Best Movies on Netflix Canada to Watch [September 2021]


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Wondering what are some of the best movies on Netflix Canada to watch right now? We know how problematic it can be if you have a whole versatile Netflix catalogue in front of you, but your indecisive nature prevents you from watching that right title.

Too many movie titles can also be a nuisance if you can’t decide on what to stream. Hence, we took it upon ourselves to dig out some of the old classics, trending titles, and blockbuster movies, for example, Harry Potter on Netflix, which swept streaming addicts off their feet.

Netflix may have upped its game this year, but the true heroes are these best movies on Netflix listed below.

So without any further wait, we will let you explore the list, which consists of versatile Netflix anime, and  DC movies available on Netflix. There are also twisted storylines, from psychological thrillers like The Platform to satirical comedy like The Two Popes and The Death of Stalin; you will certainly enjoy watching these titles while sitting back and relaxing in Canada. So read along and find out what are the best movies to stream on Netflix right now.

1. Fear Street Part Three: 1666 (2021)


Horror, Mystery

IMDB: 6.6

Director: Leigh Janiak

Stars: Kiana Madeira, Ashley Zukerman, Gillian Jacobs

The third part of the Fear Street Trilogy, and one of the scariest movies on Netflix right now. The third sequel of this franchise continues with their horror-filled stories dating back to 1666 when a town unintentionally became a part of a witch hunt which lead to dire consequences and a curse that remained with the town for centuries.

2. The Kissing Booth (All Parts) 2018-2021


Comedy, Romance

Director: Vince Marcello

Stars: Joey King, Joel Courtney, Jacob Elordi

The third and final part of Netflix’s most famous teen drama and comedy movie, The Kissing Booth. Elle and Lee have graduated high school and it’s time for them to pick a college before summer begins, and for Elle, she has a tough decision to make. Either follow Rule #18 and study in Berkley with Lee or spend the rest of her life in Harvard with Noah, the love of her life.

3. Misha and the Wolves (2021)

misha and the wolves

Documentary, Drama

IMDB: 6.9

Director: Sam Hobkinson

Stars: Misha Defonseca

Misha, a holocaust survivor has penned down her story and all the horrific events that lead to one of the most traumatic events of history. But there’s more to it than we know about, and that came to light when Misha has a falling out with her director, which made him dive deep into the events to signify and testify her account but came out with another set of truth that no one thought of.

4. Inception (2010)


Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi

IMDB: 8.8

Director: Christopher Nolan

Stars: Leonardo DiCaprio, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Elliot Page, Tom Hardy, Ken Watanabe, Dileep Rao, Cillian Murphy

One of Christopher Nolan’s classic stories, Inception, is a masterpiece. A series of complex events involves entering a dream within a dream within a dream to fulfil the mission set for Cobb and his team. But it involves risks as Cobb has his own personal baggage that he must deal with before. One of the highest-rated movies on Netflix and one of the best sci-fi movies even after 11 years.

5. The Pursuit of Happyness (2006)


Biography, Drama

IMDB: 8.0

Director: Gabriele Muccino

Stars: Will Smith, Thandie Newton, Jaden Smith

One of the most heartfelt movies and Will Smith’s most refined performance with his son Jaden Smith. Will Smith signifies strength in tough times when he made a life-altering decision regarding his career, leading his wife to leave him with his toddler son all by themselves. A broken marriage, an empty bank account, and nowhere to live, Christopher is all set to turn his life with happiness by his side, his son.

6. Miracle in Cell No. 7 (2019)

miracle in cell 7


IMDB: 7.6

Director: Nuel C. Naval (as Nuel Crisostomo Naval)

Stars: Aga Muhlach, Bela Padilla, Xia Vigor

Where does justice lie when a mentally disabled man is wrongfully charged with sexual assault, kidnapping, and murder of a little girl. His punishment? Death! Luckily his inmates soon realize that he is as innocent as he can be and plan to smuggle his young daughter inside the cell to meet him. Seeing his hardships and struggles, she grows up to be a lawyer and vows to fight justice for her innocent father.

