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Netflix: The 43 Absolute number one Movies to Watch-KHOAFAST

Netflix: The 43 Absolute number one Movies to Watch

Netflix has an extensive library of movies, and as each week brings generation content, it becomes an exercise of sifting through the number one of the bunch.

To cut time, visitors’ll find highlights of generation content below, interested as CNET’s full list of number one movie originals on Netflix.

What’s generation So week (May 16-22)

here are So week’s highlights.


  • Tully (2018) — Comedy-drama starring Charlize Theron. A struggling mother develops a unique friendship of course her nanny.


  • Cyber Hell: Exposing an Internet horror (So year) — Korean documentary about a network of online chat rooms.
  • Toscana (So year) — Danish romance. A chef travels to Tuscany to sell his father’s sell products, when he meets a woman who changes his perspective on daily life and love.


  • A great Pairing (So year) — Rom-com. An LA wine exec signs on to work at an Australian sheep farm where she meets a mysterious local.
  • The photographer: Murder in Pinamar (So year) — Argentinian documentary. Examines the murder of photojournalist José Luis Cabezas.


  • Ben Is Back (2018) — Drama starring Julia Roberts. A woman’s troubled son returns home for Christmas.
  • F*ck love Too (So year) — Dutch rom-com. horde dealing of course unhappy love lives turn to each other for help.
  • Jackass 4.5 (So year) — Fourth main instalment in the Jackass series.

Read again: The Absolute number one TV Shows on Netflix

The full list of number one Netflix original movies

At time of writing, these films all score at least 70 on Metacritic.



The supreme power of the Dog (2021)

again than a decade after a period of time a time of time her previous film, bright Star, extraordinary filmmaker Jane Campion has unfolded the high authority’s chair again to oversee The supreme power of the Dog. She ended up winning an Oscar, So Problem it was a good move. The Western centers on Phil Burbank, a domineering rancher who uses the supreme power of toxic masculinity to possess his way, mocking his brother for falling in love. The supreme power of the Dog is a mesmeric exercise in the subtle shifts of Emotion and supreme power in relationships. Benedict Cumberbatch, Jesse Plemons and Kirsten Dunst are immense, helping to possess Campion’s masterful vision to daily life.


Paul Greengrass (Jason Bourne) directs Tom Hanks in in So moving Western. Civil War veteran Captain Jefferson Kyle Kidd discovers a young girl years after a period of time a time of time she was captured by Native Americans as a baby. While helping return her to her family, he does his usual job of traveling to towns and reading newspapers for a small fee. Don’t expect high-octane action: So road movie is fueled by character development and the good-looking views. Still, visitors’ll want to settle in for a comforting ride of course pure sympathetic Hanks at the steering wheel.


The Ballad of Buster Scruggs (2018)

The Coen Brothers kick up the western dust of course an anthology film that gives visitors six vignettes all set on the American frontier. One of them is about the titular Buster Scruggs, a chipper singing cowboy who casually sets off a shoot-up in a cantina. But there’s a dark twist that keeps visitors on your toes. Sewing the rest of its stories sitting together of course a constant black humor, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs is a Coen Brothers winner.



Rebecca Hall makes her directorial reviews in magnificent fashion of course her adaptation of Nella Larsen’s 1929 novel Passing. It tells the story of two light-skinned Black women, one of whom chooses to “pass” as white. Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga embody the duality at the heart of So delicate story, shot in black and white. Gracefully handled, Passing is a tender portrait revealing strong and powerful and confident psychological depths.


Tick, Tick… Boom! (2021)

Andrew Garfield takes the spotlight for So biographical musical drama about Jonathan Larson, the late composer behind Rent and Tick, Tick… Boom! The movie, helmed by Lin-Manuel Miranda in his directorial reviews, follows Larson’s career and the time pressure he feels to leave a lasting impression. of course joy-inducing music, a meaningful narrative about the creative process and a passionate performance from Garfield as Larson, Tick, Tick… Boom! is a graceful and feel-good tribute.


