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Todo lo que llegará a Netflix en junio de 2021

En junio de 2021, Netflix traerá algunas adaptaciones de renombre de propiedades queridas a su catálogo, incluidas Sweet Tooth de DC Comics y Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal: The Movie: Part 1 / Part 2 En el frente televisivo, Lupin: Part 2 llega el 11 de junio, y la quinta y última temporada de Kim’s Convenience estará disponible el 2 de junio.Junio ​​también es un gran mes para las películas en Netflix, ya que el anime Godzilla Singular Point llegará a la plataforma el 24 de junio y The Ice Road de Liam Neeson lo seguirá un día después, el 25 de junio.

El 18 de junio estará disponible Kevin Hart’s Fatherhood, una nueva película de Netflix que se basa en la historia real de un padre que lidia con la muerte repentina de su esposa y aprende a criar a un hijo como padre soltero.

Consulte la galería de diapositivas a continuación para ver los aspectos más destacados de las ofertas de junio de Netflix, seguidos de la lista completa (solo Netflix de EE. UU.):

Netflix Spotlight: junio de 2021

1 ° de Junio

  • Secuestro
  • Forajidos americanos
  • Mal profesor
  • Agujeros negros | El borde de todo lo que sabemos
  • CoComelon: un día soleado para jugar
  • Cuna 2 La tumba
  • Volteado
  • Los tontos se apresuran
  • Finales felices: temporada 1
  • Final feliz temporada 2
  • Final feliz temporada 3
  • Soy Sam
  • Con amor jones
  • Million Dollar Baby
  • Asesino ninja
  • Siete almas en el Castillo Calavera: Temporada Moon Jogen
  • Siete almas en el castillo de las calaveras: Season Moon Kagen
  • Quédate a mi lado
  • Starsky y Hutch
  • Calles de fuego
  • Supermonstruos: Érase una vez una rima – Familia Netflix
  • Pez espada
  • Las aventuras de Sonic the Hedgehog: Temporada 1
  • El mejor hombre
  • El gran Lebowski
  • El invitado de la boda
  • El viento
  • Lo que las mujeres quieren

2 de junio

  • 2 corazones
  • Solo: temporada 7
  • Carnaval – Película de Netflix
  • La conveniencia de Kim: temporada 5

3 de junio

  • Alan Saldaña: ​​Encerrado – Especial de comedia de Netflix
  • Archivo del creador: ORO – Serie Netflix
  • Dancing Queens – Película de Netflix
  • Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal: La película: Parte 1 / Parte 2 – Película de Netflix
  • Verano: Temporada 2 – Serie Netflix

4 de junio

  • Rompiendo fronteras: la ciencia de nuestro planeta – Documental de Netflix
  • Siéntete bien: Temporada 2 – Serie de Netflix
  • Sweet Tooth – Serie de Netflix
  • Trippin ‘with the Kandasamys – Película de Netflix
  • Xtreme – Película de Netflix

5 de junio

  • Kitty Love: un homenaje a los gatos – Documental de Netflix

7 de junio

9 de junio

  • Despierto – Película de Netflix
  • Fresco, frito y crujiente – Serie Netflix
  • LA’s Finest: Temporada 2
  • Selva trágica – Película de Netflix

10 de junio

  • Una casa encantada 2
  • Hermanas Carmellia
  • Locombianos – Serie Netflix

Junio ​​11

  • Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce): Temporada 2 – Serie de Netflix
  • Lupin: Parte 2 – Serie de Netflix
  • Skater Girl – Película de Netflix
  • Trese – Anime de Netflix
  • Wish Dragon – Familia Netflix

13 de junio

  • El diablo de abajo
  • Imagínese a un científico

14 de junio

  • Historias breves de élite – Serie de Netflix

15 de Junio

  • TLC
  • Comamos
  • Vida de crimen
  • Power Rangers Dino Fury: Temporada 1
  • Rhyme Time Town: Temporada 2 – Familia Netflix
  • ¡Señor! ¡No señor!
  • Relájate: experiencia interactiva de Netflix
  • Madres trabajadoras: Temporada 5 – Serie Netflix

Junio ​​16

  • Lowriders
  • Penguin Town – Documental de Netflix
  • Silver Skates – Película de Netflix

