Enola Holmes – Our Netflix movie recommendation for September

Netflix has released a new original witty and suspenseful movie, Enola Holmes. Directed by Harry Bradbeer and written by Jack Thorne, the movie stars some of Hollywood’s A-listers like Millie Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill, Sam Claflin, and others. The movie is based on the life of a young lady detective who solves a political mystery while trying to resolve a personal affair.

Netflix is a booming video streaming service that has released new shows, movies, and series regularly, even in the current global health crisis, COVID-19 pandemic. With more people at home, the subscription base of the streaming service grew impressively as internet usage moved to larger screens. In April, approximately 15 million new subscribers, and in July, another 10 million subscribers were added, making Netflix one of the world’s largest entertainment services with 182 million subscribers.

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Enola Holmes – Netflix Original Movie

This start-studded original is based on the adventurous journey of Enola, Sherlock Holmes’ teenage sister to find her mysteriously disappeared mother. Situated in London in 1884, the era of growing industrialization in Britain, the strange affairs of the Holmes family encapsulate the world of deciphering codes and clues to find hidden meanings and eventually people.

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Enola Holmes is a must watch for families because its entertaining and exciting plot twists are for adults and kids alike. The movie very wittingly addresses the ideas of women empowerment, intelligence, self-exploration, and resilience.

We recommend this movie as it is a piece of cinema with a strong message to educate one’s children with reasoning, the curiosity to explore, problem-solving and more importantly, equip them with confidence in their abilities to prepare them for the real world from a young age.

Parents who find it difficult to ask their children to put their screens away and explore other means of entertainment might find Enola Holmes as an answer to their predicament to encourage children to self-explore and learn.

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