7. Shutter Island (2010)


Mystery, Thriller

IMDB: 8.2

Director: Martin Scorsese

Stars: Leonardo DiCaprio, Emily Mortimer, Mark Ruffalo, Michelle Williams

Suspense no one saw coming, not even a single bit. A highly re-watchable movie, Shutter Island is one of the best physiological thrillers and one of the best DiCaprio movies of all time. Set in 1954, Teddy Daniels (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Chuck Aule (Mark Ruffalo), two US Marshalls, are investigating a potential murder in an asylum on a remote island only to find shocking revelations about the asylum itself.

8. To All the Boys I’ve loved before (2018-2021)

to all the boys ive loved before

Comedy, Drama, Romance

IMDB: 6.5

Director: Michael Fimognari, Susan Johnson

Stars: Lana Condor, Noah Centineo, Janel Parrish, Anna Cathcart, Madeleine Arthur

One of the most popular movies on Netflix, the trilogy is a coming of age teenage romance novel; based on the New York best seller by Jenny Han. The trilogy starts from Lare-Jean Song Covey and the 5 un-posted love letters that she wrote in grade 5 for her crushes. Until they mysteriously find themselves in the hand of their recipients, leaving Lara-Jean’s dirty laundry out in the open. But there’s a plot twist, one of the recipients is her sister’s boyfriend. The walls are closing in on Lara-Jean. Will she be able to get herself out of this situation and find the love of her life?

9. Hell or High Water (2016)

Hell or High water

Action, Crime, Drama

IMDB: 7.6

Director: David Mackenzie

Stars: Chris Pine, Ben Foster, Jeff Bridges

It is a story-telling masterpiece that creatively curates a dysfunctional society with excellent character development and exceptional portrayal of what it’s like to build yourself after immense trauma and pain. A divorced father who lives with his two sons is on a mission to save their family ranch in old Texas. He is accompanied by his older brother, who is recently released from prison.



Mystery, Crime, Drama

IMDB: 7.7

Director: Taylor Sheridan

Stars: Elizabeth Olsen, Jeremy Renner, Graham Greene

Cory Lambert discovers the body of a young girl Natalie. Since it is a federal crime, F.B.I. dispatches a new and inexperienced agent, Jane Banner, who is bent on finding the culprit. Cory and Jane team up to carry out the mission, and both want to see justice done. But will they be able to resolve the mystery and find the person responsible for the murder?

11. Okja (2017)

Okja (2017)

Action, Adventure, Drama

IMDB: 7.3

Director: Bong Joon Ho

Stars: Tilda Swinton, Paul Dano, Seo-hyun Ahn

A film that highlights animal brutality and capitalism, cashing on people’s emotions as they spend 10 years raising and feeding a breed of “Super Pig” only to be taken away by insensitive corporate companies for slaughter. But Mija, the sole caretaker of Okja, the super pig, will not back down so easily. And so she sets out to rescue her only friend and companion for 10 years from the hands of the vicious Mirando corporations.

12. Hunt For The Wilder People (2016)

Hunt for Wilder People

Drama, Adventure, Comedy

IMDB: 7.9

Director: Taika Waititi

Stars: Taika Wiatiti, Barry Crump, Te Arepa Kahi

Bella and Hector become the foster parent of a problematic kid from the city named Ricky. They somehow manage to get along and started life as a family. However, after Bella’s death, Ricky’s responsibility falls on Hector’s shoulders. Since the two don’t get along well, therefore, Ricky chooses to run away. This ultimately starts a national search for Ricky and Hector. As it is an international movie, you may come across a Netflix Proxy Error on your screen if you try to access this Spanish movie, but it is solvable.

13. Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs (2009)

Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs (2009)

Animation, Adventure, Comedy

IMDB: 6.9

Director: Phil Lord, Christopher Miller

Stars: Anna Faris, Bill Hader, Bruce Campbell

An adaptation of a 1978’s children book by Judi and Ron Barrett of the same name, and one of the best movies on Netflix in the animated category. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatball, is about an ambitious scientist, Flint Lockwood, trapped in a small, financially struggling town that does not take him or his inventions seriously. Until one day, he hits a jackpot which makes him famous, but fate is not on his side again.

