Everything from comedies to drama, compelling documentaries to nail-biting thrillers, the streaming service has something for everyone.
Here are the 20 best movies you can stream on Netflix this weekend:
1• SlEEPING WITH OTHER PEOPLE
Jason Sudeikis plays a Lothario. Alison Brie plays a serial cheater. They met, dozen years after hooking up and form a plutonic relationship, but then feelings start creeping in.
2• THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS
Jonathan Demme’s unsettling thriller in which a rookie FBI agent ( Foster ) must collaborate with a convicted murderer ( Hopkins ) to track down a serial killer, is one of the very few horror movies that the academy has recognized with it’s top award.
3• SILVER LININGS PLAY BOOK
Bradley Cooper plays a man who, after being released from a psychiatric hospital, tries to get back on his feet while living in his parent’s chaotic home. Jenifer Lawrence stars as the woman who helps him cope with his problems as they enter a dance competition.
4• STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI
The eight installment in the primary Star Wars saga picks up where the force awakens left off, with Rey ( Daisy Ridley ) training with Luke Skywalker ( Mark Hamill ) & being lure to the dark side by Kylo Ren ( Adam Driver ).
5• TO ALL THE BOYS I’VE LOVED BEFORE
Lara Jean Song Convey ( Lana Condor ) is your typical lovelorn teenage girl, drafting love letters to her former crushes for her eyes only but when the letters wined up being mailed to the former objects of her affections, her life is turned upside-down as the boys confront her about her former feelings.
6• WET HOT AMERICAN SUMMER
Long before Netflix’s two spin off TV series, this ensemble – driven cult classic spoofed raunchy ’80s teen comedies & made Stars out of Elizabeth Banks, Amy Poehler, Bradley Cooper & Paul Rudd.
7• THE TRUMAN SHOW
Jim Carrey stars as Will Truman, A man who stars in America’s most popular reality Tv show, only he has no idea everything around him is a total lie.
Telling the story of the sniper massacre at The University Of Texas at Austin in 1966, this harrowing documentary uses animation to re-create the real events in order to give viewers a distinctly surreal perspective of a mass shooting- a subject more timely today than ever.
9• SHE’S GOTTA HAVE IT
Spike Lee’s first feature film is an Indie black – and – White comedy starring Tracy Camilla Johns as a young woman in Brooklyn who joggles three potential boyfriends.
David Fincher’s breakthrough film stars Brad Pitt & Morgan Freeman as two detectives hunting down a serial killer whose crimes are inspired by the Seven deadly sins.
11 SCHINDLERS’ LIST
Spielberg’s first Oscar came with this somber & haunting holo caust tale, about German business man Oskar Schindler ( Liam Neeson ) who saved over one thousand Jewish refugees from the concentration camps.
12 THE RIVER WILD
Meryl Streep & Kevin Bacon star in this tense hitchcockian tale about a woman who leads her family on a rafting trip which is then hijacked by two conmen on the run from the law.
13 RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK
Steven Spielberg joined forces with George Lucas to launch one of the greatest action-adventure franchises in film history with Harrison Ford’s outing as Indiana Jones remaining the series best installment.
14 PUNCH-DRUNK LOVE
Paul Thomas Anderson’s idiosyncratic rom-com stars Adam Sandler as an anxious & socially inept Los Angeles man whose domineering sister sets him up with a beguiling English woman played by Emily Watson.
15 PULP FICTION
Quentin Tarantino’s post modern masterpiece tells a handful of wild & surprising tales in this ultra-violent, darkly comic film that changed the way film maker’s craft movies we watch forever.
A sub urban California family’s ghosts & monsters. Some playful, some downright evil. In this Steven Spielberg penned film that features one of the most iconic lines in the history of scary movies: “they’re heeere.”
17 PARIS IS BURNING
Jennie Livingston’s seminal Paris Is Burning documents the Harlem drag ball culture of the late ’80s, which helped push drag into the main stream. More importantly, it chronicles the intersection of Race, Gender, & Class at the height of the AIDS crisis, but does so with humour, joy, & affection for it’s subject.
18 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WIND
Though it wasn’t released until this year, Orson Welles’s infamous unfinished film, a mockumentary satire of the new Hollywood movement & starring legendary directors John Huston & Peter Bogdanovich, was the director’s passion project in the ’70s & has a particularly new Hollywood vibe.
19 OTHER PEOPLE
A Gay man ( Jesse Plemons ) returns home to his conservative family to be with his cancer-stricken Mom ( Molly Shannon ) in this sweetly comic semis autobiographical film written & directed by Chris Kelly.
20 ONCE UPON A TIME IN AMERICA
Sergio Leone’s final film is a searing crime epic that charts the lives of a group of men as they come off age in New York city is Jewish ghettos ultimately rising out of poverty & into the under belly of the city’s organised crime world.
Source::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Netflix/Rosette Collection