In Netflix there are tons of movies available to stream. But people may confuse in choosing the right movie for them. At the end they choose a wrong movie which may spoil their mood. So, to solve that confusion we have created a list of Top 30 Best Netflix Movies which you can stream right now.
There are several award-winning, amazing, Best Netflix movies that you can stream on Netflix right now. Here’s our best choice 30 Best Netflix movies
HERE’S THE LIST OF TOP NETFLIX MOVIES TO WATCH RIGHT NOW.
1. THE IRISHMAN
Director: Martin Scorsese
Writer: Steven Zaillian
Starring: Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci
The Irishman is the newest criminal epic of legendary director Martin Scorsese, one of the most awaited acquisitions to the Netflix original series catalog to date! The Irishman stars Robert De Niro as Fran Sheeran, who became a mafia killer, based on a real story. The Irishman Frank partners for Russell Bufalino (Joe Pesci) with strong organized crime and eventually includes teamster leader Jimmy Hoffa (Al Pacino). CGI de-aging techniques are eye-catching, and allow these legendary actors to portray their roles in this new Scorsese victory over decades.
2. EX MACHINA
Director: Alex Garland
Writer: Alex garland
Starring: Domhnall Gleeson, Alicia Vikander, Oscar Isaac
Sci-fi suspense by Alex Garland is one of those movies you like to rewatch straight after the credits roll. Garland focuses on Elon Musk-esque Software CEO Nathan Bateman (Oscar Isaac) who is inviting an employee, Caleb Smith (Domhnall Gleeson), to perform a Turing Test on Ava (Alicia Vikander), a new AI that he has created. Watching Nathan, Caleb, and Ava exploit each other is mesmerizing, particularly when Caleb starts to know more about Nathan’s attempts to erase Ava’s memory and “upgrade” her after passing Caleb’s check.
3. MARRIAGE STORY
Director: Noah Baumbach
Writer: Noah Baumbach
Starring: Scarlett Johansson, Adam Driver, Laura Dern, Alan Alda, Ray Liotta, Julie Hagerty, Merritt Wever
The movie Marriage Story is going to wreck you. However, this is not only one of the best films of 2019, it’s the best film ever made by Noah Baumbach. The story describes the divorce process from separation to completion, with Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson playing the successful husband of the theater director.
Director: Alan Yang
Screenplay: Alan Yang
Starring: Tzi Ma, Hong Chi-Lee, Christine Ko, Hayden Szeto, James Saito, Michael Brook, Kunjue Li, Fiona fu
Pin-Jui is a free-spirited young Taiwanese factory worker in this moving flick, who makes the tough commitment to leave his homeland—and the woman he loves—behind to pursue better opportunities in the US. But years of monotonous work and an arranged unloving marriage leave an older Pin-Jui a shadow of his former self.
5. A GHOST STORY
Director: David Lowery
Writer: David Lowery
Starring: Casey Affleck, Rooney Mara, Kesha,
We’re going to tell right off the bat that A Ghost Story isn’t for everybody, but if you’re into the concept of an indie about the existentialism of life as conveyed by ghost story, it could be for you. This drama of 2017 sees Casey Affleck playing a man who expires but after a while returns to haunt his wife (Rooney Mara) and home. There’s no major special effects, it’s just Affleck wearing a blank sheet and sulking around. But the film’s architecture, and the excellent score, bring home the beauty of life and the sadness of loss.
6. DOLEMITE IS MY NAME
Director: Craig Brewer
Writer: Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski
Starring: Eddie Murphy
After a long absence on the small screen, Eddie Murphy debuted in an rare yet victorious way. In Dolemite is My Tag, Murphy plays Rudy Ray Moore, a washed-up singer who turned himself completely into the Dolemite hero of the ’70s blaxploitation, becoming a cults star in the process. One in a series in Netflix movies made in 2019 in an effort to get into the Oscars (successfully, though not with Dolemite), this is more controversial than the typical Eddie Murphy comedy and shows one of the world’s most famous comedians worthy of taking on one of the most complex, emotional, yet still funny roles ever.
7. THE PLATFORM
Director: Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia
Writer: David Desola Pedro Rivero
Starring: Iván Massagué, Zorion Eguileor, Antonia San Juan, Emilio Buale Coka, Alexandra Masangkay
The Spanish thriller, which received the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival People’s Choice Award, is an absolute must-watch. Set up in a potential dystopia, the prisoners are held in vertically lined cells where the only food available to the prisoners is the corpses of those above them. While there’s a lot of food to go around (we’re talking dishes that Marie Antionette would be proud of), inmates get spoiled, which means there was nothing close to nothing for people on the lower stage.