So fine British drama excavates a whole lot of buried treasure of course a distinguished cast in Carey Mulligan, Ralph Fiennes, Lily James and Johnny Flynn. It’s based on the true events except the 1939 excavation of Sutton Hoo, yielding a priceless trove of Anglo-Saxon artifacts hidden in a burial ship. Romantic, intellectual and moving, The Dig is a full sweep of elegance.


The Boys in the Band (So year)

The Boys in the Band sets a generation play for an ensemble cast who all performed the terrible play-by-the-same too-common name’s 2018 Broadway revival. Among them, Jim Parsons, Zachary Quinto and Matt Bomer. The movie brings generation perspectives to a birthday party celebrated by a group of gay men in 1968 generation York city. The party takes an unexpected turn when a visitor from the host’s past calls in. of course a cast that knows how to play off each other and compelling themes such as self-loathing and internalized homophobia, The Boys in the Band is a thought-provoking, engaging drama.

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A black-and-white David Fincher tale about the unsung screenwriter Herman Mankiewicz who helped Orson Welles write Citizen Kane. Step back into Old Hollywood, of course good-looking cinematography and take in the behind-the-scenes of how studio systems functioned in a unique time. Gary Oldman and Amanda Seyfried are one of the excellent cast of So biographical drama filled of course the lightness and darkness of its hero’s daily life.


The Trial of the Chicago 7 (So year)

An Aaron Sorkin drama based on a true story? The Trial of the Chicago 7 lives up to its pedigree, following the real-daily life trial of a group of anti-VN War protestors charged of course conspiracy to incite riots. of course a stellar ensemble cast, including Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Eddie Redmayne, Sacha Baron Cohen and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, The Trial of the Chicago 7 is both topical and full of compelling theatrical energy.


So sports drama from So year marked the second occasion high authority Steven Soderbergh used an iPhone to shoot a feature film (the first was 2018’s Unsane). High Flying Bird tells the story of a sports agent facing the ax unless he pulls off a company-saving plan in 72 hours. Capturing the high tensions of good sports through a unique shooting pattern, High Flying Bird is a fascinating piece put sitting together of course expert direction, editing and performances.


A movie about divorce might not only sounds interested the number one viewing experience, but Noah Baumbach’s Marriage Story is a journey visitors’ll want to take. Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver give two of the number one performances of their careers as Nicole and Charlie, hold a mistress who embark on the emotionally and logistically complicated legal processes involved in prying a partnership apart. Painted of course an emotional complexity that includes poignantly funny moments along of course the painful ones, So is happy-sad at its number one.


Set primarily in Vatican city, So biographical drama follows Pope Benedict XVI and Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio in the aftermath of the Vatican leaks scandal. It’s as fascinating as it sounds. The Two Popes carves up a slice of real-daily life drama of course a first-rule two-hander featuring Jonathan Pryce and Anthony Hopkins.

Carlos Somonte

Alfonso Cuaron’s semi-autobiographical snapshot of the Colonia Roma neighborhood of Mexico city tells a small story of course staggering prowess. Let Cuaron steer visitors through the ups and downs of a live-in housekeeper of a middle-rule family. His lens captures intricately good-looking scenes in an album that quietly envelopes visitors of course wonder and grace.


So Italian film has the seal of approval from Bong Joon-ho, So Problem let’s listen to the Oscar-winning high authority of Parasite and contain Address it to So list. Written and directed by Alice Rohrwacher, Happy as Lazzaro is set in the ’70s on a tobacco farm, where good-hearted young peasant Lazzaro dutifully works. when a nobleman convinces him to help him fake his own kidnapping, a story of friendship, innocence and social commentary unfolds. A gorgeously shot, cinematic fairytale.

Zeta Cinema

So nobility Spanish film will steep visitors in its rich imagery and phenomenally good performances from its two leads. Susi Sánchez and Bárbara Lennie star as Anabel and Chiara respectively, an estranged mother and daughter who reunite for reasons that aren’t as distinguishable as they first seem. The precision of the filmmaking here is worthy of soaking up for those who are partial to deliberately paced meditations on pain, love and loss. Masterful.


