What are the Best Netflix Movies?

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Netflix is famous because it offers a wide variety of shows and movies to choose from at best possible format.

For anyone outside the US, there is much more they are missing. And it is quite silly that anyone in the US will get more content for no extra charge than all of the other regions combined.

The American superiority complex is shining brighter day by day. The copyrights are getting worse as time passes, instead of getting looser as they should.

Many of these movies that are not available to us are not new in any sense of the word. Some are classics, but most of them are your normal movies that you would watch to pass the time, and even those are not available here.

If you’re anything like me, then you’ve sat on your couch all cozy and ready for some good movies to watch on Netflix with your significant other, and then find out what you were looking for isn’t available in your region.

The US Netflix library was the white whale for me, that is until I found a way to access it.
Without further ado, let’s get to the:

Best and most popular movies currently available on Netflix.

1. E.T

E.T

It was the first Steven Spielberg movie for me, and I fell in love with his work after that. It is a classic movie on which an entire generation grew up, and I hear there is a remake coming soon as well.

2. Ocean’s Twelve

oceans twelve

Although I’m not sure, I think it was the first movie with a cast filled with so many AAA Hollywood actors. It is funny, serious, complex and simple all at the same time. It had that “something” that made the movie fun to watch over and over again.

3. Zootopia

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This one caught me by surprise. I had seen its trailers here and there, but never really paid much attention to it. To me personally, movies like these are a dime a dozen, and after the original classics, most of the modern Disney movies didn’t catch my eye. But I am glad to say; I was completely wrong about it. Maybe because I wasn’t expecting much going, but I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it.

4. Pirates of the Caribbean

Pirates of the Caribbean

The Curse of the Black Pearl: I don’t think I ever met anyone that doesn’t like pirates. Perhaps it is the idea of sailing out in the open seas, living however you choose with no rules, exploring the immense waters, but this movie is my personal favorite as well. Glad to see people didn’t outgrow it and it is still in the most watch list in Netflix.

5. Big Trouble in Little China

Big Trouble in Little China

It is a mash-up of several genres and is one of the goofiest movies I have ever seen, and that’s not a bad thing at all. Good value movie.

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