These Are The 16 Best Movies On Netflix Right Now

These Are The 16 Best Movies On Netflix Right Now

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Figuring out what to watch on Netflix can take about as long as actually watching whatever movie you decide on. Life doesn’t need to be that hard, so we’ve collected a list of the best movies you can watch on Netflix right now, no aimless browsing required. From incredible underrated gems to timeless favorites that you haven’t thought about in years, we’ve rounded up the best movies on Netflix right now…

Kubo and the Two Strings | 0:21
The Imitation Game | 1:02
The Babadook | 1:50
Oldboy | 2:29
Beasts Of No Nation | 3:11
The Fundamentals of Caring | 3:40
Captain America: Civil War | 4:20
The Wailing | 4:57
Gangs of New York | 5:35
It Follows | 6:18
The Hateful Eight | 6:56
The Fellowship of the Ring | 7:34
The Godfather | 8:13
Wind River | 8:50
Changeling | 9:17
City of God | 9:58

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  1. What other Netflix movies should’ve made this list? Please Note: Release dates and availability on Netflix are subject to change and differ from country to country.

  2. Hush was a good on the edge of your seat thriller on Netflix I think. I’ve heard a lot of reviews never watched it til one day I was bored at home it was better than I had thought

  3. Am I the only one who feels it’s weird that programs like netflix have more bad then good content, is it because it’s cheaper to get terrible movies onto netflix then actual good movies or what

  4. The Babadook’s ending was so bad, so lazy, and I imagine the producers got drunk and came up with the most ridiculous ending I’ve seen in some time. Apart from that is a great horror film.

  5. I’m all about Hulu these days!!! Netflix is like a girl friend that broke up with me, and I want her to come back!!!

  6. the wailing is one of the weirdest movies i’ve ever seen, a horror film with just the right amount of comedy, really good movie.

  7. Kubo and the Two Strings, The Imitation Game, The Babadook, Oldboy (2003), The First Avenger: Civil War, The Wailing, Gangs of New York, It Follows, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The Godfather, Wind River & City of God we don’t have or resp anymore… The rest is still there…

  8. The Hateful eight is actually an allegory with each character as a post-civil war representation of a section of society, and the happenings that go on in the Saloon, are in a way, a microcosm of what happens in the larger context societally post -war. Excellent recommendation. Not the best list I’ve seen, pretty haphazard really. The Godfather? Is it even necessary to recommend that anymore?
    Bad Fait accompli there.
    If you want a real list – Damnation, Godless, 1922, Travelers, Mindhunter, Seven Seconds, The Alienist, The innocents, The gift, Black Mirror, American Horror Story and finally ‘Room’.


    You must be new here to the MCU, I can tell. Just riding the popularity wave smfh 🤦🏾‍♂️🤦🏾‍♂️. If not, you’d have known that the direct sequel to "Captain America: FIRST AVENGER" was winter soldier; and fair to say that Winter soldier is still one of the best movies from the MCU, and arguably the best standalone MCU movie. Civil war, ragnarok and those with some ensemble cast don’t count as standalone. Yea civil war was a captain America movie but it was damn near an avenger movie and had more heroes than avengers 1.

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