NETFLIX is bursting at the seams with excellent movies of all genres.
We take you through all the best films to watch on the streaming service right now.
Here are our Top Ten films on Netflix
The Irishman (2019)
The film is centred on Frank (Robert DeNiro) who is a World War 2 veteran and a former hitman for the mob.
His time spent during the war in Italy made him a talented killer. To make ends meet, Frank utilises his skills to become a hitman for the mob.
Now in his old age, Frank reflects back on the moments and hits that defined his mob career.
Especially his role in the disappearance of his old friend Jimmy Hoffa (Al Pacino), a former president of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters that went missing in 1975, never to be seen again.
Marriage Story (2019)
Marriage Story follows Nicole (played by Scarlett Johansson) and Charlie Barber (Adam Driver) as they go through the motions of divorce.
The once-happy couple embark on separation proceedings after Charlie becomes a star director in a New York theatre, while his wife puts her acting career on hold to raise their son.
Ultimately, their relationship suffers as the two go down different paths, and lawyers – Laura and Ray – are called in to determine who claims sole custody of the boy.
Spenser Confidential (2020)
Disgraced former Boston police officer Spenser (Mark Wahlberg) is released from a five-year prison sentence for intervening in a domestic dispute and assaulting his captain John Boylan.
On the day of Spenser's release, Boylan and another officer are murdered.
Spenser teams up with his no-nonsense new roommate, Hawk, to investigate and take down the guilty parties.
From the director of Gravity and Children of Men, Alfonso Cuarón, Oscar winning Roma is the story of a housekeeper Cleo, as she and her family come up against social hierarchy and political turmoil in '70s Mexico.
This semi-autobiographical film is said to be inspired by Cuarón’s own upbringing, and has been widely acknowledged as one of the best films of 2018, winning two Golden Globes for Best Director and Best Foreign Language Film.
Try not to hide behind you sofa when you watch this chilling Stephen King movie.
The movie is about a best-selling novelist who is on his way home after completing his latest book when he has a car accident.
He is rescued by an obsessed fan, only to discover that he is her prisoner.
This movie depicts the dramatic and true story of the Dunkirk evacuations from a war torn beach and harbour in France, following the seemingly doomed plight of allied soldiers in World War II.
As the enemy forces close in, it seems the troops have nowhere to go, but help is at hand and a fierce battle ensues.
True Romance (1993)
Let's just say its violent, but its also very romantic.
The film is about a comic-book nerd and Elvis fanatic Clarence (Christian Slater) and a prostitute named Alabama (Patricia Arquette) who fall in love.
Clarence breaks the news to her pimp and ends up killing him.
He grabs a suitcase of cocaine on his way out thinking it is Alabama's clothing.
The two hit the road for California hoping to sell the cocaine, but the mob is soon after them.
To All the Boys I've Loved Before 2 (2020)
Lara Jean and Peter, now a couple, go on their first date and promise to never break each other's hearts.
While their love blossoms, Lara Jean gets a letter from John Ambrose McClaren, one of her previous crushes, in reply to the one that she wrote to him in sixth grade.
Will Lara Jean and Peter last the distance?
Young Victoria (2009)
The film portrays the early childhood, teen and the following turbulent years of a young princess who came to be known as Queen Victoria (Emily Blunt).
It also follows her enduring romance with Prince Albert and the heartbreak she suffers when he dies.
In 2074, when the mob wants to get rid of someone, the target is sent into the past.
There a hired gun awaits – someone like Joe (Jason Gordon-Levitt ) – who one day learns the mob wants to 'close the loop' by sending back Joe's future self for assassination.
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