Like Crazy is a 2011 American romantic drama film directed by Drake Doremus and starring Anton Yelchin, Felicity Jones, and Jennifer Lawrence. Written by Doremus and Ben York Jones, the film tells the story of Anna (Felicity Jones), a British exchange student who falls in love with an American student, Jacob (Anton Yelchin), only to be separated from him when she is denied re-entry into the United States after staying in the country longer than her student visa allows.
Anna Gardner, a British exchange student attending college in Los Angeles, meets and falls in love with Jacob Helm, an American student who returns her affections. After graduation, Anna decides to spend the summer with Jacob rather than return to the United Kingdom, unaware of the consequences of overstaying her student visa, which expired upon her graduation. After returning to London for a family engagement, Anna flies back to Los Angeles, where she is detained, denied entry, and deported back to the United Kingdom by immigration officials.
In this classic romance, the perfectly average Will Thacker falls in love with American movie star Anna Scott. Despite radically (extremely) different lives and experiences, the two must decide if their love is worth pursuing.
This movie tells the story of Stephen Hawking. When Jane Wilde confesses her love, the two must try to build a relationship through a difficult time. Their love only becomes more difficult when Hawking learns that he has an incurable disease and very little time left to live.
Searching for something romantic? Stream Tune in for Love. Are thrillers and horror movies more your thing? Try The Call, which features both time travel and a serial killer. Looking for a flick that's outside the box? The award-winning Okja by Parasite's Bong Joon-ho is genre-defying. Or, perhaps you're seeking a fun and raunchy comedy, like Seoul Searching, because we could all use a laugh right about now. Plus, there's no barrier to entry because all those movies can be streamed with English audio and subtitles. From arthouse films, to big budget options, and critically-acclaimed picks featuring beloved stars, here are the best Korean movies on Netflix you can watch right now.
A highly entertaining movie that just recently came out in 2022, "The Pirates, The Last Royal Treasure" on Netflix is a remake (or a sequel) of the original "The Pirates" movie from 2014. We love to see a strong female lead fight the seas and the many opposing teams all trying to get their hands on the treasure lost in the ocean.
Shortly after its release online, Alive reached the #1 spot on Netflix's Top 10 list. If you loved Train to Busan or Sweet Home, this Korean zombie thriller will delight. The movie follows the life of a loner millennial video gamer who has to fight for his survival as the world around him turns into an apocalyptic zombie nightmare. Despite the horror, the film paints a picture of how to keep hope alive, even in very desperate times. 2b1af7f3a8