Best Movies

  1. “Win It All’

Rotten Tomatoes score: 84%.

The relationship of Joe Swanberg, creator of the series ‘Easy,’ with the platform was consolidated through this comedy about a poor devil (Jake Johnson) who finds too much money in his hands. And then he has to get it back.

  1. “First Match”

Rotten Tomatoes score: 84%.

Another of the festive jewels Netflix strives to buy before anyone else. In this case, it is a drama (very SXSW) about a girl with very complicated daddy issues and her commitment to engaging in the Greco-Roman struggle.

  1. “The Land of Steady Habits”

Rotten Tomatoes score: 86%.

It is good to know that Director Nicole Holofcener did not lose the good habit of directing, always with an eye on the subtlety of performances, independent cinema for viewers who do not settle for anything.

  1. “Cargo”

Rotten Tomatoes score: 87%.

Australia and Martin Freeman inject new life into the zombie genre with a thumbnail of dry terror that knows how to dodge the commonplace and, in the end, has more in common with Cormac McCarthy than with George A. Romero.

  1. “Okja”

Rotten Tomatoes score: 87%.

One of the few Netflix movies ever set foot in Cannes, in case the veto that its director imposed on it a year ago is never lifted. His eccentricities are at the service of a powerful message on how to keep your ethics in a world that has lost it.

  1. “1922”

Rotten Tomatoes score: 88%.

One of the most intense long stories/short novels that Stephen King has signed in recent years has had a wonderful translation to the cinema, powered by a Thomas Jane who, after ‘the fog,’ must have been in the mood for more Kingian horror.

  1. “First They Killed My Father”

Rotten Tomatoes score: 88%.

For some reason, very few people know that Angelina Jolie’s best film as a director premiered on Netflix a couple of years ago. The testimony of activist Loung Un does not give for a playful film, but its shocking drama is worth it.

  1. “The Night Comes for Us”

Rotten Tomatoes score: 89%.

Hosts like real loaves in this Indonesian thriller orchestrated as a veritable ultraviolence festival that only the most showered in action cinema can bear. Seriously: if you don’t like to see extreme pain on screen, but something else on…

  1. “I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore”

Rotten Tomatoes score: 89%.

Two neighbors (Melanie Lynskey and Elijah Wood) get into trouble when their plan to get revenge on some Chung guys comes out worse than anyone could imagine. Black Humor and existential despair for a proposal that works like a shot.

  1. “Paddleton”

Rotten Tomatoes score: 89%.

You shouldn’t know too much about this balancing exercise between drama and comedy before you see it. We’ll just tell you that Mark Duplass and Ray Romano form, against all the odds, a couple full of chemistry on screen. It is not for everyone, but give it a try if yours are the rarities indies.

  1. “Gerald’s Game”

Rotten Tomatoes score: 90%.

More Stephen King, but this is everything but what you imagine. Before’ the Curse of Hill House,’ Mike Flanagan showed that he knew a couple of things about building disturbing images in this adaptation of an unadaptable novel.

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