An offbeat road trip story lands on the Autobahn in Netflix’s global top 10
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Not every Netflix smash hit has to be a pricey blockbuster, a serial killer thriller, or a high-concept fantasy steeped in intriguing lore, though history has shown it certainly helps. However, the recent ascent of All places has highlighted that variety really is the spice of life, with the offbeat road trip adventure currently one of the platform’s biggest hits.
According to FlixPatrol, the Spanish-language dramedy has been rocketing up the global charts in recent days, and it now ranks as the seventh most-watched feature among subscribers around the world. It might not make headlines, but it’s clearly enough in the tank to entice paying customers to press the game once they stumble across it.
The story is very simple: two siblings who have not seen each other for 15 years find themselves in the most unfortunate of circumstances at their father’s funeral. From there, they decide to fix fences the only way they know how. by fulfilling a lifelong dream of hopping on a pair of motorcycles and taking an extended road trip through Mexico.
Past sins will be reckoned with, bridges burned will be rebuilt, and all will resolve in a beautiful happy bow when the credits roll. Anyone who’s seen anything remotely similar to this will know how things will turn out in the end, but sometimes cinematic comfort food is the perfect meal at just the right time.
https://wegotthiscovered.com/movies/an-offbeat-road-trip-story-hits-the-highway-to-reckon-with-the-sins-of-the-past-on-netflixs-global-top-10/ An offbeat road trip story lands on the Autobahn in Netflix’s global top 10