A lot of streaming platforms rule the internet and HBO Go is also one among them who is a worthy contender.
HBO Go recently added a set of movies available for streaming in its premium streaming application, HBO Go and some of the best movies to binge-watch among the latest additions include;
Apocalypse Now is an Action Drama Thriller movie released back in 1979.
The movie is directed by Francis Ford Koppola and it features a US army officer who is on a mission to carry out an assassination of a Vietnam Colonel who considers himself as God.
The movie has an 8.4 ratings in IMDb and Martin Sheen and Marlon Brando play the lead role.
Babe is another interesting movie which made into the list of best movies released in HBO Go recently.
This 1995 film falls under a comedy-drama category which follows the life of a pig, in the hands of a farmer and his adventures on the farm, learning how to herd sheep.
The movie earned a 6.7 rating in IMDb and is directed by Chris Noonan.
James Cromwell and Christina Lavanaugh play the lead role.
This movie is undoubtedly a classic gem and still got a lot of fans even after a long time, after its release in 1999.
The movie is directed by David Fincher and features an underground fight club which is created by a soapmaker played by Brad Pitt and a worker who suffers from insomnia.
This thriller drama is a treat to watch and share an 8.8 rating on IMDb.
My left foot
Another interesting and such an inspiring movie and it deserves a place among the top movies recently released in HBO Go.
My left foot is the story of a man, who was born with Cerebral Palsy, a man who never gave up in his life, who learns to write and draw with his left foot was such an inspiring story.
The movie is directed by Jim Sheridan and has a 7.9 rating on IMDb.
A romantic thriller drama which is a sure shot entertainer.
Matchpoint, which was released back in 2005 is the story of a former tennis player who falls in love with an actress who is also supposedly the date of his best friend and his soon to be brother in law.
The movie is directed by Woody Allen and it features Scarlett Johansson and Emily Mortimer in lead roles.