The most exciting OTT movie release on the list this week include the romantic drama After Everything which is the fifth instalment in the After film series.
It's time for all of us to embrace the month of February following a long Republic Day weekend. There's nothing more exciting than beginning the month of love by getting entertained with digital releases. This week is jam-packed with surprises for everyone, including the greatest OTT movie release and we have picked out the best ones for you, keep reading!
The Greatest Night In Pop on Netflix
46 iconic musicians, including Diana Ross, Michael Jackson, Bruce Springsteen, Lionel Richie, Cyndi Lauper, and Stevie Wonder, convened for the most renowned recording session in history on a tranquil day in 1985. The untold story of the nearly nonexistent global pop hit, We Are the World, is presented in this documentary.
After Everything on Prime Video
Inspired by the characters found in Anna Todd's After series of novels, the movie centers on Hardin, a writer experiencing a heartbreaking separation from his long-term partner, Tessa. In an attempt to overcome his writer's block, Hardin chooses to go to Portugal and find a woman he hurt in the past. But as time goes on, the trip becomes more about him discovering who he is and realizing that before he can fully commit to Tessa, he must alter the way he lives.
Orion and the Dark on Netflix
Orion is a quiet, humble child attending an elementary school. Beneath his ostensibly average façade, Orion is a young child overcome with unreasonable fears. The Dark is what he is most afraid of. But when the real-life version of his biggest nightmare shows up to ride a roller coaster across the globe and reassure him that there is nothing to fear in the dark, everything changes for him.
WIL on Netflix
Dutch drama WIL revolves around Wilfried Wils, an auxiliary policeman in Antwerp at the start of World War II. Meanbeard, a guy who has sided with the German occupier, gives Wilfried attention and materialistic support while the city descends into violence and mistrust. In addition, Wilfried gets support from his anti-Nazi coworker Lode, who is the brother of Wilfried's girlfriend Yvette.