Looking for something new to watch? Per usual, Netflix has you covered. Every month, the streamer releases a new selection of films for your viewing pleasure, and there are truly endless options—from hilarious
comedies, to original films, to Oscar-winning pictures. So, how do you know what to choose? Well, you might call on a friend. That’s the role we’re hoping to play here. Not to make it awkward, but let us be your friend. Let us sift through the madness and give you a glimpse into the best of the best. The films that are going to keep you culturally sound.
You have Chadwick Boseman’s Golden Globe-winning (and Oscar-nominated) final performance in Ma Rainey‘s Black Bottom. Aaron Sorkin’s Trial of the Chicago 7, and then some newbies like the Ashton Kutcher-led Your Place or Mine, or the groundbreaking documentary, I Am Vanessa Guillen. Plus, if you really need to space out for a couple hours, Fear Street is the perfect horror trilogy that will keep you planted on the couch from start to finish.
We perused Netflix for the best films on the platform—and now, the choice is yours.