All movies watched on Netflix April–Present
Five Really Great Movies on Netflix Right Now
- Yes, God, Yes. I paid $6.99 to watch this film in August, but you have waited and now you can see it as part of your Netflix monthly fee. Score for you, because this film set in early internet times is a hoot.
- Spotlight. You get two things when you watch this movie about investigative reporters. You can check off a best picture winner and also see a fabulous movie about an uncomfortable topic.
- Snowpiercer. Are you Bong Joon Ho curious, especially after Parasite won best picture? This might be your entry point. Class issues, end of the world issues, and Tilda Swinton stealing the show.
- 20th Century Women. I’m gonna keep shoving this generational coming-of-age film with so many good moments at you until you watch it.
- Moneyball. Since we didn’t get sports in 2020 like we usually do, maybe you want a hit of baseball? But with Aaron Sorkin writing and Bennett Miller directing?
- The Trial of the Chicago 7 (October)
- Sleepless in Seattle (July)
- Athlete A (July)
- 13th (June)
- Becoming (May)
- The Lovebirds (May)
- The Half of It (May)
- 20 Feet From Stardom (April)
- Definitely Maybe (September)
- The Devil All the Time (September)
- Pride & Prejudice (September)
- I’m Thinking of Ending Things (September)
- Project Power (August)
- Catfish (August)
- The Old Guard (July)
- Da 5 Bloods (June)
- Can’t Hardly Wait (June)
- See You Yesterday (June)
- 18 Presents (May)
- Inception (May)
- Extraction (April)
Have you watched any of these films? Do you agree or disagree? Leave a comment and let’s talk!