Best Netflix Original Movies on Netflix: Feb 2019

How’s everyone’s 2019 going so far? We wish you’ve been examination copiousness of a titles in a prior tip 50 lists! That being pronounced here’s your latest refurbish for a best 50 Original films accessible on Netflix right now. Remember we refurbish this list any month adding a best code new Original titles.

Stuck for something to watch this Valentine’s day? Make certain to supplement a few titles to your watch list!

50. *6 Balloons

Director: Marja-Lewis Ryan
Cast: Abbi Jacobson, Dave Franco, Charlotte Carel, Madeline Carel
Genre: Drama
Released on Netflix: Apr 6, 2018
IMDb: 5.8/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 88%

Over a march of one night, a lady drives opposite Los Angeles with her brother, who is dependant to heroin, in hunt of a detox center.

It’s a unfortunate demeanour into a energy of obsession and a pain it causes and has a mount out for opening for Abbi Jacobson. Definitely a contingency watch.

49. The Land of Steady Habits

Director: Nicole Holofcener
Cast: Ben Mendelsohn, Edie Falco, Thomas Mann, Charlie Tahan, Connie Britton
Genre: Drama, Comedy
Released on Netflix: Sep 14th, 2018
IMDb: 6.2/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 83%

Feeling trapped within his paltry life Anders Hill retires from his pursuit in finance, leaves his mom and his rich lifestyle in Westport Connecticut. Hoping he can find his lust for life again Anders befriends a drug-addicted teen that sends him down a trail of foolishness and bad decisions. His actions make him doubt his purpose as a father and who is as a person.

Based on a novel of a same name, a film debuted during a Toronto film festival on Sep 12th, 2018 and usually dual days after debuted on Netflix.

48. *(Gaga-Five Foot Two)

Director: Chris Moukarbel
Cast: Sandra Amador, Michael Bearden, Tony Bennett, BloodPop
Genre: Documentary, Biography, Music
Released on Netflix: September 22, 2017
IMDb: 7.1/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 74%

An in-depth demeanour into one of a many enthralling performers of a 21st century, Filmmaker Chris Mourkarbel introduces us to Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, improved famous as Lady Gaga. He shows us a lady behind a performer, a pleasing costumes, a glitz, and all that glamour.

47. Sand Castle

Director: Fernando Coimbra
Cast: Henry Cavill, Logan Marshall-Green, Glen Powell, Nicholas Hoult
Genre: Drama, War
Released on Netflix:  April 21, 2017
IMDb: 6.3/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 74%

Rookie Private Matt Oore discovers a trust cost of quarrel after he and his section are dispatched on a dangerous idea to correct a H2O pumping hire in a farming Iraqi village.

While bursting a opinion of critics, fans that adore a ‘war is hell’ genre should conclude this humanistic proceed to a Iraq war. Although not a colonize in this category, it unequivocally stands out among a throng with a gut-wrenching emotion, tension, and fear.

46. The Discovery

Director: Charlie McDowell
Cast: Robert Redford, Mary Steenburgen, Brian McCarthy, Jason Segel
Genre: Drama, Mystery, Romance
Released on Netflix: March 31, 2017
IMDb: 6.3/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 46%

In a nearby future, due to a breakthrough systematic find by Dr. Thomas Harbor, there is now decisive explanation of an afterlife. While large people have selected self-murder to reset their existence, others try to confirm what it all means. Among them is Dr. Harbor’s son Will, who has arrived during his father’s removed devalue with a puzzling immature lady named Isla. There, they learn a bizarre acolytes who assistance Dr. Harbor with his experiments.

In a age of films where thought-provoking concepts are now brought to a china screen, The Discovery slices a possess singular square of that pie. Even nonetheless it doesn’t opposition a poise of such a judgment like Christopher Nolan would, it’s unequivocally what a movie leaves we to consider about following that warrants praise. Add this to your watchlist for a thought-provoking spectacle.

45. Kodachrome

Director: Mark Raso
Cast: Elizabeth Olsen, Bruce Greenwood, Ed Harris, Jason Sudeikis
Genre: Drama
Released on Netflix: 15 Mar 2018
IMDb: 6.8/10 | Metacritic: 57 | Rotten Tomatoes: 73%

Like many other cinema on this list, Kodachrome landed on Netflix yet many pushing yet it should positively be on your list if we adore old-fashioned dramas. It employs a skills of many courtesy talents including Full House‘s Elisabeth Olsen, SNL‘s Jason Sudeikis, and Westworld‘s Ed Harris. The film tells a story of a father and son creation a outing opposite a United States in a hopes of removing their aged film grown before a final emporium that processes that kind of middle closes for good.

It’s heartwarming and a unequivocally watchable film with a few laughs thrown in.

