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Top 10 of The Best Movies to Watch on Netflix

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Top 10 of The Best Movies to Watch on Netflix

Best Movies to Watch on Netflix


1. The Trial of the Chicago 7

An Aaron Sorkin drama based on a true story? The Trial of the Chicago 7 lives up to its pedigree, following the real-life trial of a group of anti-Vietnam War protestors charged with conspiracy to incite riots.

With a stellar ensemble cast, including Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Eddie Redmayne, Sacha Baron Cohen and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, The Trial of the Chicago 7 is both topical and full of compelling theatrical energy.

2. Enola Holmes

With Fleabag's director, the star of Stranger Things and Superman (Henry Cavill) playing Sherlock Holmes, Enola Holmes is a guaranteed good night in.
The titular hero is Holmes' kid sister, played by an effortlessly engaging Millie Bobby Brown.

She's just as talented when it comes to mystery solving and doesn't shy from getting stuck into scuffles with Victorian-era adults twice her size. If you're in the mood for something light and fun, this is a big yes.

3. Marriage Story

A movie about divorce might not sound like the best viewing experience, but Noah Baumbach's Marriage Story is a journey you'll want to take.

Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver give two of the best performances of their careers as Nicole and Charlie, a couple who embark on the emotionally and logistically complicated legal processes involved in prying a partnership apart.

Painted with an emotional complexity that includes poignantly funny moments along with the painful ones, this is happy-sad at its best.


4. Okja

2017's Okja comes from Parasite director Bong Joon-ho, which should be incentive enough to watch it.

Part cheeky dark comedy, part surreal environmental thriller, Okja follows a young South Korean farmer girl whose pet pal is a genetically enhanced super-pig. But Okja is the target of a big corporation that wants her delicious flesh.

With an English supporting cast including the likes of Tilda Swinton and Jake Gyllenhaal, Okja sucks you in with its sweetness before showing you a distressing close-up of the meat industry.

5. I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore

If you've had a bad day, this might be the movie for you. When the police refuse to help with a robbery, nursing assistant Ruth and her weird neighbor Tony take matters into their own hands.

I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore spots the idiosyncrasies of everyday life, before escalating its story into dark places with even darker humor.

With a touch of Coen Brothers flair, its perfectly packed 96 minutes will leave you surprisingly emotional.


6. Uncut Gems

Adam Sandler's Oscar buzz-worthy performance didn't see him nominated, but his turn in Uncut Gems is remarkable.
Uncut Gems is a blistering odyssey following a diamond jeweler who's addicted to gambling.

Scraping in Martin Scorsese-style '70s crime grit, the Safdie. Brothers take you on a frenetic, anxious dash through New York as Sandler's Howard Ratner must retrieve a precious opal to pay off his debts.

7. The Platform

From Netflix's impressive stash of international films comes Spanish sci-fi horror The Platform. Its high-concept story centers on a tower that delivers food to people on each of its many levels via a platform.

Those at the top get the best and most abundant spread, which is devoured as the platform lowers down the levels. Social commentary rings throughout this dystopian thriller, which takes shocking, occasionally gruesome turns all the way to the bottom.

8. Beasts of No Nation

Director Cary Joji Fukunaga gives you a sobering look at the life of a boy who becomes a child soldier in a West African country embroiled in civil war.

Idris Elba stars as the ruthless Commandant along with the astonishing Abraham Attah as the young Agu.

A confronting yet quietly hopeful snapshot of war from a human perspective, Beasts of No Nation needs to be on your radar if it isn't already.

9. The Irishman

Spanning the lives of its mobsters over multiple decades, The Irishman pulls off a 3-and-a-half-hour crime saga. But don't worry, you can break up this tour de force if you need to.

Always clever and entertaining, with Martin Scorsese favorites Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci commanding the screen.
The Irishman creeps up on you, offering a haunting look at ageing mobsters and the havoc they wreak.

10. Annihilation

Alex Garland began crafting his particular brand of trippy, existential sci-fi with Ex Machina and continues that train with Annihilation.

Based on Jeff VanderMeer's novel, Annihilation follows Natalie Portman's biology professor Lena as she wades through the grief of losing her husband by taking on a job at a mysterious army facility on the outskirts of a meteor landing site.

With a cast of female scientists exploring the dangerous zone, Annihilation is a heady plunge into darkness on multiple levels. It's a movie to ponder long after the credits roll.

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