New on Netflix — 9 new movies and shows to watch in November 2023

Selling Sunset, The Crown and a new type of Squid Game arrive on Netflix this month

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If you’re looking for new shows and movies to watch on Netflix this month, then we’ve got exactly what you need because we’re rounding up all the new movies and shows that are set to arrive on the popular streaming service in November 2023. 

Fan favorites like Selling Sunset, The Crown and Virgin River are all set to return in November, and those are just the start of an excellent lineup. 

This month also sees the latest thriller from the acclaimed director David Fincher sulk its way on Netflix. The Killer features Michael Fassbender in the lead role, which looks like a dream combo. Plus, Scott Pilgrim Takes Off reunites the cast of the cult classic movie for a new animated spin on the source material. Oh and Squid Game has been turned into a reality TV show in the form of Squid Game: The Challenge, which sees contests compete in (not-so) deadly games for the chance to win the largest cash prize ever in a game show. 

There are plenty of new movies and shows to add to your Netflix watchlist in the weeks ahead, so let’s dive into our top picks. And we’ll also give you a rundown of what’s leaving the service this month so you don’t miss your last chance to watch some old favorites. 

New on Netflix: November 2023: Top Picks

All the light we cannot see .

Based on the international best-selling novel by Anthony Doerr, All the Light We Cannot See is a sweeping drama set during World War II. It centers on two characters: Marie-Laure (Aria Mia Loberti) and Werner (Louis Hofmann). Marie-Laure is a blind French girl who takes shelter at her uncle’s house in Saint-Malo after Paris is invaded by German forces, and Werner is a highly intelligent but naive German boy with a talent for repairing radios. In ordinary circumstances, these two people would never meet, but the brutal conflict sees their paths collide in ways that are surprising and heartbreaking. Set across four episodes, All the Light We Cannot See will be a must-watch for readers of Doerr’s acclaimed novel.  

Premieres Nov. 2 on  Netflix .

Selling Sunset Season 7

You might think that after so many years of non-stop drama, real estate agents of The Oppenheim Group might have finally found a way to work in harmony. But you’d be wrong. As the trailer for Selling Sunset Season 7 displays, the O Group is about to weather another storm of office politics, constantly shifting alliances and a housing market that has never been more cutthroat. This time the stakes are even higher as the agents compete for a jaw-dropping new listing and some old friendships are tested. As series regular Chrishell Stause declares “The gloves are coming off” this season, so expect explosive arguments, heated encounters and some shocking revelations. And in between all the drama, they might even sell some houses. 

Premieres Nov. 3 on  Netflix .

Sylvester Stallone has always been an underdog. Growing up his love of cinema was a way to escape his difficult childhood, and even as he got older he never lost his scrappy spirit. He’s spent the last 50 years entertaining legions of fans through his beloved characters and legendary Hollywood franchise, from Rocky to Rambo. Even when facing countless knockbacks, Sly has always pushed forward and this documentary tells the behind-the-scenes story of his journey and how it's reflected in the characters he’s brought to the big screen. This retrospective doc offers unmatched insight into Sly’s life and career with input from the main himself and the people who know him best. A true must-watch for anybody with a fondness for 80s action stars, or a desire to see the underdog succeed.  

Premieres Nov. 3 on Netflix .

David Fincher, the critically acclaimed auteur behind the likes of Seven, Fight Club and Gone Girl, returns to the thriller genre in The Killer. This new Netflix Original has generated plenty of buzz already and sees Michael Fassbender step into the eponymous role as an emotionless assassin. The methodical hitman is thrown into an international manhunt after a job gone wrong, and forced to battle his employers, he must grapple with his own inner demons in an increasingly complex mission that he insists isn’t personal. With Fincher behind the camera expect a slick and stylish thriller that will keep you hooked until the very end. Plus, with Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross on the music, it’ll sound as good as it looks.   

Premieres Nov. 10 on Netflix .

The Crown Season 6 Part 1 

It’s the beginning of the end for The Crown this month as the hugely popular drama kicks off the first part of its sixth and final season. Four episodes will premiere on Thursday, Nov. 16 and these will follow Princess Diana (Elizabeth Debicki) in the final weeks of her life leading up to her death in August 1997. As her relationship with Dodi Fayed (Khalid Abdalla) develops, the paparazzi's interest in the so-called “people’s princess” only intensifies. The infamous Paris car crash shocked the world, and there’s been much speculation as to how The Crown’s creator Peter Morgan will balance being respectful to the real-life tragedy while also wringing as much drama as possible from the events. We’ll shortly have an answer.  

Premieres Nov. 16 on Netflix .

Best. Christmas. Ever! 

Charlotte (Heather Graham) and Jackie (Brandy Norwood) are former childhood friends, but now only stay in contact via a boastful holiday newsletter that Jackie sends every year to a dissatisfied Charlotte. After fate brings the two back together, and forces them to spend the festive season together, Charlotte becomes obsessed with proving that her friend’s life is not as perfect as she portrays. With her reluctant husband (Jason Biggs) in tow, Charlotte’s mission threatens to derail everybody's Christmas with predictably comedic results. This glossy holiday movie should be a treat for the whole family this Christmas.  

Scott Pilgrim Takes Off

2010’s Scott Pilgrim vs, the World was a box office disappointment, but over the last decade, it’s developed a cult following and has stuck around in the pop culture lexicon. While a proper sequel is highly unlikely, this month Netflix are offering up the next best thing: An animated series with pretty much the entire cast reprising their roles. That means Michael Cera is back as Scott Pilgrim while Mary Elizabeth Winstead returns as Ramona Flowers. Other notable returning voices include Anna Kendrick, Chris Evans, Kieran Culkin and Brie Larson. The limited series will span eight episodes and original graphic novel author Bryan Lee O’Malley is acting as showrunner. Plus, movie director Edgar Wright is on board as a producer. For Scott Pilgrim fans this is pretty much a dream come true; let’s hope it lives up to the hype.

Premieres Nov. 17 on Netflix . 

Squid Game: The Challenge

While the wait for new Squid Game season 2 details continues, Netflix is offering up Squid Game: The Challenge in the interim. This gameshow spin on the juggernaut South Korean drama, sees contests compete in recreations of the deadly schoolground games from the original series. Of course, eliminated participants won’t be executed here, but don’t think the stakes won’t still be pretty high. 456 players will be competing to win $4.56m, which is the largest single cash prize in reality TV history. While this goofy gameshow probably isn’t going to fully satisfy those desperate for the next installment of the Squid Game universe, it does look pretty darn entertaining. Just be sure to note that episodes of Squid Game: The Challenge will be released weekly rather than the entire season dropping all at once.

Premieres Nov. 22 on Netflix .   

Virgin River Season 5 Part 2 

Virgin River wraps up its fifth season this month and after the revelations in the finale of the Season 5 Part 1 finale, it’s fair to say that longtime viewers are desperate to find out who Mel and Joey’s mom has been receiving love letters from, and if we’ll finally learn the identity of Mel’s biological dad (perhaps the two mystery figures are one and the same?). It’s also been confirmed that Virgin River Season 5 Part 2 will include two holiday-themed episodes, so it’s set to be the perfect watch now that the evenings are getting a little longer and the festive season is almost upon us. Of course, it's been announced that Virgin River will also get at least one more season so don’t expect all the unanswered questions to be resolved in these new episodes. 

Premieres Nov. 30 on Netflix .   

Everything new on Netflix in November 2023

Hurricane Season (MX) (Netflix Film) When a group of kids finds a corpse floating in a canal, the brutal reality behind the perverse crime unravels a town's hidden secrets.

Locked In (UK) (Netflix Film) A kindly nurse tries to unlock the secrets of a coma patient's injuries — and discovers the bitter rivalry, infidelity, betrayal and murder behind them.

Mysteries of the Faith (Netflix Documentary) Mysteries of the Faith is a sweeping docuseries exploring the secrets of Christianity’s most legendary artifacts. From the Veil of the Veronica to the Holy Nails, these cherished objects have mystified and inspired millions for centuries, but only a few have seen them up close and personal. Until now.

Nuovo Olimpo (IT) (Netflix Film) In 1970s Rome, a casual encounter between Enea and Pietro at a movie theater turns into an unforgettable romance — until destiny pulls them apart.

Till Murder Do Us Part: Soering vs. Haysom (DE) (Netflix Documentary) Did Jens Soering murder his girlfriend's parents in 1985 — or was she the killer? This docuseries digs into questions that still swirl around the case.

Wingwomen (FR) (Netflix Film) Tired of life on the run, a pro thief decides to retire — but not before one easy last job with her partner in crime and a feisty new getaway driver.

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  • The Addams Family
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  • Drag Me to Hell 
  • Love in the Wild: Season 1
  • Madea's Family Reunion
  • The Mummy (2017)
  • Paul Blart: Mall Cop 
  • Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 
  • Pitch Perfect 
  • The Scorpion King
  • Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
  • Sherlock Gnomes
  • Six Feet Under: Seasons 1-5
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  • Victorious: Season 3

All the Light We Cannot See (Netflix Series) In the final days of WWII, the paths of a blind French girl and a German soldier collide in a story of the extraordinary power of human connection. Directed by Shawn Levy and based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Anthony Doerr.

Cigarette Girl (ID) (Netflix Series) A gifted artisan's journey of love and self-discovery unfolds as she defies tradition within Indonesia's clove cigarette industry in the 1960s.

Higuita: The Way of the Scorpion (CO) (Netflix Documentary) From poverty to soccer legend, this documentary captures the rise of Colombia's René Higuita, his revolutionary career and the birth of "The Scorpion."

Onimusha (JP) (Netflix Anime) With a demonic weapon in hand, a wandering swordsman-for-hire and a samurai brotherhood take on an uprising of the undead.

Unicorn Academy (CA) (Netflix Family) When a dark force threatens to destroy Unicorn Island, a brave teen and her five schoolmates must rise up to protect their beloved magical academy.

BLUE EYE SAMURAI (Netflix Animation) A mixed-race master of the sword who lives a life in disguise seeking the deliverance of revenge in Edo-period Japan.

Daily Dose of Sunshine (KR) (Netflix Series) A kind-hearted nurse working in psychiatry goes above and beyond to be a ray of light for those under her care, despite the challenges coming her way.

Erin & Aaron: Season 1

Ferry: The Series (BE) (Netflix Series) Desperate for funds, Ferry Bouman stumbles upon a golden opportunity when a high-profile bust leaves a vacant position among Brabant's top dealers.

NYAD (Netflix Film) NYAD tells the remarkable true story of athlete Diana Nyad who, at the age of 60 and with the help of her best friend and coach, commits to achieving her life-long dream: a 110-mile open ocean swim from Cuba to Florida.

Selling Sunset: Season 7 (Netflix Series) Set in the world of LA’s high-end real estate, Selling Sunset follows the city's most successful female realtors who all work under the same roof at The Oppenheim Group, the #1 agency in the Hollywood Hills and the Sunset Strip. They work hard and play harder, as they compete with the cutthroat LA market... and each other.

Sly (Netflix Documentary) His love of film began as an escape from a rocky childhood. From underdog to Hollywood legend, Sylvester Stallone tells his story in this documentary.

The Tailor: Season 3 (TR) (Netflix Series) Peyami's feelings for Esvet intensify, forcing him to make the difficult choice between their love and his lifelong friendship with Dimitri.

Vacaciones de verano (ES) (Netflix Film) When two friends lose their jobs and find gigs as children's entertainers at a luxury hotel, they sneak in their kids to give them a summer vacation.

  The Amazing Race: Season 17

The Amazing Race: Season 31

Insidious: The Red Door

Lopez vs. Lopez: Season 1

Face Off: Seasons 4-5

The Improv: 60 and Still Standing (Netflix Comedy) The Improv turns 60 with original performances from today's most celebrated artists and biggest concert acts, along with exclusive and rarely seen moments from one of the largest comedy archives. It's a one-night event to honor artists who defined comedy and culture for decades... all while standing in front of a simple brick wall. 

The Billionaire, the Butler and the Boyfriend (FR) (Netflix Documentary) How did a conflict between the world's wealthiest woman and her daughter spiral into national scandal? This riveting docuseries tells the whole story.

The Claus Family 3 (BE) (Netflix Film) When the delivery of presents goes wrong and Grandpa Noël gets in trouble, siblings Jules and Noor must work together to save Christmas. Can they do it?

Cyberbunker: The Criminal Underworld (DE) (Netflix Documentary) This documentary reveals how a group of hackers powered the darkest corners of the internet from a Cold War-era bunker in a quiet German tourist town.

Escaping Twin Flames (Netflix Documentary) From the Emmy-nominated filmmaking team behind Seduced: Inside the NXIVM Cult, comes Escaping Twin Flames, a three-part documentary series that pulls back the veil on Twin Flames Universe, a controversial online community that preys on people looking for love. 

Robbie Williams (UK) (Netflix Documentary) After 25 years of his record-breaking solo career, Robbie looks back on his younger self and reflects on a lifetime spent in the spotlight.

Akuma Kun (JP) (Netflix Anime) Akuma Kun, a boy raised by a demon, works with his half-human partner Mephisto III as paranormal investigators to solve various murder and mysteries.

Temple of Film: 100 Years of the Egyptian Theatre (Netflix Documentary) Guillermo del Toro, Rian Johnson and other film luminaries look back at LA's historic Egyptian Theatre as it returns to its former movie palace glory.


At the Moment (TW) (Netflix Series) This anthology series set during the pandemic follows 10 unique love stories of passion and heartache.

The Killer (Netflix Film) After a fateful near miss, an assassin battles his employers — and himself — on an international hunt for retribution he insists isn't personal.

Team Ninja Warrior: Season 2


Laguna Beach: Season 3  


Criminal Code (BZ) (Netflix Series) To crack the code of an investigation into a larger-than-life robbery, federal agents need to get creative.

How to Become a Mob Boss (Netflix Documentary) Narrator Peter Dinklage guides you through this darkly satirical how-to guide that explores the rise and fall of history's most notorious mob bosses - from Al Capone to Pablo Escobar - and their tactics for success.

The Netflix Cup: Swing to Survive (Netflix Live Event) This fall, in a clash of wheels and irons, stars of two Netflix sports series will face off in The Netflix Cup, Netflix’s first-ever live sports event featuring athletes from Formula 1: Drive to Survive and Full Swing. The Netflix Cup is set to stream live on Netflix beginning at 3p.m. PT / 6p.m. ET on Tuesday, November 14th. 

Suburræterna (IT) (Netflix Series) While chaos rules over Rome, established alliances are at risk as tensions rise with emerging clans. The world of "Suburra" takes a new turn.


Feedback (PL) (Netflix Series) A former rock star with a faulty memory and a family in shambles, all due to his addiction problem, sets off on a frantic search to find his missing son.

First Wives Club: Seasons 1-3

Matt Rife: Natural Selection (Netflix Comedy) A new stand-up special from comedian Matt Rife.

Million Dollar Decorators: Season 1


Best. Christmas. Ever! (Netflix Film) After a twist of fate brings their families together for Christmas, Charlotte sets out to prove her old friend Jackie's life is too good to be true.

The Crown: Season 6 Part 1 (UK) (Netflix Series) Queen Elizabeth II reflects on her legacy and lineage as Diana dazzles the public in the final weeks of her life and the monarchy faces a reckoning.

Downton Abbey

In Love and Deep Water (JP) (Netflix Film) Romance, mystery and mayhem unfolds aboard a luxury liner heading for the Aegean Sea when a butler and a passenger try to solve a baffling murder.

Lone Survivor


All-Time High (FR) (Netflix Film) A con artist in dire need of cash and a woman with a crypto fortune hit it off. Is she the target of his dreams, or is the scammer about to get scammed?

Believer 2 (KR) (Netflix Film) A determined detective continues his search for the truth behind Asia's largest drug organization and its elusive boss he has unfinished business with.

CoComelon Lane (Netflix Family) Join your favorite "CoComelon" characters on imaginative adventures as they explore feelings — and the world around them — in this story-driven series.

The Dads (Netflix Documentary) In this gentle meditation on fatherhood, brotherhood and manhood, five fathers of trans children join Dennis Shepard – the father of slain gay college student Matthew Shepard – for a weekend fishing trip in rural Oklahoma. As the men cast their lines into the river, they find common ground across racial, geographical and generational lines: their unconditional love for their children.

The Queenstown Kings (ZA) (Netflix Film) After his father's death, a washed-up soccer star returns to rural Queenstown and struggles to connect with his son, a promising player with big dreams.

Rustin (Netflix Film) Activist Bayard Rustin faces racism and homophobia as he helps change the course of Civil Rights history by orchestrating the 1963 March on Washington.

Sagrada Familia: Season 2 (ES) (Netflix Series) Haunted by the past, Gloria will stop at nothing to carve out a future for her family while new schemes and mysteries bubble up in the neighborhood.

Scott Pilgrim Takes Off (Netflix Anime) Scott Pilgrim meets the girl of his dreams, Ramona Flowers, but learns he must defeat her seven evil exes in order to date her. Then things get even more complicated. 

Stamped from the Beginning (Netflix Documentary) Using innovative animation and expert insights, this documentary based on Ibram X. Kendi's bestseller explores the history of racist ideas in America.


Shahs of Sunset: Seasons 1-2  


Leo (Netflix Family) Adam Sandler is a lizard named Leo in this coming-of-age musical comedy about the last year of elementary school as seen through the eyes of a class pet.


Crime Diaries: The Celebrity Stylist (CO) (Netflix Film) When an up-and-coming stylist is found stabbed to death in his home, a young detective is given 20 days to solve the case. Inspired by true events.