44. Bleach (2018)

Director: Shinsuke Sato
Cast:  Sot Fukushi, Hana Sugisaki, Miyavi, Ryo Yoshizawa, Taichi Saotome
Genre: Action, Fantasy
Released on Netflix: Sep 14th
IMDb: 6.6/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 80%

Teenager Ichigo Kurosaki lives in a city of Karakura with father and twin sisters. Ichigo has a ability to see ghosts and, after sketch a courtesy of Katana wielding Rukia Kuchiki, she reveals her place in a essence multitude as a Soul Reaper. The pursuit of a essence reaper is to beam passed souls to a afterlife. While opposed a Hollow suggestion (after unwell in annoy a ghosts renovate into wicked beings) Rukia struggles to urge a Kurosaki domicile and transforms all her energy into Ichigo, transforming him into a Soul Reaper.

Usually, live-action adaptations aren’t perceived unequivocally good due to them not being as a good as their anime and manga counterparts. Bleach is a large difference and entertained many new and aged fans of a Bleach fanbase. The film has done a total ¥448,895,200 during a Japanese Box office.

43. The Babysitter

Director: McG
Cast: Judah Lewis, Samara Weaving, Robbie Amell, Hana Mae Lee
Genre: Comedy, Horror
Released on Netflix: 13 Oct 2017
IMDb: 6.3/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 71%

A new spin on a horror/comedy, this fun blood fest is a difficult spin on a Home Alone-style story. Twelve-year-old Cole Johnson is dared by his friends to view on his babysitter ‘Bee’ to see what she gets adult too while he’s ostensible to be asleep, what starts out as a elementary diversion of law or dauntless between Bee and her friends she’s brought to his home, to Cole’s fear he witnesses a wicked ritual, held by her friends Cole contingency quarrel for his life to stop Bee and her Murderous friends.

While not critically acclaimed this was positively a new take on a horror/comedy genre. A fun film and a contingency watch out from a Netflix catalog.

42. To The Bone

Director: Marti Noxon
Cast: Rebekah Kennedy, Keanu Reeves, Lily Collins, Dana L. Wilson, Ziah Colon
Genre: Drama
Released on Netflix: Jul 14, 2017
IMDb: 6.9/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 68%

41. The Incredible Jessica James

Director: Jim Strouse
Cast: Jessica Williams, Chris O’Dowd, Lakeith Stanfield, Noël Wells
Genre: Comedy
Released on Netflix: July 28, 2017
IMDb: 6.5/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 88%

40. *Amateur

Director: Ryan Koo
Cast: Michael Rainey Jr., Tekola Cornetet, Hanna Longo, Walter Anaruk
Genre: Drama, Sport
Released on Netflix: April 6, 2018
IMDb: 5.9/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 75%

Gifted high propagandize basketball actor Terron Forte struggles to fit in with his new organisation during an chosen prep school.

Most loser films don’t excavate into a decrepit underbelly of crime in sports let alone high propagandize basketball. A fresher take on a longshot story, this film is one of a favorites of 2018. If you’re a fool for a dim equine sports film afterwards this is a contingency watch for you.

40. Velvet Buzzsaw

Director: Dan Gilroy
Cast: Jake Gyllenhaal, Natalia Dyer, John Malkovich, Toni Collette, Rene Russo
Genre: Horror, Drama, Mystery
Released on Netflix: Feb 1st, 2019
IMDb: 5.9/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 66%

A collection of art by an opposite artist is found by a miserly art collector. Strange and puzzling events start to occur when a art appears to aim anyone that used art for fervour and personal gain.

A satirical take on a Thriller/Horror franchise, Velvet Buzzsaw is accurately what you’d design from a Jake Gyllenhaal and Dan Gilroy film. The pretension while during times chilling also has a comedic component to it that some might find differing while we entirely enjoyed it.

39. The Cloverfield Paradox

Director: Julius Onah
Cast: Gugu Mbatah-Raw, David Oyelowo, Chris O’Dowd, John Ortiz, Daniel Bruhl
Genre: Sci-fi, Thriller
Released on Netflix: 4th Feb 2018
IMDb: 5.6/10 | Metacritic: 37 | Rotten Tomatoes: 17%

If you’re a fan of a Cloverfield star combined by J. J. Abrams afterwards this is positively essential viewing. If you’re a fan of sci-fi we’d also suggest this film yet usually once you’ve seen a dual cinema to that Paradox follows. Cloverfield Paradox was primarily dictated to be carried in cinemas, yet given of a difficult tract and a tough box bureau in 2018, Netflix managed to secure a disdainful rights and forsaken it in a illusory fashion. Cast your minds behind to a Superbowl in 2018 and you’ll remember a proclamation for this film that followed with a proclamation that it was prepared to watch once a football diversion was over.