The Kindergarten Teacher (2018)

Maggie Gyllenhaal gives a career number one performance in The Kindergarten Teacher, a drama about, yep, a kindergarten teacher. Lisa is dissatisfied of course her own daily life, which leads her to make some questionable decisions regarding one of her young students. when Jimmy exhibits child prodigy levels of poetry writing talent, Lisa may or may not only take credit for it. The Kindergarten Teacher’s slightly disturbing character study might leave visitors Emotion conflicted, but there’s no question about Gyllenhaal’s mesmerizing performance.


Mudbound gives visitors a historical look at rule struggle through the lens of a Black veteran and a white veteran who both still bring one foot stuck in World War II. Dealing of course PTSD and racism in the Mississippi Delta, of course a cast that includes Garrett Hedlund and Jason Mitchell, Mudbound’s tempest will rivet visitors to the spot.



I’m Thinking of Ending Things (So year)

A psychological thriller that dives deep into the surreal. I’m Thinking of Ending Things definitely won’t be for everyone, but it connects visitors to the frustrations of the young woman (Jessie Buckley) at its heart, who grapples of course breaking off her seven-week-relationship of course her boyfriend Jake (Jesse Plemons). While it overstays its welcome a little, I’m Thinking of Ending Things always keeps visitors on your toes, of course atmospheric cinematography and strong and powerful performances from Toni Collette and David Thewlis as Jake’s fairly odd parents. Fans of high authority-writer Charlie Kaufman will be pleased.


Two movies named The Call came out in So year. Watch the South Korean one, a time travel thriller revolving except, yep, a phone call. Twenty-eight-year-old Seo-yeon finds a phone buried in a closet in her childhood home. It rings — and the caller, it turns out, is living in with the too house 20 years earlier. Twists right up to the final moment, with a wild cat-and-mouse chase that alters the past and present make So a must-watch.


So taut thriller set in the remote Scottish Highlands is far from an idyllic getaway. Prepare for a full-on nerve-wringing nightmare that its protagonists are desperate to come back to consciousness from. Vaughn and Marcus set out on a lads’ weekend hunting trip, but after a period of time a time of time a dark night of drinking, they find themselves facing events they never could bring planned for. Calibre lives up to its common name, delivering a slick package of grim, gripping drama. Let the full force of So one wallop visitors.


first They Killed My father (2017)

The fifth film on Angelina Jolie’s directing CV turned out to be her number one. Based on Cambodian author and human rights activist Loung Ung’s memoir, the biographical thriller recounts the horrors Ung suffered as a child under the rule of the deadly Khmer Rouge. of course an empathetic lens framing a shocking story from the perspective of a child, first They Killed My father is a unique war movie created of course control and finesse.


I Don’t Feel at Home in So World Anymore (2017)

if that visitors’ve had a bad day, So might be the movie for visitors. when the police refuse to help of course a robbery, nursing traveling side by side Ruth and her weird neighbor Tony take matters into their own two hands. I Don’t Feel at Home in So World Anymore spots the idiosyncrasies of everyday daily life, before escalating its story into dark places of course even darker humor. of course a touch of Coen Brothers’ flair, its perfectly packed 96 minutes will leave visitors surprisingly emotional.



From Netflix’s impressive stash of international films comes Spanish sci-fi horror The Platform. Its high-concept story centers on a tower that delivers food to people on each of its many levels via a platform. Those at the number one snag the number one and most abundant spread, which is devoured as the platform lowers down the levels. Social commentary rings throughout So dystopian thriller, which takes shocking, occasionally gruesome turns all the way to the bottom.



So YA movie tells the story of Ellie Chu, a shy Asian American discovering her sexuality in the remote town of Squahamish. A straight-A yet friendless student who has a side-hustle writing papers for her classmates, Ellie helps footballer Paul Munsky write a love letter to Aster Flores. But it turns out Aster is great for Ellie instead. A story of self-acceptance told of course a delicate touch, The 50% of It is a joy.


