The HBO Max movies that we recommend for the week of March 13

Not a day goes by without Netflix, Amazon Prime, HBO Max, Disney, Apple TV or Movistar updating their movie catalogue.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
17 March 2023 Friday 00:07
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The HBO Max movies that we recommend for the week of March 13

Not a day goes by without Netflix, Amazon Prime, HBO Max, Disney, Apple TV or Movistar updating their movie catalogue. We can choose between action, drama, terror, comedy, adventure, documentary, musical... although it is difficult to get it right with so many films. So that you do not miss out on so much content, novelty and premiere, we recommend five titles that you cannot miss this week of March 13.

Premiered on 05/11/2019. Directed by: Hamish Hamilton. Cast: Jamie Morton, James Cooper, Alice Levine.

See more information on My Dad Wrote a Porno.

Premiered on 05/03/2019. Director: Erin Lee Carr. Cast: McKayla Maroney, Aly Raisman, Rachel Denhollander, Dianne Feinstein.

In 2016, gymnastics in the United States was shaken after discovering that Dr. Larry Nassar had been abusing female athletes for years. This documentary focuses on the scandal, his cover, and what happened next.

Learn more about Dr. Nassar: The USA Gymnastics Case.

Premiered on 01/19/2019. Directed by: Toby Haynes. Cast: Benedict Cumberbatch, Rory Kinnear, John Heffernan, Oliver Maltman.

Film that unravels the anatomy of the historic Brexit referendum, which culminated in the United Kingdom's decision to leave the European Union. A behind-the-scenes portrait of the political campaign and the tactics used to redirect the opinion of an entire country.

See more information on Brexit.

Premiered on 01/09/2020. Address: Faozán Rizal. Cast: Reza Rahadian, Butet Kertaradjasa, Salvita Decorte, Lukman Sardi.

See more information about Abracadabra.

Premiered on 09/17/2020. Directed by: Leon Joosen. Cast: Warwick Davis, Gemma Arterton, Togo Igawa, Richard E. Grant.

See more information about Master Moley By Royal Invitation.

Premiered on 10/22/2020. Address:KD Davison. Cast: Jon Meacham, John Lewis, George Takei, Lisa Tetrault.

Pulitzer Prize-winning writer, journalist, historian, and presidential biographer John Meacham offers timely and invaluable insights into the country's current political and historical moment by examining its past. Based on his 2018 bestseller of the same name.

See more information on The Soul of America.

Premiered on 03/19/2020. Directed by: Andrew Rossi. Cast: Jack Burkman, Elizabeth Williamson, Molly McKew, Troy Michalik.

Documentary that examines the growing problem of the fake news phenomenon in the social media era in the United States and the impact that misinformation and conspiracy theories have on citizens.

Consult more information about Post-truth: misinformation and the cost of fake news.

Premiered on 03/24/2021. Directed by: Antoine Fuqua. Cast: Chris Paul, Natasha Cloud, Mookie Betts, Malika Andrews.

HBO original documentary that follows the story of the unprecedented stoppage of sports competitions in March 2020 and the events that followed. Antoine Fuqua, director of Training Day, recounts the abrupt stoppage, the role of athletes in the debate on racial injustices that intensified during the pandemic and the complex return to competitions..

See more information on The Day the Sport Stopped.

Premiered on 07/24/2021. Directed by: Greg Franklin. Cast: Tig Notaro, Margaret Cho.

See more information on Tig Notaro: Drawn.

Premiered on 03/16/2021. Directed by: Hannah Olson. Cast: Rebecca Frasure, Kent Frasure, Cheryl Molesky, Paul Molesky.

First-person account of what happened aboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship, which sailed from Yokohama in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic and led to the first and largest outbreak of the disease outside of China.

See more information on The Last Cruise.