10 movies you shouldn't miss on Yomvi

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The television services Internet have great advantages. And it is that in addition to being able to enjoy exclusive channels and content, they offer us the opportunity to watch a huge number of interesting movies and series without having to leave home, on TV or from a tablet or mobile, in order to take them all with us parts. This is Yomvi , a service offered by MOVISTAR + . If you register, you will be able to access a good number of movies that will come in handy for a more entertaining August. Here are 10 movies that you should not miss for the world . You fancy a movie, right?

1. Suffragettes

If you like films of fight and feminism, you cannot miss Suffragettes (Suffragette, 2015) , directed by Sarah Gavron . The film represents the founding of the British movement in favor of women's suffrage, which took place in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. These heroines played by Carey Mulligan, Helena Bonham Carter, Ben Whishaw and Meryl Streep shot some scenes of the film in the Parliament of the United Kingdom for the first time in history. Suffragettes offers a moving overview of the struggle for women's rights, both in the world of work, and with regard to education or the rights over their children.

2. Inside Out

The setback (Inside Out) is one of the last films he has made known the factory Pixar with the distribution of Walt Disney Pictures . It is a special film because, despite being a classic 3D animation work , its plot revolves around emotions. In it, a girl named Riley Anderso n will embark on a journey through Joy, Sadness, Fear, Fury and Disgust . It will be great for you to spend an interesting afternoon at home with the children, although if you don't have one, you will also love it.

3. Everest

It is a harrowing film, but exciting and very well developed by Baltasar Kormákur . It tells of the tragedy that occurred on Mount Everest on May 10, 1996 , in which eight climbers were killed in a storm at the top of the mountain. Stars are Jason Clarke, Josh Brolin, John Hwkes, Robin Wright, Michael Kelly, Keira Knightley, Emily Watson, Sam Worthington and Jake Gylenhaal . If you like adventure movies and well-crafted dramas, here's a gold ribbon.

4. The theory of everything

Based on the memoirs of Jane Hawking , first wife of the theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking , The Theory of Everything is a British film that reviews the lives of both since they met, through the diagnosis and the disease that Hawking suffers . Awarded at various festivals, the film narrates in a very emotional way the life journey of the Hawkings. Among its protagonists are Charlie Cox, Emily Watson, Simon McBurney and David Thewlis , under the direction of James Marsh, Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones . You will love it if you are curious about science and in general, about the human race.

5. Whiplash

And let's go for another curious story. In this case, that of Andrew Neiman , a young jazz drummer who attends one of the best music schools in New York . In the course of his training he will be under the tutelage of Terrence Fletcher , a jazz player who inspires real dread. His objective will be at all times to get the maximum potential of the student and for this, the latter will have to suffer. And a lot. In Whiplash you will suffer a lot, but you will also get excited as you have rarely done. One hundred percent recommended.

6. Trash. Thieves of hope.

And we are going for the social complaint. In Trash. Thieves of hope , two children from the favelas of Rio de Janeiro find a wallet in a landfill. The local police will look for them to offer them a generous reward and then they will understand that this discovery will have changed their lives. The film takes you into an extraordinary adventure in which Rafael and Gardo will try to discover the secret that that wallet hides and keep it. It is dramatic and it is skillful. We hope you like.

7. Ernest & Célestine

If we asked you to imagine a charming movie, you would probably imagine something like Ernest & Célestine . Directed by Stéphane Aubier, Vincent Patar and Benjamin Renner , this is an animated film in which a world of bears is represented. Ernest , a curmudgeon bear but with a very good heart, welcomes little Célestine , an orphan rat who has escaped from her underworld , into his home . Together they will learn to know each other and will forge a friendship that will defy all established conventions. It's great to watch with kids, but we wouldn't give it up despite being adults.

8. Fargo

Knowing that Fargo is a Coen Brothers film , there is probably no need to add anything else. But we will. Released in 1996 , Fargo is one of the most recognized and awarded films in cinemas, so if you haven't seen it yet, you can't miss it. The film stars Frances McDormand , a Minnesota police chief investigating the murders that take place after a debt-ridden car salesman hired two criminals to kidnap his own wife for her ransom. the hand of his father-in-law.

9. Belle and Sébastian

And we are ending with one of those movies that emotionally we would fit into the category of "endearing." Belle and Sébastian  is a film directed by Nicolas Vanier , which is nothing more than an adaptation of the famous novel by Cécile Aubry . Sébastian is a lonely boy who lives in the Alps. There he meets a wild dog whom he calls Belle. This bucolic life will be interrupted by the arrival of the Germans, in the middle of the Second World War. Sébastian will then leave, in search of his mother.

10. The girls on the sixth floor

We have reserved a very special movie for number ten. This is The Girls on the Sixth Floor , a French film directed by Philippe Le Guay that tells the story of a group of Spanish emigrants in the 60s who worked as maids in different wealthy houses. The film has the participation of Spanish actresses such as Natalia Verbeke, Carmen Maura or Lola Dueñas . A curious and interesting comedy that you will like if you are interested in the subject.

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