The sci-fi film facilities a biggest expel nonetheless with a likes of Gugu Mbatha-Raw, David Oyelowo, and Daniel Bruhl starring. It attempts to overpass a star together and give us context to a prior dual movies. It’s not ideal yet it’s a watchable and moving crack that hopefully pioneers a new proceed of releasing blockbuster movies.

38. 22 July

Director:  Paul Greengrass
Cast: Anders Danielson Lie, Thorjborn Harr, Jon Oigarden, Ulrikke Hansen Dovigen, Maria Block
Genre: Drama
Released on Netflix: Oct 10th, 2018
IMDb: 6.3/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 83%

Based on a loyal events of 22 Jul 2011, a story is separate into 3 tools for a before, during, and after disturbed militant Anders Breivik committed iniquitous crimes opposite his possess nation that resulted in a deaths of 69 children.

The conflict carried on a 22nd of Jul was a largest in Norway’s story given WW2. The dual attacks were carried out usually hours apart. The initial conflict was on an bureau building where a afterwards primary apportion of Norway resided that resulted in a deaths of mixed Norwegian adults and harmed hundreds. Mere hours after during a Utoya Summer Camp, Anders Breivik massacred a defenseless children staying during a stay that resulted in a deaths of 69 children. By a finish of a day, 77 people had died and over 300 hundred adults were harmed and, according to a consult carried out in a emanate of a militant attacks, 1 in 4 Norwegian adults had been privately influenced by a atrocities carried out that day.

37. Barry

Director: Vikram Gandhi
Cast: Devon Terrell, Anya Taylor-Joy, Jason Mitchell, Ashly Judd
Genre: Drama
Released on Netflix: 16 Dec 2016
IMDb: 5.9/10 | Metacritic: 72 | Rotten Tomatoes: 82%

If you’re disturbed about politics afterwards we have zero to fear as this film on a immature Barack Obama leaves his some-more new politics during a doorway and explores his upbringing. We comprehend this will still means people to sneer so we’d advise we to pierce onto a subsequent listing. For those that are still interested, we get to learn about what crafted Barack Obama. As you’ll know, he was a initial ever male of tone to be inaugurated to a United States Presidency that signals poignant swell yet for Barry flourishing up, this unequivocally didn’t seem possible.

The film takes place in 1980’s New York where competition family in a city were still irritable and nonetheless it does excellently execute Barrack’s early life, it some-more provides a amicable explanation on that time duration as a whole.

36. The Night Comes for Us

Cast: Iko Uwais, Joe Taslim, Julie Estelle, Yayan Ruhian, Dian Sastrowardoyo
Genre: Thriller, Action
Released on Netflix: 19th Oct 2018
IMDb: 7.2/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 87%

Ito turns his behind on his former life as an enforcer after saving a life of a immature girl. In response to his betrayal, a Triad sends a multitude of thugs and enforcers to kill Ito and a immature girl.

The film has been rarely praised for a performances of Julie Estelle and Joe Taslim’s performance. While a film has been criticized for a use of extreme violence, it is still a entirely interesting slobber-knocker of a thriller.

35. Apostle

Cast: Kristine Froseth, Dan Stevens, Lucy Boynton, Michael Sheen, Annes Elwy
Genre: Thriller, Horror
Released on Netflix: Oct 12th, 2018
IMDb: 7.8/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 78%

After his sister is abducted by a eremite cult, Thomas Richards travels to a island where a puzzling cult resides. After they direct a recover for her lapse instead of returning his sister a cult will shortly come to comprehend they messed with a wrong man. As Thomas delves deeper into a cult he starts to learn their secrets and lies on that a cult was built.

Apostle debuted in Aug during a Fantastic Film Festival in Austin, Texas. The film was met with a good response from fans and critics and rarely praised for a use of blood and gore in a movie. It has been described as a modern-day Wicker Man.


Director: Adam Leon
Cast: Callum Turner, Grace Van Patten, Michal Vondel, Mike Birbiglia
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Released on Netflix: Apr 21, 2017
IMDb: 6.5/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 95%

Pulled into a untrustworthy briefcase barter for opposite reasons, immature strangers Danny and Ellie spend dual days perplexing to get a briefcase behind after a understanding goes wrong.

A brief and honeyed film that compacts a lot in a 82 Minute run time, executive Adam Leon was means to constraint a attract and cognisance display that we don’t always need a large epic tract all we need infrequently is a tiny environment and an forgive for dual people to tumble for any other. A frank and illusory small adore story, make certain we give it a watch.

33. Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids

Director: Jonathan Demme
Cast: Justin Timberlake
Genre: Documentary, Music
Released on Netflix: Oct 12, 2016
IMDb: 8.0/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 100%

This is a shining and enthralling opening by Justin Timberlake in a perfection of his 20/202 universe tour.

