50 Best Movies on Netflix

Netflix provides various entertainment programs, new, weather and movies to its subscribers. For viewers who are a huge movie-buff with a Netflix package and wondering which movie to watch next. We have come up with the list of 50 best movies that can be viewed on Netflix.Moonlight (2016): A remarkable movie by Barry Jenkins. With a terrific cinematic experience, this movie is told in three different sections wherein each of it focusses on various stages of a young black man.

Good Will Hunting (1997):

A very simple story directed by Gus Van Sant portraying the relationship of a professor and student.

Schindler’s List (1993):

A Steven Spielberg classic movie which portrays all the true events. It story revolves around the efforts of a German businessman wo helps to the Jews to avoid Nazi concentration camps.

The Matrix (1999):

An original science fiction movie with eye popping bullet scenes and hand to hand combat moves.

The Dark Knight (2008):

This movie was famously remembered for the amazing performance of Heath Ledger.

A Clockwork Orange (1971):

This movie is a remix of various aspects taken from the novel of Anthony Burgess.

About Time (2013):

It is one among those rare romantic comedy movies.  One of the best time travel movies that has been made ever.

No Country for Old Men (2007):

A multi-Oscar winning movie by the Coen brothers. It is a story of a drug deal gone wrong.

The Silence of the Lambs (1991):

One of the best horror thriller movie which is known for winning the Big Five Oscars.

Avengers Infinity War (2018):

With a super powerful cast list, this movie takes you through all the crazy thrills.

The Indiana Jones Trilogy (1981, 1984 & 2008):

It is fascinating and fun to watch out for all the Indiana Jones movies.

American Gangster (2007):

A genius masterpiece from Ridley Scott. This movie is based on true facts of an American Gangster.

Under the Skin (2013):

A nail-biting examination of sexual politics and the exposition of the bodies we currently living in.

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000):

A romantic adventure with the touch of martial arts.

The Graduate (1967):

A young graduate with no aim in life is seduced by his older neighbour.

The Fifth Element (1997):

A subtle story that revolves around the two main protagonists of the film.

Snowpiercer (2013):

It is a science fiction movie based on a French Novel Le Transperceneige.

War Horse (2011):

A Steven Spielberg movie which looks at the various horrors of war through a horse.

The Lobster (2015):

This is a black comedy movie directed by YorgosLanthimos.

Saving Mr Banks (2013):

A 5 times Oscar winning movie which is far better than the underlying story.

Roma (2018):

A genuine masterpiece from an Oscar winning filmmaker.

Hairspray (2007):

This is a delightful caricature to watch out for.

Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975):

One of the funniest movies in history. Film is based on myths and legends.

Private Life (2018):

It is a remarkable comedy drama about getting married and old.

Gosford Park (2001):

A classic British drama which portrays the relationship of master and servant along with a murder mystery.

Green Room (2015):

An American horror and thriller movie that would keep you on the edge of your seat.

The Aviator (2004):

Winner of 5 Oscar awards, this film goes into the depth of Hughe’s mind with sensitivity.

Incredibles (2018):

A Pixar Animation movie about a superhero family. It takes ahead from the where the last film ended.

Angels and Demons (2009):

This movie is based on Dan Brown’s book starring Tom Hanks as Robert Langdon.

Hercules (1997):

You do not need to be a kid to watch Hercules. An exceptional movie with depth.

Nocturama (2016):

The film indulges in replays and flashback moments from various perspectives.

Goosebumps (2015):

This a family friendly monster film with some really nice special effects to watch out for.

Mona Lisa Smile (2003):

Movie about an adventurous teacher wherein all the characters essay their role quite easily.

Wet Hot American Summer (2001):

A cult and hilarious film with an amazing star cast.

Brother’s Keeper (1992):

This story is about a farmer who is guilty of killing his own elder brother.

The Water Horse (2007):

A family movie with a fine told story that is set before the WWII.

Stuart Little (1999):

This movie is based on a small mouse and his new found human family.

The Terminator (1984):

A dark and somber movie starring Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Okja (2017):

This is an action adventure movie about a small girl trying to protect her best friend from being kidnapped.

The Final Destination (2009):

Death seems to be cool in this movie. The same old formula about future death visions.

The Babysitter (2017):

This is an American horror comedy movie about a love with babysitter going all wrong.

The Siege of Jadotville (2016):

An historical drama war movie with some great performances to watch out for.

Dumb and Dumber (1994):

This movie would surely vaunt stupidity above everything.

The Do Over (2016):

An action comedy movie wherein two people fake their own identity for a better life but find themselves in deep trouble.

Naked (2017):

A comedy film that is a remake of Naken which is a Swedish movie.

Apostle (2018):

A period thriller movie based on a mysterious man who goes all out to save his sister from a religious cult.

SandCastle (2017):

An American war period film about a young rifleman.

Death Note (2017):

A horror thriller movie based on various series that occur on the same night.

The Perfect Date (2019):

An American comedy movie based on the novel written by Steve Bloom.

The Highwaymen (2019):

A crime related film that is based on two partners who are on a mission to track down the notorious criminals.