8. THE LUNCH BOX
Director: Ritesh Batra
Writer: Ritesh Batra
Starring: Irrfan Khan Nimrat Kaur Nawazuddin Siddiqui
“Only the wrong train often takes you to the right place.” An Indian woman in her cooking, who struggles with her dishonest and dying brother, wants love, affection and respect. By accident, she gives her husband the lunchbox through Mumbai’s popular delivery network at the wrong address and sparks a rare and unparalleled romance through messages loaded every day with lunch. A very sweet, refreshing and emotional picture.
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9. TO ALL THE BOYS: P.S I STILL LOVE YOU
Director: Susan Johnson
Writer: Sofia Alvarez, Jenny Han
Starring: Lana Condor, Noah Centineo, Janel Parrish, Anna Cathcart, Madeleine Arthur, Emilija Baranac, Israel Broussard and John Corbett.
We counted for For All The Boys I loved Before dropping down, the long-awaited sequel, and the day is finally here. Lara Jean (Lana Condor) and Peter (Noah Centineo) don’t claim to be two any more. That’s a new year. Your heart fuses as Lara Jean sails with Peter in her first real kiss and first true date of Valentine’s day, the official first trove of her. Yet this is high school, and the passion can never be and free. When John Ambrose, the recipient of one of Lara Jean’s old loved letters, comes back to her life and needs answers, the couple hit a serious hump. Lara Jean is facing her first serious dilemma, ripped through her love triangle — should she marry two boys all at the same?
10. STEP BROTHERS
Director: Adam McKay
Story writer: Will Ferrell Adam McKay John C. Reilly
Starring: Will Ferrell John C. Reilly Richard Jenkins Mary Steenburgen Adam Scott Kathryn Hahn
Brennan (Will Ferrell) and Dale (John C. Reilly) may well be grown people but they don’t avoid joining the entire battle of siblings as they join their single parents. Each middle-aged launch failure is happy to stay in your home and never work a day in your life but your parents are fed off now. You better get up, find a career, and enter the real world like 20 years ago before you end up on the pavement, whether you get an ultimatum to shape or get out. For this continuously funny, unique film about growing up are both Ferrell and Reilly. The invention of the Catalina Wine Mixer was also inspired, for which we can all be very grateful.
11. BEN IS BACK
Director: Peter Hedges
Writer: Peter Hedges
Starring: Julia Roberts, Lucas Hedges, and Courtney B. Vance.
You must look for the tissue in this moving family drama. The film tells the story of Ben (Lucas Hedges) from Rehab, where he is struggling with prescription drug abuse, who has returned to home earlier than planned. Although anxious to locate him he is wary and quickly hides his pills, his mother (played by Julia Roberts) lost all hope.
12. BAAHUBALI: THE BEGINNING
Director: S.S Rajamouli
Writer: K.V. Vijayendra prasad
Starring: Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Tamannaah, Anushka Shetty, Ramya Krishna,Sathyaraj, Nassar
The start chronicles the story of Shivudu, a surmounting explorer who escape from his provincial story by breaking a large waterfall into a skyscraper, helping and romancing a rebel revolutionary called Avanthika, then follows her together to rescue a captured princess from an evil dictator. Hyperchoreographed fight scenes and CG presentations (not to mention a handful of similarly courageous musical numbers)),
Director: José Padilha
Writer: Joshua Zetumer Edward Neumeier Michael Miner
Starring: Joel Kinnaman as the title character, with Gary Oldman, Michael Keaton, Samuel L. Jackson, Abbie Cornish and Jackie Earle Haley
Robocop goes back to an age where adventure blockbusters have not met the PG-13 mark, even in modern years. Sure, we like Deadpool today, but Robocop is totally Paul Verhoeven in a different class!
14. SPIDER- MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE
Director: Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey
Writer: Phil Lord
Starring: Phil Lord (screenplay by), Rodney Rothman
Since 2016, the live action film of Peter parker has swinged under the auspices of the MCU brand of Marvel Studios, but last year Sony did it beyond of these boundaries to create the Spiderman animated masterpiece, which was awarded by the Oscar. In the Spider verse with the voice of Shameik Moore as Miles Morales, an experiment directed by Kingpin is going really hard and tearing a hole in reality which enables the citizens of Spider from many different universes to fly to the world of Miles.
15. THE MATRIX
Director: Lana Wachowski
Writer: Sophia Stewart
Starring: Keanu Reeves, Laurenc Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss, Priyanka Chopra Jones
Some of the greatest trends in pop culture of the day, The Matrix from 1999 revealed the Wachowskis, sibling directors. The idea of the Matrix is very clever that after a devastating war between civilization and robots, the planet and everything in it really becomes a computer simulation driven by the very people living there. One day, the triste nature of the condition is woken up by Morpheus (laurence Fishburne) and Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss), members of the human resistance movements to reveal The Matrix to the general public, Thomas Anderson alias Neo (Keanu Reeves), a moderately controlled computer engineer by day and hacker at night.