17 de junio

  • Black Summer: Temporada 2 – Serie de Netflix
  • The Gift: Temporada 3 – Serie de Netflix
  • Lista de reproducción del hospital: Temporada 2 – Serie de Netflix
  • Katla – Serie de Netflix
  • Libro de estrategias de Silver Linings

18 de junio

  • Una familia – Película de Netflix
  • Elite: Temporada 4 – Serie de Netflix
  • Paternidad – Película de Netflix
  • Comparte Thandhiram – Película de Netflix
  • La vida racional – Serie de Netflix
  • Los alquileres de vacaciones más increíbles del mundo – Serie de Netflix

19 de junio

  • Sin embargo – Serie Netflix

22 de junio

  • This Is Pop – Documental de Netflix

23 de junio

  • Bueno en papel – Película de Netflix
  • La casa de las flores: la película – Película de Netflix
  • Asesinato en la costa – Documental de Netflix
  • Demasiado caliente para manejar: Temporada 2 – Serie Netflix

24 de Junio

  • Godzilla Singular Point – Anime de Netflix
  • El director desnudo: Temporada 2 – Serie de Netflix
  • El séptimo día
  • Sisters on Track – Documental de Netflix

25 de junio

  • The A List: Temporada 2 – Serie de Netflix
  • The Ice Road – Película de Netflix
  • Sexo / Vida – Serie Netflix

26 de junio

  • Wonder Boy – Documental de Netflix

28 de junio

  • Mátalos suavemente
  • Los siete pecados capitales: Juicio del dragón – Anime de Netflix

29 de junio

  • StarBeam: Temporada 4 – Familia Netflix

30 de Junio

  • America: The Motion Picture – Película de Netflix
  • Mentir y robar
  • Sophie: Un asesinato en West Cork – Documental de Netflix

Fecha exacta por determinar

  • Ali y Ratu Ratu Queens – Película de Netflix
  • ¡Jiva! – Serie de Netflix
  • Ray – Serie de Netflix
  • Registro de Ragnarok – Anime de Netflix
  • Así que no vale la pena – Serie de Netflix

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The Taxman Cometh

And why does he check into a fleabag hotel? Doesn't the IRS pay him a salary? And what favor does his lifelong friend Dan (Barry Pepper) owe him? And why is he looking for people who need their own favors? And so on. For much of the first hour of "Seven Pounds," Ben Thomas acts according to a plan that seems perfectly clear, but only to himself. The reason it goes unexplained is that he has no need to explain it to himself, and no way to explain it to anyone else.

I am reminded of a film you should see some day, Melville's "Le Samourai," about a man who lies on a bed in a dark hotel room and smokes, and gets up, and pays meticulous attention to his appearance, and goes out into the night, and we have no idea who this man is. I find this more interesting than a movie about a man whose nature and objectives are made clear in the first five minutes, in a plot that simply points him straight ahead.

Will Smith displays a rather impressive range of emotional speeds here. He can be a tough, merciless IRS man. He can bend the rules on some cases. He can have a candlelight dinner with a beautiful woman named Emily Posa (Rosario Dawson) and go home afterward. She can sense his deep sadness. He is angry with people sometimes, but he seems angriest of all at himself. It's quite a performance.

And Dawson makes Emily not simply a woman confused, maybe offended, by his behavior, but a woman of instinctive empathy, who does an emotional dance with him, following his lead when he needs to be treated like an IRS agent or like a perfect gentleman or like a man who needs understanding even if she doesn't know what she's supposed to understand.

I haven't even hinted about the hidden motives in this film. Miraculously for once, even the trailers don't give anything away. I'll tell you one thing: I may have made Ben sound like an angel, but he is very much flesh and blood, and none of his actions are supernatural. He has his reasons. The director is Gabriele Muccino, who also directed Smith in "The Pursuit of Happyness." He is effective at timing the film's revelations so that they don't come suddenly like a U-turn; they're revealed at the last necessary points in the story. Some people will find it emotionally manipulative. Some people like to be emotionally manipulated. I do, when it's done well.

