All movies watched on Netflix March–Present
Five Really Great Movies on Netflix Right Now
- Safety Not Guaranteed. It may be that I love anything with Mark Duplass, it may be the odd concept, it may be the setting, but this was a unique and enjoyable movie from the early 2010s.
- The Artist. Looking for an old fashioned film to take your grandmother to? Check out this “silent” film that won best picture in 2012.
- Hunt for the Wilderpeople. Taika Waititi is good at many things, but especially good at directing boys in hilarious comedies. This is an excellent example.
- Stranger Than Fiction. Another odd little film about an accountant who suddenly finds himself with a narrator. Top-notch cast and Will Ferrell being the straight man. It charmed me.
- About Time. I resisted this for unknown reasons, but when I sat down and watched it, I fell in love with this time-travel love story. In a year when a lot of us are taking stock, this is a great film to view.
- Sleepless in Seattle (July)
- Athlete A (July)
- 13th (June)
- Becoming (May)
- The Lovebirds (May)
- The Half of It (May)
- 20 Feet From Stardom (April)
- 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)
- The Kissing Booth 2 (July)
- Kicking & Screaming (April)
- All the Bright Places (March)
- The Lobster (March)
Have you watched any of these films? Do you agree or disagree? Leave a comment and let’s talk!
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