Netflix Movies To Watch Before It's Too Late

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, August 21, 2019
  • It can be tough to figure out what to stream next in Netflix's vast library, but don't worry. From incredible underrated gems to timeless favorites that you haven't thought about in years, we've rounded up the best movies on Netflix right now.

    After The Amazing Spider-Man 2 effectively killed a franchise as we knew it, it came as a bit of a shock when Sony Pictures announced that they'd be moving forward with their own new Spider-Man project after agreeing sharing the web-slinger with Marvel Studios. That task seemed all the more daunting when Spider-Man: Homecoming arrived like the John Hughes Spider-flick we didn't know we needed.

    Then came Sony's animated Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, which proved that the movie multi-verse was big enough for more than one Spider-Man not to mention a Spider-Gwen, a Spider-Ham, and a giant anime robot from the future. Into the Spider-Verse breathed a welcome life into both the rapidly tiring superhero genre and the stagnating medium of feature animation.

    That life arrived via Miles Morales, who seeks to replace the recently deceased Spider-Man of his world, only to discover that there are several Spider-Folk spread across multiple dimensions, and that a singular threat is about to disrupt each of their realities. The story, chock full of equal parts drama, comedy, and heartfelt soul, unfolds in an electrifying visual style designed to literally bring comic book pages to life. That hearty combination of style and substance makes Into the Spider-Verse unlike any other superhero flick out there.

    It's easy to forget, but prior to 2005's Batman Begins, there wasn't a ton of support behind making a new Batman flick. That had a lot to do with the sour taste Joel Schumacher's shamelessly indulgent camp-fest Batman and Robin left in the mouths of Bat-fans the world over. So when a then-relatively-unknown Christopher Nolan signed up to bring the Dark Knight's big screen saga back to its former glory, it definitely raised a few eyebrows.

    When Batman Begins finally hit theaters in the summer of '05, those eyebrows went from warily raised to wide-eyed with glee almost overnight. Rather than the neon-drenched visuals and over-the-top puns, this was the Batman film so many fans had been waiting for a gritty, action-packed character drama about a troubled young man embracing his inner heart of darkness in the wake of witnessing his parent's demise. Keep watching the video to see more Netflix movies to watch before it's too late!

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    Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse | 0:13
    Batman Begins | 1:14
    Scott Pilgrim vs. The World | 2:34
    The Autopsy of Jane Doe | 3:24
    Cloud Atlas | 4:28
    Cloverfield | 5:50
    Snowpiercer | 6:56
    Gremlins | 7:57
    Miami Vice | 8:53
    Snatch | 9:53
    Winter's Bone | 11:24
    Her | 12:32
    The Ballad of Buster Scruggs | 13:24
    Quiz Show | 14:41
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  • glasgow john

    glasgow john

     6 days ago

    get cloud atlas watched, a fantastic movie that will be looked upon as a classic in years to come

  • Jeffrey P

    Jeffrey P

     7 days ago

    "Gizmo kaka!"

  • Firefox Oblivion

    Firefox Oblivion

     7 days ago

    For those not in the US, check out Flick Connection channel. The dude there touts a vpn that allows international viewing.

  • Mark Millard

    Mark Millard

     1 months ago

    !? 6 Underground Is One Of The Movie's This Year !?

  • Craig Sentz

    Craig Sentz

     1 months ago +1

    INto the spiderverse is way overrated, It wasnt that good..

  • The Huntsman

    The Huntsman

     2 months ago +2

    Netflix the Betamax of movie streaming. soon to be discontinued.

  • Bishwa Rai

    Bishwa Rai

     2 months ago

    snow pierce tops in this list

  • Mick Psyphon

    Mick Psyphon

     2 months ago

    Cloverfield "surpassed expectations"!??!?! WTF??? What colour is the sky in your plane of existence?

    Cloverfield was shite! If your expectations were that it wouldn't break even, then yes... it surpassed that. It doesn't mean that it wasn't a pile of crap.

    Almost everyone who saw it was sorely disappointed. Horrible storyline. Tepid acting. Ridiculous concept for the monster and it's origin. It was probably written by a 3 year old.

  • Josh Moracha

    Josh Moracha

     2 months ago +3

    When is too late? I ask

  • Jesse Mendez

    Jesse Mendez

     2 months ago

    What an annoying voice. I couldn''t sit though more than half of his creepy voice

  • Sam S

    Sam S

     2 months ago

    Into the Spider Verse is a one-off movie done by Phil Lord and his partner in crime, Christopher Miller. Both Dartmouth grads, they have been writing successfully for a while now including previously Cloudy with a Chance for Meatballs and The Lego Movie. Sony needs them to succeed which is now why they have a 5 year deal to work with them on the Marvel Universe.

  • Peter Beston

    Peter Beston

     2 months ago

    I haven't checked all but I think only Snatch and Snowpiercer are in UK region

  • joe v

    joe v

     2 months ago

    The new Politically Correct Spider Man sucks! Its not Spider Man! They changed the script so far its unrecognisable. And that "DARK" animated Spider Man doesn't even count.

  • Unca Boat

    Unca Boat

     2 months ago

    Ballad of Buster Scruggs is Netflix's paraphrasing of Mark Twain's definition of a "Classic - a book which people praise and don't read.”
    It seems just about every critic on the planet loved Buster Scruggs, as did many in the audience, although the difference is significant (91% vs. 77% on Rotten Tomatoes). I found it entertaining in a few short spots but off-putting and downright depressing in most of the rest. Definitely not the escapism most people want in a movie, that it seemed to almost start to deliver -- then snatch out from under you right before satisfying.
    All in all, it is definitely one film I personally would not put on this list.

  • Onyx Rose

    Onyx Rose

     2 months ago

    don't watch clover field if you are sensitive to visual stimuli. I still remember leaving the theater with a headache and I'm not even sensitive.

  • Paul Curran

    Paul Curran

     2 months ago

    Babies taste best!

  • James Hughes

    James Hughes

     2 months ago

    All the Cloverfield movies are related.... What kind of film reviewer are you?

  • Jason Umbrellabird

    Jason Umbrellabird

     2 months ago

    Winter's Bone is great. Daniel Woodrell's books also.

  • Fabian Wood

    Fabian Wood

     2 months ago +5

    I've watched cloud atlas, I had to watch it twice to follow fully but it's a bloody good film



     2 months ago

    What a bunch of crap. Maybe gremlins 😆