fans of the Suits law firm do not have it that easy. Of course, they have been waiting for far too long for new episodes, while just about the entire world could see exactly how it all ended with lawyer Harvey Specter. On March 28, Netflix finally comes across with new episodes for season 7. There are also 9 seasons. So … now the rest!


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