High on the Hog: How African American Cuisine Transformed America: Season 2 (Netflix Documentary) In season two of the immersive award-winning docu-series High on the Hog, host Stephen Satterfield travels across the United States to uncover how African-American cuisine has fueled social justice movements, transformed communities and awakened cultural creativity in America in powerful and lasting ways.

Squid Game: The Challenge (Netflix Series) 456 real players will enter the competition show in pursuit of a life-changing reward of USD $4.56 million. As they compete through a series of games inspired by the original show - plus surprising new additions - their strategies, alliances, and character will be put to the test while competitors are eliminated around them.


Love Island USA: Season 3

My Daemon (JP) (Netflix Anime) To save his mother, a kind-hearted boy and his tiny daemon friend set out on a journey across post-apocalyptic Japan as dark forces close in.

My Little Pony: Make Your Mark: Chapter 6 (Netflix Family) Opaline has captured nearly all the power of Equestria, and time's running out! Can the ponies team up with the dragons to save magic and restore peace?


A Nearly Normal Family (SE) (Netflix Series) The world of a seemingly perfect family shatters when a shocking murder proves that they're willing to make desperate moves to protect each other.

DOI BOY (TH) (Netflix Film) A refugee builds a new identity as a sex worker in Thailand and gets caught up in a client's risky scheme that might lead to a better life.

I Don't Expect Anyone to Believe Me (MX) (Netflix Film) A writer's career — and entire life — suddenly goes off script when he falls prey to a dangerous web of criminals right before moving to Barcelona.

Last Call for Istanbul (TR) (Netflix Film) A chance meeting at the airport leads two married people to an unforgettable night full of excitement, desire, and temptation in New York City.

My Demon (KR) (Netflix Series) Chaebol heiress Do Do Hee is an adversary to many, and Jung Koo Won is a powerful entity superior to humans. However, one day, Jung Koo Won loses his powers. Forced to collaborate with Do Do Hee to regain them, sparks of romance begin to fly between them as they embark on this journey together.

Wedding Games (BR) (Netflix Film) When Alex and Eva choose to exchange vows at the very spot they first crossed paths, a series of hilarious missteps derails their journey to the altar.


Go Dog Go: Season 4 (Netflix Family) Tag and her best friend Scooch love lending a paw to their friends around Pawston, whether it's delivering cookie boxes or hosting the Dogcathalon!


Comedy Royale (KR) (Netflix Series) Hand-picked by Korean comedy icons, five teams of rising comics battle for a chance to host in a Netflix show — delivering nonstop, zany laughter.

Love Like a K-Drama (JP) (Netflix Series) Four actresses from Japan go to South Korea to audition and act alongside Korean actors for roles in a series of love stories. Will true romance follow?

Onmyoji (JP) (Netflix Anime) In the gilded enclave of the imperial court, a gifted mystic befriends a brilliant musician, and together they solve cases rising from the demonic realm.

Verified Stand-Up (Netflix Comedy) 10 comics. 10 sets. 1 show. Introducing: Verified Stand-Up, a new stand-up comedy series Filmed at Webster Hall in New York City, the series features 10 of the best comedians in the game: Asif Ali, Dulcé Sloan, Gianmarco Soresi, Isiah Kelly, Leslie Liao, Nimesh Patel, Robby Hoffman, Rosebud Baker, Sabrina Wu, and Vanessa Gonzalez. Over the course of two-episodes, discover your new favorite comedian.


American Symphony (Netflix Documentary)

Bad Surgeon: Love Under the Knife (UK) (Netflix Documentary) This shocking docuseries about one of the biggest frauds in modern medical history exposes a thoracic surgeon famous for groundbreaking achievements in the field of regenerative medicine.


The Bad Guys: A Very Bad Holiday (Netflix Family) Mr. Wolf and his crew of animal outlaws realize they'll need to restore the city's Christmas spirit to keep their annual holiday heist afloat.

Family Switch (Netflix Film) Jess and Bill Walker are doing their best to keep their family connected as their children grow older, more independent, and more distant. When a chance encounter with an astrological reader causes the family to wake up to a full body switch, on the morning of the most important day of each of their lives, can the Walkers unite to land a promotion, college interview, record deal and soccer tryout? 

Hard Days (JP) (Netflix Film) Already running from a mess of problems, a desperate cop thinks he's gotten away with a hit-and-run. But there was a witness, and they've got his number.

Obliterated (Netflix Series) An elite special forces team must thwart a deadly threat in Las Vegas in this high-octane action-comedy series from the creators of "Cobra Kai.

School Spirits: Season 1

Virgin River: Season 5 Part 2 (Netflix Series) Mel adjusts to a different pace of life, Jack works to grow his business, and the town faces new threats as secrets begin to surface in Virgin River.

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Leaving 11/29/23 Disappearance at Clifton Hill

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The 7 Best New Movies on Netflix in November 2023

November has plenty of movies for subscribers to be thankful for.

Netflix subscribers have plenty to be thankful for this November 2023 , as the streaming giant is releasing more than a few big movies this month. The diverse line-up includes everything from adult dramas to family-friendly animated entertainment, so there is something for everyone this Thanksgiving season. This month, Netflix fans can expect to see the return of a cult-classic icon, a gripping aquatic biopic, a new thriller from David Fincher , a nostalgic Christmas comedy, an emotional true story about a civil rights icon, a heartfelt animated feature, and a wacky family feud.

To learn more about just some of the films you can expect to see on Netflix this month, here are seven of the best movies coming to Netflix in November 2023.

'Scott Pilgrim vs. The World' (2010)

Available: November 1 | Director: Edgar Wright

Cast: Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Ellen Wong, Kieran Culkin, Anna Kendrick, Alison Pill, Aubrey Plaza, Johnny Simmons, Mark Webber, Jason Schwartzman, Satya Bhabha, Chris Evans, Brandon Routh, Brie Larson, Mae Whitman, Keita Saitou, and Shôta Saitô

While not a new movie per se, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World could not be coming to Netflix at a better time. That's because later in the month, we're getting the all-new animated series Scott Pilgrim Takes Off - a retelling of the beloved story featuring the entire main cast of the aforementioned feature film. The surreal comic book and video game-inspired movie sees down-on-his-luck guitarist Scott Pilgrim ( Michael Cera ) on a desperate search for love after a bad breakup, all while his band Sex Bobomb are trying to prove themselves as serious artists. Scott finally sees a second chance for love when he meets Ramona Flowers ( Mary Elizabeth Winstead ), but the only way he can date her is by defeating all seven of her evil exes in combat.

Scott Pilgrim vs. The World will be available to stream on Netflix starting Wednesday, November 1st.

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'Nyad' (2023)

Available: November 3 | Directors: Jimmy Chin and Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi

Cast: Annette Bening, Jodie Foster, Rhys Ifans, Luke Cosgrove, and Erica Cho

Nyad tells the dramatic story of real-life athlete Diana Nyad ( Annette Bening ). However, her story has become somewhat controversial as her claim of swimming 110 miles in the open ocean has been disputed. Regardless, the emotional tale, directed by Free Solo duo Jimmy Chin and Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi , will showcase Nyad's series of events, preparing to do an open swim from Florida to Cuba, all with the help of other friend Bonnie Stoll ( Jodie Foster ) and navigator John Bartlett ( Rhys Ifans ).

Nyad will be available to stream on Netflix starting Friday, November 3rd.

'The Killer' (2023)

Available: November 10 | Director: David Fincher

Cast: Michael Fassbender, Tilda Swinton, Charles Parnell, Arliss Howard, and Kerry O'Malley

After getting some Oscar gold for Netflix in 2020's Mank , David Fincher is back in the director's chair to back to his thriller roots with The Killer . Starring Michael Fassbender as the titular assassin, ending a long hiatus for the acclaimed actor , The Killer follows a man on the edge after a hit job gone wrong. As his former friends and employers hunt him down, the Killer soon starts to rethink the dangerous career he has dedicated his life to.

The Killer will be available to stream on Netflix starting Friday, November 10th.

'Best. Christmas. Ever!' (2023)

Available: November 16 | Director: Mary Lambert

Cast: Brandy Norwood, Heather Graham, Jason Biggs, and Matt Cedeño

Brandy Norwood and Heather Graham unite for holiday high jinks in Best. Christmas. Ever! Here, Charlotte Sanders (Heather Graham) and her family find themselves becoming the unexpected guests of the Jennings family. The household's mother, Jackie Jennings (Brandy Norwood), is an old frenemy of Charlotte's. She has always had a bitters sense of jealousy for Jackie, but hopefully Charlotte puts those feeling aside to give her family the Christmas they deserve.

Best. Christmas. Ever! will be available to stream on Netflix starting Thursday, November 16th.

'Rustin' (2023)

Available: November 17 | Director: George C. Wolfe

Cast: Colman Domingo, Chris Rock, Glynn Turman, Aml Ameen, CCH Pounder, Michael Potts, Audra McDonald, and Jeffrey Wright

Another dramatic biopic from Netflix coming in November, R ustin shines a light on the often-overlooked story of civil rights activist Bayard Rustin ( Colman Domingo ). A close companion of Martin Luther King Jr. ( Aml Ameen ), not only did Rustin challenge the status quo for race relations as a Black man, but he also fought a personal battle against homophobia as a gay man. Coincidentally, the film also star Chris Rock , who was recently announced to be directing a new biopic about Martin Luther King Jr .

Rustin will be available to stream on Netflix starting Friday, November 17th.

'Leo' (2023)

Available: November 21 | Directors: Robert Marianetti, Robert Smigel, and David Wachtenheim

Cast: Adam Sandler, Bill Burr, Cecily Strong, Jason Alexander, Rob Schneider, Allison Strong, and Jo Koy

Adam Sandler stars as an aging, kind-hearted iguana in his first animated role since the Hotel Transylvania films with Leo . The titular lizard wants a more exciting life than the one he has now living as a pet in a classroom, and escapes one day against the advice of his turtle roommate Squirtle ( Bill Burr ). Once out of his pen, Leo finally finds the purpose he's looking for by giving advice to the students of his class.

Leo will be available to stream on Netflix starting Tuesday, November 21st.

'Family Switch' (2023)

Available: November 30 | Director: McG

Cast: Jennifer Garner, Emma Myers, Ed Helms, Brady Noon, Rita Moreno, Pete Holmes, Ilia Isorelýs Paulino, Matthias Schweighöfer, Paul Scheer, and Fortune Feimster

What if the magical body swap scenario of Freaky Friday applied to an entire family instead of just the mother and daughter ? That's the question that McG 's Family Switch asks, with the various members of the Walker family waking up in completely different bodies . Now, the family members of Jess ( Jennifer Garner ), Bill ( Ed Helms ), CC ( Emma Myers ), and Wyatt ( Brady Nonn ) must figure out why this happened and how they can get back into their own bodies.

Family Switch will be available to stream on Netflix starting Thursday, November 30th.

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Halloween is next week, and the best new movies to stream on Netflix , Hulu, Prime Video, Max (HBO) , and other services are loading up on scary and otherwise Halloween-themed movies. Hope you’re in the mood for a fright fest because that’s what you’re getting for movie night!

We keep tabs on all the new arrivals to the major streaming services, and this week sees several scary movies (plus one exception) join the list.

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One of the reasons that Amazon Prime Video hasn't quite captured the zeitgeist like Netflix, Max, or Hulu is that the best Amazon Prime original series just aren't quite as critically acclaimed or culturally popular. Even though Prime Video trails only Netflix in subscriber count, the original content library doesn't quite excite people the same way.

Prime Video's first show, Transparent, won multiple Emmys, but it has struggled to find its culture-capturing hit like Stranger Things. But with a heavier investment in original programming recently, Prime Video is working to close the gap both in quantity and quality. As more shows release, we're here to keep you up to date on the best Amazon Prime original series. We’ve also rounded up the best Netflix original series and the best Hulu original series if Prime Video doesn’t have the originals you’re looking for.

Hulu has transformed into Huluween for the spookiest season of the year, so it's only appropriate that most of the new additions to the best movies on Hulu are horror films. For Stephen King fans, there's It: Chapter Two, one-half of his most successful adaptation, and the really underrated sequel to The Shining: Doctor Sleep. Also on tap are the Hulu original film, No One Will Save You, and the modern remake of Nightmare Alley.

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The 70 Best Movies on Netflix Right Now (November 2023)

It's time to go Across the Spider-Verse


Fall is the season when Netflix courts Oscar voters by releasing its best original films, and with movies like David Fincher's The Killer (Nov. 10), Todd Haynes' May December (Dec. 1), and Sam Esmail's Leave the World Behind (Dec. 8) about to blow our minds, it's going to be one of Netflix's best seasons for movies ever. But before that happens, why don't you settle in with a sequel to a bona fide Oscar winner?  Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is now on Netflix. The animated feature is a feast for the senses that's good for the whole family, and one of the best-reviewed films of 2023. 

This is a list of the best movies to watch on Netflix right now . To keep things relevant, we're specifically highlighting the best recent releases, Netflix originals, and some of our own personal favorites.

Last updated Oct. 31; newer additions are at the top.

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse

For fans of: Spider-versity and Spider-people, sequels that are as good as the original


Director:  Joaquim Dos Santos, Kemp Powers, Justin K. Thompson Stars:  Shameik Moore, Hailee Steinfeld, Jake Johnson Genre:  Animation, Action, Fantasy Rating:  PG Metacritic score:   86

Rarely do sequels match the energy of the original, but in this case, Across the Spider-Verse , the sequel to 2018's Oscar-winning Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse , should clear some space for more trophies. Miles Morales ( Shameik Moore ) returns as a more established hero and travels the Spider-Verse with Gwen ( Hailee Steinfeld ), where they, along with a group of various Spider-People from different universes, must stop a new evil. The animation is incredible, the beats are delicious, and the emotional story hits hard. This is as close to a must-watch as there is. - Tim Surette  [ Trailer ]

The Saint of Second Chances

For fans of: Going to baseball games but not to watch baseball, fathers and sons and daughters

Rebecca and Mike Veeck, The Saint of Second Chances

Rebecca and Mike Veeck, The Saint of Second Chances

Director:  Jeff Malmberg and Morgan Neville Stars:  Charlie Day, Jeff Daniels (narrator) Genre:  Documentary, Sports, Comedy Rating:  NR Metacritic score:   71

This documentary is less a historical document and more of a series of true tall tales passed down from generation to generation about the Veeck family, notably Bill Veeck, the beloved and fun-loving owner of the Chicago White Sox in the 1970s, and his son Mike, whose up-and-down relationship with his dad — which hit a low after Mike's brainchild, the infamous "Disco Sucks" night, tarnished Bill's reputation — eventually left him clawing his way back up in the world of baseball and reflecting on his relationship with his own family. Mike is charismatic as he talks about his dad and his life, and Malmberg and Neville have fun with the direction, bringing in Charlie Day to play a young Mike Veeck in reenactments. It's a heartwarming story that transcends the world of baseball. - Tim Surette  [ Trailer ]

They Cloned Tyrone

For fans of: Blaxploitation films, sci-fi/comedy

Jamie Foxx, Teyonah Parris, and John Boyega, They Cloned Tyrone

Jamie Foxx, Teyonah Parris, and John Boyega,  They Cloned Tyrone

Director:  Juel Taylor Stars:  Jamie Foxx, Teyonah Parris, John Boyega, David Alan Grier, Kiefer Sutherland Genre:  Comedy, Sci-Fi, Mystery Rating:  R Metacritic score:   76

It would be a shame if  They Cloned Tyrone  got lost in the Netflix shuffle. The sci-fi mystery is director  Juel Taylor 's feature film debut, and boasts a trio of standout lead performances from  John Boyega ,  Teyonah Parris , and  Jamie Foxx , playing three people thrown together by circumstance who, after a shooting in their neighborhood, find themselves wrapped up in an increasingly bizarre government conspiracy. Their search for answers leads them down an eerie path, and to say more would be a disservice to this funny, inventive film. - Allison Picurro  [ Trailer ]

The Deepest Breath

For fans of: Sacrifice, stunning underwater shots,  Fire of Love

Alessia Zecchini, The Deepest Breath

Alessia Zecchini, The Deepest Breath

Director:  Laura McGann Stars:  Alessia Zecchini, Stephen Keenan Genre:  Documentary Rating:  PG Metacritic score:   70

The A24-produced documentary about a couple at the top of the freediving world really delves into what drives people to risk everything to be the best. World champion freediver Alessia Zecchini and Irish safety diving instructor Stephen Keenan seemed destined to meet, but their passion for exploring beneath the surface and risk-taking meant danger would always be near what they loved to do. There are some interesting storytelling choices made by director Laura McGann that some say border on manipulation, but the end result is worth it, and no one can deny that the stunning and treacherous underwater footage of the dives will make your heart pound.  -Tim Surette [ Trailer ] 

Puss in Boots: The Last Wish

For fans of: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse , cats, cool as heck villains

Puss in Boots: The Last Wish

Antonio Banderas,  Puss in Boots: The Last Wish

Director:  Januel Mercado and Joel Crawford Stars:  Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek, Florence Pugh, John Mulaney, Wagner Moura Genre:  Animation Rating:  PG Metacritic score:   73

A member of the excellent class of 2023 Oscar nominations for Best Animated Feature, Puss in Boots: The Last Wish is a dazzling sequel to the 2011 Puss in Boots film, though it exceeds it in every way. Slightly darker than its predecessor, as its main focus is on death — Puss comes dangerously close to expiring his nine lives — The Last Wish still manages to be very family-friendly with its colorful characters and comedy, thanks to an excellent voice cast that includes new franchise members John Mulaney, Florence Pugh, and Wagner Moura. It was also clearly influenced by Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse , which you'll notice in its animation style. I love this movie.  -Tim Surette [ Trailer ] 

