RhinoWatch: What To Watch This Month - October 2021
At Rhino Trade Insurance, we don’t just offer the best insurance policies. We are a team who enjoy all sorts of wonderful things. That’s why we went around the office this month and asked for suggestions on what you NEED to watch right now! Take a look, watch the shows and let us know if we did good suggestions or bad suggestions :D
Netflix and… Drill 🪛
From movies to tv shows, documentaries and more, we have a smashing list of what you need to watch. All are available on the usual TV channels, cinema or subscription channels like Netflix, Amazon, NOW TV, BritBox and many more.
No Time To Die
The last instalment of the Daniel Craig era of James Bond. Now, this was a fan favourite when asking around the office what to put in this post. The plot lets us know that Bond is enjoying a tranquil life in Jamaica after leaving active service. However, his peace is short-lived as his old CIA friend, Felix Leiter, shows up asking for help. The mission is to rescue a kidnapped scientist, but it turns out to be far more treacherous than expected, leading Bond on the trail of a mysterious villain who’s armed with dangerous new technology. Who knows? Maybe Jaws is back with AI teeth. Well worth the watch!
Cinemas near you
For anybody who enjoys footballs, Ted Lasso may be the way to go, and with season 2 just being released… you will have plenty to watch! It’s about a small-time American football coach called Ted Lasso, who is hired to coach a professional football club in England (AFC Richmond). However, the twist is that he’s got no prior experience of managing or coaching a football team.
Honestly, from all in this list, this is the one you NEED to watch. It’s gone as viral as viral can get and for good reason. The No. 1 show on Netflix right now is a Korean series with an odd name. Squid Game, which started streaming on Sept. 17, is a nine-episode series about a world where children's games turn deadly. Squid Game is the first Korean drama to hit the No. 1 spot on Netflix, reaching the milestone just four days after its release. It's bloody and violent, but it's also addictive and highly binge-able.
We know there are hipsters out there that like to avoid anything that’s popular, but this is as good as it gets. With twists and turns, you are in for a great surprise!
Venom: Let There Be Carnage
For any Marvel superhero fans out there, specifically Spider-man. Or any big Tom Hardy fans this is one for you. Venom is the alien symbiote whose appearance follows that of Spider-man, only a black and white version. The first movie was outstanding and had a comedic edge to it. So watch out for the second instalment: Venom: Let there be carnage. Eddie Brock is still struggling to co-exist with the attached venom, however, once another alien symbiote comes along, they have to put aside their differences and stop the reign of terror.
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Blair & Brown: The New Labour Revolution
We don’t want to get political on you here, but this was an interesting watch, especially if anybody enjoys a good documentary. This recently released, 5-part BBC doc tells the story of two powerful personalities at the heart of a political phenomenon - New Labour. This series tells the story of the rise, tribulations and eventual fall of Tony Blair, Gordon Brown and the New Labour revolution.
So there you have it.
You may be chomping at the bit to go and watch one of these now, we sure as heck wouldn’t blame you! Keep an eye out as in the future we’ll be sharing more of what to watch, switching it up with some more curveballs in there. Enjoy!