32. Tallulah

Director: Sian Heder
Cast: Ellen Page, Allison Janney, Tammy Blanchard, Evan Jonigkeit
Genre: Drama,
Released on Netflix: Jul 29, 2016
IMDb: 6.8/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 84%

A immature lady takes a baby from an insane mom and pretends a child is hers. Without a place of her own, she asks for a assistance of her ex-boyfriend’s mother, revelation her a baby is her granddaughter.

This film surprisingly went underneath a radar behind in 2016. It’s a desirable film with a shining opening from Ellen Page that brings an judicious demeanour into what creates a mother. Entertaining from a outset, make certain to supplement this to your watchlist for those nights in.

31. Little Evil

Director: Eli Craig
Cast: Evangeline Lilly, Owen Atlas, Adam Scott, Marcus Terrell Smith
Genre: Comedy, Horror
Released on Netflix: September 1, 2017
IMDb: 5.7/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 91%

A newly married male starts to trust that his 5-year-old stepson is a parent of Satan.

For a spoof, Little Evil is surprisingly great. With a waggish opening from Adam Scott personification a purpose of step-dad, he tries to be a good father to his new stepson. The hilarity kicks in once he starts to trust his stepson is indeed a Anti-Christ. With a lot of heart, this honeyed and desirable take on a “Spawn of Satan” genre deserves a place in your queue.

30. To All a Boys I’ve Loved Before

Director: Susan Johnson
Cast: Lana Condor, Noah Centineo, Janel Parrish, Anna Cathcart, Andrew Bachelor
Genre: Drama, Romance
Released on Netflix: 17th Aug 2018
IMDb: 7.3/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 96%

Teenager Lara Jean leads a normal, tedious high propagandize life until adore letters created to herself were done public. The essence of a letters meant for her eyes usually are Lara pouring her heart and essence into observant a things she could never in genuine life, or some-more specifically, to all a boys she’s ever loved. Lara’s best crony leaked a letters in a wish of removing Lara a boyfriend. Soon her adore life goes from 0 to a 100.

Prior to production, there had been many studios meddlesome in producing a film, yet scarcely all wanted to change a lead impression to Caucasian over Asian. Finally anticipating a studio that was happy to swell with an American-Asian lead a film went into production. The film itself is unequivocally desirable and honeyed and has left to spin massively renouned among womanlike audiences both immature and old. Actress Lana Condor also can be credited for a illusory opening in a purpose done usually for her.

29. Gerald’s Game

Director: Mike Flanagan
Cast: Carla Gugino, Bruce Greenwood, Chiara Aurelia, Carel Struycken
Genre: Drama, Horror, Thriller
Released on Netflix: 29 Sep 2017
IMDb: 6.7/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 91%

As you’d design from an instrumentation of a Stephen King novel, this film is one of a tensest in a strange library, scoring good with fans and critics alike. Set in farming Alabama, this film is about a integrate who tries to piquancy adult their sex life with catastrophic consequences, branch into a illusory psychological horror.

As you’d design from a good created Stephen King novel, a characters are good fleshed out and many importantly, a tragedy that his books grasp so good to build carries over to a film equivalent. A contingency watch.

28. Imperial Dreams

Director: Malik Vitthal
Cast: John Boyega, Rotimi, Glenn Plummer, De’aundre Bonds
Genre: Drama
Released on Netflix: February 3, 2017
IMDb: 6.8/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 91%

Reformed mafiosi Bambi has his friendship to his family is tested when he is expelled from jail and earnings to his aged neighborhood.

Technically one of Netflix’s oldest Originals, a film primarily expelled in early 2014 during a Sundance film festival. It wasn’t until 3 years after that Netflix would collect adult a disdainful rights to tide a movie. Initially one of John Boyega’s initial large lead roles, his enthralling opening shows because he has left on to star in Star Wars, one of a biggest franchises in film history. Cynical and reduction glamorous than other L.A mafiosi films, Imperial Dreams gives we an discernment into a onslaught of a post-incarcerated black man.

27. we Don’t Feel during Home in this World Anymore

Director: Chris Smith
Cast: Melanie Lynskey, Chris Doubek, Marilyn Faith Hickey, Jared Roylance, Elijah Wood
Genre: Comedy, Crime, Drama
Released on Netflix: Jan 19, 2017
IMDb: 7.4/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 88%

26. Winter on Fire – Oscar Nominated

Director: Evgeny Afineevsky
Cast: Bishop Agapit, Catherine Ashton, Serhii Averchenko, Kristina Berdinskikh
Genre: Documentary
Released on Netflix: Oct 9, 2015
IMDb: 8.4/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 88%

A polite rights mutation erupts in Ukraine after a pacific tyro criticism fast morphs into a aroused revolution.

Powerful, enthralling and harrowing, this documentary was nominated for an Oscar after a recover in 2015 and it’s distinct to see why. If we were uncertain as to what happened in Ukraine behind in a winter of 2013/2014 you’ll declare harrowing first-hand accounts of what a Ukrainian protesters had to contend with to quarrel for their leisure of speech. What started out as pacific protests roughly tore a nation asunder.