16. UNCUT GEMS
Director: Josh Safdie Benny Safdie
Writer: Scott Rudin Eli Bush Sebastian Bear-McClard
Starring: Adam Sandler
Adam Sandler is playing Howie, a New York based Gem. Howie owes a lot of money to others and has an addiction to playing sports as well. Cue a film that will rip your emotions apart when you watch Sandler’s surprisingly good main character performance do it all wrong. You will see if you still are about to pump your blood.
17. GREEN ROOM
Director: Jeremy Saulnier
Writer: Jeremy Saulnier
Starring: Anton Yelchin Imogen Poots Alia Shawkat Joe Cole Callum Turner Patrick Stewart
The Green Room is the tensest 90 minutes ever made on film, starring Patrick Stewart as very frightening leader of a group of Neo-Nazis. As aspiring punk artists Anton Yelchin and Alia Shawkat are unwittingly watching a killing behind the scene in a skinhead bar. You should barricade yourself in the open space — and you can’t run. The film starts more slowly, then hits explosive blasts fast and rapidly. The creator Jeremy Saulnier tries to make the movie look as gritty as the green room.
18. A SERIOUS MAN
Director: Joel Coen Ethan Coen
Writer: Joel Coen Ethan Coen
Starring: Michael Stuhlbarg Richard Kind
The rabbis ends a long odd, seemingly meaningless story with these words leaving Larry Gopnik (Michael Stuhlbarg) shocked. “We cannot comprehend it all.” A Serious Man, one of Coen’s many masterpieces on Netflix, follows Larry as his world slowly collapses, the tsunami of wretchedness he can not comprehend. His wife leaves him to another man, an unknown critic endangers his college career, a classmate attempts to pay him for better grades and maybe even worse, no-one can explain to him why this happens.
19. I LOST MY BODY
Director: Jérémy Clapin
Language: French language
Starring: Hakim Faris, Victoire Du Bois
I Lost My Body, a dream-like nightmare film in French, follows a tearful hand seeking to return to her maker. The film also tells a tragic tale of loss and sorrow as this institution itself is appealing. The animation itself is great, but, so is the plot, which weaves flashbacks into his missing owner’s current ride. We can see scenes that have been seen in the distant past, not that long ago, and everyone asks the solution to a major question: how was the hand first separated? Yet as this mystery has come to light, the emotional core of the film carries on, as the narrative of the search for communication has grown.
20. MINORITY REPORT
Director: Steven Spielberg
Screenplay: Scott Frank Jon Cohen
Starring: Tom Cruise Colin Farrell Samantha Morton Max von Sydow
In 2002, the prolific director Steven Spielberg and A-List movie star Tom Cruise joined forces to create a sci-fi-thriller that proved popular both for critical critics and audiences and remains a worthy Netflix pick, based openly upon the story of author Philip K. Dick. Leader of a notorious “No Crime” law enforcement group that employs psychics to deter crime before the crime takes place, the cruise stars John Anderton. But Andertons are unable to do everything that is needed to justify his identity as he is trapped himself as a potential murderer.
21. PHANTOM THREAD
Director: Paul Thomas Anderson
Writer: Paul Thomas Anderson
Starring: Daniel Day-Lewis Lesley Manville Vicky Krieps
Paul Thomas Anderson is also one of Hollywood’s most popular directors. In the actor’s seemingly last outing, Phantom Thread re-teams the director with Daniel Day Lewis. What a way to get out of Lewis’s last on-screen appearance. He is playing the egotistic, children’s fashion model Reynolds Woodcock, for the wealthy individual who needs to be reigned in short. Take the Alma Elson Vicky Krieps.
22. THE TOWN
Director: Ben Affleck
Writer: Peter Craig
Starring: Ben Affleck, Rebecca Hall, Jon Hamm
A grim and shrill movie about Boston’s two finest lives. The movie portrays the impossible and painful decisions the leader has to make: lose his friends and move on living the only life the he has ever known; and maybe end up dead or face a test and burn one last car. The outstanding and talented cast gives excellent performance, the characters are all believable and have a reasonable reason to behave like they are. A big influence in this film is Jeremy Renner.
Director: Nadine Labaki
Writer: Georges Khabbaz, Nadine Labaki, Michelle Keserwany, Jihad Hojaily, Khaled Mouzana
Starring: Zain Al Rafeea Yordanos Shiferaw Boluwatife Bankole Nadine Labak
Capernaum is the greatest ever film in the Middle-East and the best film in all-time Arabic.
