Movies That Will Show on Netflix in March 2022, Save the Date!

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Every month, the streaming service Netflix adds new movies and series so that users will never run out of viewing. The shows available on Netflix come from various countries with a variety of genres.

Entering March, it’s a good idea to know what films will be showing. Here are seven recommendations for exciting films that are ready to air on Netflix this month. Save the date, OK!

1. Knives Out (2019)

Knives Out tells the story of a famous and rich mystery novel writer named Harlan Thrombey. One day, at the celebration of his 85th birthday, he was found mysteriously dead.

Detective Benoit Blanc who investigated this case made the Harlan family who were present as suspects and interrogated them one by one. The film, directed by Rian Johnson, starring Daniel Craig, will be coming to Netflix on March 1, 2022.

2. The Adam Project (2022)

The Adam Project is a Netflix original science fiction film. This film tells of a pilot named Adam Reed who travels back in time. From the future, he returns to the year 2022 and makes an emergency landing to meet himself as a teenager.

The Adam duo retreat to the past once again to meet their father. Adult Adam, teenage Adam and their father work together to complete a difficult mission to save the future. The film, which reunites director Shawn Levy and actor Ryan Reynolds, is ready to air on Netflix on March 11.

3. The Hunger Games (2012)

This science fiction film directed by Gary Ross is adapted from the novel of the same name by Suzanne Collins.The Hunger Games tells the story of a deadly game in an event that is broadcast on television.

To win the game, each participant must fight to the death. Kill or be killed is a difficult choice to make. The film, starring Jennifer Lawrence, will hit Netflix on March 23, 2022.

4. Just Mercy (2019)

This drama film, directed by Destin Daniel Cretton, is adapted from Bryan Stevenson’s memoir, Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption (2014).

This film tells the true story of Stevenson’s experience as a lawyer in defending death row convicts in order to get proper legal rights. The film, starring Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Foxx, will hit Netflix on March 1.