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'365 Days' Finally Steps Down from Netflix's #1 Spot

‘365 Days’ Finally Steps Down from Netflix’s #1 Spot

Well, that’s good news. Now, you don’t have to watch the super erotic yet badly written & directed movie of the year ‘365 Days’ on Netflix. For all those people who are done with wasting almost 2 hours from their quarantine routine, kindly don’t suggest this movie to your friends. Otherwise, they are going to kick you out of their life. And you will be left with nothing but a huge amount of regret.

365 Days’ Resemblance with Fifty Shades Of Grey

I don’t know if you guys have watched ‘Fifty Shades Of Grey’.  But I have tortured my eyes and wasted a full six hours on the worst adult love story series ever made in history. Some people are also speculating that ‘365 Days’ is a Polish version of Fifty Shades Of Grey. And the movie is actually based on a Polish novel by Blanka Lipinska.

Well, this kind of explains the uncanny resemblance between the two movies. Both of them are badly written and executed. And all the intimate scenes are actually going to turn you off. So, if you are in the mood of watching something suggestive, switch to prawn hub, STAT.

The Storyline of 365 Days

The main lead, Massimo (Michele Morrone) belongs to a Sicilian Mafia family and becomes the Mafia Boss after his father’s murder. He falls for a sales director named ‘Laura’ (Anna-Maria Sieklucka). The movie starts to get really interesting if you fast forward it to 11:25. I was shocked for a good 3-4 minutes. There is some banana monkey action going on and I am like “Wait, what? This looks real “.

And here comes Massimo and Laura’s encounter for the very first time in a very unsubtle way.

“Massimo: Are you lost, baby girl?

Laura: …………………….” (as silent as a peep)

Well, their first encounter doesn’t seem very happening. But anyways, ‘Laura’ tries to get away from her boyfriend after getting into a heated argument with him.

Meanwhile, the bad mafia boss aka Massimo kidnaps the sassy girl ‘Laura’ and gives her a time limit of 365 days to fall in love with him (duh).

Fast forward the video to 47:50 and enjoy the show. I am literally sweating (eek). 55:23 has a sneak peek of you know what. Then you will witness some more action at 56:00, And then some more action at 1:08:00. If you are still not satisfied, switch to some other website (hehe).

So Laura starts developing feelings for Massimo and accepts his marriage proposal. She further adds that she only wants her best friend, Olga, to be next to her on her wedding day. As she doesn’t want her parents to figure out what Massimo does for a living. On her way to bridal dress shopping, Laura shares the pregnancy news with Olga.

Olga asks Laura to share the news with Massimo if she hasn’t. Meanwhile, Mario who is Massimo’s right-hand man gets a call from an informant that Laura’s life is in danger. And the movie abruptly ends when Laura’s car disappears inside the tunnel.

Things Which I Dislike The Most In 365 Days

Firstly, let’s talk about whoever wrote this hideous line for Massimo and made him say it continuously throughout the movie.

“Are you lost baby girl?”

No, damn it. You are the king of absolute mess who comes up with the worst pickup lines. I mean who does that? Whenever you try to enjoy the movie and all the not so s*xy, yet some sort of s*xy scenes, your mood literally takes a 180 degrees turn. Because of this ‘Are you lost baby girl‘ thing, your vajayjays and north poles are going to take a hike on the tallest hills and commit suicide.

Massimo’s acting skills were on point just like Christain Grey from Fifty Shades Of Grey. But the heroine, Laura, just like Anastasia, badly needed a lot of practice with almost everything. From the way, she carried herself to her very off facial expressions. This woman couldn’t even do justice to the word ‘Sassy’. Her character was super annoying.

We Are Almost Done!

Anyways. 365 Days remained on the #1 spot for a few weeks on Netflix. I don’t know why people were going crazy about it. Yes, the s*x scenes kind of look real. At least they had good videographers and editors but apart from that everything was a disaster. And we still don’t know what happened in the end.

So, I guess we will have to switch to the novels for now to get a little scoop on the whole story. Let me know if you guys want me to tell you more about what’s going to happen in the next two parts.

Oh. and I forgot to add one more thing here. ‘Feel it’ from the movie 365 Days is sung by Massimo (Michele Morrone) . and I hear it on repeat these days.