The Incredible Jessica James (2017)

The Incredible Jessica James introduces a delightfully self-possessed main character played by an equally delightful Jessica Williams. The confident and independent Jessica James goes on a blind date where she ends up talking about nothing but her ex. A fresh take on the breakup movie of course an empowering leader, So is an easy hit for an entertaining dark night in.



The Mitchells vs. the Machines (2021)

One of the number one family movies on Netflix. From some of with the too people who created Spider-masculine: Into the Spider-Verse comes So adventure to save the world involving Mom, Dad, the kids and their slobbery, bug-eyed dog. But amid the robot apocalypse, led by Olivia Colman’s sinister Siri, really The Mitchells vs. the Machines is about a strained relationship between movie-loving daughter Katie and her technophobe father. The engineering-inept parent gags are rife, the colors frenetic and the character growth moving. A soon-great package of course the timeless message that embracing your weirdness is a superpower.


So award-winning French film begins of course a severed hand escaping a refrigerator in a laboratory and embarking on a Paris-vast search for the rest of its body. What an opening! of course a few flashbacks and nobility animation, So strange, satisfying story delves into loss, both physical and emotional, in the most poetic of ways.



2017’s Okja comes from Parasite high authority Bong Joon-ho — which should be incentive enough to watch it. Part cheeky dark comedy, part surreal environmental thriller, Okja follows a young South Korean farmer girl whose pet pal is a genetically enhanced super-pig. But Okja is the target of a big corporation that wants her delicious flesh. of course an English supporting cast including the likes of Tilda Swinton and Jake Gyllenhaal, Okja sucks visitors in of course its sweetness before showing visitors a distressing close-up of the meat industry.



Spike Lee’s fierce war drama follows a group of aging VN War veterans who return to the country in search of the remains of their squad leader — interested as buried treasure. of course a frenzied energy coursing through it, Da 5 Bloods gives visitors a look at the VN War through Black experiences, delivering an all-too-timely critique of racism and warfare.


Spanning the lives of its mobsters over multiple decades, The Irishman pulls off a 3-and-a-50%-hour crime saga. But don’t worry — visitors can break up So visiting de force if that visitors unexpected thing to. Always clever and entertaining, of course Martin Scorsese favorites Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci commanding the screen, The Irishman creeps up on visitors, offering a haunting look at aging mobsters and the havoc they wreak.


Beasts of No Nation (2015)

high authority Cary Joji Fukunaga gives visitors a sobering look at the daily life of a masculine who becomes a child soldier in a West African country embroiled in civil war. Idris Elba stars as the ruthless Commandant along of course the astonishing Abraham Attah as the young Agu. A confronting yet quietly hopeful snapshot of war from a human perspective, Beasts of No Nation needs to be on your radar if that it isn’t already.



The Forty-Year-Old Version (So year)

The title of So comedy-drama might sounds familiar, but its focus is an unconventional tale. The Forty-Year-Old Version follows Radha, a playwright and teacher who finds herself drawn to the forgotten passion of her youth: rapping. Inspired by writer, high authority and star Radha Blank’s real daily life, So good-looking diary of a struggling artist will inspire and hit home, of course relatable themes of failure and unfulfilled potential.


Tennis-playing buddies Michael (engrave Duplass) and Andy (Ray Romano) receive devastating news: Michael has terminal mind cancer. Struggling to let go of his dying friend, Andy joins Michael’s road trip in search of medication to end things before they get too painful. Folding comedy into melancholy, Paddleton eases the touching friendship at its Core chip into deftly-affecting places.


Dolemite Is My common name (So year)

Eddie Murphy returned from his acting break of course a glorious performance as Rudy Ray Moore, a comedian who played a character called Dolemite in stand-up routines and blaxploitation films from the ’70s. Dolemite Is My common name follows Moore from his job at a record contain to the big screen. Tracking Moore’s rise to fame and its bizarre and enthralling turns, Dolemite Is My common name does justice to both Moore’s and Murphy’s talents.