14. The Irishman (2019)

The Irishman (2019)

Biography, Crime, Drama

IMDB: 7.9

Director: Martin Scorsese

Stars: Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Joe Pesci

Based on the 2004 Non-fiction book, “I Heard You Paint Houses,” the story revolves around Frank Sheeran (Robert De Niro), a truck driver who began working as a hitman for Russel Bufalino and made acquaintances with the influential American Union Labour leader, Jimmy Hoffa played by the legendary Al Pacino.

15. Uncut Gems (2019)

Uncut Gems (2019)

Crime, Drama, Thriller

IMDB: 7.4

Director: Benny Safdie, Josh Safdie

Stars: Adam Sandler, Julia Fox, Idina Menzel

One of Adam Sandler’s best performances as an American-Jewish jewellery store owner and an impulsive gambler who has risked his whole existence to pay off his debts and keep himself afloat in a hostile world.

16. The Ballad of Buster Scruggs (2018)

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs (2018)

Comedy, Drama, Musical

IMDB: 7.3

Director: Ethan Coen, Joel Coen

Stars: Tim Blake Nelson, Willie Watson, Clancy Brown

A compilation of six short stories set in the old west during the 19th century. An amusing set of stories with a ton of humour and character building. The Ballad of Buster Scruggs is an accurate depiction of the mercy less Old West.

17. Roma (2018)

Roma (2018)


IMDB: 7.7

Director: Alfonso Cuarón

Stars: Yalitza Aparicio, Marina de Tavira, Diego Cortina Autrey

A tale of togetherness, love, and family, Roma is an accurate depiction of Mexico in the 70s and the struggling lives of Sofia and her abandoned children. But she has Cleo, a domestic house-help who is there for her during her tough times when Sofia’s own husband leaves her.

18. Bird Box (2018)

Bird Box (2018)

Thriller, Sci-Fi

IMDB: 6.6

Director: Susanne Bier

Stars: Sandra Bullock, Trevante Rhodes, John Malkovich

A post-apocalyptic psychological thriller with a foreign force engulfing the planet, and the only way to counter it is not seeing it. If you do, your worst fears may come alive. They must cover their eyes to fight the foreign force, which may seem impossible, but the only possible solution.

19. Sorry To Bother You(2018)

Sorry to Bother you

Comedy, Drama, Fantasy

IMDB: 6.9

Director: Boots Riley

Stars: LaKeith Stanfield, Tessa Thompson, Jermaine Fowler

Sorry to Bother You is one of the best comedy movies out there. The movie follows a black telemarketer with self-esteem issues (Lakeith Stanfield) who discovers a magical key to professional success, propelling him into a macabre universe. His colleagues are eccentric oddballs. However, with this newfound power comes dark consequences as the entire world unravels in front of him.


20. Da 5 Bloods (2020)

Da 5 Bloods (2020)

Adventure, Drama, War

IMDB: 6.5

Director: Spike Lee

Stars: Delroy Lindo, Jonathan Majors, Clarke Peters

An American War Drama about 4 African-American vets who come back looking for the gold they buried but with no roadmap to follow, as all the recognizable landmarks are destroyed after an airstrike. Da 5 Bloods is Chadwick Bosman’s final film that was released before his death in August 2020.

21. The Old Guard (2020)

the Old guard

Action, Adventure, Fantasy

IMDB: 6.6

Director: Gina Prince-Bythewood

Stars: Charlize Theron, KiKi Layne, Matthias Schoenaerts

All hell breaks loose when a group of century-old, self-healing immortal mercenaries find their secret out in the open, along with an unexpected addition to their now exposed coven. All must be done to save the integrity and the freedom of their kind, even if it means taking a drastic decision.

22. Nightcrawler (2014)


Crime, Drama, Thriller

IMDB: 7.9

Director: Dan Gilroy

Stars: Jake Gyllenhaal, Rene Russo, Bill Paxton

Once a petty thief, Louis Bloom submerges himself in the crime reporting world of LA, defying all ethics of journalism and going knee-deep in the dark and dingy world of criminal activities until he forgets his own identity and ethics of crime reporting altogether. A movie that will run shivers down your spine, and amongst the best movies on Netflix in the thriller category.