It’s about a 12-year-old kid in Lebanon who has abandoned his lazy parents and attempts to do things on his own on the streets. It’s a tale of crushing misery that a good-hearted and courageous child faces.
Director: Jonathan Demme
Writer: Ron Nyswaner
Starring: Buzz Kilman, Karen Finley, Joanne Woodward, Charles Napier, Ron Vawter, Antonio Banderas, Mary Steenburgen, Jason Robards, Denzel Washington, Tom Hanks
Tom Hanks was not yet known for once as one of Hollywood’s best dramatic stars. Instead, he has mostly been known for making comedies, such as Splash and Tall. While he had done some dramatic work earlier, it was 1993’s Philadelphia that really showed just how good Hanks was, earning his first Oscar. Directed by Jonathan Demme, Philadelphia stars Hanks as Andrew Beckett, a corporate lawyer and gay man who has been shot from his employer.
Director: Sergio Pablos, Carlos Martínez López (co-director)
Writer: Sergio Pablos
Starring: Jason Schwartzman, J.K. Simmons, Rashida Jones
The film counterpart of pouring a cup of hot cocoa is Klaus. Yeah, it’s a Christmas movie, but a universal message of compassion. The exuberant 2D animation makes the film so dry. Funny, but never crass, warm-hearted, but never too cheesy. I joined it expecting a typical Santa story, but was totally helpless by the gravity and honesty of the post. Good for children, but even though you don’t have kids to corral, the story resonates.
26. MOLLY’S GAME
Director: Aaron Sorkin
Writer: Aaron Sorkin
Starring: Jessica Chastain, Idris Elba, Kevin Costner, Michael Cera, Jeremy Strong, Chris O’Dowd, and Bill Camp
Look no further than Aaron Sorkins debut directorial Molly’s Game if you’re in the mood for a brilliant poker movie with a crackerjack script. On the basis of a true story, the movie stars Jessica Chastain as a woman who was prosecuted by the FBI amid the underground poker network that she led for Hollywood celebrities. While the script is not as similar as some of Sorkin’s other material, this film is highly amusing and Chastain performs well.
27. THE MASTER
Director: Paul Thomas Anderson’s
Writer: Paul Thomas Anderson’s
Starring: Joaquin Phoenix Philip Seymour Hoffman Amy Adams Laura Dern
When you want to get the latest, most aggressive show from Joaquin Phoenix, please give Joker a nice nod and continue on to The Master. While both Phoenix and his co-stars (Philip Seymour Hoffman and Amy Adams) are real film stars, under the hands of Paul Thomas Anderson, they vanish into a 1950s cultic world. Phoenix plays World War II soldier, with Hoffman becoming the enigmatic cultic figure who takes it under his wing, and is unable to adjust to the world.
28. NATIONAL TREASURE
Director: Jon Turteltaub
Writer: Jim Kouf Oren Aviv Charles Segars
Starring: Nicolas Cage, Diane Kruger, Justin Bartha, Sean Bean
He’s a national treasure. Nicolas Cage himself. Yet it’s a kids film in which Nicolas Cage plays a treasure seeker who steals the declaration of independence, in order to keep it out of the hands of Sean Bean, and it’s all total bonkeys. Cage’s role as BenJamin Franklin Gate is a bit more intense and focused on his oeuvre (it’s a Disney picture)
Director: Barry Jenkins
Writer: Tarell Alvin McCraney
Starring: Mahershala Ali, Naomie Harris, Trevante Rhodes
Directed by Barry Jenkins, Moonlight would be possibly mostly remembered – for better or worse – as the film which won Best Picture only after the La Land award was wrongly announced. Moonlight has always deserved the appreciation of the critics, and is definitely in the top of the film collection by Netflix. It covers three steps of the lives of Chiron Harris, a young black man who, through his homophobia and his mother with a drogue, attempts to find his way into the world and get to grips with his sexuality.
30. SPY KIDS
Director: Robert Rodriguez
Writer: Robert Rodriguez
Starring: Alexa PenaVega, Daryl Sabara, Antonio Banderas
Recall the sheer pleasure of watching Carmen Cortez placed in the microwave a bag of foil to becoming an eclectic McDonalds meal? Do you remember? That can be resurrected. The insane thrill that is Spy Kids will restore absolutely cunningly. The third video is on Netflix, but the second (with the classic line of “You do believe God resides in the heavens as he still exists in terror of what has been made here on Earth?”) can’t be seen anywhere. But that’s all right. Spy Kids are not logically constrained by “chronological order” or “continuity.”