Top Movies At Your Fingertips

What are you watching?

Are you constantly searching through Netflix desperately trying finding something to watch and resort to reruns of the same shows? Well, you might be missing out on award winning movies.

Here are some of the best movies on Netflix, according to Digital Trends.

The 2007 film Gone Baby Gone, directed by Ben Affleck, is a drama you shouldn’t miss. A pair of private investigators are on the hunt for a missing child in Boston and soon find the child’s disappearance could be the work of the mother of another missing girl.

Looking for serious drama? The 1972 classic, The Godfather is currently trending. Big crime in New York, mafia ties and family feuds will keep you on the edge of your seat.

If comedy is more your style, there is nothing like a good dose of British humor. The 1975 hit Monty Python and the Holy Grail is absurd and will keep you laughing with the story of a group of knights faced with oddly funny challenges as they hunt for the holy grail.

Burn After Reading is an anti-spy comedy about a former CIA analyst who loses a CD-ROM with highly classified government recordings and his mission to find it to write his upcoming memoir.

Don’t think action and adventure movies can have legs? Black Panther, a Marvel movie about a superhero who faces a family power struggle amidst the chaos of hunting an arms dealer in Africa not only won Best Motion Picture of the Year. It also won awards for its costumes and music.

Another top action flick is Doctor Strange. This adaption of the comic is about a highly skilled surgeon who is unable to practice after suffering severe nerve damage in his hands due to an accident. He travels to a mysterious enclave with hopes of healing his hands, but instead learns the secrets of mysticism and alternate dimensions and uses them to help save the world

With over 10,000 titles available on Netflix and so many blockbusters and award winners to choose from, it can be daunting to decide what to watch. Armed with this list of top movies from Digital Trends, you have a place to start.

So, the question isn’t, “What should I watch?” but instead, “What shouldn’t I watch?”

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