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For fans of: Queer-friendly messages, dazzling animation


Director:  Nick Bruno, Troy Quane Stars:  Chloë Grace Moretz, Riz Ahmed, Beck Bennett, RuPaul, Lorraine Toussaint Genre:  Animation, Action, Sci-fi Rating:  PG Metacritic score:   75

This charming animated movie about not putting labels on people may seem pretty typical, but it relays that message well and is the rare family-friendly film with LGBTQ+ themes. (The film was reportedly delayed multiple times and eventually canceled in 2021 by boneheaded Disney leadership because of its LGBTQ+ storyline , before being revived by Annapurna and Netflix.) Based on the award-winning graphic novel by ND Stevenson, Nimona features  Riz Ahmed as the voice of a disgraced knight whose only chance at redemption is a rambunctious, shapeshifting teenager ( Chloë Grace Moretz ). Set in a world that evokes science-fiction and D&D fantasy, it's a feast for the eyes, but it's your heart that will feel the fullest by the end.  -Tim Surette [ Trailer ] 

King of Clones

For fans of: Ethics, science, cloning, dogs that look alike

King of Clones

Director:  Aditya Thayi Stars:  Woo-suk Hwang Genre:  Documentary Rating:  NR Metacritic score:   n/a

Scientific breakthroughs aren't without their moral dilemmas — sure we COULD have jetpack backpacks, but how do you keep grandma from rocketing into a wall? — and this Netflix film focuses on the moral and ethical questions of cloning. The idea is framed around the story of South Korean scientist Woo-suk Hwang, who rose to fame as a pioneer of xeroxing living things but then became vilified for breaking the rules.  -Tim Surette [ Trailer ] 

Extraction 2

For fans of: Chris Hemsworth, brutal action

Chris Hemsworth, Extraction 2

Chris Hemsworth, Extraction 2

Director:  Sam Hargrave Stars:  Chris Hemsworth, Golshifteh Farahani, Adam Bessa, Olga Kurylenko Genre:  Action, Drama Rating:  R Metacritic score:   57

The sequel to one of Netflix's biggest movies ever continues the "story" of a mercenary (Hemsworth) whose skillset includes... extraction. I say "story" because the real reason to watch this (and its prequel) is for the mindless action and violence, which flows so copiously  that you can smell the shrapnel.  -Tim Surette [ Trailer ] 

Longest Third Date

For fans of:  Watching YOLOers make mistakes, COVID flashbacks, dating horror stories, man buns

Matt Robertson and Khani Le, Longest Third Date

Matt Robertson and Khani Le,  Longest Third Date

Director:  Brent Hodge Stars:  Khani Le, Matt Robertson Genre:  Documentary Rating:  NR Metacritic score:   n/a

You know those annoying people who film every second of their lives? Matt Robertson is one of those guys, but in a rare case of "I'll allow it," I'll allow it. Matt suggested to an online match that they spend their third date on an adventure and — as young people are wont to do — make the shortsighted decision to fly to Costa Rica together. Even when they were just getting to know each other. The problem? They left in March 2020. After they landed, the world went into lockdown, stranding them together on an island paradise that became an island prison. This is their story.  -Tim Surette [ Trailer ] 

Kill Boksoon

For fans of:  Female assassins, overworked moms

Lee Yeon and Jeon Do-Yeon, Kill Boksoon

Lee Yeon and Jeon Do-Yeon, Kill Boksoon

Director:  Sung-hyun Byun Stars:  Do-yeon Jeon, Esom, Fahim Fazli, Gyo-hwan Koo, Jeong-min Hwang, Kyung-gu Sol Genre:  Action, Thriller Rating:  NR Metacritic score:   67

This Korean action film features plenty of clichés — a seasoned assassin whose personal life gets in the way of work agrees to one last mission before retirement and decides she can't go through with the killing for moral reasons — but that's OK, since it executes them all pretty well and features a great performance from Do-yeon Jeon as a woman who flips back and forth between heartless killer and doting mother to her teenage daughter. Violent, stylish, and tense, it's worth a watch for fans of Korean dramas and action flicks. -Tim Surette [ Trailer ] 

All Quiet on the Western Front

For fans of:  Classic literature, anti-war war movies

All Quiet on the Western Front

Director:  Edward Berger Stars:  Felix Kammerer, Albrecht Schuch, Daniel Brühl, Sebastian Hülk Genre:  Drama, War Rating:  R Metacritic score:   75

This epic adaptation of Erich Maria Remarque's classic and ever-timely 1929 anti-war novel is one of the best Netflix Original movies of 2022, and the winner of the Best International Film award at the 2023 Academy Awards as well as a nominee for Best Picture. It tells the story of Paul Bäumer (Felix Bammerer), a 17-year-old who enlists in the Germany army and gets a firsthand look at the pointless, dehumanizing slaughter of World War I. It's a devastating film that's especially notable for composer Volker Bertelmann's modern, powerful score. -Liam Mathews [ Trailer ] 

Justin Salinger, Samuel Paul Small, Tom Andrews, Lucy Liemann, Ashley Madekwe, and Bukky Bakray, The Strays

Justin Salinger, Samuel Paul Small, Tom Andrews, Lucy Liemann, Ashley Madekwe, and Bukky Bakray, The Strays

Year:  2023 Director:  Nathaniel Martello-White Stars:  Ashley Madekwe, Jordan Myrie, Bukky Bakray Genre:  Drama, Thriller, Horror Rating:  NR Metacritic score:  n/a

This British horror film gets a lot of comparisons to Get Out , and rightfully so, as it not only has a similar sensory aesthetic to Jordan Peele's beloved film, but it's also steeped in race relations. Ashley Madewe stars as a light-skinned black woman living in an upper-crust predominantly white community, when she begins to have visions that others can't see. Fans and critics have been divided on most of the film, but all agree that the ending is a delightful whopper. -Tim Surette [ Trailer ]

Pamela, a love story

Pamela Anderson, Pamela: A Love Story

Pamela Anderson, Pamela: A Love Story

Year:  2023 Director:  Ryan White Genre:  Documentary Rating:  NR Metacritic score:   66

Pamela Anderson shares her side of the story in this revealing documentary about her life, in which she discusses the fame, movies, shows, sex tape scandals, and men that have come to define her with the public. It's the perfect chaser to Hulu's raucous  Pam & Tommy , which Anderson wasn't part of and didn't really portray her fairly. -Tim Surette [ Trailer ]

The Hatchet Wielding Hitchhiker

The Hatchet Wielding Hitchhiker

Year:  2023 Director:  Colette Camden Genre:  Documentary, True Crime Rating:  TV-MA Metacritic score:  n/a

This documentary uses the tried-and-true Netflix true crime formula of an irresistibly lurid title that you can't help but click play on. Sometimes you get shameless trash, and sometimes you get surprisingly thoughtful examinations of viral fame, mental illness, and small-scale human tragedy. The Hatchet Wielding Hitchhiker tells the story of Kai Lawrence, a young homeless man who became an internet sensation in 2013 when a news report of his spirited account of using his hatchet to save a woman from an attacker went viral. Not long after, he was convicted of murdering a different man. It's a sad tale that will make you feel for everyone involved. -Liam Mathews [ Trailer ]

The Pale Blue Eye

Christian Bale, The Pale Blue Eye

Christian Bale, The Pale Blue Eye

Year:  2022 Director:  Scott Cooper Stars:  Christian Bale, Harry Melling, Gillian Anderson, Lucy Boynton, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Toby Jones, Robert Duvall Genre:  Mystery, Thriller, Crime, Drama, Historical Rating:  R Metacritic score:   55

Scott Cooper  writes and directs this mystery film based on Louis Bayard's 2003 novel of the same name.  Christian Bale  stars as Det. Augustus Landor, who's investigating a grisly murder at West Point in 1830 with the help of a curious cadet played by  Harry Melling . That cadet's name? Edgar Allan Poe. The extremely stacked cast also includes  Gillian Anderson ,  Charlotte Gainsbourg , and  Robert Duvall . -Liam Mathews   [ Trailer ]

White Noise

For fans of:  Postmodern literature, '80s imagery

Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig, White Noise

Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig, White Noise

Year:  2022 Director:  Noah Baumbach Stars:  Adam Driver, Greta Gerwig, Don Cheadle, Raffey Cassidy, Lars Eidinger, Jodie Turner-Smith Genre:  Drama, Comedy Rating:  R Metacritic score:   66

Adam Driver  and  Greta Gerwig  star in director  Noah Baumbach 's adaptation of Don DeLillo's classic postmodern satirical novel. I don't usually do this, but I'm going to defer to Netflix's description for this one, because it's really good: " White Noise  dramatizes a contemporary American family's attempts to deal with the mundane conflicts of everyday life while grappling with the universal mysteries of love, death, and the possibility of happiness in an uncertain world." That's exactly what it's about!  Reviews  have been more mixed than you might expect for a film with this pedigree, perhaps because DeLillo's stylized dialogue is meant to be read, not spoken aloud, so it sounds really weird, not at all like how people actually speak. But once you get on its unique wavelength, you might find White Noise to be a thought-provoking and darkly funny film. -Liam Mathews [ Trailer ]

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery   

For fans of: Good old-fashioned murder mysteries, actors having fun with their personas

Kate Hudson, Jessica Henwick, Daniel Craig, and Leslie Odom Jr., Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

Kate Hudson, Jessica Henwick, Daniel Craig, and Leslie Odom Jr., Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

Year:  2022 Director:  Rian Johnson Stars:  Daniel Craig, Edward Norton, Janelle Monáe, Kathryn Hahn, Leslie Odom Jr., Jessica Henwick, Madelyn Cline, Kate Hudson, Dave Bautista Genre:  Mystery, Drama, Thriller, Comedy Rating:  R Metacritic score:   81

The first  Knives Out  was a box office smash, and the sequel got the widest (though still very brief) theatrical release for a Netflix movie ever, but make no mistake, this stylish sequel is a Netflix film.  Daniel Craig  returns as master detective Benoit Blanc, who's tasked with solving a murder mystery at a Greek villa that starts out as a game and turns real. The cast includes  Edward Norton ,  Kate Hudson , and  Dave Bautista . The plotting is brilliant, the performances are delightful, and the social commentary is astute. In his  review  for TV Guide, Jordan Hoffman gave it a 9 out of 10, an exceptionally high score for any movie, let alone a Netflix Original in 2022. -Liam Mathews  [ Trailer ]

Emily the Criminal

For fans of:  Crushing student loan debt, smart indies

Emily The Criminal

Aubrey Plaza, Emily The Criminal

Year:  2022 Director:  John Patton Ford Stars:  Aubrey Plaza, Theo Rossi, Megalyn Echikunwoke, Gina Gershon Genre:  Drama, Crime, Thriller Rating:  R Metacritic score:   75

Aubrey Plaza stars in this crime drama that isn't technically a Netflix original but had such a small indie release that it may as well be. The White Lotus star plays the titular aspiring artist, who has a crushing amount of student debt and a past felony conviction that prevents her from getting a job that makes enough money to pay down what she owes. But then she meets a guy named Youcef ( Theo Rossi ), who runs a credit card fraud ring. It's a tight little thriller with astute social commentary. -Liam Mathews   [ Trailer ]

Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio

For fans of:  New takes on classic stories, that signature del Toro touch

Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio

Year:  2022 Director:  Guillermo del Toro and Mark Gustafson Stars:  Ewan McGregor, David Bradley, Gregory Mann, Burn Gorman, John Turturro, Ron Perlman, Finn Wolfhard, Cate Blanchett, Tim Blake Nelson, Christoph Waltz, Tilda Swinton Genre:  Drama, Fantasy, Animation, Family, Musical Rating:  PG Metacritic score:   80

It took  Guillermo del Toro  a decade to bring this passion project, a stop-motion adaptation of the timeless tale of the puppet who wants to be a real boy, to life. GDT's take is steeped in his signature allegorical style of dark fantasy, setting the story in Fascist 1930s Italy and making Pinocchio much less cute than the Disney version of popular imagination. In his review for TV Guide, Jordan Hoffman had particular praise for Pinocchio's character design. "He's lively and charming and lovable, but still looks like real wood," he wrote. "It truly is a work of minor magic." -Liam Mathews  [ Trailer ]

For fans of: Overgrown garden gnomes, blockbuster tropes, Norwegian troll movies


Year: 2022 Director: Roar Uthrag Stars: Ine Marie Wilmann, Kim Falck, Mads Sjøgård Pettersen Genre: Action, Sci-Fi Rating: N/R Metacritic score: n/a

Trolls come in all shapes and sizes, from hair-raised freaky-looking dolls to leprechaun-sized B-movie stars to the mammoth monster of this Norwegian sci-fi action flick. Part Godzilla-esque kaiju movie, part Roland Emmerich disaster film, Troll executes its pea-brained premise — a skyscraper-sized creature made of mountain wreaks havoc on Norway — wonderfully, incorporating American blockbuster tropes gleefully and winking at the audience as it does so. The effects are great and the action is plentiful, and a government aide constantly talking about the movie script he's writing about a monk who can throw his head and hands as weapons is a running joke that keeps things from being too serious. You'll start the movie laughing at it; you'll end it cheering it on. -Tim Surette [ Trailer ]

For fans of:  Flo,  The Banshees of Inisherin

Florence Pugh, The Wonder

Florence Pugh, The Wonder

Year:  2022 Director:  Sebastian Lelio Stars:  Florence Pugh, Tom Burke, Kila Lord Cassidy, Niamh Algar, Ciaran Hinds Genre:  Drama, Mystery, Thriller Rating:  R Metacritic score:   72

The Wonder is an eerie period drama film starring woman-of-the-moment Florence Pugh . She plays a nurse sent to an isolated Irish village to investigate a local girl who hasn't eaten in months. It's got those European folk horror vibes that Pugh's familiar with from  Midsommar  (minus the bear suits), plus a unique eye behind the camera by director Sebastian Lelio (just watch the opening scene to see it in action). -Tim Surette   [ Trailer ]

Is That Black Enough for You?!?

For fans of:  Movies, culture, a smart man saying smart things

Laurence Fishburne, Is That Black Enough for You?

Laurence Fishburne, Is That Black Enough for You?

Year: 2022 Director: Elvis Mitchell Genre: Documentary Rating: R Metacritic score: 82

Film critic and academic Elvis Mitchell explores Black cinema in this insightful and incredibly researched documentary that features interviews with Samuel Jackson, Harry Belafonte, Whoopi Goldberg, and other legends. Starting with the early representations of Black people in movies and paying close attention to the blaxploitation era of the 1970s, Is That Black Enough for You?!? is a fascinating and illuminating cultural essay that looks at Black cinema from all angles. The always great Mitchell outdoes himself here in what should be required watching for all cinephiles. - Tim Surette [ Trailer ]

My Father's Dragon

For fans of:  When animated movies are great

My Father's Dragon

Director:  Nora Twomey Stars:  Jacob Tremblay, Gaten Matarazzo, Whoopi Goldberg, Ian McShane, Chris O'Dowd Genre:  Adventure, Drama, Fantasy, Comedy, Animation, Family Rating:  PG Metacritic score:   72

If you don't have a kid, you might consider picking one up to watch  My Father's Dragon , the latest animated film from Irish studio Cartoon Saloon. Cartoon Saloon gave us the outstanding  Wolfwalkers , as well as  Song of the Sea  and  The Secret of Kells , all of which were nominated for Oscars and all of which are fantastic. My Father's Dragon is an adaptation of the classic children's novel of the same name, and features the voices of Jacob Tremblay , Gaten Matarazzo , and Whoopi Goldberg . We miss the Irish accents Cartoon Saloon movies usually have, but it's still really good. -Tim Surette [ Trailer ]

Enola Holmes 2

For fans of:  Millie, Bobby, Brown

Henry Cavill, Millie Bobby Brown, Louis Partridge, Enola Holmes 2

Henry Cavill, Millie Bobby Brown, Louis Partridge, Enola Holmes 2

Director:  Harry Bradbeer  Stars:  Millie Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill, Helena Bonham Carter, Louis Partridge, David Thewlis Genre:  Action, Adventure, Comedy, Mystery Rating:  PG-13 Metacritic score:   62

Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown 's other franchise is this energetic mystery movie series in which she plays Sherlock Holmes' little sister (Sherlock is played by Henry Cavill , himself no stranger to franchises, both on Netflix and off). The sequel is a ton of fun as Brown, "a natural born comic with a hydrogen bomb's worth of screen charisma, turns what could be just another disposable tween-and-teens romp into a genuine delight," Jordan Hoffman wrote in his review for TV Guide. -Liam Mathews [ Trailer ]

The Good Nurse

For fans of:  Great casts, tense medical dramas, true crime

Eddie Redmayne and Jessica Chastain, The Good Nurse

Eddie Redmayne and Jessica Chastain, The Good Nurse

Director:  Tobias Lindholm Stars:  Jessica Chastain, Eddie Redmayne, Nnamdi Asomugha, Noah Emmerich, Kim Dickens Genre:  Drama, Thriller, Crime Rating:  R Metacritic score:   64