23. Ocean’s Eleven (2001)

Ocean's Eleven

Crime, Thriller

IMDB: 7.7

Director: Steven Soderbergh

Stars: George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts

One of the best and the most entertaining heist movies, altogether, with a massively talented cast. And this cast is all set to rob 3 Las Vegas Casinos at the same time owned by Terry Benedict, his rival.

24. Easy A (2010)

Easy A

Comedy, Drama, Romance

IMDB: 7.0

Director: Will Gluck

Stars: Emma Stone, Amanda Bynes, Penn Badgley

High School rumors can be devastating and may leave your social life in ruins, but Olive is a smart girl who knows how to turn the tables and use these rumors for her own financial gains without caring what anyone has to say about her or her reputation.

25. Enola Holmes (2020)

Enola Holmes

Action, Adventure, Crime

IMDB: 6.6

Director: Harry Bradbeer

Stars: Millie Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill, Sam Claflin, Helena Bonham Carter, Louis Partridge

Sherlock Holmes has a little sister, who is as sharp and as witty as her older brother, and she uses these wits against him when she is in search of her missing mother and trying to help a runaway lord escape murder. A fast-paced and exciting watch with a refreshing message regarding individuality and women empowerment.

26. The-Forty-Year-Old-Version (2020)

40 year old version

Comedy, Drama

IMDB: 7.2

Director: Radha Blank

Stars: Radha Blank, Peter Kim, Oswin Benjamin

Radha is struggling with her career as a NY playwright. However, since she is desperate for a breakthrough before 40, she decides to switch her career and reinvent herself as a rapper. Consequently, she faces a dilemma of what to choose between Hip hop and theatre. Amidst all this, will she be able to remerge as an actor, writer, or musician?

27. Gerald’s Game (2017)

Gerald's Games

Drama, Horror, Thriller

IMDB: 6.6

Director: Mike Flanagan

Stars: Carla Gugino, Bruce Greenwood, Chiara Aurelia

As delightfully gruesome as it may seem, Gerald’s Game is something that you will come back to for its thrill and the profound psychological aspects revolving around the men involved in Carla Gugino’s past and present life. An adaptation of Stephen King’s novel, Gerald’s Game, is a promising watch and definitely, one of the must-watch, somewhat horror movies on Netflix.

28. The Dig(2021)

The Dig

Biography, Drama, History

IMDB: 7.1

Director: Simon Stone

Stars: Carey Mulligan, Ralph Fiennes, Lily James

The Dig represents a time of uncertainty and fear just before WW-II England. It is about discovering a ship from the dark ages and quarrels over who owns it. Although it’s not an enigmatic thriller or a light-hearted comedy movie, it is worth watching. The director and Actors have nailed their roles flawlessly.

29. I’m No Longer Here (2019)

I am no longer here


IMDB: 7.3

Director: Fernando Frias

Stars: Juan Daniel Garcia Trevino, Xueming Angelina Chen, Sophia Metcalf

The movie follows a small Mexican street gang, “Los Terkos,” who loves listening to slowed-down cumbia music and attending dance parties. However, when their leader Ulises Samperio protects one of his gang members and gets involved in a cartel misunderstanding, he is forced to move to New York. He tries to adjust to the new surroundings, but soon he learns about the threat to his gang and the whole Kolombia culture; he is bent on returning home.

30. The Invitation (2015)

the invitation

Drama, Mystery, Thriller

IMDB: 6.6

Director: Karyn Kusama

Stars: Logan Marshall-Green, Emayatzy Corinealdi, Michiel Huisman

An invitation with a sinister motive? That’s what Will thinks as he gets invited to his ex-wife’s house for a get-together. The air is filled with skepticism; is something nasty going to happen, or is it just his paranoia and grief of his broken family making him think this way. There is alot to digest in this American thriller, so buckle up as you press that play button.

