So throw the popcorn in the microwave, kick your feet up, and relax with one of these incredible films.
These are seventy-five of the best movies streaming on Netflix right now, in no particular order.
A fantastic score, an incredible cold open, and an ending so chilling it'll stay with you for weeks make this a memorable experience, one not to be missed.
Made for just million, everything about this film—the acting, the direction, the cinematography, and the music—help to create an atmosphere that makes this film simultaneously unsettling and bone-chilling.
Nevermind all that—2008 was a lifetime ago, and plenty of the criticisms of that film at the time simply don't match up with what we expect from modern filmmaking ten years later.
This 2008 biographical film follows Harvey Milk, who was a major gay rights activist in California and the first openly gay person ever elected to hold office in that state.
, his first major critical and financial success, tells the story of Eddie Adams (Mark Wahlberg, in one of his best dramatic roles), who leaves his abusive mother behind for a life destined for stardom in the pornography industry.
With an incredible cast including Julianne Moore as Maggie, Burt Reynolds as Jack Horner, Don Cheadle as Buck Swope, John C.