Dark Comedies About Cops, Aetheists and Gamblers Dominate Netflix

The three trailers dropped by Netflix showcase the movies for the coming month and all of them seem to be dark comedies. Small Crimes, a movie about a wrongfully imprisoned cop, stars Nikolaj Coster-Waldau a.k.a Kingslayer in the main lead. The movie will be out on Netflix US and Canada on April 28, 2017. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau plays the role of Joe Denton, a disgraced former cop, serving time for the murder of a DA. He finishes his sentence only to return home and find himself embroiled in the same mess again. Add his personal family troubles to that and it makes for a good summer watch.

Catch the trailer to Small Crimes here:

Video credits: Netflix US & Canada via YouTube

A biopic starring Academy Award winner Melissa Leo is set to premiere on March 24, 2017. The Most Hated Woman In America is a true-crime story about the disappearance of Madalyn Murray O’Hair, a controversial public figure in the sixties in The USA. As a founder of American Atheists, she was widely hated by conservatives, traditionalists and religious ideologues. The movie stars Vincent Kartheiser (Mad Men), Juno Temple (Horns; Maleficent), Adam Scott (Parks and Recreation), and Josh Lucas (Sweet Home Alabama).

Watch the trailer to The Most Hated Woman In America below:

Video credits: Netflix US & Canada via YouTube

Win It All is a movie about a small time gambler, Eddie Garrett played by Jake Johnson (New Girl). The movie premieres on Netflix on April 7, 2017, and also stars Jo Lo Truglio ( Brooklyn Nine-Nine), Keegan-Michael Key (Keanu; Key and Peele) and Mexican actress Aislinn Debrez. The story follows Eddie as he agrees to handle some money on behalf of someone else but ends up squandering it and ending up deeply in debt. Now, he has a very short amount of time before he can win it all back.

Watch  the trailer to Win It All below:

Video credits: Netflix US & Canada via YouTube