As many streaming services as there are today, Netflix may continue to be the premier platform for watching movies and TV shows. The first mainstream streaming service and a platform that continues to boast some of the best and most remarkable movies you can find anywhere.
Netflix original movies and An endless amount of famous movies like Murder Mystery 2, The Hunger Games, Seabiscuit, There is no shortage of potential viewing options when it comes to Netflix’s impressive lineup of movies.
Below are some of the movies currently streaming on Netflix that we recommend you check out.
Update: April 1st.
Mystery: Murder Mystery 2
4 years ago romantic comedy “Woodunite”, murder mystery, took the world by storm, becoming the most-streamed Netflix movie in its release window.Almost half a year later, the cast and crew behind murder mystery Back to the long-awaited sequel, Murder Mystery 2.
Married couple Nick (Adam Sandler) and Audrey (Jennifer Aniston), trying to get their private detective agency off the ground, land a big-ticket case when their friend Maharajah (Adeel Akhtar) is kidnapped. It will be.
Murder Mystery 2 trades Italy for the grandeur of Paris and the Caribbean, and revisits the likable romantic-comic chemistry between Sandler and Aniston. However, much like the original film, a good portion of the film is pretty bland compared to other better hooda units.
Sci-Fi: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 2
Mockingjay — Part 2 It’s not just the conclusion of The Hunger Games series. In many ways, it marks the end of an era, telling the story of Katniss Everdeen and her fellow Hunger Games competitors, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
As she prepares for the final battle between President Snow (Donald Sutherland) and the corrupt forces of the Capitol, Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) begins to question the motives of her own revolutionary leaders.
A big improvement from moderate quality Mockingjay — Part 1, part 2 Ends the series on an overall satisfying high note. As with all franchise entries before this film, the performances and action are all excellent, with key themes revolving around totalitarianism, authoritarianism, and propaganda.
Is there anything Jon Hamm can’t do? One minute, he’s starring in the acclaimed AMC TV series about a 1960s advertising agency.Next, he’s starred in hilarious comedies, music-fueled heist movies, and tense political thrillers like 2018’s Beirut.
Ten years after the murder of his wife (Layla Bechti), a guilt-ridden former diplomat (Ham) is approached by the U.S. government to negotiate with those responsible for the death of his beloved wife.
Beirut Lacks heart-pounding action Mission Impossible Or James Bond, but the film has grounded elements that make it similar to other notable political thrillers such as: Argo, Three days of the Condoragain tinker tailor soldier spyHamm gives a particularly strong lead performance, with fellow cast members Rosamund Pike, Dean Norris, and Shay Whighum performing brilliantly in their respective roles.
Horror: I See You
Climbing the stairs to Netflix’s most-watched movie of the week i see youa 2018 horror thriller that explores some dark and thoughtful issues, especially the nuances of family relationships.
After a young boy goes missing, an experienced detective (John Tenney) is tasked with finding the child, but he continues to face mounting marital problems at home that somehow I think it’s related to the incident.
like all the best thrillers, i see you It starts in one direction and slides rapidly in another, keeping the audience guessing and tiptoeing to the end. Mixing just the right amount of terror to appease horror fans, it’s a tense, distinctly suspenseful film that will leave you reeling after watching.
Crime: Dragged across concrete
Similarly, it was the 2018 movie that topped the most-watched list this week. dragged across concretea hard-boiled and cynical study of police corruption and individuals forced into a life of crime as a matter of circumstances.
Wanting quick cash, two temporarily suspended detectives (Vince Vaughn and Mel Gibson) become involved in a robbery led by a recently paroled inmate (Tory Kittles).
If you haven’t heard of director S. Craig Zahler, I highly recommend checking out his previous films, especially revisionist westerns. bone tomahawkand his neo-noir thriller, Brawl at Cell Block 99In each of his films, Zahler manages to combine pulpy genre elements into well-plotted works, making for some of the most original films of our time ( dragged across concrete).
Family: Penguins of Madagascar
For some people, penguins appearing in supporting roles are Madagascar The series is the best thing about the franchise. This is evidenced by the three-season spin-off TV series and his 2014 film. penguins of madagascar.
Penguin Skipper (Tom McGrath), Kowalski (Chris Miller), Private (Christopher Knights) and Rico (Conrad Vernon) join forces with a secret security organization known as the North Wind to create a vengeful octopus ( I’m tasked with stopping John Malkovich. taking over the world.
Admittedly, it’s not as remarkable as many of DreamWorks’ other series (Shrek, how to train a dragonSuch), penguins of madagascar at least equivalent to the original Madagascar Trilogy. As humorous as its predecessor, it’s his fast-paced, lightweight, and often laughable family-friendly pseudo-espionage thriller.
One of the famous dramas about horse racing. seabiscuits An initially despised horse that no one took seriously, it has since come to be widely recognized.
In the midst of the Great Depression, aspiring jockey John Pollard (Tobey Maguire) is paired with Seabiscuit, a tiny thoroughbred in the vehicle that would go on to become one of the world’s most famous racehorses.
Like most sports dramas, seabiscuits It shows the transformation of an athlete (in this case, Pollard and his famous horse). Through it all, Seabiscuit and Pollard’s relationship and dependence on each other are touched upon for dramatic effect, providing a moving film about a man and his loyal companion.
Thriller: Who did you run from?
A bold and imaginative new show that recently debuted on Netflix, Who were we running from? It takes a relatively simple premise and maximizes its potential, leading to a series that’s exciting, suspenseful, and endlessly binge-worthy.
Teenage Bambi (Eylül Tumbar) and his mother (Melisa Sozen) move from hotel room to hotel room. Her mother teaches her daughter the importance of keeping moving to outrun the person she believes is chasing her.
Boasting tremendous popularity since its debut on Netflix, Who were we running from? It successfully balances a sense of intrigue with an unbroken dreamlike atmosphere, building a central mystery that you’ll be obsessed with solving by the final episode.
Whatever you say about his movies, Adam Sandler can be a really great actor when he wants to be. It suffices to look at a few of Sandler’s lesser-known films, including his 2004 romantic comedy, to prove this fact. Spanglish.
A single mother from Mexico (Paz Vega), hoping to build a better life in America, moves to Los Angeles with her daughter to live with an easy-going chef (Sandler) and his grumpy wife (Tea Leoni). Become a housekeeper.
One of the better acting films of Sandler’s early career, Spanglish It’s a pretty mediocre film in terms of its plot and reliance on romantic-comedy genre tropes. But Vega and Sandler’s performances are stellar, and the film is worth watching for that simple reason alone.
At the annual Gold Fluffy Award ceremony, several mascots compete for the prestigious title of best mascot. Each entry is far more bizarre and absurd than the last.
In the late ’90s and into the 2000s, director Christopher Guest was at his height of creative prowess, releasing a series of popular mockumentary films that set the standard for the genre.
Ten years later, Guest returns to the format he helped pioneer mascota sort of spiritual sequel to Guest’s most famous film, best in showAt times it may seem like we are relying too much on Guest’s previous work, mascot Enough to satisfy quirky comedy fans, especially those who love them. office, Portlandiaagain documentary now.
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Richard Chachowski is a freelance writer based in New Jersey. He loves reading, Tootsie the Dog, and almost every movie that ever exists (especially Star Wars).