Among the upcoming news: “My Decision, by Andrés Iniesta” and “Bullet train”
Smiles editorial team
November 8, 2022 at 4:02 pm
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Big titles are coming up in November Rakuten TV. Rounding out this month’s AVOD section is the new original Rakuten TV documentary “My Decision, by Andrés Iniesta“, exclusively available for free on the platform throughout Europe from 1 November: an unedited look at the life of football legend Andrés Iniesta in one of the most difficult moments of his career. Also arriving in November is the detective story “LA Confidential” by Curtis Hanson with the likes of Danny DeVito, Kim Basinger, Russell Crowe, Kevin Spacey, Guy Pearce and James Cromwell; winner of two Academy Awards® and a Golden Globe, available “JFK” directed by Oliver Stone with Kevin Costner, Tommy Lee Jones, Edward Asner, Walter Matthau, Sally Kirkland and John Candy; it’s still “Legends”Ridley Scott’s epic fantasy starring Mia Sara, Tim Curry, Tom Cruise, Cork Hubbert and Billy Barty; the documentary film “Karenina & I” by Tommaso Mottola with Sonia Bergamasco and an amazing Gørild Mauseth, Norwegian of origin, who plays Anna Karenina acting entirely in Russian; “True Story” by Rupert Goold with Felicity Jones, Maria Dizzia, Rebecca Henderson, Gretchen Mol and Ethan Suplee, based on a true story, which deals with the false identity of a dangerous wanted man and a journalist who will seek his own redemption. For comedy lovers romantic here it comes”My Super Ex-Girlfriend” by Ivan Reitman with Uma Thurman, Luke Wilson, Anna Faris, Eddie Izzard, Rainn Wilson and Wanda Sykes; “A Midsummer Night’s Dream“, directed by Michael Hoffman with an enchanting Michelle Pfeiffer, Rupert Everett, Kevin Kline, Sophie Marceau and David Strathairn; the Italian comedy “Such a big love” by Cristian De Mattheis with Giuseppe Maggio, Francesca Loy, Franco Castellano II, Eleonora Brown, Fioretta Mari, Riccardo Polizzy Carbonelli and “Date and Switch“, with Nicholas Braun and Dakota Johnson. Rounding out the November AVOD offer is the adventurous “Kidnap me“, by Giovanni Luca Gargano with Pietro Delle Piane, Paolo Cutuli, Carmelo Caccamo, Vincenzo Di Rosa and Massimo Olcese, and the action film “Bangkok Dangerous“, directed by Oxide Pang Chun and Danny Pang with Nicolas Cage, Charlie Yeung, Shahkrit Yamnarm, Nirattisai Kaljaruek and Panward Hemmanee.
In the TVOD section of the platform there are many new features: available for purchase and from 11 November for rental here is “Bullet train“, thriller starring Brad Pitt, Sandra Bullock, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Michael Shannon and Hiroyuki Sanada; also available for rental the blockbuster animated film “Minions 2 – how Gru becomes very evil” from November 3rd and for purchase from October 25th “Don’t worry Darling“, halfway between thriller and horror with Florence Pugh, Harry Styles, Olivia Wilde, who is also directing the film, Gemma Chan and KiKi Layne. A series of unmissable titles are arriving in November: from the docu-film “Moonage Daydream” by Brett Morgen, a cinematic odyssey through the art of David Bowie, a “Nope“, the third work written, directed and produced by the visionary Jordan Peele, with Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer, Steven Yeun, Michael Wincott and Brandon Perea; from “Spider-Man: No Way Home“, available in an extended version and accompanied by extra content, to comedies “Malcolm’s list“, story of a young woman who courts a mysterious wealthy man in 19th-century England, and “Mack & Rit” with Diane Keaton as a 30-year-old writer who discovers that she has magically transformed into her 70-year-old self. Laughter guaranteed! And again, more dramatic here is “Goodbye, Mister Haffmann” at a special price from 9 to 13 November, the story of a very talented Jewish jeweler whose existence will be turned upside down by the Nazi occupation, by Fred Cavayé with Daniel Auteuil, Gilles Lellouche, Sara Giraudeau, Nikolai Kinski, Anne Coesens; already available even the adrenaline “Sniper: Unauthorized Mission“, directed by Oliver Thompson with Chad Michael Collins, Ryan Robbins, Sayaka Akimoto, Josh Brener and Dennis Haysbert.