Netflix: Top 10 Best Films in the Catalogue

This is our top 10 best movies from the Netflix catalogue! It is often wrongly assumed that the VOD service focuses mainly on series. As you’ll discover in the list below, the Netflix catalogue is also teeming with exciting feature films. Whether you’re into Action Movies romance comedies, or futuristic epics, Netflix has what you need.

Every month, the Netflix catalog is full of new features, so if you have other suggestions, feel free to share them with the community in the comments section. If movies are definitely not your thing, we suggest you take a look at our top 10 best series from the Netflix catalogue For the younger ones, we advise you to check out our top 10 of the best Netflix cartoons.

The list below is based not only on Netflix productions but on all the films in the catalogue. It should also be remembered that any film or series can disappear from the Netflix catalogue If you can’t find a title on the list, it has probably been deleted from the catalogue for copyright reasons. To access specific movie categories such as “war movies” or “drama”, we invite you to discover the list of secret codes to access Netflix’s hidden categories.

The Irishman

Frank Sheeran, a late career henchman (Robert De Niro), recalls the role he played in the demise of truckers’ union boss Jimmy Hoffa (Al Pacino) in 1975. Inspired by real facts, the story of the film spans some forty years and paints a dark and uncompromising portrait of the United States Powerful, complex and inspired, The Irishman stands out as one of Scorseses’ best films. Already cult.

The Laundromat: The Case of the Panama Papers

Two crooked lawyers (Gary Oldman and Antonio Banderas) make thousands of dollars by taking advantage of the flaws in the financial system. One day, a widow (Meryl Streep) discovers the existence of this incredibly complex insurance fraud. This black comedy with a well-cast cast recounts with inventiveness, humour and intelligence the Panama Papers scandal, which shook the political and financial world in 2016. Funny, original and intelligent, the feature film is well worth watching.

The King

In this historical film produced by Netflix, Timothée Chalamet plays Henry V, King of England in spite of himself. This rebel at heart has the difficult task of continuing the wireless war initiated by his father between his country and France, led by Louis (Robert Pattinson), one of the sons of King Charles VI of France. The feature film features new versions of William Shakespeare’s plays “Henry IV Part 1”, “Henry IV Part 2” and “Henry V”. As epic as it is tragic. To be seen.

The Highwaymen

In this slightly old school detective film, two retired policemen go after Bonnie and Clyde, the two famous bank robbers of the 1930s. To get justice, they’re gonna have to get their hands dirty. The film is especially noteworthy for its 4-star cast, composed of Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson, and its efficient direction.

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile

In this feature film by Netflix, Zac Efron, the former sweetheart of high school Musical, plays the Serial Killer Ted Bundy. The film follows the life of the killer and focuses on his relationship with his girlfriend, Elizabeth Kloepfer. Presented as a strange love story, Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile is as unsettling as it is chilling. 

The Dirt

Are you fans of Mötley Crüe, the cult hard rock band of the 80/90’s? You are then advised to watch The Dirt, the official autobiography produced by the four members of the band. Crazy, provocative and resolutely rock’n roll, the film retraces the band’s career, from their difficult beginnings to their success on stage and the personal setbacks of the musicians. Effective, the film shows a lot of originality. Icing on the cake: the appearance of Ozzy Osbourne, the Prince of Darkness.

SoS Ghosts

In this 80’s cult movie, Peter Venkman, Ray Stantz and Egon Spengler form the Ghostbusters, a team of ghost hunters. Soon, the comrades will face a demon from antiquity who is determined to invade New York. Funny, original and entertaining, footage has left a strong imprint on popular culture.

Interstellar

In this masterpiece by Christopher Nolan, a group of astronauts cross a space-time rift in the mad hope of discovering a habitable planet to save humanity. The Earth has indeed become inhospitable and arid. Lost in the heart of the galaxy, they will experience the effects of Time travel and get lost in another dimension… As complex as it is addictive, Interstellar is an impressive metaphysical film that will delight science fiction fans.

Bird Box

In an apocalyptic world, human beings are being decimated by strange creatures. Monsters are capable of killing at the slightest glance. To escape from their enemies, men blindfold themselves and live in complete darkness. The film follows the journey of Malorie Hayes (Sandra Bullock) and her two children to a survivor’s camp. An effective and surprising thriller. As a reminder, the footage inspired the Bird Box Challenge, which caused a sensation on social networks

The Dark Knight

Even if superhero movies aren’t your thing, you’ll love The Dark Knight. For fans, it’s simply the best Batman movie ever made. Signed Christopher Nolan (Memento, Insomnia, Inception,…), the film shines by its realism, its excellent script and its 4-star cast. The icing on the cake: the Oscar-winning performance of Heath Ledger as the Joker, Batman’s worst enemy.

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