Oscar-winners  Jessica Chastain  and  Eddie Redmayne  star in this drama about the chilling case of Charles Cullen, a nurse who is confirmed to have killed 29 people and is suspected to have possibly killed hundreds more during a period of time in which he kept getting jobs at hospitals in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Redmayne plays Cullen, while Chastain plays Amy Loughren, a nurse who played a pivotal role in catching Cullen. In his review for TV Guide, Jordan Hoffman called it "tense" and "engrossing," with a better performance from Redmayne than the one that won him an Oscar. -Liam Mathews   [ Trailer ]

The Stranger

For fans of:  Good Netflix thrillers, saying "Joel Edgerton is so underrated"

Joel Edgerton, The Stranger

Joel Edgerton, The Stranger

Director:  Thomas M. Wright Stars:  Joel Edgerton, Sean Harris Genre:  Drama, Thriller Rating:  TV-MA Metacritic score:   74

Joel Edgerton stars in this tense Australian crime drama as an undercover cop who befriends a murder suspect (the Mission: Impossible movies' Sean Harris ) in order to get close enough to get information, but he gets in really, really deep, and if he gets any deeper, he'll lose himself entirely. It doesn't break any new ground, but the performances are great. Not to be confused with the Harlan Coben limited series The Stranger , which is also on Netflix. -Liam Mathews [ Trailer ]

The Munsters

For fans of: When extreme horror directors make family movies

Daniel Roebuck, Jeff Daniel Phillips, and Sheri Moon Zombie, The Munsters

Daniel Roebuck, Jeff Daniel Phillips, and Sheri Moon Zombie, The Munsters

Director:  Rob Zombie Stars:  Jeff Daniel Phillips, Sheri Moon Zombie, Daniel Roebuck, Sylvester McCoy, Richard Brake Genre:  Comedy, Family Rating:  PG Metacritic score:   57

Writer-director Rob Zombie ( House of 1000 Corpses , Halloween 2007) goes gentle with this earnest, PG-rated remake of The Munsters , the '60s sitcom about a family of monsters living an affectionately satirical Leave It to Beaver -style suburban life. The movie is an origin story for how Herman ( Jeff Daniel Phillips ) and Lily Munster ( Sheri Moon Zombie ) met and fell in love. The series clearly had a big influence on Zombie, who has spent his musical and theatrical career doing slightly ironic riffs on classic horror images and intellectual property. It's the first thing he's ever made that's safe for the whole family, unless you take your family with you when you dig through the ditches and burn though the witches and slam in the back of your Dragula . -Liam Mathews [ Trailer ]

For fans of:  Strangers on a Train , Gen Z icons Camila Mendes and Maya Hawke

Maya Hawke and Camila Mendes, Do Revenge

Maya Hawke and Camila Mendes, Do Revenge

Director:  Jennifer Kaytin Robinson Stars:  Camila Mendes, Maya Hawke, Austin Abrams, Rish Shah, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Sophie Turner Genre:  Comedy, Drama Rating:  TV-MA Metacritic score:   66

This stylish teen revenge comedy is inspired by Alfred Hitchcock's classic Strangers on a Train , where two strangers swap targets in order to eliminate the motive and avoid being caught. In this version, high school seniors Drea ( Riverdale 's Camila Mendes ) and Eleanor ( Stranger Things '  Maya Hawke ) team up to punish each other's bullies. "What it has going for it most is Maya Hawke, a very gifted performer who carries herself through the comedy quite well," Jordan Hoffman writes in his review of the film. "Hawke makes funny faces when you least expect them, and it's fun to watch." -Liam Mathews [ Trailer ]

Sheng Wang: Sweet & Juicy

For fans of:  Laughing a lot

Sheng Wang, Sheng Wang: Sweet & Juicy

Sheng Wang, Sheng Wang: Sweet & Juicy

Director:  Ali Wong Stars:  Sheng Wang Genre:  Stand-up Special Rating:  n/a Metacritic score:  n/a

Comedian Sheng Wang has delivered one of Netflix's all-time great comedy specials, dissecting office printers, Costco pants, and snoring in his unique Texas drawl. Wang, based out of the Bay Area, keeps things irreverent but relatable with observational comedy about getting older and not giving a crap about it. It's funny from the moment he steps on stage until the second he leaves it.  -Tim Surette   [ Trailer ]

Inside the Mind of a Cat

For fans of: Saying "my cat is very empathetic"


Year: 2022 Director: Andy Mitchell Genre: Documentary, Family Rating: TV-PG Metacritic score: n/a

People like to say that cats are a mystery, but the truth is there just hasn't been a lot of research into why our feline friends are the way they are. That's starting to change. This family-friendly documentary explains the science of cats in a cute and fun way. For example, it's scientifically proven that cats know their own names, but don't always choose to respond. If you love cats, this film will help you understand them better, and if you love a cat-lover, it will help you understand them better. -Liam Mathews [ Trailer ]

The Sea Beast

For fans of: Moana , nautical adventures arrr matey

The Sea Beast

Year:  2022 Director:  Chris Williams Stars:  Karl Urban, Zaris-Angel Hator, Jared Harris, and Marianne Jean-Baptiste Genre:  Family, Adventure, Fantasy, Comedy Rating:  PG Metacritic score:   74

Most Netflix original kids movies are just re-dubs of second-tier CGI films from foreign studios, but  The Sea Beast , from Moana and Big Hero 6 director Chris Williams, looks like a legitimate contender for best family film of the year. A young girl stows away on her idol's ship to help him hunt gigantic sea creatures, leading to seafaring adventure and action. It's getting  great reviews , and features three TV Guide favorites as voice actors:  The Boys '  Karl Urban ,  Legion 's  Dan Stevens , and  Chernobyl 's  Jared Harris . - Tim Surette   [ Trailer ]

Girl in the Picture

For fans of: The most messed up true crime you've ever seen in your life

The Girl in the Picture

The Girl in the Picture

Year:  2022 Director:  Skye Borgman Genre:  True Crime, Documentary Rating:  TV-MA Metacritic score:   n/a

This haunting true crime documentary tells the story of a young woman named Sharon Marshall, who was abused by her stepfather Franklin Floyd in unspeakable ways. Marshall was found dying by the side of a road in 1990, which led to an investigation that uncovered Floyd's crimes. The documentary is structured around the unbelievable twists in the things Floyd did, but unlike most true crime documentaries like this, it always cares more about the victims than the perpetrator, which keeps it from getting too lurid. -Liam Mathews [ Trailer ]

For fans of: Dystopian thrillers, when Chris Hemsworth plays himbos

Chris Hemsworth, Spiderhead

Chris Hemsworth, Spiderhead

Year:  2022 Director:  Joseph Kosinski Stars:  Miles Teller, Jurnee Smollett, Chris Hemsworth Genre:  Action, Sci-Fi, Drama, Thriller Rating:  R Metacritic score:   55

This expensive movie has unusually literary background for a Netflix dystopian sci-fi thriller. It's based on a short story by MacArthur Fellowship recipient George Saunders originally published in  The New Yorker . While that seems like source material that would have to be dumbed down a lot to get made into a Netflix movie — and some of the despairing story's darkness has definitely been filtered out —  Deadpool  screenwriters Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick and  Top Gun: Maverick  director Joseph Kosinski actually kept it pretty smart. It's unusually thoughtful for a Netflix blockbuster. It stars  Chris Hemsworth  as the warden of an experimental prison where mysterious pharmaceuticals are tested out on the prisoners, who include Jeff ( Miles Teller ) and Rachel ( Jurnee Smollett ). Jeff and Rachel form a special bond, which leads to them getting subjected to some mind-bending, darkly funny psychological thrills.  -Liam Mathews   [ Trailer   |   Review ]

For fans of:  Adam Sandler: Serious Actor 

Adam Sandler, Hustle

Adam Sandler, Hustle

Year:  2022 Director: Jeremiah Zagar Stars:  Adam Sandler, Juancho Hernangomez, Queen Latifah, Robert Duvall Genre:  Drama, Comedy, Sports Rating:  R Metacritic score:   67

In  Uncut Gems , which sadly expired from Netflix in May, the game of basketball is essentially second billed, right behind  Adam Sandler  himself. Sandler is famously a  huge basketball fan in general , so it was only a matter of time before he made a movie about it. Another reminder to the world that Sandler is a solid dramatic actor,  Hustle  is a sports drama that stars Sandler as a washed-up scout who makes it his mission to recruit a talented street ball player from Spain (Utah Jazz forward Juancho Hernangomez) into the NBA. -Allison Picurro   [ Trailer ]

For fans of:  Bromance, epics, insane action


Year:  2022 Director:  S.S. Rajamouli Stars:  N.T. Rama Rao Jr., Ram Charan Genre:  Action, Epic Rating:  NR Metacritic score:   87

As Americans, we're pretty much just "Marvel movie, drrr drrr, Star Wars, drrr drrr," but now's your chance to expand your range to some quality action from international cinema. S.S. Rajamouli's insane epic RRR is a global phenomenon, a dazzling period adventure about two real figures from India's history who meet, form a friendship, and fight the British Raj together, and find a missing girl. With over-the-top, physics-defying action sequences, you won't care that it runs over three hours long. - Tim Surette   [ Trailer ]

Apollo 10 1/2: A Space Age Childhood  

For fans of: The good old days, childhood memories, Waking Life

Apollo 10 1/2: A Space Age Childhood

Apollo 10 1/2: A Space Age Childhood

Year:  2022 Director:  Richard Linklater Stars:  Jack Black, Zachary Levi, Glen Powell Genre:  Animation, Drama, Comedy Rating:  PG-13 Metacritic score:   81

Richard Linklater returns to his animation style of choice — rotoscoping, in which film is drawn over frame-by-frame for realistic movement with a dream-like feel — that he used in Waking Life and A Scanner Darkly . This time, it's used to tell a story about his very real childhood growing up in Houston in the late 1960s and a very unreal story about a 10-year-old boy who goes to the moon in a secret NASA program. It's a wistful, energetic tale of childhood innocence during a period of immense change, and Linklater nails the vibe of youthful exuberance and coming-of-age. Plus, it has a fantastic soundtrack. Watch this with your parents, they'll love it. (You will, too.)  -Tim Surette   [ Trailer ]

The Tinder Swindler

For fans of:  Dating app nightmares, con jobs

The Tinder Swindler

Year: 2022 Director:  Felicity Morris Genre: Documentary Rating:  TV-MA Metacritic score:   n/a

This frightening documentary about a con man who used Tinder to — you guessed it — swindle unsuspecting ladies into handing over their credit cards and taking out loans to funnel him cash will make you want to hunt down this scumbag yourself. By putting up a front of extravagance, paid for by his current mark, this man would woo women he met on the dating app and set them up to be his next source of cash before disappearing into the internet and tropical locales where he partied his ass off on their dime. It's not a particularly well-made documentary, but the story is riveting and the victims are rightfully treated with compassion. - Tim Surette [ Trailer ]

The Lost Daughter

For fans of:  Olivia Colman, bad vacations, "Livin' on a Prayer"

Dakota Johnson and Olivia Colman, The Lost Daughter

Dakota Johnson and Olivia Colman, The Lost Daughter

Year:  2021 Director:  Maggie Gyllenhaal Stars:  Olivia Colman, Dakota Johnson Genre:  Drama Rating:  R Metacritic score:   86

Maggie Gyllenhaal 's directorial debut is dark, psychological goodness. In this adaptation of the Elena Ferrante novel, Olivia Colman stars as Leda, a college professor on a solo trip to Greece, where she meets and becomes obsessed with Nina ( Dakota Johnson ), a young, overwhelmed mother. It all quickly turns into the vacation from hell as Nina forces Leda to confront memories of her own experience as a young mother. Jessie Buckley plays the younger version of Leda in flashbacks, while Peter Sarsgaard , Ed Harris , Dagmara Dominczyk , and Paul Mescal fill out the rest of the cast.  -Allison Picurro   [ Trailer ]

The Hand of God

For fans of: Coming-of-age dramas, world-class directors in their prime

Filippo Scotti and Marlon Joubert, The Hand of God

Filippo Scotti and Marlon Joubert, The Hand of God

Year:  2021 Director:  Paolo Sorrentino Stars:  Betty Pedrazzi, Biagio Manna, Ciro Capano Genre:  Drama Rating:  R Metacritic score:   76

Italian movie magician Paolo Sorrentino ( The Young Pope ) is in peak form with his highly personal coming-of-age drama The Hand of God , which will almost certainly be nominated in the International Feature Film category at next year's Oscars. Set in the 1980s in Naples, Italy, The Hand of God follows a teen through the ups and downs of life, and ties it together with soccer star Diego Maradona's infamous "hand of god" play. Though some critics note its messiness, no one can deny that it's absolutely gorgeous. - Tim Surette   [ Trailer ]

The Power of the Dog

For fans of: Tension, Benedict Cumberbatch being a big ol' meanie

Kodi Smit-McPhee and Benedict Cumberbatch, The Power of the Dog

Kodi Smit-McPhee and Benedict Cumberbatch, The Power of the Dog

Year:  2021 Director:  Jane Campion Stars:  Benedict Cumberbatch, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Kirsten Dunst, Jesse Plemons Genre:  Drama Rating:  R Metacritic score:   89

Jane Campion's first film since 2009 heads out on the range with one mean cowboy in Benedict Cumberbatch . The 1925-set Western quickly reaches a boil and holds it as a rancher ( Jesse Plemons ) gets a new wife ( Kirsten Dunst ) whom his brother (Cumberbatch) takes a strong disliking to. It's a masterclass of simmering tension and spellbinding acting, but if you're here for shoot 'em ups, this Western ain't it. - Tim Surette   [ Trailer ]

For fans of: Healing, the power of art


Year:  2021 Director:  Robert Greene Stars:  Dan Laurine, Ed Gavagan, Joe Eldred, Michael Sandridge, Mike Foreman, Tom Viviano Genre:  Documentary Rating:  R Metacritic score:   90

Robert Greene's gutting documentary comes to Netflix just two months after making its debut at Telluride, a quick turnaround that belies how much time went into this movie. Shot over three years, Procession  focuses on six men who each suffered abuse by Catholic priests in the diocese of Kansas City, Missouri, when they were boys. Greene's project is unique: The men, working with both Greene and a therapist who uses theater in her work, create short films about their trauma. It's an unmissable story of how to reckon with evil. - Kelly Connolly   [ Trailer ]

tick, tick... BOOM!

For fans of: Lin-Manuel Miranda, Broadway

Andrew Garfield, tick tick...Boom!

Andrew Garfield, tick tick...Boom!

Year:  2021 Director:  Lin-Manuel Miranda Stars:  Andrew Garfield, Vanessa Hudgens, Bradley Whitford Genre:  Drama, Musical Rating:  R Metacritic score:   74

Lin-Manuel Miranda has a type: musicals about guys who are worried their time is running out. And why mess with success? Miranda makes his directorial debut with this film adaptation, already racking up good reviews, of Rent creator Jonathan Larson's semi-autobiographical musical. Andrew Garfield stars as the struggling playwright, who's anxious that he hasn't accomplished enough by his upcoming 30th birthday. (The story is made more poignant by Larson's real-life early death at the age of 35, the night before Rent 's off-Broadway premiere.) Garfield is a hit in this, Vanessa Hudgens is in her element, and Bradley Whitford does a rock-solid Sondheim impersonation. - Kelly Connolly   [ Trailer ]

For fans of: Stars wisecrackin', dumb action, dumber twists

Ryan Reynolds, Gal Gadot, Dwayne Johnson, Red Notice

Ryan Reynolds, Gal Gadot, Dwayne Johnson, Red Notice

Year:  2021 Director:  Lin-Manuel Miranda Stars:  Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot, Ryan Reynolds Genre:  Adventure, Action, Comedy Rating:  PG-13 Metacritic score:   37

I watched this entire movie in one sitting and I had a great time, but in no reality would I say this is a good movie. It's one of those, y'know? It's a film in which the stars are secured and then you write the script. Those stars happen to be Dwayne Johnson , Gal Gadot , and Ryan Reynolds , some of the biggest celebrities on the planet, and the script sees them playing various combinations of FBI agents and art thieves, sometimes both! Add in a budget of about $200 million, and you've got yourself one of Netflix's most popular original movies ever. This is streaming candy; they can't all be Roma .  -Allison Picurro   [ Trailer ]

For fans of: Where the line of racial equality blurs, gorgeous black and white photos come to life

Ruth Negga and Tessa Thompson, Passing

Ruth Negga and Tessa Thompson, Passing

Year:  2021 Director:  Rebecca Hall Stars:  Tessa Thompson, Ruth Negga, Andre Holland Genre:  Drama Rating:  PG-13 Metacritic score:   85

Would you give up your culture if it meant you could have an easier life? That's the question posed in this stirring film set in 1920s New York City that stars Tessa Thompson as a Black woman who runs into a childhood friend (Ruth Negga) who has been passing for a white woman, bringing up questions of racial identity and whitewashing. Shot entirely in black and white, the film features wonderful performances from Thompson, Negga, and André Holland.  -Allison Picurro   [ Trailer ]

For fans of: Heartfelt stories, discovering your roots and culture

Lily, Chloe, and Sadie, Found

Lily, Chloe, and Sadie, Found

Year:  2021 Director:  Amanda Lipitz Genre:  Documentary Rating:  PG Metacritic score:   82

This documentary about three adopted Chinese high schoolers looking into their roots could also pass as a robot test, because if you aren't moved to tears at some point, then you're made out of tin. What makes it so effective is that it looks at adoption from every angle: the girls looking for answers and discovering their culture, their adoptive families looking to help them find their roots, the Chinese families who were forced to give up their babies under China's one child policy, and the intrepid investigator who helps adopted children find their birth parents in China. It's an emotional wallop. - Tim Surette   [ Trailer ]

