Netfilx, a member of the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) was initiated in the year 1997. But since 2012, Netflix started streaming both film and television series through its online library.
Netflix offers original content for monthly subscription. You can enjoy the movies by downloading them. Here are top 10 movies to watch on Netflix:
La La Land
It’s an American romantic musical film, where Ryan Gosling as a jazz pianist and Emma Stone as an aspiring actress, who meet and fall in love in Los Angeles while pursuing their dreams. The film has won 6 Oscar awards and is highly recommended to watch.
Full Metal Jacket
Stanley Kubrick’s penultimate film is a frightening, explicit and brutal Vietnam War drama. However, not at all like the rainforest hatreds of Apocalypse Now or Platoon, Kubrick’s film starts with a long preparing camp grouping in America before moving to a bombarded out Vietnamese city. While its message is basic – innocent youthful Americans are instructed to be machine-like killers – its strategy is remarkable.
The best Netflix original movie till date, this creepy dystopian spine chiller pursues Sandra Bullock as she shields her eyes from an inconspicuous fear.
Fashion designer Tom Ford’s is a standout among the most severe and insightful nerve-clattering thrillers of the previous couple of years. Inspired by Austin Wright’s 1993 novel Tony and Susan, it is adequately two movies in one, as exhausted art gallery owner Susan (Amy Adams) takes delivery of the début novel – additionally called Nocturnal Animals – by her ex, Edward (Jake Gyllenhaal). As Susan peruses, Ford brings us into her brain, envisioning Edward as the story’s saint: an easygoing, academic spouse who is constrained into the job of avenging vigilante after his wife and daughter gets kidnapped.
Dallas Buyers Club
Matthew McConaughey’s difficult transformation into AIDS sufferer and illicit medications dealer Ron Woodruff won him an Oscar in 2014. Jared Leto’s execution is apparently much more tortuously engaging.
Zero Dark Thirty
The chase for Osama Bin Laden is inventoried in forensic detail in this tedious yet all around paced thriller from the creators of the Oscar-winning The Hurt Locker.
Joel and Ethan Coen composed and coordinated this black crime comedy about a pregnant Minnesota police boss (Frances McDormand) exploring roadside crimes, for which McDormand won Best Actress at the 69th Academy Awards.
It apparently merited a film discharge, yet this splendid science fiction featuring Natalie Portman rather arrived directly to Netflix in the UK. Bold storytelling and entrancing cinematography.
Brad Pitt and Shia LeBoeuf and a little team of American soldiers battle off a huge onrushing armed force from inside a tank in the end days of WWII.
The Wolf of Wall Street
Leonardo DiCaprio as a Jordan Belfort, a Wall Street conman-turned-open speaker puts in a magnificent performance in this three-hour-long epic from Martin Scorsese.
So, go subscribe and watch the original content on Netflix.