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Seven Pounds

2008 American drama film by Gabriele Muccino

Seven Pounds is a 2008 American drama film, directed by Gabriele Muccino, in which Will Smith stars as a man who sets out to change the lives of seven people. Rosario Dawson, Woody Harrelson, and Barry Pepper also star. The film was released in theaters in the United States and Canada on December 19, 2008, by Columbia Pictures. Despite receiving negative reviews, it was a box-office success, grossing US $168,168,201 worldwide.[1]


In Los Angeles, Ben Thomas berates a sales representative, Ezra Turner, over the phone. Ezra, who is blind, maintains his composure and politely ends the call. At an IRS office after hours, Ben researches Emily Posa, finding her being treated for a congenital heart defect. His brother calls, but Ben denies having taken something from his house.

At an elderly care home, Ben introduces himself as an IRS agent. Administrator Stewart Goodman brags about cutting costs despite buying himself a new BMW. Having paid for an unsuccessful bone marrow transplant, Stewart asks for an extension from the IRS until he can receive a bonus. Ben asks a resident named Inez if Stewart is a "good man", and she reveals that he is punishing her by refusing to bathe her. Ben takes Inez to the washroom himself, angrily denying Stewart’s request for an extension.

Ben tells Emily she is being audited, surprises her at home to assist with her debts, and they begin to bond. He moves into a motel room, where he keeps a deadly box jellyfish.

Ben asks Holly, a child and family services worker, for someone he can help. She directs him to Connie Tepos, a Hispanic immigrant trapped in an abusive relationship. Ben visits Connie and urges her to take action, leaving his business card. He donates a kidney to George, a junior hockey coach who arranged partial scholarships for some of his players to attend college.

When Emily is taken back to the hospital, Ben comforts her with a story about a boy named Tim and his little brother, and spends the night at her bedside. Beaten by her boyfriend, Connie calls Ben, who gives her the deed to his own house, providing her and her children with a safe home.

Emily is placed on the priority list for a heart transplant, and Ben takes her home. He initially rejects her attempts to become closer, but later apologizes, and she shows him her letterpress printing workshop. At the hospital, Ben donates bone marrow to help treat Nicholas, a young patient. Emily invites Ben over; after a romantic evening, he shows her he repaired her antique printing press, and they kiss. Ben’s brother arrives, revealing he is the real IRS agent Ben Thomas; “Ben” is actually Tim, who stole his brother’s identity temporarily. Tim starts to leave, but spends the night with Emily.

After Emily falls asleep, Tim goes to the hospital, where her doctor explains that her rare blood type makes finding a viable donor organ almost impossible. Tim calls his lifelong friend Dan Morris, who has promised to execute Tim’s will, and announces, “It’s time”. Returning to his motel room, Tim calls Ezra, to apologize and explain that his formally rude call was to ensure Ezra was a decent person, and Dan will contact him with a “gift”. He then calls 9-1-1 to report his impending suicide.

It is revealed that Tim, once a successful aeronautical engineer, texted while driving and collided with a van, killing all six occupants and his fiancée. Submerged in a bathtub of ice water, Tim allows himself to be stung to death by the jellyfish. His carefully-planned suicide preserves his organs.

Haunted by the deaths of these seven people, Tim was able to save the lives of six others with his organs: Ben required a lobe transplant, Holly receives part of his liver, George a kidney, Nicholas got bone marrow, Emily receives his heart, and Ezra receives his eyes. The seventh, Connie, received Tim's home allowing her and her children to escape an abusive relationship. Emily meets Ezra, who is now a music teacher and can see. Ezra realizes who she is from the heart surgery scar, and they embrace.


  • Will Smith as Ben Thomas (actually Tim Thomas, using his brother's name)
Smith described the reason he took on the role:

Usually with the films that I make there are ideas that I connect to, but lately I've been dealing with the bittersweet in life because it feels more natural. You don't ever get it really the way you want in life. That really fascinates me. As an actor, there are certain parts of a character that you create, and you train yourself to have those reactions and then it becomes hard to stop them when the role is over. You have to retrain yourself. My character in this film is like hot grits. You know you can't shake them off and when you do, it hurts.[2]