25. Our Souls At Night

Director: Ritesh Batra
Cast: Judy Greer, Jane Fonda, Robert Redford, Matthias Schoenaerts
Genre: Drama, Romance
Released on Netflix: Sep 29, 2017
IMDb: 6.9/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 89%

Addie Moore, a widow, and Louis Waters, a widower, have lived subsequent doorway to any other for years. When Addie tries to make a tie with her neighbor, a dual start sleeping in bed together platonically, with a trusting idea of alleviating their common loneliness. As their attribute deepens, however, they any understanding with grief and loss, and a genuine intrigue starts to blossom.

Jane Fonda and Robert Redford reunite to take partial in this unequivocally honeyed and heart touching movie. Diving low into how a essence deals with a loss, this desirable film will lift on a heartstrings.

24. The Christmas Chronicles

Director: Clay Katis
Cast: Kurt Russell, Darby Camp, Judah Lewis, Oliver Hudson, Kimberly Williams-Paisley
Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Family
Released on Netflix: 22nd Nov 2018
IMDb: 7.3/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 68%

Brother Teddy and Sister Kate Pierce intrigue to constraint Santa Clause on Christmas Eve. After a devise goes disastrously wrong, a kin span must help Santa Clause and his elves save Christmas.

At a time of essay a film has already been watched over 20,000,000 times! A destiny Christmas classic, a latest Christmas strange has been enjoyed by millions worldwide. Kurt Russell’s casting as Jolly Saint Nick was zero brief of fantastic.


23. The Other Side of a Wind

Director: Orson Welles
Cast: Oja Kodar, Peter Bogandovich, John Huston, Susan Strasberg, 
Genre: Drama
Released on Netflix: 2nd Nov 2018
IMDb: 7.2/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 81%

An aging executive earnings to a film courtesy after his self-imposed exile. Hoping to reignite his unwell career executive John Huston creates an impracticable quip film.

The final ever film by mythological film executive as taken roughly 50 years to recover given prolongation began in 1970. The film could be deliberate a self-reflection of how Orson Welles might have felt during a creation of this film. While a film hasn’t had a same impact as Citizen Kane, The Other Side of The Wind is a wise swan strain for a executive prolonged given past.

22. Virunga

Director: Orlando von Einsiedel
Cast: André Bauma, Emmanuel de Merode, Mélanie Gouby, Rodrigue Mugaruka Katembo
Genre: Documentary, War
Released on Netflix: Apr 17, 2014
IMDb: 8.3/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 100%

A organisation of dauntless people risks their lives to strengthen a final towering gorillas.

Sometimes we forget a immorality amiability can dedicate and a dangers of a of a civilization and what it does ecosystems of a world. The fact this documentary is executive to a final organisation of Mountain Gorillas speaks for itself, with that this documentary deserves a same spin of courtesy as what Blackfish received, this heart-wrenching documentary will keep we in torment and rip during your emotions as we have to understanding with a harrowing comment of a Gorillas predicament for presence and those that strengthen them.

21. The Fundamentals of Caring

Director: Rob Burnett
Cast: Alex Huff, Donna Biscoe, Paul Rudd, Julia Denton
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Released on Netflix: 24 Jun 2016
IMDb: 7.3/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 78%

Selena Gomez is no foreigner to Netflix as she produces a forever renouned Netflix Original series, 13 Reasons Why. Before that expelled nonetheless came this old-fashioned comedy starring herself and Paul Rudd. The comedy looks to tear detached stigmas of disabilities as a author who is stranded in a past and a immature child with a incapacity try on a highway outing together. It’s a feel-good story that has a good finale and a fun soundtrack throughout.

Despite Paul Rudd now being best famous for his purpose in Ant-Man, we trust this is his defining purpose as it usually goes to expose that not all superheroes wear capes.

20. Taylor Swift’s Reputation Tour

Director: Ben Wheatly
Cast: Taylor Swift
Genre: Musical, Reality
Released on Netflix: Dec 31, 2018
IMDb: 8.4/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 100%

Mega Pop-Star takes to a theatre for her record-breaking 5th worldwide track tour. Performing her latest and best song in her unusual set, Taylor wowed millions of fans worldwide.

19. 1922

Director: Zak Hilditch
Cast: Thomas Jane, Molly Parker, Dylan Schmid, Kaitlyn Bernard
Genre: Crime, Drama, Horror
Released on Netflix: Oct 20, 2017
IMDb: 6.3/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 87%

Rancher Wilfred James conspires to murder his mom Arlette for financial benefit and convinces his teenage son Henry to participate.