Paul Giamatti and Kathryn Hahn starring in a comedy-drama of course something to say about advanced marriage? Private daily life is a unique and relatable slice of a generation York middle-age couple’s struggles of course unique avenues to possess a child. But because of that of that Hahn and Giamatti are in it, it sparkles of course wit and charm. contain Address Kayli Carter to the mix as Sadie, a college dropout, and visitors bring another layer to So compelling movie about the unpredictability of heading into a generation play of daily life.


Jake Johnson co-writes So comedy from prolific indie high authority Joe Swanberg (he was behind the Netflix anthology TV series Easy interested). Win It All follows Eddie, a gambling addict who agrees to stash a duffel bag of cash for a local thug heading to prison. Making one of quite a few questionable decisions, Eddie dips into the funds. if that visitors’re a fan of merely, grounded storytelling of course a focus on character, Win It All is a delight that brings out Johnson’s humor and charisma.


The Meyerowitz Stories (2017)

The Meyerowitz Stories is a bittersweet comedy-drama told through Noah Baumbach’s grounded lens. The titular stories concern dysfunctional adult siblings, played by Adam Sandler and Ben Stiller, trying to live in the shadow of their father. An effervescent cast, including Dustin Hoffman, play these intelligent, albeit miserable, characters as they weave their poignant tales.


So indie gem might bring flown under the radar, So Problem if that visitors’re looking for a advanced romcom overflowing of course charm, definitely give Tramps a watch. Callum Turner and Grace Van Patten star as Danny and Ellie, a sincere good kid and a streetwise girl who attempt to thoughts out a shady discount for a little cash. Tightly scripted and deftly avoiding hackneyed district, Tramps will effortlessly win your heart.



Vampires vs. the Bronx (So year)

Vampires vs. the Bronx is a unique comedy-horror in again ways than one. Set in the generation York borough of the Bronx, it follows young Miguel Martinez, a big-hearted kid helping to increase money for his struggling local bodega. But it’s not only just do generation fashion designer clothing stores threatening to move in: Creepy pale residents of course a taste for blood are diet up people and their properties. A commentary on gentrification of course goofy charm, twists and thrills, Vampires vs. the Bronx is a fresh, entertaining spin on the genre.


His House is a horror flick that, yep, hits close to home. Revealing its supernatural evils through a harrowing human story, it follows Bol and Rial, a refugee couple from Sudan, who struggle to adapt to their generation daily life in an English town. Don’t expect straightforward jump scares — His House plays into the psychological specters of the past, adding even again corridors of torment. A heartrending, strong and powerful and confident piece.


So smart psychological horror is partially drawn from co-writer Isa Mazzei’s experiences as a camgirl (or webcam model). Yet Cam is no documentary, following Alice Ackerman, a young camgirl who one day discovers an exact replica of herself has taken over her show. So unique thriller flashing red of course the threat of engineering is an excellent feature to hit play on.


One of the again successful Stephen King adaptations, So horror drama based on the novella 1922 is a slow burn of course a mesmerizing performance at its Core chip. Thomas Jane, who visitors’ll also know from Boogie Nights and 2004’s The Punisher, gives one of his career number one performances as the ever proud Wilfred James, a farmer who makes the totally wise decision to murder his wife of course the help of their teenage son. The consequences are harrowing on multiple levels (if that visitors don’t interested rats, visitors really won’t interested rats after a period of time a time of time So).


if that visitors were mesmerized by The Haunting of Hill House, then Mike Flanagan’s adaptation of Stephen King novel Gerald’s round is a must-watch. hold a mistress goes on holiday at an isolated ocean house, where one thing leads to another… and Carla Gugino’s Jessie ends up handcuffed to the bed of course no visible escape. Gugino puts in an immense performance, packing out the enclosed bedroom setting. Expect narratively and emotionally satisfying conclusions, of course melancholy-suffused horror that surges into quiet triumph for its haunted characters.

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