Mystery genres whether in books or in films always get you by the throat. Then keep going along until you’re neck-deep into the story. The internet has brought these 5 amazing movies and TV series if you like trying your own shot at criminal dramas.
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1. Money Heist (2017)
The hit original Netflix series creatively planned their way to sneak into our hearts. Money heist or “La Casa de Papel” is a Spanish Heist Crime Drama Netflix series that boomed back in the year 2017.
The story revolves around eight thieves with city names and their head the professor take hostages in the Royal Mint of Spain as they creatively “steal” the money. Or do they?
Directed by Alex Pina, Money Heist talks about a lot of current affairs that no one dares to talk about. Every episode will keep you coming back for more.
2. Sherlock Holmes (2009)
Originally debuted as a book series written by Arthur Conan Doyle back in 1892, it immediately captured everyone’s attention. Because of the popularity, it received ever since it made its way to the big screens. Directed by Guy Ritchie and starring Iron Man himself, Robert Downey Jr.
The story unfolds in the year 1890, where detective Holmes and his partner Watson are hired to solve a case. The case is about a mystery plot to gain control of Britain by means of supernatural magic.
Because of the immense support that the film received it later had a sequel in 2011. Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows is still made by the same director, and cast. It received a gross of $545 despite receiving different critic reviews.
Airing from 2010 to 2017 Netflix released an original TV Series following the namesake. Starring Benedict Cumberbatch and created by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss, produced thirteen episodes and four three-part series.
The legendary movie starring Robert Downey Jr. is a must watch if you love suspense thrillers. Downey brings his charismatic style and is able to make an impression as the protagonist. You can catch Sherlock Holmes, the movie on different streaming platforms, as well as download it from https://u1337x.org/
3. Zodiac (2007)
‘Zodiac‘ follows cartoonist Robert Graysmith of the San Francisco Chronicles and his obsession with identifying the renowned Zodiac killer.
The Zodiac Killer has been ridiculing law enforcement and threatening the public through his codes, letters, and encryptions to the newspaper.
Director David Fincher and stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Mark Ruffalo, and Robert Downey Jr, have brilliantly mesmerized the audience with great acting. The film is also known to show ave creative multi-perspective in this film.
4. The Da Vinci Code (2006)
Based on Dan Brown’s 2003 novel, of the same name, this movie cracks everyone’s heart open, and stays there. Directed by Ron Howard, the Da Vinci Code will keep you guessing, then guessing, and more guessing.
In the movie, Robert Langdon, a University professor of religion, is the main suspect in the gruesome and strange murder of Louvre curator Jacques Saunière.
Eventually, the cops discover a strange cipher on the body and begin an inquiry. This lead to a series of unfolding mystery that takes Langdon on a journey to find the “Holy Grail”
5. Murder on the Orient Express (2017)
A 2017 film by Kenneth Branagh based on the hit novel of the same name by Agatha Christie in 1934.
In 1934 renowned OCD Belgian detective Hercule Poirot attempts to solve a theft case on the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. Hercule Poirot seeks balance in life and considers his amazing case-solving abilities as his curse. So where does this case brings the eccentric detective along?
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