Must Watch Movies Only On Netflix: Top 10 List

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Must Watch Movies Only On Netflix: Top 10 List
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There are many people who use Netflix as their default streaming service. There is no doubt that Netflix is synonymous with TV for many, but the service has also been investing a lot of money into producing original movies as well. From children’s entertainment to sophisticated, artistic movies, Netflix movies cover a wide range of genres and achieve varying levels of success according to their audience.

Among the many films that they make, there are some that really stand out from the rest. Sure, they win Oscars and they are great for a variety of reasons, but sometimes they are great for reasons that have nothing to do with the prestige that the Oscars bring with them. Take a look at our round-up of the best Netflix movies streaming right now and see which ones you should watch.

To help you spend more time binge-watching Netflix shows, we have made a list of the best series to stream right now so that you can enjoy more time on Netflix. Also, you can take a look at our list of the best Hulu series, best Amazon Prime series, best Disney+ series, and best Netflix movies for even more options.

Top 10 Must Watch Netflix Movies

I have compiled a list of the top 10 Netflix movies you need to watch right now. I would appreciate any suggestions you might have, so please do not hesitate to let me know.

1. Beasts of No Nation

Initially, Netflix’s very first original film appeared to be a reckless gamble, but it debuted to rave reviews and eventually won numerous awards in its first year. The film stars Abraham Attah and Idris Elba in the lead roles as Agu, a Ghanaian child conscripted into the army and forced to join a battalion under the command of the formidable Commandant (Idris Elba). While on the battlefield, Agu suffers a number of losses as well as abuse from the Commandant. As fears, he has turned into a monster in a life that has never given him a choice. The following is a quote from Proma Khosla, Entertainment Reporter.

2. Bo Burnham: Inside (2021)

There are few comedians who are as artistically gifted as Burnham who filmed Inside over the course of COVID-19 lockdown alone in his guest house during the time of the lockdown. Throughout the special, there are lots of songs and the self-reflexive humor that Burnham has become known for, but it’s also an examination of what the experience of being alone can do to a person’s mind. It is painfully funny, but sometimes, it is willing to emphasize the pain as much as the funny side of it.

3. 13th

The chilling documentary by Ava DuVernay examines a sinister loophole in the U.S. Constitution’s 13th amendment, which abolished slavery except as a punishment for crimes committed against the Constitution. There is no doubt that this clause has laid the foundation for the country’s now famous and interminable problem of mass incarceration, a problem that has taken a heavy toll on Black men over the years more than any other demographic. — P.K.

4. Mudbound (2017)

Carey Mulligan, one of the best actresses in the world when it comes to period pieces, collaborates with Netflix on Mudbound. As a story that unfolds over the course of a few days, Mudbound tells the story of two families, one white and one black, who are attempting to live and work together in rural Mississippi around the time of the Second World War, through the course of a few days. The film takes on a variety of perspectives.

The film is unflinching about the racism that was prevalent in the South at that time, and it takes multiple perspectives into account. The film Mudbound is difficult and bracing, but it is also rewarding. In many ways, it’s a reminder of all the good we are capable of, as well as the petty resentments that often stand in the way of common decency.

5. Okja

A little girl and her genetically modified superpig, Okja, were the subjects of Bong Joon Ho’s most recent film before he won an Oscar for suggesting we eat the rich. Ahn Seo-Hyun plays Mija, who cannot bear the separation when Okja is taken away and ostensibly killed for mass consumption. In order to rescue her best friend and expose the slimy Mirando Corporation, Mija flees to Seoul.

It has a wholesome and streamlined story, but Bong stamps his mark on it with delectably weird performances from Tilda Swinton, Paul Dano, Jake Gyllenhaal, and more – plus a few Easter eggs.

6. Da 5 Bloods (2020)

In the years since Netflix started making original films, it has poached some of the world’s biggest filmmakers, and Spike Lee’s Da 5 Bloods was their biggest coup to date. Four Black Vietnam veterans reunite 50 years after fighting to dig up a treasure they buried in the countryside.

Lee makes salient points about the way Black soldiers are used and thrown out by their country, while the personalities and politics of each member unravel their bond. The fact that Delroy Lindo wasn’t even nominated for his work in the film was itself an injustice.

7. Roma

In its years of dominance, Netflix has backed a number of questionable projects. In Rome, Alfonso Cuarón’s deeply personal movie about a housekeeper living in Mexico City during the 1970s, there is something like Kissing Booth.

In part thanks to the verve of its direction, Roma is a movie without a plot. This small-scale story really sings thanks to Cuarón’s dedication, and one of the best directors working today.

8. Marriage Story

There are many things to like about Noah Baumbach’s Divorce Film: a strong family drama, a sad tale of love lost, or even a tentatively hopeful piece about what’s next. Most importantly, it’s just a damn great movie with two best-of-the-year performances from Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson.

As a result of these two – plus Laura Dern, Alan Alda, and Ray Liotta – you feel every emotional beat during the 137 minutes; every scream, sob, and painful glance dives straight into your heart.

This is not an easy film to watch. However, it is a moving experience that will leave you contemplating the nature of love long after you wipe your eyes and leave the theater. —Erin Strecker, Entertainment Editor

9. The Irishman (2019)

Martin Scorsese is one of the world’s greatest filmmakers, and The Irishman is proof that his movies translate to television. Robert De Niro plays a gangster who devotes his life to organized crime, but the film really focuses on the hollowness of his life. It is the culmination of Scorsese’s gangster films that have been his cornerstones, starring Joe Pesci and Al Pacino. Compared to Goodfellas, The Irishman focuses on the wreckage left behind by the wild ride.

10. The Dig (2021)

In the first months of 2021, The Dig was released as an underseen gem about excavating the past and using it to inform the present. In the film, Carey Mulligan plays a wealthy landowner who hires an amateur excavator (Ralph Fiennes) to dig up the dirt on her property.

Although the film is ostensibly about archaeology, its 1930s setting transforms it into a riveting depiction of England on the cusp of war. A subtle, humanistic film about the beauty and pain of living, the small part that individuals play in history.

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