The Harder They Fall

For fans of: Quentin Tarantino films, Red Dead Redemption , lots of shootin'

Regina King, Idris Elba, and LaKeith Stanfield, The Harder They Fall

Regina King, Idris Elba, and LaKeith Stanfield, The Harder They Fall

Year:  2021 Director:  Jeymes Samuel Stars:  Idris Elba, LaKeith Stanfield, Regina King, Jonathan Majors Genre:  Drama, Western Rating:  R Metacritic score:   68

This Netflix blockbuster is an action Western with a lot more style than you're used to. Director Jeymes Samuel takes a tried-and-true cowboy premise — a gang gets together to exact revenge on the persons responsible for the deaths of loved ones — and infuses it with gorgeous violence, snappy dialogue, and a predominantly Black cast that includes  Regina King ,  Idris Elba ,  LaKeith Stanfield ,  Jonathan Majors ,  Delroy Lindo , and  Zazie Beetz . The result is a rollicking good time and one of the gosh dang coolest films you'll see.  -Allison Picurro   [ Trailer ]

For fans of: Couples therapy, violence, Noomi Rapace 

Aksel Hennie and Noomi Rapace, The Trip

Aksel Hennie and Noomi Rapace, The Trip

Year:  2021 Director:  Tommy Wirkola Stars:  Aksel Hennie, Noomi Rapace Genre:  Thriller, Comedy Rating:  NR Metacritic score:   n/a

This Norwegian dark comedy follows a couple (Aksel Hennie and Noomi Rapace ) who go to a remote cabin in an attempt to repair their dissolving relationship. Little do they know that they each plan to murder each other as their solution to their problems. Even littler do they know that others are out there in the wilderness to give them even more troubles. Spectacularly violent with humor as black as the night, The Trip is a trip. - Tim Surette   [ Trailer ]

For fans of: One-man plays, Jake Gyllenhaal, thrilling phone conversations

Jake Gyllenhaal, The Guilty

Jake Gyllenhaal, The Guilty

Year:  2021 Director:  Antoine Fuqua Stars:  Jake Gyllenhaal Genre:  Drama, Thriller Rating:  R Metacritic score:   63

Jake Gyllenhaal plays a cop sent to desk duty at a 9-1-1 call center and becomes embroiled in a case when a woman being held against her will calls to ask for help. An adaptation of a 2018 Danish film, The Guilty is the rare intense thriller without any action as it's mostly set in the call center with Jake on the phone and only voices coming from the other end. But director Antoine Fuqua and Gyllenhaal keep things mesmerizing. - Tim Surette   [ Trailer  | Review ]

The Father Who Moves Mountains

For fans of: Cinematography, the battle between sanity and madness, fast snow & slow burns

The Father Who Moves Mountains

Year:  2021 Director:  Daniel Sandu Stars:  Adrian Titieni, Bogdan Nechifor Genre:  Drama, Thriller Rating:  TV-MA Metacritic score:   n/a

This Romanian film follows a powerful man of means desperate to find his son after he goes missing on a mountain trek. It's not an action film, but rather a contemplative exploration of how far a man will go to save his son and at what cost to others. You'll understand why he does what he does, but you might not like him for it.  -Allison Picurro   [ Trailer ]

The Old Ways

For fans of: Witchcraft, Latin American demonology, creepy crawlies

The Old Ways

Year:  2020 Director:  Christopher Alender Stars:  Brigitte Kali, Andrea Cortés Genre:  Horror Rating:  R Metacritic score:   67

A young journalist goes deep into the jungles of Veracruz, Mexico, for a story on indigenous people who practice ancient witchcraft, only to be kidnapped by them when they believe she is possessed by a demon. It's full of terrifying imagery, as is expected, but it's the claustrophobia of being imprisoned that really drives the horror. On top of that, there are themes of cultural identity that take it to a smarter level than your typical horror film, and visually, it's aces. - Tim Surette   [ Trailer ]

Blood Red Sky

For fans of:  Monstrous surprises, small-space horror

Peri Baumeister and Carl Koch, Blood Red Sky

Peri Baumeister and Carl Koch, Blood Red Sky

Year:  2021 Director:  Peter Thorwarth Stars:  Carl Anton Koch, Peri Baumeister Genre:  Horror Rating:  R Metacritic score:   43

This German-English language action-forward horror film is set on a Transatlantic flight between Berlin and New York City that is besieged by hijackers. But they don't know that one of the passengers on board possesses supernatural powers, and will do anything to protect her young son, which sometimes means eating the bad guys. It's a taut thriller with a paranormal twist that's one of Netflix's better original horror films. - Tim Surette   [ Trailer ]

Bo Burnham: Inside

For fans of:  Existentialism, music

Bo Burnham: Inside

Year:  2021 Director:  Bo Burnham Stars:  Bo Burnham Genre:  Comedy, Musical Rating:  TV-MA Metacritic score:   98

Indie auteur  and  certified bad movie boyfriend   Bo Burnham  surprised his fans when he announced he had orchestrated a return to his comedic roots during the pandemic. With  Inside , which Burnham wrote, directed, and edited without a crew or an audience while stuck at home, he lets out his feelings through music, delivering a setlist of very catchy, very meme-worthy songs that have titles like "White Woman's Instagram" and "FaceTime with My Mom (Tonight)." The special gets in touch with the collective mood 2020 inspired in all of us -- the anguish, the despair, the horniness. Burnham's comedy has always touched on the existential, but he goes deeper than ever here. -Aliison Picurro   [ Trailer ]

For fans of: Realizing that the horrors of the past are still effecting the present

Pray Away

Year:  2021 Director:  Kristine Solakis Genre:  Documentary Rating:  PG-13 Metacritic score:   76

Ryan Murphy and Jason Blum executive produce this documentary about Exodus International, an Evangelical group formed in the '70s that claims it could turn gay people straight through prayer and conversion therapy. What's most interesting about this film is that it features interviews with ex-leaders who are now speaking out against the movement they were part of for so many years.  -Aliison Picurro   [ Trailer ]

For fans of: Eric Andre, the Sacha Baron Cohen effect

Eric Andre and Lil Rey Howery, Bad Trip

Eric Andre and Lil Rey Howery, Bad Trip

Year:  2021 Director:  Kitao Sakurai Stars:  Eric André, Lil Rel Howery Genre:  Comedy Rating:  R Metacritic score:   61

How in the world is  Bad Trip  as great as it is? There is no plausible reason why a prank movie was able to feel so fresh and hilarious in the year 2021, and yet here I am, writing about the greatness of  Bad Trip . It has a pretty loose plot (two listless best friends take a road trip so one can reunite with his high school crush), which is sort of unnecessary to the film's broad comedy, but does help with providing structure and emotional beats when needed. Anyway, that's not really why it's on this list.  Bad Trip  shines thanks to its many interactions with the unsuspecting public, who have no idea they're being filmed or that they're part of a movie. The way the film's stars, Eric Andre , Lil Rel Howery , and Tiffany Haddish , drag poor strangers into the bizarre world they've created and get them invested in their characters' fictional problems (a particularly memorable scene in which Haddish recruits the patrons of a restaurant into helping her track down Andre and Howery becomes an instant classic thanks to the passionate reaction from one woman), ends up producing the best comedic moments. Clocking in under 90 minutes,  Bad Trip  is a quick, wholeheartedly joyful watch.  -Aliison Picurro   [ Trailer ]

The Forty-Year-Old Version

For fans of:  The struggles of hitting the big 4-0, the artist's life

The Forty-Year-Old Version

Year:  2020 Director:  Kitao Sakurai Stars:  Radha Blank Genre:  Comedy Rating:  R Metacritic score:   80

Soon-to-be household name Radha Blank writes, directs, and stars in this poignant comedy about a playwright who is approaching her 40th birthday but still has nothing to show for it, even after winning a coveted "30 under 30" award nearly a decade before. To reinvent her life, she breaks into rapping, spitting rhymes from her unique viewpoint and fighting to stay true to her own artistic vision. - Tim Surette   [ Trailer ]

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

For fans of:  The Coen brothers, dark comedy

Tim Blake Nelson, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

Tim Blake Nelson, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

Year:  2018 Director:  Ethan Coen, Joel Coen Stars:  Tim Blake Nelson, Tom Waits, James Franco Genre:  Drama, Comedy Rating:  NR Metacritic score:   79

The Coen brothers strap on their spurs for this collection of short stories from the Wild West, all peppered with that trademark Coen absurdism made famous in their films Fargo and Raising Arizona . The stories range from a singing cowboy ( Tim Blake Nelson ) who's quick on the draw to a mumbling prospector ( Tom Waits ) tracked down by an opportunist to an outlaw ( James Franco ) who's no stranger to the gallows. It's a gorgeous film about opportunity in a land where there's nothing but opportunity.  -Tim Surette   [ Trailer ]

Da 5 Bloods

For fans of:  Spike Lee, being reminded that war is bad

Da 5 Bloods

Year:  2020 Director:  Spike Lee Stars:  Delroy Lindo, Clarke Peters, Isiah Whitlock, Jr., Chadwick Boseman, Norm Lewis Genre:  Drama Rating:  R Metacritic score:   82

Spike Lee 's latest is a sprawling drama split between two timelines: the first during the Vietnam War, where a group of Black soldiers band together, and the second during the present, where the surviving members, now aging veterans, return to the country in the hopes of recovering the remains of their fallen squad leader ( Chadwick Boseman , in one of his last performances) and locating the gold they buried years ago. It's a dazzling, stylized adventure, and the kind of movie that will make you walk away feeling like you learned something without skimping on character development.  -Aliison Picurro   [ Trailer ]

My Octopus Teacher

For fans of:  Unlikely friendships, cephalopods

My Octopus Teacher

Year:  2020 Director:  James Reed and Pippa Ehrlich Stars:  Craig Foster, Tom Foster Genre:  Documentary Rating:  NR Metacritic score:   82

This film about the intimate relationship between a man and his octopus won the Oscar for Best Documentary in 2021. Craig Foster, a diver, buddies up with an octopus in South Africa for a year, documenting her life as she sleeps, eats, and battles sharks. The whole experience teaches Foster about life and moves him to gain appreciation for humanity's relationship with nature, as well as form a closer bond with his son. The whole thing feels a little like a more wholesome version of Guillermo del Toro's  The   Shape of Water , but I'm not here to knock anyone who dares to explore interspecies friendships.  -Aliison Picurro   [ Trailer ]

The Trial of the Chicago 7

For fans of:  Aaron Sorkin's whole thing, watered down history

Trial of Chicago 7

Year:  2020 Director:  Aaron Sorkin Stars:  Sacha Baron Cohen, Eddie Redmayne, Jeremy Strong, John Carroll Lynch Genre:  Drama Rating:  R Metacritic score:   76

In 1969, a group of anti-war activists were charged with conspiring to start a riot at the Democratic National Convention, and in 2019,  Aaron Sorkin  told an extremely Hollywood version of their story. Although Sorkin really simplifies a lot of the more radical politics people like Abbie Hoffman ( Sacha Baron Cohen ) and Jerry Rubin ( Jeremy Strong ) actually had, a big, showy courtroom drama -- full of grandstanding and dramatic speeches and quippy dialogue -- is a perfect vehicle for his style. It's grounded by the performances of its sprawling, star-studded cast (which also includes  Mark Rylance ,  Frank Langella , and  Michael Keaton ) and the writing, which earned Sorkin a Best Original Screenplay nod at the Oscars, and it'll teach you something about the injustices of the American justice system, which, spoiler, has always been pretty bad!  -Aliison Picurro   [ Trailer ]

For fans of:  Haunted houses, immigrant horror stories

Wunmi Mosaku and Sope Dìrísù, His House

Wunmi Mosaku and Sope Dìrísù, His House

Year:  2020 Director:  Remi Weekes Stars:  Wunmi Mosaku, Sope Dirisu Genre:  Horror Rating:  TV-14 Metacritic score:   72

A refugee couple from South Sudan find their new housing in England is not what it seems in this chilling and stylish horror movie from writer-director  Remi Weekes . If you love ghosts and grief but are ready for a little more intensity,  His House  is a must-watch; it's a haunted house story that blends serious scares with thoughtful commentary on immigration and trauma. Plus, it's anchored by unmissable performances from stars  Wunmi Mosaku  and  Ṣọpẹ́ Dìrísù . - Kelly Connolly   [ Trailer ]

I Am Not Your Negro

For fans of:  Social justice, visual poetry, hard truths

I Am Not Your Negro

Year:  2016 Director:  Raoul Peck Genre:  Documentary Rating:  PG-13 Metacritic score:   95

Raoul Peck's 2016 documentary that's an adaptation of James Baldwin's manuscript about racism in America through the eyes of Black people -- specifically civil rights activists Martin Luther King Jr. Malcolm X, and Medgar Evans -- is a visual masterpiece with a clear message: America has failed the Black community. The powerful 2016 film brims with energy through old footage of segregation and current shots of protests in the streets in the wake of police violence against minorities. It's an essential watch to better understand America's shameful past and present. - Tim Surette   [ Trailer ]

For fans of:  Oscar winners, art films


Year:  2018 Director:  Alfonso Cuarón Stars:  Yalitza Aparicio, Marina de Tavira, Fernando Grediaga Genre:  Drama Rating:  R Metacritic score:   96

Sorry Mank , you aren't the best black-and-white film on Netflix. Not even close. Alfonso Cuaron 's 2018 personal tale of a housekeeper in Mexico to a wealthy Mexican family won Best Foreign Film, Best Director (Cuaron), and Best Cinematography (Cuaron) at the 91st Academy Awards, but could have won tons more. It's both quiet and epic in scope, balancing a fascinating relationship between a hard-working woman named Cleo and the family that relies on her, unforgettable shots involving hundreds of extras, and a sensitive story on life bubbling under the surface. – Tim Surette   [ Trailer ]

Homecoming: A Film By Beyoncé

For fans of: Beyoncé, of course… and who isn't?

Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé

Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé

Year:  2019 Director:  Beyoncé, Ed Burke Stars:  Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Kelly Rowland Genre:  Documentary, Music Rating:  NR Metacritic score:   93

I'm going to go out on a limb and say that Homecoming is perhaps the best, most impactful concert film of at least the past few years. This is Beyoncé at the absolute top of her game, showing not only her historic performance at Coachella 2018, but the emotionally and physically taxing preparation that led up to it. It's just a pleasure to watch, not only because Beyoncé's unparalleled work ethic and commitment to precision, but because of how dedicated she and her team of artists, dancers, and musicians were to making sure the performance was a celebration of Black culture. It's called Homecoming because of the way it evokes traditions made popular by homecoming concerts at Historically Black Colleges and Universities and it's maybe the most entertaining history lesson you'll ever get. Also, there's a pitch-perfect Destiny's Child reunion. We love to see it.  -Aliison Picurro   [ Trailer ]

The  To All the Boys I've Loved Before trilogy

For fans of: Teen rom-coms, John Hughes references

Noah Centineo and Lana Condor, To All the Boys: Always and Forever

Noah Centineo and Lana Condor, To All the Boys: Always and Forever

Year:  2018-2021 Director:  Susan Johnson Stars:  Lana Condor, Noah Centineo, Janel Parrish, Anna Cathcart Genre:  Comedy, Drama, Romance Rating:  TV-14 Metacritic score:   64

Based on Jenny Han's young adult trilogy,  To All the Boys I've Loved Before took the Netflix world by storm when it debuted in 2018. The teen rom-com stars Asian American actress  Lana Condor  as Lara Jean Covey, a hopelessly romantic high schooler who pens letters to all her crushes in order to get her abundance of emotions out. But when those love letters are mailed out to the crushes by her younger sister, she's mortified -- especially because one is delivered to her older sister's boyfriend, Josh ( Israel Broussard ). To cover up her feelings for Josh, Lara Jean begins fake dating the popular and charming Peter ( Noah Centineo ) -- another love letter recipient who wants to make his ex jealous -- but old feelings die hard.  To All the Boys I've Loved Before  has an inherent sweetness to it that calls back to classic '80s films like  Say Anything...  or  Sixteen Candles . Once you've finished it, check out its sequels,  P.S. I Still Love You , which introduces yet another recipient of Lara Jean's letters, and Always and Forever , the third and final film in the saga. - Kaitlin Thomas [ Trailer ]

Always Be My Maybe

For fans of: Keanu Reeves doing the most

Randall Park and Ali Wong, Always Be My Maybe

Randall Park and Ali Wong, Always Be My Maybe

Year:  2019 Director:  Nahnatchka Khan Stars:  Ali Wong, Randall Park, Keanu Reeves Genre:  Comedy, Romance Rating:  PG-13 Metacritic score:   64

Ali Wong  co-wrote this 2019 romantic comedy in which she stars as Sasha, a celebrity chef who returns home to San Francisco to open a new restaurant and runs into her former childhood friend, Marcus (co-writer  Randall Park ). The romantic chemistry from their teenage years still remains, and after she breaks off her engagement to her fiancé after he delays their wedding yet again, Sasha attempts to embark on a new relationship with Marcus. However, his fears and her fame -- and a great guest spot from  Keanu Reeves  -- create obstacles that first have to be overcome before true happiness can be found. - Kaitlin Thomas   [ Trailer ]