Smith felt that the character needed to be a quiet and rather introverted person who does not burn himself out at every possible instance. The character was a contrast to Smith's previous characters, and Smith felt that director Gabriele Muccino's trust in him helped him relax and avoid overextending himself. Smith acknowledged Seven Pounds as a drama film, but he saw it as more of a love story.[3]
Will Smith handpicked Ealy for the role of the main character's brother.[4]Connor Cruise, the adopted son of actor Tom Cruise and actress Nicole Kidman, was cast in his first role as a younger version of Ben Thomas.[5]


Seven Pounds is based on a script written by Grant Nieporte under Columbia Pictures. In June 2007, Will Smith joined the studio to star in the planned film and to serve as one of its producers.[6] In September 2007, director Gabriele Muccino, who worked with Smith on The Pursuit of Happyness (2006), was attached to direct Seven Pounds, bringing along his creative team from the 2006 film.[7] Smith was joined by Rosario Dawson and Woody Harrelson the following December to star in Seven Pounds. Filming began in February 2008.[8]

Most of the film was shot in Los Angeles, Pasadena, and Malibu, California. Points of interest used in the film include the Travel Inn in Tujunga, California, the Colorado Bar, the Huntington Library, the Sheraton, and the Pasadena Ice Skating Rink all in Pasadena, as well as Malibu Beach in Malibu.[citation needed]


Before the film's release, the title Seven Pounds was considered a "mystery" which the studio refused to explain. Early trailers for Seven Pounds kept the film's details a mystery. Director Gabriele Muccino explained the intent: "The [audience] will not know exactly what this man is up to." Will Smith is reported to have confirmed that the title refers to Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice, in which a debtor must pay a pound of flesh.[9] In this case, it amounts to seven gifts to seven individuals deemed worthy by Smith's character, to atone for seven deaths he caused.


Seven Pounds was promoted on a five-city tour across the United States in November 2008, screening in Cleveland, Miami, Dallas, St. Louis, and Denver to raise funds for food banks in each region.[10] The film was promoted at a charity screening in Minneapolis in support of Second Harvest Heartland.[11] Since screenings of new films usually took place in Los Angeles or New York City, the choice of cities was unconventional. Smith said, "This is more like the old-school music tours. Different clubs, different cities, meeting people. You get in touch with what people are feeling and thinking, and it's much more personal when you're actually out shaking hands."[12] The actor sought to "get reacquainted" with an America that he felt had an "openness to change" with the country's election of Barack Obama as the first African-American president.[13]

The film was released on December 19, 2008, in 2,758 theaters in the United States and Canada. It grossed an estimated US$16 million, placing second at the weekend box office after Yes Man. The opening gross was the lowest for a film starring Smith since Ali in 2001. The gross was US$5 million less than anticipated, partially ascribed to winter storms in the Northeast over the weekend.[14]

Home media[edit]

The film was released on DVD on March 31, 2009, by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.[15] The film is also available to rent or buy on the PlayStation Network in standard or high-definition format.[16] As of July 16, 2012[update], in North American DVD sales, the film has grossed US $28,812,423.[15]

Critical reception[edit]

The film received generally negative reviews from critics. Rotten Tomatoes gave the film a rating of 26% based upon a sample of 193 reviews with an average score of 4.59/10. The website's critics consensus reads, "Grim and morose, Seven Pounds is also undone by an illogical plot."[17] On Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the film has received a below-average score of 36 based on 33 reviews.[18]

Variety's film reviewer Todd McCarthy predicted that the movie's climax "will be emotionally devastating for many viewers, perhaps particularly those with serious religious beliefs," and characterized the film as an "endlessly sentimental fable about sacrifice and redemption that aims only at the heart at the expense of the head."[19]A. O. Scott, writing for The New York Times, said that the movie "may be among the most transcendently, eye-poppingly, call-your-friend-ranting-in-the-middle-of-the-night-just-to-go-over-it-one-more-time crazily awful motion pictures ever made."[20]

Positive reviews singled out Dawson's performance. Richard Corliss wrote in Time that Dawson gives "a lovely performance,"[21] while Mick LaSalle of the San Francisco Chronicle noted that Dawson's performance "shows once again that she has it in her to be the powerhouse."[22]Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun Times commented on the fact that the audience is kept completely out of the loop as to what Ben is doing, comparing the film to Jean-Pierre Melville's Le Samouraï, pointing out how he "finds this more interesting than a movie about a man whose nature and objectives are made clear in the first five minutes, in a plot that simply points him straight ahead."[23]