31. Scott Pilgrim vs. The World (2010)

Scott Pilgrim Vs. The world


Action, Comedy, Fantasy

IMDB: 7.5

Director: Edgar Wright

Stars: Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Kieran Culkin

Battle of the bands or war of the exes? Not sure what, but Scott Pilgrim has a lot to fight for to woo his lady love, Ramona Flowers. In a battle of exes, Scott must defeat all seven evil exes of Ramona, but there is a lot at stake with his music career and his teammates all depending on him.

32. High Flying Bird (2019)

high flying bird

Drama, Sports

IMDB: 6.2

Director: Steven Soderbergh

Stars: Andre Holland, Melvin Gregg,  Eddie Tavares

Ray Burke, the sports agent, finds himself in an awkward position during a pro basketball lockout. Suddenly, the players and the league has come face to face. Ray must find a plan to pull off within 72 hours to save everything he has. He finally manages to find a loophole that will change the game forever.

33. Django Unchained (2012)

Django unchained

Drama, Western

IMDB: 8.4

Director: Quentin Tarantino

Stars: Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Leonardo DiCaprio

A Tarantino classic, where Django, a free slave, is helped by a German bounty hunter in tracking down his wife, who was captured and sent to a brutal plantation owner’s farm for slavery. Django Unchained is a pretty violent movie, so a strict disclaimer before watching it is a must.

34. The Departed (2006)

The Departed


Crime, Drama, Thriller

IMDB: 8.5

Director: Martin Scorsese

Stars: Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, Jack Nicholson

A saga of the cop and criminal rat race, but this one’s much more interesting, as an undercover cop is trying to find the rat in the police department while working as a useful resource to track every move of the Irish gang in South Boston.

35. The Social Network (2010)

the social network

Biography, Drama

IMDB: 7.7

Director: David Fincher

Stars: Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield, Justin Timberlake

The birth-story of Facebook. The Social Network is a biographical drama about the creation of Facebook by Mark Zuckerberg and all that he had to face while launching one of the most successful social media sites in the world, including a said lawsuit and multiple broken friendships.

36. Marriage Story (2019)

Marriage story

Comedy, Drama, Romance

IMDB: 7.9

Director: Noah Baumbach

Stars: Adam Driver, Scarlett Johansson, Julia Greer

A detailed retrospect of what goes into a brutal divorce and how most families struggle to keep their family intact while uncoupling themselves from years of togetherness, shared moments, and countless mixed memories.

37. About Time (2013)

About Time

Comedy, Drama, Fantasy

IMDB: 7.8

Director: Richard Curtis

Stars: Domhnall Gleeson, Rachel McAdams, Bill Nighy

What would you do if you find out that you can travel back in time? For Tim, it’s getting the girl of his dreams and create a beautiful and happy bond with his family. A beautiful movie with a beautiful message of togetherness, About Time will undoubtedly make you teary-eyed in the end and one of the top in our movie recommendations list.

38. Set it up (2018)

Set it up

Comedy, Romance

IMDB: 6.5

Director: Claire Scanlon

Stars: Zoey Deutch, Glen Powell, Lucy Liu

Never thought anyone could unite over two workaholic bosses, as their assistants try to set them up to clear their hectic schedule to live a life of their own. But fate has other plans for the over-worked assistants, and things are going to get interesting soon.

39. Mudbound (2017)



Drama, War

IMDB: 7.4

Director: Dee Rees

Stars: Jason Mitchell, Carey Mulligan, Jason Clarke

It’s a hearty and raw tale of what it’s like to live a life as a WWII survivor and deal with racism while battling demons of their own in a nearly dead farm in rural Mississippi.

40. Uncorked (2020)



IMDB: 6.2

Director: Prentice Penny

Stars: Courtney B. Vance, Lashun Pollard, Michael Mobley

Elijah had a tough choice to make when he pursued his love for wine and went on to become a master sommelier against the wishes of his family, who has plans to bring him to the family BBQ business. A relatable tale for all the children who have struggled to balance their own dreams against their parents’ wishes, creating a minor rift between the family, which later on resolves, giving essential life lessons. Uncorked is a family movie, and if you are looking for an emotional rollercoaster, it is the best movie on Netflix for that.