Before he got recruited by the Marvel machine, Taika Waititi made Hunt for the Wilderpeople , an adventure dramedy about a young delinquent ( Julian Dennison ) and his reluctant foster dad ( Sam Neill ) who, after a series of mishaps and misunderstandings, become the targets of a manhunt. They go into survival mode as they hide out in the New Zealand wilderness, running into a cast of oddball characters as they evade the police. As is the case with these things, the longer they stay out on their own, the closer they get. Waititi's signature comedic style is what makes the whole thing really shine.  -Aliison Picurro   [ Trailer ]

The Irishman

For fans of: Impressive de-aging CGI, looooong movies

Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Ray Romano, The Irishman

Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Ray Romano, The Irishman

Year:  2019 Director:  Martin Scorsese Stars:  Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci Genre:  Drama Rating:  R Metacritic score:   94

Martin Scorsese loves telling stories about almost-great men undone by their own hubris, and The Irishman is the latest example of that. A lot was made of its three-hour runtime, and its use of CGI to de-age its stars, Robert De Niro , Joe Pesci , and Al Pacino , but those aren't the only things this film has to offer. De Niro plays Frank Sheeran, the titular Irishman, who works as a hitman alongside Russell Bufalino (Pesci) and famous Teamster Jimmy Hoffa (Pacino), both of whom are tied to organized crime. It's an epic about power and betrayal, and contains easily the best performance De Niro's given in years.  -Aliison Picurro   [ Trailer ]

Marriage Story

For fans of: Laura Dern memes, Adam Driver memes, being sad

Laura Dern and Scarlett Johansson, Marriage Story

Laura Dern and Scarlett Johansson, Marriage Story

Year:  2019 Director:  Noah Baumbach Stars:  Adam Driver, Scarlett Johansson, Laura Dern, Ray Liotta Genre:  Drama Rating:  NR Metacritic score:   94

A marriage unravels in Noah Baumbach's latest, as Charlie ( Adam Driver ) and Nicole ( Scarlett Johansson ) try to keep themselves afloat during their divorce. Yes, there's definitely a lot movie going on in this movie emotionally, but isn't the most important takeaway that we got two great memes out of it? I think so.  -Aliison Picurro   [ Trailer ]

Dolemite Is My Name

For fans of: Underdog stories, Eddie Murphy doing something different

Eddie Murphy, Dolemite Is My Name

Eddie Murphy, Dolemite Is My Name

Year:  2019 Director:  Craig Brewer Stars:  Eddie Murphy, Chris Rock, Da'Vine Joy Randolph, Keegan-Michael Key Genre:  Drama, Comedy, Biography Rating:  R Metacritic score:   76

In 1970s Los Angeles, struggling musician-comedian Rudy Ray Moore ( Eddie Murphy ) decides to create a raunchy alter ego named Dolemite in effort to get noticed. The movie highlights the way, through his work, Moore was able to help pioneer rap as a musical genre, provides wider commentary on the blaxploitation phenomenon, and touches on some of Murphy's own feelings about the critics who have commented on his films. Spoiler: He doesn't care!  -Aliison Picurro   [ Trailer ]

Dick Johnson Is Dead

For fans of: Crying!

Dick Johnson Is Dead

Year:  2020 Director:  Kirsten Johnson Stars:  Dick Johnson, Kirsten Johnson Genre:  Documentary Rating:  PG-13 Metacritic score:   89

You should break out a box of tissues before checking out Kristen Johnson 's tender documentary about her father. When we're introduced to the 86-year-old Dick, the frightening, heartbreaking effects of his dementia are starting to show, marking what both Dick and Kristen accept to be the beginning of the end of his life. What makes this film unique is the way it blends fiction and reality: Kristen imagines ways for her dad to die that he gamely acts out, from falling down a flight of stairs to bleeding out from a head wound. The two have such an easy rapport that it's easy to laugh at their antics one minute and be horribly upset the next when Dick describes the pain of feeling his memory slip away from him in real time. It's a beautiful film quite unlike anything else.  -Aliison Picurro   [ Trailer ]

It should be said straight up that I'm Thinking of Ending Things ,  Charlie Kaufman 's haunting adaptation of Iain Reid's novel, is probably not for everyone. It's also not the kind of movie that will tell you exactly what it's about; it doesn't really follows a linear, cause-and-effect plot, and the story unfolds according to dream logic. I'll describe it in the best way I can, though: A woman ( Jessie Buckley ) goes on a trip with her boyfriend ( Jesse Plemons ) to visit his parents, all while she's considering breaking up with him. It only gets trippier from there! The only things that are really made clear to the audience is that the woman is a wholly unreliable narrator and nothing is as it seems. If you like your movies a little out there, this one's totally worth checking out.  -Aliison Picurro   [ Trailer ]

Ma Rainey's Black Bottom

For fans of: Great performances from great actors, monologues

Chadwick Boseman, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom

Chadwick Boseman,  Ma Rainey's Black Bottom

Year:  2020 Director:  George C. Wolfe Stars:  Chadwick Boseman, Viola Davis, Colman Domingo Genre:  Drama, Music Rating:  R Metacritic score:   87

Chadwick Boseman 's final film role was in this Netflix original, which is based on the Tony-nominated August Wilson play. Viola Davis stars as Ma Rainey, a powerhouse blues singer in 1927 Chicago who holds up a recording session to butt heads with her white manager, and Boseman plays a trumpeter in the recording session angling to get a foothold in the music business. On its own, it's a good film that has a lot to say about race and music ownership, but the performances from Davis and Boseman elevate it.  -Aliison Picurro   [ Trailer ]

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Netflix Added 30 New Movies and Series for November 1st, 2022

by Kasey Moore · @kasey__moore · Reading Time: 6 minutes Published: November 1st, 2022, 1:03 pm ET

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Pictured: The Addams Family, The Bad Guys, Mile 22 and Young Royals

It’s a new month, which means a big refresh of new titles on Netflix (or at least, a little refresh) with 24 new movies and 6 new TV series hitting the service in the United States for November 1st, 2022. 

Netflix did lose more titles than it added today, however. In total, Netflix added 30 additions while losing close to 90 titles (89 to be exact), meaning that Netflix had a net loss of around 60 titles.

Big removals included Leah Remini’s Scientology series, The Cat in the Hat , Despicable Me 2 , The Nightingale , The Next Karate Kid , Rock of Ages , This is 40, and A Series of Unfortunate Events .

November 1st never typically is a big haul for Netflix in terms of the number of new titles but this year is notably less than prior years:

  • November 1st, 2021 – 46 new titles
  • 2020 – 43 new titles
  • 2019 – 101 new titles
  • 2018 – 71 new titles

Full List of New Releases on Netflix for November 1st, 2022

24 new movies added today.

  • Addams Family Values (1993)  – PG-13 – English – Siblings Wednesday and Pugsley Addams will stop at nothing to get rid of Pubert, the new baby boy adored by parents Gomez and Morticia.
  • Attack on Finland (2021)  – TV-MA – Finnish – Leading a high-stakes hostage negotiation, security officer Max Tanner must make difficult decisions to save lives and protect the future of Europe.
  • Dennis the Menace (1993)  – PG – English – The bane of George’s life is a little boy named Dennis. But when a cunning thief attempts to rob George, Dennis may be the only one who can stop him.
  • Dolphin Tale (2011)  – PG – English – After losing its tail in a trap, an injured dolphin is nursed back to health by a sea of animal rescuers — and a lonely boy in need of a friend.
  • Man on a Ledge (2012)  – PG-13 – English – When a fugitive ex-cop threatens to jump from a high window ledge, psychologist Lydia Mercer suspects there’s more to the stunt than meets the eye.
  • Mile 22 (2018)  – R – English – An officer in a top-secret CIA unit leads his team in escorting a prized intelligence asset to safety, with enemy forces hot on their trail.

  • Moneyball (2011)  – PG-13 – English – Frustrated that his baseball team can’t afford big-money players, Oakland A’s general manager Billy Beane bets on a bold new strategy to change the game.
  • Notting Hill (1999)  – PG-13 – English – A chance encounter brings together reserved bookstore owner William Thacker and Hollywood icon Anna Scott, who forge an improbable romance.
  • Oblivion (2013)  – PG-13 – English – A drone technician sets out to unlock the secrets of a nearly-abandoned future Earth after finding a crashed spacecraft carrying a mysterious woman.
  • Still Alice (2014)  – PG-13 – English – A professor with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease faces the pain of losing her sense of self while trying to live and love her family in the moment.

  • The Addams Family (1991)  – PG-13 – English – The Addams family — Gomez, Morticia, Wednesday and Pugsley — welcome long-lost relation Fester back into the creepy, kooky and close-knit fold.
  • The Bad Guys (2022)  – PG – English – After a heist gone wrong, a wily wolf and his infamous crew of animal accomplices agree to become model citizens — or at least try to.

  • The Bodyguard (1992)  – R – English – A reserved former Secret Service agent begins to let down his guard when he’s hired to protect a fiery superstar from a dangerous stalker.
  • The Legend of Zorro (2005)  – PG – English – Zorro returns in this sequel to thwart a political conspiracy, win his wife back and be present for his son — while continuing to protect his identity.
  • The Little Rascals (1994)  – PG – English – As Alfalfa tries to charm Darla, a group of pint-sized mischief-makers land in all sorts of antics. Inspired by Hal Roach’s “Our Gang” series.
  • The Little Rascals Save the Day (2014)  – PG – English – After failing to raise enough money to save their grandma’s bakery, the Little Rascals’ last hope is winning the cash prize at a local talent contest.
  • The Mask of Zorro (1998)  – PG-13 – English – An aging Zorro recruits a protégé to inherit his mask by stopping the devious plan of a powerful landlord with whom they both have a personal grudge.
  • The Pink Panther (2006)  – PG – English – Bumbling Inspector Clouseau must solve the murder of a world-famous soccer coach and catch the thief who stole his priceless diamond ring.
  • The Pink Panther 2 (2009)  – PG – English – Steve Martin stars as bumbling inspector Jacques Clouseau, who joins an international team of detectives out to catch a thief taking priceless artifacts.
  • The Takeover (2022) Netflix Original  – TV-MA – Dutch – Framed for murder after uncovering a privacy scandal, an ethical hacker must evade the police while trying to track down the criminals blackmailing her.
  • Think Like a Man (2012)  – PG-13 – English – Four women set out to solve their relationship problems using advice from a best-selling book. But the men in their lives are less than cooperative.
  • To Russia with Love (2022)  – TV-14 – Filipino – As a devoted entrepreneur wins the affections of a free-spirited traveler, he must also win over her stern and disapproving father.
  • Training Day (2001)  – R – English – A rookie cop with one day to prove himself to a veteran LAPD narcotics officer receives a crash course in his mentor’s questionable brand of justice.
  • Up in the Air (2009)  – R – English – Ryan Bingham flies around the country firing employees on behalf of companies, but he faces losing the job he savors to recent college grad Natalie.

6 New TV Series Added Today

  • Gabby’s Dollhouse (Season 6) Netflix Original  – TV-Y – English – Cute cats, quirky crafts and colorful magic! Join kitty enthusiast Gabby and her sidekick Pandy Paws as they team up for a series of animated adventures.
  • Key & Peele (Seasons 1-3)  – TV-14 – English – Former “MADtv” cast members Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele join forces for this self-titled sketch comedy series that pokes fun at pop culture.
  • Molang (Seasons 1-4)  – TV-Y – English – An imaginative, big-hearted bunny and a playful chick explore the everyday joys of their pastel-colored world.
  • Robocar POLI Safety Series (Season 1)  – TV-Y – English – Keep an eye out for danger — the Robocar Poli rescue team is here to protect you and your community from harm at all times!
  • Top Gear (Season 31)  – TV-PG – English – A crew of car lovers tests the limits of luxury vehicles in this hit show that also features celebrities racing on a test track.
  • Young Royals (Season 2) Netflix Original  – TV-MA – Swedish – Prince Wilhelm adjusts to life at his prestigious new boarding school, Hillerska, but following his heart proves more challenging than anticipated.

Top 10s on Netflix for November 1st, 2022

Top 10 series on netflix for november 1st.

  • From Scratch
  • Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities
  • The Watcher
  • Love is Blind
  • I Am a Stalker
  • Drink Masters
  • Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story
  • The Bastard Son & the Devil Himself
  • Family Reunion

Top 10 Movies on Netflix for November 1st

  • The Good Nurse
  • All Quiet on the Western Front
  • The School for Good and Evil
  • Hotel Transylvania 2
  • Wild Is the Wind
  • The Chalk Line
  • Blade of the 47 Ronin
  • Wendell & Wild
  • The Curse of Bridge Hollow

For more on Netflix’s most popular titles around the world today, check out our top 10 hub .

What are you watching on Netflix today from the new releases? Let us know in the comments down below.

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Even with Netflix’s recommendation algorithm serving you new movies, new TV shows, and original programming tailored to your viewing habits, the streaming service’s firehose of content makes what’s coming and going difficult to parse.

October might be time for Halloween and all things spooky, but it’s also time to indulge in the joy of being a little kid again. And what’s a better way to do that than with the original Spy Kids trilogy? Just on the heels of Robert Rodriguez’s new entry to the franchise, the first three Spy Kids movies arrive to Netflix in the middle of October along with a lot of other new and returning titles, like Dune .

Editor’s pick: The Spy Kids movies

The kids from Spy Kids cross their arms and look skeptical

Kid-friendly movies that make kids the stars and indulge in zany fantasies did not originate with Spy Kids , but Spy Kids changed the game for two main reasons. One, it was in line with the popular genre movies of the time, and let kids be like the action heroes their parents were watching. And two, instead of making the movie look slick and grown-up, Rodriguez tapped right into a more garish and visually bright aesthetic. The result is childhood make-believe games come to life, with more budget than a Disney Channel Original Movie but the same ethos.

The original Spy Kids still holds up, and the sequels are both full of their own zany moments and quotable lines (and the A-Listers as villains and supporting grown-ups really help make them memorable). It’s time to get nostalgic — and maybe be Ingrid and-slash-or Gregorio Cortez for Halloween.

Available now

Ghost Detective (Netflix Games)

From Netflix: You’re a detective who’s been killed on the job. Now as a ghost, your mission is clear: Find hidden objects and solve puzzles to catch your own murderer.

Netflix Stories: Love Is Blind (Netflix Games)

From Netflix: Love Is Blind, Money Heist and more! Dive into familiar worlds in a whole new interactive way with Netflix Stories. Customize your character and choose your story: Will you enter the dating pods looking for romance in Love Is Blind?

Storyteller (Netflix Games)

From Netflix: Once upon a time — wait, what comes next again? Drag and drop fairy-tale characters onto the page to build surprising stories in this puzzle game.

Vikings: Valhalla (Netflix Games)

From Netflix: Earn your place among the gods in this strategy game based on the hit series. Build your settlement and lead raids against rivals to become a legend.

Available in October

ONEFOUR: Against All Odds (Netflix Documentary)

From Netflix: This documentary traces the meteoric rise of Australia’s first drill rap stars, defiant in the face of police’s efforts to stop them from performing.

Available Oct. 1

60 Days In: Season 4 A Beautiful Mind American Beauty Backdraft Casper Catch Me If You Can Cinderella Man Colombiana Drake & Josh: Seasons 1-3

Dune (2021)

Timothée Chalamet as Paul Atreides holding up a dagger in a desert valley in Dune

Elysium Forgetting Sarah Marshall Gladiator Hot Tub Time Machine Kung Fu Panda

Love Actually

liam neeson kneels in front of a young boy, urging him to confess to his crush

Margot at the Wedding Miss Juneteenth Mission: Impossible Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol Mission: Impossible II Mission: Impossible III My Best Friend’s Wedding Role Models Runaway Bride Saving Private Ryan Scarface Sex and the City 2 Sex and the City: The Movie The Adventures of Tintin

The Amazing Spider-Man The Amazing Spider-Man 2

Andrew Garfield in The Amazing Spider-Man

The Firm The House Bunny\ The Little Rascals (1994) War of the Worlds

Available Oct. 2

Strawberry Shortcake and the Beast of Berry Bog

Available Oct. 3

Beth Stelling: If You Didn’t Want Me Then (Netflix Comedy)

From Netflix: Comedian Beth Stelling is aging in dog years, camping with a fake husband and monitoring her dad’s raccoon army in this slyly laid-back stand-up special.

Available Oct. 4

Beckham (Netflix Documentary)

From Netflix: Beckham , a four-part documentary series, tells the inside story of a global football star and cultural icon. David Beckham is one of the most known names on the planet, yet few people know who he really is. From his humble working-class beginnings in east London, his drive and determination to win, and the battle to find balance between ambition, love and family, David’s story is one of immense ups and downs. The series takes you on that rollercoaster and builds a surprising, personal and definitive story of one of the most recognisable and scrutinised athletes of all time.

In Beckham , Academy Award-winner Fisher Stevens (Palmer, And We Go Green, The Cove) along with Academy Award and Emmy Award-winning producer John Battsek (One Day in September, Searching for Sugar Man, Winter on Fire) are granted unprecedented access to David, his wife Victoria, his family, his friends and his team-mates. The result is an intimate portrait of a man as well as a chronicle of late-modern sports and celebrity culture.

Keys to the Heart (Netflix Film)

From Netflix: Troubled and alone, a boxer moves in with his long-lost mother and autistic pianist brother — but must fit in with a family he hasn’t known for years.

Race to the Summit (Netflix Documentary)

From Netflix: Fearless alpine climbers Ueli Steck and Dani Arnold enter into a death-defying rivalry to set speed records on the Swiss Alps’ great north faces.

Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber : Season 1

Available Oct. 5

Everything Now (Netflix Series)

From Netflix: After months in recovery for an eating disorder, 16-year-old Mia devises a bucket list of quintessential teen experiences to make up for lost time.