Based on a romance of a same name by Stephen King, a smashing film of torment this film will keep we on a corner of your chair as it explores what shame can do to a tellurian mind. The screenplay was created and Directed by Zak Hilditch and his instrumentation is a unequivocally a contingency watch. Even Stephen King infamously famous for panning adaptations of his work praised a film.

18. First They Killed My Father

Director: Angelina Jolie
Cast: Sareum Srey Moch, Phoeung Kompheak, Sveng Socheata, Mun Kimhak
Genre: Biography, Drama, History
Released on Netflix: Sep 15, 2017
IMDb: 7.2/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 88%

Amid a remarkable and terrifying arise of a Khmer Rouge in Cambodia, 7-year-old lady Loung Ung contingency quarrel for her survival.

Told from a account of a child, Angelina Jolie’s 6 directing credit is her best to date. With an fatiguing approach to a tragedy that a child goes by during a time of good turmoil, this film was rubbed beautifully. Well perceived by both Critics and audiences during home, this gracefully crafted film is a prominence of a Netflix library.

17. The Meyerowitz Stories

Director: Noah Baumbach
Cast: Adam Sandler, Ben Stiller, Dustin Hoffman, Emma Thompson
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Released on Netflix: 13 Oct 2017
IMDb: 7/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 92%

Sandler ditches his normal in your face comedy for a beautifully created film with some illusory talent involved. Ultimately, a film is about a damaged family with dual sons who have spent their life opposed for their father’s attention. Both have taken opposite directions in their lives with conjunction clearly being good adequate for their father. The film is dubbed as a comedy yet it’s indeed some-more of a play interspersed with pointed amusement and a family energetic that’s 3 dimensional and realistic. If nothing of a other Netflix Sandler cinema are to your ambience afterwards this is a film for you.

16. Black Mirror: Bandersnatch

Genre: Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi
Released on Netflix: Dec 28, 2018
IMDb: 7.6/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 74%

It’s a year 1984 and immature programmer Stefan Butler is building his possess video diversion called Bandersnatch. Stefan’s choices are your choices, will Bandersnatch spin a pound strike or will a vigour go to bad Stefan’s head? The choice is adult to you…

While Bandersnatch can't be credited for a being a initial interactive pretension on Netflix, it positively now is a many good known. Most fans might have elite an tangible film/episode yet all credit to Netflix and Charlie Brooker’s organisation for putting together an puzzling pretension like Bandersnatch. If we haven’t already tuned make certain to supplement this to your watchlist right now!

15. Private Life

Director: Tamara Jenkins
Cast: Kathryn Hahn, Paul Giamatti, Emily Robinson, Kayli Carter, Molly Shannon
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Released on Netflix: Oct 5th
IMDb: 7.1/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 93%

Middle-aged integrate Richard and Rachel have been unfortunate to start a family. On mixed occasions, they have unsuccessful to detect a child and even assisted facsimile has resulted in failure. With not many wish of ever carrying a child, they spin to a daughter of their Sister-in-Law for assistance in a wish of carrying a child.

While Private Life is one of a latest films accessible to tide on Netflix a film indeed debuted progressing this year during a Sundance film festival and was good perceived by critics for a doing of a story of such a supportive Nature. a film will take we on an romantic drum coaster of emotions.

14. Mowgli: Legend of a Jungle

Director: Andy Serkis
Cast: Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett, Benedict Cumberbatch, Andy Serkis, Naomie Harris
Genre: Adventure, Drama
Released on Netflix: 7th Dec 2018
IMDb: 6.7/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 53%

Orphan Mowgli is lifted by a container of wolves after a Tiger Shere Khan killed his parents. While flourishing he is taught a manners and laws of a Jungle by Black Panther Bagheera and Baloo a Bear. But as his hearing to join strictly join his wolf container draws closer, a hazard of Shere Khan looms over a jungle.

There have been many adaptations of Rudyard Kipling’s novel over a years and many would have suspicion it too shortly after Disney’s 2016 adaptation. But with Andy Serkis in a director’s seat, it’s transparent how many change he had on a animation of a film. It took many years for a film to finally be expelled yet what a philharmonic it is. Make certain to supplement this film to your watch list.

13. On Body and Soul – Oscar Nominated

Director: Ildikó Enyedi
Cast: Géza Morcsányi, Alexandra Borbély, Zoltán Schneider, Ervin Nagy
Genre: Drama, Fantasy, Romance
Released on Netflix: Feb 21, 2018
IMDb: 7.6/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 91%

Two bashful and socially ungainly co-workers Maria and Endre form a special bond by a puzzling cryptic tie that manifests in a dream.

The film was Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film this year and it’s easy to see why. This was a quip film for director Ildikó Enyedi who hadn’t destined a film in over 18 years before a release. She has crafted a visible beauty with frankness in a proceed to waste people anticipating adore one in any other despite by visionary means and with a good opening from a pleasing Alexandra Borbély a film tugs on a feel cause yet leaves we feeling confident in a end.

