Grab the tissues, because we’re venturing into Lara Jean’s world for the final film in the To All The Boys trilogy. After two films the couple are now soild in their relationship, but they soon realise they a face big and very real challenge: their own futures. With graduation and college on the horizon, the two both apply to Stanford in hopes of staying together. But after a family trip to Korea, Lara-Jean returns home to find out she has been rejected. With the prospect of the couple breaking up due to their potential 3,000-mile distance, Lara-Jean and Peter (Noah Centineo) must decide between ending their relationship or going all in for the long-haul.
WHAT TO WATCH
Say goodbye to Lara-Jean and Peter in the final To All The Boys and enter a new reality with Salma Hayek and Owen Wilson in Bliss: all the shows you should be watching this weekend.
To All The Boys: Always And Forever
Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel
So you’ve seen it trending all week on Twitter since it’s release, and now Friday is here you can finally engross yourself in the Vanishing at Cecil Hotel. Like most true crime documentary-series it’s never what it seems in the first instance, if anything it’s better, and the new Netflix series does just that. The 4-part episode series focuses on one specific case that has since gripped the TL – the fascinating disappearance of 21-year-old Canadian traveller Elisa Lam in 2013. Vanishing on the 31st of January that year, the traveller’s body was found three weeks later in the hotel’s water tank, leaving people with just one question – what happened to Elisa Lam? Berlinger and his team unpack all of the conspiracy theories and eventually leave us with what feels like the truth – but will you believe it?
Since the release of The Matrix over two decades ago, people often wonder if this is all stimulation, for Greg Wittle in Mike Cahill’s Bliss this thinking doesn’t seem so far fetched. Spending his working days daydreaming and envisioning an idyllic coastal retreat, Wittle is eventually fired by his boss, but this unfortunately leads to an argument whereby Wittle inadvertently kills his boss. Panicking, Wittle runs away, but not before meeting seemingly homeless woman, Isabel (Salma Hayek). Introducing him to a new world of drugs, Isabel shows Wittle how to manipulate the world with telekinesis. But with all these endless possibilities opened up to him, Wittle struggles to see what is real and what isn’t. Dropping on Amazon Video, the film has received good reviews for Spring cover star Salma Hayek‘s performance.
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We know what you’re thinking, a film about archaeological finds sounds just about as dire as the Antiques Roadshow. But trust us, Simon Stone’s historical drama hits a lot harder than you think it would. Set in the 1930s, wealthy landowner Edith Pretty hire amateur archaeologist Basil Brown (Ralph Fiennes) to investigate the mounds on her property in England. The poetic and wistful film romanticises the unearthing of history and delivers class act acting from Johnny Flynn and Lily James.
Fans of Money Heist prepare yourself, as we’re getting thrown back into the world of thieving for French drama Lupin. Having dropped on Netflix January 8th, the show has been taking over the TL, for its well thought out story and thrilling setting. Following the classic French story about Arséne Lupin, the world-famous gentleman thief and master of disguise, we’re taken through his life journey as he tries to clear his late father’s name. With the second part already set to come out this summer, engross yourself in this series this weekend.