Khufiya (Netflix Film)

From Netflix: When a mole in an intelligence unit leads to the murder of an undercover spy, a hardened agent relentlessly pursues him to avenge the death.

Lupin : Part 3 (Netflix Series)

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From Netflix: As the media and police look to Claire and Raoul, an on-the-run Assane schemes to protect them from afar — but old foes are eager to thwart his plans.

Available Oct. 6

A Deadly Invitation (Netflix Film)

From Netflix: A true crime enthusiast is ensnared in her high-society sister’s murder. With a villa full of posh suspects, it’s up to her to find the culprit.

Ballerina (Netflix Film)

From Netflix: Grieving the loss of a best friend she couldn’t protect, an ex-bodyguard sets out to fulfill her dear friend’s last wish: sweet, sweet revenge.

Fair Play (Netflix Film)

From Netflix: An unexpected promotion at a cutthroat hedge fund pushes a couple’s romance to the brink, threatening to unravel far more than their recent engagement.

Available Oct. 7

Strong Girl Nam-soon (Netflix Series)

From Netflix: Gifted with superhuman strength, a young woman returns to Korea to find her birth family — only to be entangled in a drug case that could test her power.

Available Oct. 9

Blippi’s Big Dino Adventure

Stranded with my Mother-in-Law (Netflix Series)

From Netflix: To win a life-changing prize, couples embark on a journey to an earthly paradise and confront challenges... with the assistance of their mothers-in-law.

Available Oct. 10

DI4RIES: Season 2 Part 1 (Netflix Series)

From Netflix: A new year of school is ahead, and the friends are now in a new 3D class. As feelings and relationships are tested, can they manage to stick together?

Last One Standing: Season 2 (Netflix Series)

From Netflix: Lights, camera, action! The hit comedy competition wrapped in a scripted drama returns. Who will survive to earn the title of Last One Standing?

Available Oct. 11

Big Vape: The Rise and Fall of Juul (Netflix Documentary)

From Netflix: Juul was the fastest-growing company in history. Now, they’re a cautionary tale. Based on the book Big Vape: The Incendiary Rise of Juul by TIME Health Correspondent Jamie Ducharme, and directed by R.J. Cutler (Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry; Belushi), this four-part docuseries unpacks twenty years of Silicon Valley innovation, influence, and insanity to explain the spectacular flameout of the vaping device that almost changed everything.

A woman waits in a swimming pool in It Follows

Once Upon a Star (Netflix Film)

From Netflix: In 1970, a cinema projection troupe faces roadblocks as they journey across Thailand to entertain eager audiences by live-dubbing beloved films.

Pact of Silence (Netflix Series)

From Netflix: A big-time social media influencer plunges headfirst into the lives of four women fueled by a thirst for the truth about her birth — and revenge.

Available Oct. 12

Deliver Us from Evil

The Fall of the House of Usher (Netflix Series)

(L-R) Daniel Jun as Julius, Rahul Kohli as Napoleon Usher screaming in a robe covered in blood in The Fall of the House of Usher.

From Netflix: To secure their fortune — and future — two ruthless siblings build a family dynasty that begins to crumble when their heirs mysteriously die, one by one.

GOOD NIGHT WORLD (Netflix Anime)

From Netflix: Four miserable members of a dysfunctional household have no idea that they’ve formed a happy family unit in an immersive VR game — with each other.

LEGO Ninjago: Dragons Rising: Season 1: Part 2 (Netflix Family)

The key to stopping the MergeQuakes from reaching their tipping point lies in the Dragon Cores. Can the Ninja find all three before it’s too late?

Available Oct. 13

The Conference (Netflix Film)

From Netflix: A ragtag group of public sector employees battle not only their own discord but also a bloodthirsty killer during a seemingly innocuous retreat.

Ijogbon (Netflix Film)

Four teenagers from a rural village in South–West Nigeria stumble upon a pouch of uncut diamonds — but before long, others come looking for the bounty.

Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams

Spy Kids 3: Game Over

Available Oct. 15

Camp Courage (Netflix Documentary)

From Netflix: In this documentary, a girl displaced by the war in Ukraine heads to a summer camp in the Alps with her grandmother, testing the limits of her bravery.

Available Oct. 16

Oggy Oggy: Season 3 (Netflix Family)

From Netflix: Kind and curious kitty Oggy Oggy wants to spread joy to all his friends and neighbors. But sometimes, he gets into playful mischief instead. Miaow!

Available Oct. 17

The Devil on Trial (Netflix Documentary)

From Netflix: The Devil on Trial explores the first – and only – time “demonic possession” has officially been used as a defense in a U.S. murder trial. Including firsthand accounts of alleged devil possession and a shocking murder, this extraordinary story forces reflection on our fear of the unknown.

Heather McMahan: Son I Never Had (Netflix Comedy)

​​A new stand-up comedy special from Heather McMahan.

I Woke Up A Vampire (Netflix Series)

From Netflix: On her 13th birthday, Carmie discovers that she’s actually half human, half vampire — and that mythical powers make middle school way more complicated.

Silver Linings Playbook

Available Oct. 18

Kaala Paani (Netflix Series)

From Netflix: When a mysterious illness descends upon the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, a desperate fight for survival collides with a race to find a cure.

Available Oct. 19

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Bodies (Netflix Series)

From Netflix: Four detectives. Four timelines. One victim. In order to save the future, they’ll need to solve the murder that altered the course of history first.

Captain Laserhawk: A Blood Dragon Remix (Netflix Anime)

From Netflix: Branded an enemy of the state, a cyborg supersoldier struggles to find a cause worth fighting for in a dystopian society where nothing is what it seems.

Crashing Eid (Netflix Series)

From Netflix: When Razan’s British Pakistani fiance crashes her Saudi family’s Eid celebrations, she attempts to convince them that he is a suitable match.

Crypto Boy (Netflix Film)

From Netflix: Following a dispute with his father, a young man falls prey to cryptocurrency’s allure and an entrepreneur’s audacious promises of financial freedom.

Ghost Hunters: Seasons 8-9

Neon (Netflix Series)

From Netflix: An aspiring reggaeton star and his best friends move to Miami on a mission, weathering roadblocks and reality checks together in their quest for success.

Available Oct. 20

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Big Mouth: Season 7 (Netflix Series)

From Netflix: Season seven of Emmy Award winning Big Mouth follows the now teenage students of Bridgeton middle school as they make their way to high school. Change is the only constant as our characters are faced with a new school, new friends, new adversaries, and new Hormone Monsters. The penultimate season of Big Mouth premieres globally on October 20, 2023.

Creature (Netflix Series)

From Netflix: When tragedy befalls a reckless scientist in Ottoman-era Istanbul, his student uses untested methods to finish his work — with devastating consequences.

Disco Inferno (Netflix Film)

From Netflix: A young couple conjures a dark presence that hungers for their unborn baby as they prepare to burn up the dance floor at LA’s hottest disco.

Doona! (Netflix Series)

From Netflix: A college student navigates life and school while dealing with a unique predicament — he’s living with a beautiful former K-pop idol.

Elite: Season 7 (Netflix Series)

From Netflix: Omar is back. Iván has a broken heart. Isadora deals with her dangerous family. Is it possible for the students at Las Encinas to trust one another?

Flashback (Netflix Film)

From Netflix: A yoga teacher’s life flashes before her eyes during a deadly home invasion, sending her on a desperate race through her past to save the man she loves.

Kandasamys: The Baby (Netflix Film)

From Netflix: The in-laws head to Mauritius for the birth of their grandchild and stir up comic trouble in this fourth installment of the Kandasamy franchise.

Old Dads (Netflix Film)

From Netflix: Three best friends become fathers later in life and find themselves battling preschool principals, millennial CEOs and anything created after 1987.

Surviving Paradise (Netflix Series)

From Netflix: An addictive new reality competition series.

Vjeran Tomic: The Spider-Man of Paris (Netflix Documentary)

From Netflix: In his own words, the burglar behind the 2010 robbery of the Paris Museum of Modern Art tells how he pulled off the biggest art heist in French history.

Available Oct. 23

Princess Power: Season 2 (Netflix Family)

From Netflix: When there’s trouble in the Fruitdoms, these princess pals jump in to help each other — because sometimes problems are too big for just one princess!

Available Oct. 24

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Get Gotti ( Netflix Documentary)

From Netflix: Told from both sides of the law, this documentary from the makers of “Fear City” follows the FBI’s battle to bring down mob infamous boss, John Gotti.

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Pete Holmes: I Am Not For Everyone (Netflix Comedy)

From Netflix: Comedian Pete Holmes delivers a feel-good stand-up set on his awkward post-prostate exam hug, a devilish Midwest meeting and his mom’s voicemail glitches.

Available Oct. 25

Absolute Beginners (Netflix Series)

From Netflix: Two lifelong teenage friends enjoying summer at the beach meet a handsome, aspiring pro athlete who they try to cast in their sensual short film.

Burning Betrayal (Netflix Film)

From Netflix: In this adaptation of Sue Hecker’s novel, an accountant sees her fiance’s betrayal as an opportunity for a sexual awakening, with dangerous consequences.

Life on Our Planet (Netflix Documentary)

From Netflix: This is the story of life’s epic battle to conquer and survive on planet Earth. Today there are 20 million species on our planet, yet what we see is just a snapshot in time — 99% of earth’s inhabitants are lost to our deep past. The story of what happened to these dynasties — their rise and their fall – is truly remarkable. In partnership with Industrial Light & Magic, the series uses the latest technology and science to bring long extinct creatures back to life. Narrated by Morgan Freeman and from executive producer Steven Spielberg and the Emmy® Award winning team behind Our Planet, this is the story of Life on Our Planet.

The UnXplained with William Shatner: Season 3

Available Oct. 26

PLUTO (Netflix Anime)

The robot detective protagonist of Pluto stares wide-eyed at something off screen in a trailer preview for Netflix’s animated adaptation of the popular manga series

From Netflix: When the world’s seven most advanced robots and their human allies are murdered one by one, inspector Gesicht soon discovers that he’s also in danger.

Available Oct. 27

Pain Hustlers (Netflix Film)

From Netflix: Liza Drake (Emily Blunt) is a blue-collar single mom who has just lost her job and is at the end of her rope. A chance meeting with pharmaceutical sales rep Pete Brenner (Chris Evans) puts her on an upwards trajectory economically but dubious path ethically as she becomes entangled in a dangerous racketeering scheme. Dealing with her increasingly unhinged boss (Andy Garcia), the worsening medical condition of her daughter (Chloe Coleman), and a growing awareness of the devastation the company is causing forces Liza to examine her choices. Pain Hustlers is a sharp and revealing look at what some people do out of desperation and others do out of greed. The film is directed by BAFTA award winner David Yates, produced by Lawrence Grey, and also starring Catherine O’Hara, Jay Duplass and Brian d’Arcy James.

Sister Death (Netflix Film)

From Netflix: After a miraculous childhood, Narcisa becomes a novice and starts teaching girls in a former convent haunted by a disturbing presence.

Tore (Netflix Series)

From Netflix: An immature and aimless 27-year-old throws himself into an unknown world of sex, drugs and self-discovery after his closest companion’s death.

Yellow Door: ‘90s Lo-fi Film Club (Netflix Documentary)

From Netflix: This intimate documentary explores a bygone era of cinematic passion and the emergence of young film enthusiasts in South Korea, including Bong Joon-ho.

Available Oct. 28

Castaway Diva (Netflix Series)

From Netflix: Fifteen years after being stranded on a remote island, an aspiring singer reenters society — stopping at nothing to pursue her dream of becoming a diva.

Available Oct. 29

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Available Oct. 31

Ralph Barbosa: Cowabunga (Netflix Comedy)

From Netflix: A new stand-up comedy special from Ralph Barbosa.

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Netflix November 2023 Schedule: New TV Shows & Movies Lineup

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The Netflix November 2023 schedule has been revealed. This confirms all of the new TV shows and movies coming to the streaming service for the new month.

All TV shows and movies coming to Netflix in November 2023

  • 13 Going on 30
  • 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi
  • 60 Days In, Season 5
  • The Addams Family (1991)
  • The Big Lebowski
  • The Change-Up
  • Drag Me to Hell
  • Hurricane Season
  • Love in the Wild, Season 1
  • Madea’s Family Reunion
  • The Mummy (2017)
  • Mysteries of the Faith
  • Nuovo Olimpo
  • Paul Blart: Mall Cop
  • Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2
  • Pitch Perfect
  • The Scorpion King
  • Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
  • Sherlock Gnomes
  • Six Feet Under, Seasons 1–5
  • Sixteen Candles
  • The Social Network
  • Till Murder Do Us Part: Soering vs. Haysom
  • Victorious, Season 3
  • All the Light We Cannot See
  • Cigarette Girl
  • Higuita: The Way of the Scorpion
  • Unicorn Academy
  • Blue Eye Samurai
  • Daily Dose of Sunshine
  • Erin & Aaron, Season 1
  • Ferry: The Series
  • Selling Sunset, Season 7
  • The Tailor, Season 3
  • Vacaciones de Verano
  • The Amazing Race, Seasons 17 and 31
  • Insidious: The Red Door
  • Lopez vs. Lopez, Season 1
  • Face Off, Seasons 4–5
  • The Improv: 60 and Still Standing
  • The Billionaire, the Butler, and the Boyfriend
  • The Claus Family 3
  • Cyberbunker: The Criminal Underworld
  • Escaping Twin Flames
  • Robbie Williams
  • Temple of Film: 100 Years of the Egyptian Theatre

November 10

  • At the Moment
  • Team Ninja Warrior, Season 2

November 11

  • Laguna Beach, Season 3

November 14

  • Criminal Code
  • How to Become a Mob Boss
  • The Netflix Cup: Swing to Survive
  • Suburræterna

November 15

  • First Wives Club, Seasons 1–3
  • Matt Rife: Natural Selection
  • Million Dollar Decorators, Season 1

November 16

  • Best. Christmas. Ever!
  • The Crown, Season 6, Part 1
  • Downton Abbey
  • In Love and Deep Water
  • Lone Survivor

November 17

  • All-Time Hig
  • CoComelon Lane
  • The Queenstown Kings
  • Sagrada Familia, Season 2
  • Scott Pilgrim Takes Off
  • Stamped from the Beginning

November 20

  • Shahs of Sunset, Seasons 1–2

November 21

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  • Crime Diaries: The Celebrity Stylist
  • High on the Hog: How African American Cuisine Transformed America, Season 2
  • Squid Game: The Challenge (New episodes released weekly, through Dec. 6)

November 23

  • Love Island USA, Season 3

November 24

  • A Nearly Normal Family
  • I Don’t Expect Anyone to Believe Me
  • Last Call for Istanbul
  • Wedding Games

November 27

  • Go Dog Go, Season 4

November 28

  • Comedy Royale
  • Love Like a K-Drama
  • Verified Stand-Up

November 29

  • American Symphony
  • Bad Surgeon: Love Under the Knife

November 30

  • The Bad Guys: A Very Bad Holiday
  • Family Switch
  • Obliterated
  • School Spirits, Season 1
  • Virgin River, Season 5, Part 2

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While there’s little doubt that we’ve been living these last few years in a Golden Age of Television, the fact of the matter is that as great as television shows are, sometimes you’re just in the mood for a nifty, self-contained story that won’t eat up days (weeks? months? YEARS?) of your life. Enter … drum roll please … THE MOVIES! Netflix has a wide assortment of some of the best movies ever produced, movies that run the gamut from high-concept action-adventure epics to low-key romantic comedies. No matter what you’re in the mood for —an insightful documentary, a pulse-pounding thriller, an uproarious comedy, a superhero origin story, or an Academy Award-winning masterpiece— Netflix has something you’re looking for.

Instead of blowing 25 minutes aimlessly flipping through Netflix’s endless rows of tiny tiles, take a look at Decider’s highly curated and constantly updated list of the 50 Best Movies on Netflix Right Now (updated for November 2023). We guarantee you’ll find something you’ll love, whether you’re watching by yourself, with some friends, your family, or with a hot date (that will hopefully end with some Netflix and Chill).

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‘glass onion: a knives out mystery’ (2022).

DIRECTOR: Rian Johnson STARS: Daniel Craig, Edward Norton, Janelle Monaé RATING: PG-13

Benoit Blanc is back and better than before in Glass Onion , Rian Johnson’s sequel to the phenomenon of Knives Out . This whodunit is bigger and smarter than the first, building on its successes while offering something that feels different and more incisive. It may well be Netflix’s smartest investment to date from their original films.

Watch Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery on Netflix

‘Role Models’ (2008)

DIRECTOR: David Wain STARS: Paul Rudd, Seann William Scott, Elizabeth Banks RATING: R

Role Models is in a rare echelon of movies that I’ve had to pause multiple times at home. And that’s not so people can go to the bathroom, mind you, that’s so people have time to catch their breath between belly laughs that last a distractingly large amount of time. The comedy flies fast and furious in David Wain’s film about two energy-drink salesmen doing court-ordered mentorship of children. Be it in the form pithy one-liners or a hold on Paul Rudd’s skeptical scowl just a second longer than you think it should, there’s always more to discover here.

Watch Role Models on Netflix

'Falling Inn Love' (2019)

DIRECTOR: Roger Kumble CAST: Christina Milian, Adam Demos, Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman RATING: TV-PG

A classic entry into the B-rom-com genre Netflix has embraced over the last few years,  Falling Inn Love  follows city girl executive Gabriela (Milian) as she decides to leave everything behind after she enters a contest and wins a picturesque New Zealand inn. When she arrives, she realizes that the inn needs a lot more love than she expected, however, and she enlists the help of a charming contractor to flip it. You can probably guess where things go from there, but  Falling Inn Love  is a pleasantly surprising step above the tired drivel typical of its genre peers.