  1. ^ abc"Seven Pounds". The Numbers.
  2. ^Samuels, Allison (November 28, 2008). "The Gospel of Will Smith". Newsweek. Retrieved December 10, 2008.
  3. ^Topel, Fred (December 15, 2008). "Will Smith discusses Seven Pounds". CraveOnline Media, LLC. Retrieved December 19, 2008.
  4. ^Kit, Borys; Leslie Simmons (February 4, 2008). "Ealy rolls 'Seven' for Col". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved July 7, 2008.
  5. ^Leonard, Elizabeth; Alexis Chiu (April 22, 2008). "Connor Cruise Is Making His Big Screen Debut". People. Retrieved July 7, 2008.
  6. ^Fleming, Michael (June 4, 2006). "Columbia, Smith put on 'Pounds'". Variety. Retrieved June 3, 2020.
  7. ^Fleming, Michael; Tatiana Siegel (September 6, 2007). "Will Smith to star in 'Seven Pounds'". Variety. Retrieved June 3, 2020.
  8. ^Siegel, Tatiana (December 5, 2007). "'Pounds' gains Dawson, Harrelson". Variety. Retrieved June 3, 2020.
  9. ^Wright, Gerard (January 3, 2009). "Will Smith's Seven Pounds, and four kilos". Fairfax New Zealand. Retrieved June 3, 2020.
  10. ^Heldenfels, Rich (November 21, 2008). "Fans brave cold for Smith". Akron Beacon Journal. Retrieved November 26, 2008.
  11. ^"Will Smith to attend Minneapolis movie premiere". Minnesota Public Radio. December 7, 2008. Retrieved December 10, 2008.
  12. ^O'Connor, Clint (November 21, 2008). "Will Smith's whirlwind day in Cleveland culminates with movie premiere". The Plain Dealer via ( Retrieved June 3, 2020.
  13. ^Williams, Joe (November 20, 2008). "Will Smith makes friends in stop here". St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
  14. ^McClintock, Pamela (December 21, 2008). "'Yes Man' tops weekend box office". Variety. Retrieved June 3, 2020.
  15. ^ ab"Seven Pounds - DVD Sales". The Numbers.
  16. ^"SEVEN POUNDS". Sony Pictures Entertainment. Retrieved June 3, 2020.
  17. ^Seven Pounds at Rotten Tomatoes
  18. ^Seven Pounds at Metacritic
  19. ^McCarthy, Todd (December 17, 2008). "Seven Pounds". Variety. Retrieved June 3, 2020.
  20. ^Scott, A. O. (December 19, 2008). "An I.R.S. Do-Gooder and Other Strangeness". The New York Times. Retrieved December 19, 2008.
  21. ^Corliss, Richard (December 18, 2008). "Yes Man and Seven Pounds: Santas for Hard Times". Time. Retrieved June 3, 2020.
  22. ^LaSalle, Mick (December 19, 2008). "Movie review: Will Smith in 'Seven Pounds'". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved January 12, 2009.
  23. ^Roger Ebert. "Seven Pounds". Chicago Sun Times. December 17, 2008. Retrieved: June 3,2020

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Seven Pounds

Original title
Seven Pounds
Running time
118 min.
United States United States

Gabriele Muccino


Grant Nieporte


Angelo Milli


Philippe Le Sourd


Will Smith,Rosario Dawson,Woody Harrelson,Barry Pepper,Elpidia Carrillo,Connor Cruise,Michael Ealy,Robinne Lee,Joe Nunez,Ivo Nandi


Columbia Pictures,Relativity Studios,Overbrook Entertainment,Escape Artists

Drama. Romance | Romantic Drama. Disease/illness. Psychological Thriller
The emotional story of a man who will change the lives of seven strangers. A suicidal IRS Agent (Will Smith) sets out to make amends but inadvertently falls in love thereby complicating his plans. Ben Thomas (Will Smith) is an IRS agent who is depressed and guilt-ridden about mistakes from his past. He sets out to make amends by helping seven strangers. When he meets Emily (Rosario Dawson), a beautiful woman with a heart condition, he falls in love with her, thereby complicating his plans.
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