41. A Ghost Story (2017)

a ghost story

Drama, Fantasy, Romance

IMDB: 6.9

Director: David Lowery

Stars: Casey Affleck, Rooney Mara, McColm Cephas Jr.

An American supernatural drama starring Cassey Affleck as the dead husband/ghost who returns home that he shared with his wife. Watching her grieve and see her slowly slipping away as she moves on with her life, and eventually the house as he tries to make her feel his presence in the house.

42. Icarus (2017)

Documentary, Sport

IMDB: 7.9

Director: Bryan Fogel

Stars: Bryan Fogel, Dave Zabriskie, Don Catlin

In an attempt to expose the biggest scandal in the history of sports, filmmaker Bryan Fogel sets out to reveal the truth behind doping and athletes on steroids. From dirty urine to untimely and unexplained deaths. There is alot to uncover as Bryan gets in conversation with a Russian Scientist who turns the story into a psychological thriller.

43. Private Life (2018)

Comedy, Drama

IMDB: 7.2

Director: Tamara Jenkins

Stars: Kathryn Hahn, Paul Giamatti, Gabrielle Reid

Having a child-less marriage may be a requirement for some but torturous for others struggling to have one. As much as it is a blessing, at times, it can take a toll on the person going through it, and in most cases, the whole marriage itself. Threatened by the lack of children in their marriage, Rachel and Richard are fighting hard to keep their marriage afloat while trying different methods.

44. US (2019):US (2019)

Horror, Mystery, Thriller


Director: Jordan Peele

Stars: Lupita Nyong’o, Winston Duke, Elisabeth Moss

US is an ultimate mystery thriller that you must not miss. The Wilson family decides to take a beach vacation in Santa Cruz, California, accompanied by the Tyler Family, their friends. During the day, Jason Wilson, their young son, loses his way and almost goes missing. However, the family finds him, leaving the mother Adelaide in trauma. The same night, four intruders break into their house. The family is shocked to see that all 4 of them are their doppelgangers.

45. Snowpiercer (2013)

Snow piercer

Action, Drama, Sci-Fi

IMDB: 7.1

Director: Bong Joon Ho

Stars: Chris Evans, Jamie Bell, Tilda Swinton

Something similar to a post-apocalyptic era where the only ones surviving are the ones onboard the Snowpiercer, a train with a class system. First-class is luxurious, and as the class goes down, so does the living standards, to the point where the inhabitants began to revolt.

46. Selma (2014):


Biography, Drama, History

IMDB: 7.5

Director: Paul Webb

Stars: David Oyelowo, Carmen Ejogo, Oprah Winfrey

The movie is based on a true event that happened back in 1965 when Dr Martin Luther King Jr. led a campaign to get equal voting rights against the violent opposition. He arranged a march from Selma to Montgomery ended in President Johnson signing the Vote Rights Act of 1965. Getting this act signed is one of the biggest victories of the civil rights movement.


47. Arrival (2016):


Drama, Sci-Fi

IMDB: 7.9

Director: Denis Villeneuve

Stars: Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner, Forest Whitaker

Linguistics professor Louise Banks carries out her mission leading an elite team of investigators when huge spaceships landed on different locations of the Earth. The professor must find a way to communicate with Aliens to unravel the mystery behind this arrival. The future of the human race is at stake. She must save it while ensuring the safety of her own life.

48. Gravity(2013)


Sci-Fi, Drama, Thriller

IMDB: 8.7

Director: Alfonso Cuaron

Stars: Sandra Bullock, George Clooney, Ed Harris

This Sci-Fi masterpiece has won 7 Oscar awards for the brilliantly displayed idea of a scientist duo who was left stranded in space after the destruction of their space shuttle due to an accident. Dr. Ryan Stone, a medical engineer, and Matt Kowalski, a veteran astronaut, struggle for their safety while spiraling out into the blackness.

49. Argo(2012)


Biography, Thriller, Drama

IMDB: 7.7

Director: Ben Affleck

Stars: Ben Affleck, Bryan Cranston, John Goodman

The story is about the rescue of six Americans in Tehran.  Tony Mendez devises a plan to evacuate the hostages by playing under the cover of a Hollywood producer, searching for a suitable location for his shoot.