12. 13th – Oscar-nominated

Director: Ava DuVernay
Cast: Melina Abdullah, Michelle Alexander, Cory Booker, Dolores Canales
Genre: Documentary, Crime, History
Released on Netflix: Sep 30, 2017
IMDb: 8.2/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 96%

Filmmaker Ava DuVernay explores a story of secular inequality in a United States, focusing on a fact that a nation’s prisons are disproportionately filled with African-Americans.

The documentary delves into a secular inequality of America, from Post Slavery by a Jim Crow laws and Segregation all a proceed into a difficult day. “13th” isn’t fearful to lift a punches with a volume of story it covers in such a brief space of time it’s implausible a volume propitious into a documentary within 100 minutes, a fact it feels roughly slot sized usually goes to expose a scale of a emanate it presents, it would be of no warn to anyone if they had of done a 4 hour documentary instead they still would have usually scratched a surface.10

11. Outlaw King

Director: David Mackenzie
Cast: Chris Pine, Florence Pugh, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Billy Howle, Stephen Dillane
Genre: Historical, Drama
Released on Netflix: 9th Nov 2018
IMDb: 7.1/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 56%

King of Scots Robert de Bruce flees Scotland after an English waylay destroys his forces. Upon his lapse to his country, what stays of his army take a final mount opposite a authoritarian English king.

Chris Pine and a opening broach a illusory opening in this historical-action drama. Taking impulse from a events of genuine history, a dirty and rather hideous film doesn’t destroy to impress. If we are awaiting something same to Braveheart afterwards we might good be surprised. Instead of Kilts, a film chooses to broach a historically accurate demeanour on a Scottish rebellion.

10. The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

Director: Joel Ethan Cohen
Cast: Tim Blake Nelson, Liam Neeson, James Franco, Tom Waits, Brendan Gleeson
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Musical
Released on Netflix: 9th Nov 2018
IMDb: 7.4/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 92%

Set opposite 6 chapters, any story tells a story of life on a western frontier. A sharpshooter, a bank robber, roving performers, a prospector, a traveler and a multi-coloured organisation all knowledge life in a west with a possess tragedies, ironies and success.

One of a personal favorites of 2018, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs was an unusually good and singular experience. The Coen brothers once again did not destroy to broach on a western comedy.

9. Strong Island – Oscar Nominated

Director: Yance Ford
Cast: Yance Ford, Harvey Walker, Kevin Myers, Lauren Ford
Genre: Documentary
Released on Netflix: Sep 15, 2017
IMDb: 6.4/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 100%

When filmmaker Yance Ford investigates a 1992 murder of a immature black man, it becomes an achingly personal tour given a victim, 24-year-old William Ford Jr., was a filmmaker’s brother.

A deeply personal film, executive Yance Ford takes we on a staid tour into a review of a genocide of his brother. A comprehensive and gut-wrenching film Yance can be unapproachable of a work he put into this for his brother. This documentary will take we on an romantic rollercoaster into a discourse of a desired one’s life.

8. Jim Andy: The Great Beyond

Director: Macon Blair
Cast: Jim Carrey, Danny DeVito, Milos Forman, Peter Bonerz
Genre: Documentary
Released on Netflix: Nov 17, 2017
IMDb: 7.8/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 98%

Using 100 hours of footage from a set of “Man on a Moon,” filmmaker Chris Smith papers Jim Carrey’s mutation into mythological opening artist and comedian Andy Kaufman.

An impossibly fascinating watch that shows a spin of joining process actors such as Jim Carrey has left to get into character, Carrey reminiscing of his time personification Andy Kaufman is roughly a opening in of itself while also a sheer sign of a spin of joining it takes to put on such a performance. This is a documentary that contingency be seen, even if we adore or hatred him we could not suggest this film more.6

7. Beasts of No Nation

Director: Cary Joji Fukunaga
Cast: Idris Elba, Kurt Egyiawan, Jude Akuwudike
Genre: Drama
Released on Netflix: 16 Oct 2015
IMDb: 7.8/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 91%

Beasts of No Nation noted a branch indicate for Netflix. It’s one of a oldest Netflix Original cinema yet perhaps, some-more importantly, it was their initial large bill pretension that was clearly gunning for a endowment bodies. Looking back, a film is one of a many successful Netflix Originals to date. Starring Idris Elba who was prohibited of a heels of one of his many active years to date, he portrays a warlord Commandant that enslaves kids to dedicate iniquitous quarrel crimes. The story follows a immature child Agu, recruited into Commandant’s army he is now a infantryman in his country’s polite war.6.

