Just last week, Netflix released a brand new horror film from Spain called The Platform, and it’s quickly becoming a hit amongst subscribers. Seriously, people are raving about this movie all over social media. In just a few days, The Platform has become the most-watched movie on Netflix, […]
I can't believe The Platform was only 1hr 35 minutes.
It felt like 2 – 3 hours simply because of how heavy, gruesome, irky and painful it is to watch.
— Stephanie C. Micheal (@steph_bonchi) March 20, 2020
#ThePlatform on Netflix is a stunning film on class inequality and the horrors of food shortage that could turn humans into zombies. ‘The Platform’ predicts the end of humanity when nothing actually matters if you have no balanced solidarity. It’s a post-apocalyptic masterpiece. pic.twitter.com/hM0DN4Evh7
— Pallav Gogoi (@pallav_) March 21, 2020
Holy shit! This movie makes you rethink about food and also humanity in general. Crazy plot which keeps up the momentum till the end. Completely disturbing and insanely gory. Spain seems to be coming up with insanely good movies nowadays! #ThePlatformNetflix pic.twitter.com/jaARDLieuL
— Ξ 𝕥𝕖𝕛𝕒 Ξ (@tejan0905) March 21, 2020
— 𝒿 (@jacquemusoul) March 25, 2020
— Ryan Armbrust (@ryans_den) March 21, 2020
The platform on Netflix is a very bizzare gem…
Such a unique and gripping concept!!#ThePlatformNetflix
— wHo? (@incompetentttt) March 25, 2020
— RaNa. (@99Rana00) March 25, 2020
#ThePlatformNetflix is a must watch film! It's an eye-opener about the heirarchy of the society and the class struggle, that the lower people suffer the most. The film also convey a message about the importance of a protest
— ADO (@ImAdonesAring) March 22, 2020
#ThePlatformNetflix Was an amazing movie! 10/10 for exploring the Brutality of class struggle, revolution, propaganda, flawed systems. It was beautiful, thoughtful, mysterious, and I personally loved the ending. I'm still contemplating what this movie had to say even now.
— Giant Fires Everywhere 🌏🇺🇸🔥😍 (@cloudy_mj) March 25, 2020
Just finished watching #ThePlatform in Netflix and I'm wrecked and.. I need to lie down. You know it's a good one when it's that impactful. It was extreme and hard to watch but has a relevant message apt in these desperate times. 12/10 highly recommended. pic.twitter.com/c8udcszNUk
— 𝙺𝙰𝚃𝙷 (@kathdeclaw) March 22, 2020