50. Leave No Trace(2018)

Leave no trace

Adventure, Drama

IMDB: 7.2

Director: Debra Granik

Stars: Thomasin McKenzie, Ben Foster, Jeffery Rifflard

The movie is about a father and daughter’s perfect lives, who reside in a secluded urban park in Portland, Oregon. However, they made a small mistake, and everything is destroyed.

51. Baby Driver(2017)

Baby Driver

Action, Crime, Drama

IMDB: 7.6

Director: Edgar Wright

Stars: Ansel Elgort, Jon Bernthal, Jon Hamm

Baby is a young, partially deaf getaway driver who helps Doc, the crime boss, in his planned robberies. However, just when baby thought he could enjoy his life with his girlfriend Deborah, Doc persuades him for another heist. Unfortunately, things are not the same this time, and Baby finds himself in the way of danger.

52. The Gift (2015)

The gift

Drama, Mystery, Thriller

IMDB: 7.0

Director: Joel Edgerton

Stars: Jason Bateman, Rebecca Hall, Joel Edgerton

We all love gifts, but it gets a bit too much when your old acquaintance shows up unannounced at your door with mysterious gifts every time. If you are into a psychological thriller that keeps you on the edge long after it ends, this is the one for you.

53. The Girl with a Dragon Tattoo (2011)

Crime, Drama, Mystery

IMDB: 7.8

Director: David Fincher

Stars: Daniel Craig, Rooney Mara, Christopher Plummer

Based on the book with the same name, a story of a journalist who takes help from a smart computer hacker to find a woman missing for the past forty years. But they get more information than they ask for, and there is no turning back from it now.

54. The King (2019)

Biography, Drama, History

IMDB: 7.2

Director: David Michôd

Stars: Tom Glynn-Carney, Gábor Czap, Tom Fisher

Young Henry V is left to deal with a crippling war-oriented England in the 15th Century. And there is alot for him to do in order to restore peace within his region and himself.

55. The Two Popes (2019)

The two popes

Biography, Comedy Drama

IMDB: 7.6

Director: Fernando Meirelles

Stars: Anthony Hopkins, Jonathan Pryce, Juan Minujín

What will the Church do to maintain a neutral ground between the old conservative Pope Benedict XVI and the future liberal Pope? Leave them together to figure it out for themselves—a humorous and brilliant take on serious matters to bring out relatability.

56. Dolemite Is My Name (2019)

Dolemite is my name

Biography, Comedy, Drama

IMDB: 7.3

Director: Craig Brewer

Stars: Eddie Murphy, Keegan-Michael Key, Mike Epps

A biopic of the infamous Rudy Ray Moore, who proved everyone wrong about his abilities to star in a kung-fu anti-establishment film.

57. The Death of Stalin (2017)


Comedy, Drama, History

IMDB: 7.2

Director: Armando Iannucci

Stars: Steve Buscemi, Simon Russell Beale, Jeffrey Tambor

An absurd comedy and satire which didn’t fail to disappoint as it portrays the death of Joseph Stalin and how his subordinates struggle to fight for power to become the force of power in Soviet Russia.

58. The Platform (2019)

the platform

Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller

IMDB: 7.0

Director: Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia

Stars: Ivan Massagué, Zorion Eguileor, Antonia San Juan

A Spanish thriller, amongst the best movies on Netflix, tests the limits of the human mind and depicts one of the 7 deadly sins, gluttony. A bone-chilling thriller that will make you question the extent humans can go to satisfy their hunger, literally and figuratively.

Wrapping it up!

Hopefully, our extensive research and recommendations will be of some use and may reduce your time spent hovering on the titles and instead will be utilized actually watching these amazing movies on Netflix. If there are any more recommendations from your end, then feel free to comment below and we will certainly include them in our list of good movies to watch on Netflix.

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Ellison Shirley tends to go down the rabbit hole when it comes to research; hence it’s up to her to present the latest happenings in streaming town. And so she does. A serial binge-watcher, opinionated with a pinch of feminism on top, you name it, she’s a bit of everything.

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