6. Bird Box

Director: Susanne Bier
Cast: Sandra Bullock, Sarah Paulson, Trevante Rhodes, John Malkovich, Machine Gun Kelly
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Released on Netflix: December 13, 2018
IMDb: 6.8/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 62%

In a not too apart future, a cataclysmic eventuality has wiped many of amiability off a face of a earth. When their protected residence becomes too dangerous to stay, mom of 2 Malorie contingency take her children downstream on a dangerous tide to find their subsequent home. All a while they contingency sojourn blindfolded for in a new universe there are tainted creatures that will make any that gawk on them to take their possess life.

There are many that will determine and remonstrate with how high we’ve ranked Bird Box. Despite any opinions on a film, we can't repudiate a strenuous recognition therefore either a film was good or not a series of subscribers that tuned in to watch was ginormous.

5. Icarus – Academy Award Winner for Best Documentary Feature

Director: Bryan Fogel
Cast: Thomas Bach, Sebastian Coe, Bryan Fogel, Nikita Kamaev
Genre: Documentary, Sport, Thriller
Released on Netflix: August 4, 2017
IMDb: 8.0/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 93%

When filmmaker Bryan Fogel sets out to expose a law about doping in sports, a possibility assembly with a Russian scientist transforms his story from a personal examination into a geopolitical thriller. Dirty urine, unexplained death, and Olympic bullion are all partial of a bearing of a biggest liaison in sports history.

Like many documentaries, Netflix produces this is a large eye-opener into a universe of competition and a spin of underhanded intrigue that has tormented sports for years. Peeking by a Iron Curtain and looking state-sponsored doping, this shines a outrageous light on one of a biggest controversies to stone a sporting universe in years

4. Okja

Director: Joon-ho Bong
Cast: Tilda Swinton, Sheena Kamal, Michael Mitton, Colm Hill
Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama
Released on Netflix: 19 May 2017
IMDb: 7.4/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 86%

A pleasing film with some critical messages contained per a destiny of humankind and a attribute with a food sources. Joon-ho Bong has constructed some illusory cinema so apart and this positively stands out as one of his finest.

The story is about super pigs yet privately one lady who lives in an removed encampment in a plateau who raises one. After winning a contest, Okja is taken divided and a journey starts to save him from his certain fate.

3. ROMA – Oscar Nominated

Director: Alfonso Cuarón
Cast: Yalitza Aparicio, Nancy Garcia, Marina De Tavira, Daniela Demesa, Diego Cortina Autrey
Genre: Drama
Released on Netflix: 14th Dec 2018
IMDb: 8.7/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 97%

The story of Roma takes place in a city of Mexico City in a 1970s. Centered around a life of a live-in housekeeper who works for a middle-class Mexican family that lives in a area of Roma. Cuarón has drawn on his possess practice of his childhood to a large shade in this intense and romantic rollercoaster of a film.

Roma has generated a outrageous volume of Oscar hum for Alfonso Cuarón’s for initial in 5 years. The Mexican play is a semi-biographical of a knowledge of life Alfonso had flourishing adult in Mexico City in a 1970s. The film is also a director’s loyalty to a Nanny that was for his family while he was flourishing up.

2. Mudbound

Director: Dee Rees
Cast: Carey Mulligan, Jason Clarke, Mary J Blige, Garret Hedlund
Genre: Drama
Released on Netflix: 17th Nov 2017
IMDb: 7.5/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 96%

This is essential observation for all and has so apart been one of Netflix’s many flashy film releases so apart going as apart to acquire itself 4 Oscars, 30 wins and another 102 nominations elsewhere. The harrowing design tells us a story of dual families in a post-WW2 in a farming south village. The film touches on mixed banned subjects of a time yet generally of a competition relations. Despite being over 2 hours in length, a film manages to reason your courtesy with illusory performances from a whole expel yet quite to Mary J Blige who puts in a opening of a lifetime. An comprehensive gem of a Netflix Originals library and one that might not have come to a light of day had Netflix not published it for a universe to see.

1. The Little Prince

Director: Mark Osborne
Cast: Jeff Bridges, Mackenzie Foy, Rachel McAdams, Marion Cotillard
Genre: Animation, Adventure, Drama
Released on Netflix: Aug 5, 2016
IMDb: 7.8/10 | Rotten Tomatoes: 94%

A small lady already has her whole life laid out by her Ambitious Mother, sleepy of her paltry and designed out life, a small lady meets a commander and introduces her to a universe where she can rediscover her childhood and that tellurian connectors matter many and usually with a heart can we see what it is mort critical of all.

Winner of a Cesar Award for Best Animated Film The film was perceived unequivocally good by critics, with a pleasing story and desirable animation this is a contingency watch for we and a family.

There we have it, folks! That is a tip 50 Netflix Originals now accessible to stream, do we like a list? Is there a film we might have missed that we feel deserves a place on this list? let us know in a comments, and while you’re here take a demeanour during a other top lists and see what takes to your liking.

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