'Bankrolled': Release date, how to watch, plot, trailer and all about the Netflix comedy
Two directionless millennial bros get high and pitch a bold new social justice app that raises millions. Then they have to come up with the app
Two directionless millenials hit gold or well the millennial equivalent which is that they pitch a social justice app that raises millions. The only hitch is now they actually have to come up with the app which is easier said than done. If you're a fan of Mexican comedies in the vein of 'Bankrolled' then you may also enjoy, 'The War Next Door' and 'Rebelión de los Godinez’.
'Bankrolled' premieres on Netflix on July 23, 2021.
How to watch
'Bankrolled' premieres on Netflix at 3 am EST on June 23. You can also watch the movie by signing up for the platform’s free trial. Apart from that, viewers can also opt for different subscription plans provided by the streaming giant. A premium plan that allows more people to watch the service on different screens simultaneously, costs $18 per month. Meanwhile, the basic US plan costs $9 per month.
According to a Netflix synopsis, "While blind drunk, two unemployed millennials entrepreneurs drunkenly post a video pitch about their revolutionary app to a crowdfunding site. When the app catches fire and they accidentally raise millions of dollars they actually have to create the app."
Ricardo Polanco is a Mexican actor and producer who is known for his roles in TV series such as 'La querida del Centauro' which focuses on how one woman gets involved in drug trafficking as well as the comedy series 'Doña Flor y sus dos maridos' and 'Perseguidos'.
Escalante is probably best known for his role as Bernando in Netflix's 'Club de Cuervos', the first Latin American Netflix production. Prior to this Escalante was exclusively a stage actor for quite a while, though he made his acting debut when he was a teenager with the television series 'Feliz navidad mamá'. He has also appeared in TV series such as 'El señor de los cielos'.
Actor and writer Natalia Tellez is known for her roles in the television series 'Palabra de mujer' which centers around the relationship four women of different social standings create as well as the dramatic TV series 'Logout' and the comedy series 'Ninis'.
The Mexican Spanish-language film is written and directed by Marcos Bucay who has written "Club de Cuervos" and "Colibritany".
Netflix has so far released the Spanish trailer of 'Bankrolled' which is also known as 'Fondeados'. The trailer shows that there is certainly plenty of comedy in store as the lives of two directionless millennials suddenly heads in a direction they least expected - right to the top.
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