Stream  Falling Inn Love  on Netflix

‘Catch Me If You Can’ (2002)

DIRECTOR: Steven Spielberg STARS: Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hanks, Christopher Walken RATING: PG-13

Leonardo DiCaprio’s career has been laser-focused on shedding the “Tiger Beat” teen idol trappings that followed him after Titanic , so much so that he almost never allows himself to have fun on-screen in the name of being taken seriously. But every once in a while, he finds an excuse to cut loose like he does in Catch Me If You Can . Like a mid-century forebearer to today’s audacious scammers, DiCaprio’s Frank Abagnale Jr. cuts quite a trail of fraud and deception as he cons his way into three different professions with the FBI hot on his trail. He’s forging checks, breaking hearts, and proving irresistibly watchable.

Watch Catch Me If You Can on Netflix

'Invader ZIM: Enter The Florpus' (2019)

DIRECTOR: Hae Young Jung, Young Kyun Park, Jhonen Vasquez CAST: Richard Steven Horvitz, Rosearik Rikki Simons, Andy Berman RATING: TV-Y7-FV

A continuation of the beloved animated TV series that aired on Nickelodeon and Nicktoons in the early aughts,  Invader ZIM: Enter the Florpus  reunites us with ZIM as he discovers the Almighty leaders who left him on Earth have no plans to join him in invading the planet. With his confidence shot and his future uncertain, a defeated ZIM finally gives himself up to his arch nemesis Dib – but he quickly realizes all may not be lost after all, and hatches a plan to get his leaders to visit him.

Stream  Invader ZIM: Enter the Florpus  on Netflix

‘Silver Linings Playbook’ (2012)

DIRECTOR: David O. Russell STARS: Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, Robert De Niro RATING: R

I cannot deny that there is something a little too simplistic, and borderline problematic, about the way Silver Linings Playbook boils down to “love can overcome mental illness.” Yet I also cannot deny the way my heart swoons at this tender romance … nor the way the corners of my mouth curl into a grand smile. The aching, vulnerable performances of Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence as two newly single people connecting because of and through their brokenness make David O. Russell’s deeply personal film shine like gold.

Watch Silver Linings Playbook on Netflix

'Blue Jay' (2016)

DIRECTOR: Alex Lehmann CAST: Mark Duplass, Sarah Paulson RATING: TV-MA

Sarah Paulson and Mark Duplass star as former high school sweethearts in Blue Jay , a haunting tale of lost love and regrets shot in beautiful black-and-white. After a chance encounter in a grocery store, the two reflect on the connection between them that still stands, all the woulda-coulda-shouldas, and one pivotal event that they can’t quite move past. A devastating, bittersweet examination of choices and their complicated aftermath, Blue Jay is a memorable drama you won’t want to miss.

Stream  Blue Jay  on Netflix

'A Secret Love' (2020)

DIRECTOR:  Chris Bolan CAST:   Terry Donahue, Pat Henschel RATING: TV-14

If you don’t cry your way through  A Secret Love , there’s probably something wrong with you. The Netflix documentary tells the story of two women, Terry Donahue and Pat Henschel, who dated for almost 70 years before coming out to their families in 2013. It’s impossible not to tear up as Terry and Pat recount their epic love story — which begins with a nod to the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League depicted in  A League of Their Own  — and by the time they finally tie the knot in an emotional, family-oriented ceremony, viewers will be full-on blubbering. —  Claire Spellberg

Watch A Secret Love on Netflix

'Mank' (2020)

DIRECTOR:  David Fincher CAST:   Gary Oldman, Amanda Seyfried, Charles Dance RATING: R

Before you watch  Mank   on Netflix, you should lower your expectations just a smidge. It’s not quite the grand-slam you might expect from a David Fincher-director biopic about Citizen Kan e screenwriter Herman Mankiewicz that’s been nominated for 10 Oscars. That said, there are many, many reasons to stream Mank : the gorgeous cinematography, the Old Hollywood references, the pitch-perfect soundtrack from Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, and an Oscar-worthy performance from Amanda Seyfried.

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'Set It Up' (2018)

DIRECTOR: Claire Scanlon CAST: Zoey Deutch, Glen Powell, Taye Diggs, Lucy Liu RATING: TV-14

Zoey Deutch and Glen Powell cement themselves as rom-com staples right away in this instant classic. This rom-com follows two assistants who team up to play matchmaker in secret for their respective bosses (Liu and Diggs). Their planned shenanigans and attempts at filling Cupid’s shoes may not always work out for their tightly-wound bosses, but as we might expect from any great rom-com, our dynamic duo can’t help but fall for each other (and charm us!) in the process.

Stream  Set It Up  on Netflix

‘The Little Rascals’ (1994)

DIRECTOR: Penelope Spheeris STARS: Travis Tedford, Bug Hall, Brittany Ashton Holmes RATING: PG

There’s something uniquely joyous about what Penelope Spheeris pulls off with her big-screen version of The Little Rascals . It’s a story about young boys and girls humorously ensconced in firm ideas of gender separation features what seems like juvenile humor … at least from how it generates giggles from young audiences. But there’s actually a deceptive amount of variety and sophistication at play in the film’s comedic stylings. Whether you’re maturing into what lies below the surface of this family favorite or discovering it for the first time, you’ll find something far more than lowest common denominator fare.

Watch The Little Rascals on Netflix

'Fear Street Part 1: 1994' (2021)

DIRECTOR: Leigh Janiak CAST: Kiana Madiera, Olivia Welch RATING: R

Attention queer women horror lovers (I know there are many of you):  Fear Street Part 1: 1994  on Netflix is not only a fun, gory, R-rated adaptation of the R.L. Stine book series, it’s also a super cute lesbian love story. The very charming  Kiana Madeira stars as a teen girl in the ’90s named Deena, who recently broke up with her girlfriend Sam (Olivia Welch), after Sam transferred from the downtrodden Shadyside High to their affluent rivals, Sunnyvale. But soon the girls have more to worry about than drama and rivalries when a masked killer starts terrorizing their friends. It’s a nostalgic throwback for ’90s kids that will also no doubt appeal to the horror-loving subset of Gen Z. And be sure to check out Parts 2 and 3, also on Netflix.

Stream Fear Street Part 1: 1994

'The Old Guard' (2020)

DIRECTOR: Gina Prince-Bythewood CAST: Charlize Theron RATING: R

The Old Guard is one of Netflix’s most popular original films ever. Veteran director Gina Prince-Bythewood jumped from Love and Basketball  and  The Secret Life of Bees  to a visually dynamic genre that’s superhero-adjacent, proving herself capable of bringing refreshing textures to a medium-to-large-ish-budget mainstream venture.

Watch The Old Guard on Netflix

'Mascots' (2016)

DIRECTOR:  Christopher Guest CAST: Jane Lynch, Parker Posey, Fred Willard, Ed Begley Jr., Christopher Moynihan, Don Lake, Zach Woods, Chris O’Dowd RATING: TV-MA

Little known secret:  Christopher Guest made a new mockumentary in 2016, it’s streaming on Netflix as an original film, and it’s excellent. From the same guy who brought you Best In Show  and  This Is Spinal Tap ,  Mascots  proves that Guest undeniably still got it. In what is essentially the same premise as  Best In Show  with sports’ team mascots, Guest brings back his longtime favorites—Jane Lynch, Parker Posey, Ed Begley Jr., Jennifer Coolidge, Don Lake, and the late, great Fred Willard—as well as a few new faces like Zach Woods, Sarah Baker, and Chris O’Dowd. The inside jokes for long-time fans are fun (including Guest reprising his role as Corky St. Clair from  Waiting for Guffman ), but like many of Guest’s movies, he saves the best for the very end. The final mascot competition is laugh-out-loud hysterical—a Eurovision parody four years before Will Ferrell did it. Just until you see the pencil sharpener act.

Watch Mascots on Netflix

‘American Beauty’ (1999)

DIRECTOR: Sam Mendes STARS: Kevin Spacey, Annette Bening, Thora Birch RATING: R

American Beauty is something of a punching bag for the film literate now, but guess what? Try as Kevin Spacey might to make this movie unwatchable (it is incredibly icky), this dark suburban satire is still resonant and riveting. This pitch-perfect distillation of a late-‘90s ethos treats the upper-middle class anxieties with the scorn and sincerity they deserve. It’s so obviously reaching for profundity, and you may be surprised how much it manages to grasp in spite of itself.

Watch American Beauty on Netflix

'Always Be My Maybe' (2019)

DIRECTOR: Nahnatchka Khan CAST: Ali Wong, Randall Park, Keanu Reeves, Daniel Dae Kim RATING: PG-13

One of the best rom-coms of the last decade,  Always Be My Maybe  tells the story of childhood friends Marcus (Park) and Sasha (Wong), who lose touch in their teenage years after they have sex. 16 years later; Sasha, now a celebrity chef, is engaged to a successful restauranteur (Kim), and Marcus plays in a small-time band and works for his dad. After Marcus and his father are inadvertently hired to install air conditioning in Sasha’s temporary home, the two rekindle their friendship and sparks begin to fly again – but not without a few obstacles (and Keanu Reeves) that attempt to put them out in the process.

Stream  Always Be My Maybe  on Netflix

‘Chicken Run’ (2000)

DIRECTORS: Peter Lord, Nick Park STARS: Mel Gibson, Julia Sawalha, Miranda Richardson RATING: G

Is it possible that the best prison escape movie is a stop-motion film about chickens fleeing a poultry farm? I don’t make the rules, but Chicken Run is both a fantastic parody of the genre’s classics and an entertaining adventure in its own right. The ingenuity of these chickens trying to quite literally fly the coop very nearly matches that of the claymation animators who made every painstaking frame of the film possible.

Watch Chicken Run on​​ Netflix

'The Mitchells Vs. The Machines' (2021)

DIRECTOR: Mike Rianda and Jeff Rowe CAST: Abbi Jacobson, Danny McBride, Maya Rudolph, Eric André, Olivia Colman, Fred Armisen, Beck Bennett, John Legend, Chrissy Teigen, Blake Griffin, and Conan O’Brien RATING: PG

Netflix’s new animated movie about a dysfunctional family who saves the world from a robot uprising delivers all of the brilliant laughs you’ve come to expect from a Phil Lord and Chris Miller joint, who produced the film. The characters are rich, the themes are timely, and the animation style is too much fun. And get ready to cry—the ending knows exactly how to tug on your heartstrings. The Mitchells Vs. The Machines  might just be the best Netflix animated film to date.

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'The Irishman' (2019)

DIRECTOR:  Martin Scorsese CAST:   Robert De Niro, Ray Liotta, Joe Pesci RATING: R

Martin Scorsese’s latest film is a quiet masterpiece, worthy of being ranked with such classics as  Goodfellas  and  Casino . The 3 and-a-half hour crime drama reunites the auteur with frequent collaborators Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci and Harvey Keitel and marks the first time Scorsese has worked with Al Pacino. Based on Charles Brandt’s book  I Heard You Paint Houses , the mob epic chronicles the life of Frank “The Irishman” Sheeran, who went from war veteran to truck driver/hit man for Russell Bufalino and the Philadelphia crime family to one of Jimmy Hoffa’s most trusted friends. Expansive, violent, gripping, and poignant,  The Irishman  proves that the worst fate that can befall a gangster is to live to be an old man.— Karen Kemmerle

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'Homecoming: A Film By Beyoncé' (2019)

DIRECTOR: Beyoncé, Ed Burke CAST: Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, Blue Ivy Carter, Solange RATING: TV-MA

This career-defining film from Beyoncé Knowles-Carter may be defined as a “concert film”, but it is much, much more than that. Seamlessly blending beautifully-edited footage from her Coachella performances with behind-the-scenes segments that offer a glimpse into why Beyoncé is the legend she is,  Homecoming  stands alone. It’s simultaneously awe-inspiring, exciting, moving, tense, and personal, and indicative of the work ethic that has made her a household name around the world.

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‘Arrival’ (2016)

DIRECTOR: Denis Villeneuve STARS: Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner, Forest Whitaker RATING: PG-13

“I used to think this was the beginning of your story,” begins Amy Adams’ Dr. Louise Banks at the opening of Arrival . It’s a perfect and poetic opening to a film that gently asks us to reconsider the very notion of time as an ordering principle of human life. Denis Villeneuve’s unconventional alien invasion movie is as brainy as it is beautiful and bold. It’s a startling thing to encounter: a movie that asks us not to fear unknown arrivals but to learn from them.

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‘Dune’ (2021)

DIRECTOR: Denis Villeneuve STARS: Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac RATING: PG-13

Desert POWER! It feels like a shame to watch Denis Villeneuve’s fantasy epic Dune in any environment other than a giant cinema, but the grandeur of his vision is sure to translate on a screen of any size. This is classical hero’s journey monomyth as Timothée Chalamet’s young Paul Atreides comes to realize the full weight of his messianic potential. This is the rare work of cinema that truly aspires to inspire shock, awe, and wonder – and Villeneuve’s engrossing universe commands that respect.

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‘Call Me By Your Name’ (2017)

DIRECTOR: Luca Guadagnino STARS: Timothée Chalamet, Armie Hammer, Michael Stuhlbarg RATING: R

It’s exceedingly rare these days for a true “star is born” moment to play out on screen, but that’s exactly what happens with Timothée Chalamet’s breakout role in Call Me By Your Name . As precious teenager Elio Perlman who discovers the unknowns of his sensual side, Chalamet is in full control of his character’s turbulent emotional and physical state. He exhibits a stunning mastery of externalizing Elio’s internal confusion as he slowly gives over to his newfound infatuation for another man. His raw vulnerability makes this a journey of self-discovery and romance truly worth swooning over.

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'Crip Camp' (2020)

DIRECTOR: Nicole Newnham and James LeBrecht RATING: R

If you, like me, are ignorant on the history of the disability rights movement in the United States, the new Netflix documentary  Crip Camp is a must-watch. Produced by Barack and Michelle Obama via their Higher Ground production company, Crip Camp tells the story of how a little hippie camp in upstate New York called Camp Jened played a crucial role in bringing together a community of disabled teens who grew up to be the very same activists instrumental to changing policies and American attitudes toward disabled people. Co-directed by Jim LeBrecth, a Camp Jened alum, and Nicole Newnham, the incredible archival footage from the camp will transport you back to the 1970s while teaching you a vital history lesson.— Anna Menta

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‘The Squid and the Whale’ (2005)

DIRECTOR: Noah Baumbach STARS: Jeff Daniels, Laura Linney, Jesse Eisenberg RATING: R

Familial strife has rarely felt so real or so raw than it has in Noah Baumbach’s The Squid and the Whale , an acerbic comedy based on the divorce of his own parents. In spite of the tough subject matter, the laughs are both pithy and plentiful. The film is brutally yet hilariously honest about the way parents imprint themselves on their children.

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'Da 5 Bloods' (2020)

DIRECTOR: Spike Lee CAST:   Delroy Lindo, Clarke Peters, Norm Lewis, and Isiah Whitlock Jr. RATING: R

Few war movies have ever achieved what Spike Lee has done with  Da 5 Bloods . With artistic flair, gorgeous cinematography, and a career-defining performance from Delroy Lindo, Lee has created a war movie that examines the way racism, trauma, imperialism, and violence are tragically, inextricably intertwined. —Anna Menta

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'Springsteen on Broadway' (2018)

DIRECTOR: Thom Zimny CAST: Bruce Springsteen RATING: TV-MA

This recording of the Broadway stint that sent ticket prices even higher than the cost of Hamilton ‘s admission is one of the best specials that Netflix has to offer. The Boss is at his best over the course of these 2-and-a-half hours, looking back on his life and career and what has made him the American icon he is today. While he shares tales many may never have heard before, his raw renditions of his beloved songs tell even more of his story, eliciting more than a few feelings in lifelong fans and newcomers alike.

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'Klaus' (2019)

DIRECTOR: Sergio Pablos, Carlos Martínez López CAST: Jason Schwartzman, J.K. Simmons, Rashida Jones RATING: PG

This delightful animated flick tells an alternate origin story of Santa Claus and features a slew of celebrity voices. Set in the 19th century,  Klaus  follows Jesper Johansson (Schwartzman), the spoiled, bratty son of a rich Postmaster General who decides to make Jesper work as a postman in an attempt to improve his character. When Jesper discovers he’ll be cut off from his family fortune unless he gets a distant town to post 6,000 letters in a year, he inadvertently encounters a reclusive toymaker named Klaus (Simmons) who teaches him the joy of giving and helps him change his life.

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'The Trial of the Chicago 7' (2020)

DIRECTOR: Aaron Sorkin CAST: Sacha Baron Cohen, Eddie Redmayne, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Michael Keaton, Frank Langella, John Carroll Lynch, Mark Rylance, Jeremy Strong RATING: R

Aaron Sorkin can officially crown himself the king of the courtroom drama with the Golden Globe-nominated The Trial of Chicago 7 . He assembled an all-star cast to tell the true story of the Chicago Seven, a group of anti-Vietnam War protestors who were charged with conspiracy in 1969. It’s a complicated historical event with a large cast of characters, but Sorkin has always excelled at mining a great story from dense material. With flashbacks and legal testimonies, he masterfully builds suspense; revealing how the protests, intended as peaceful, turned violent at the drop of a hat.

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'John Mulaney: Kid Gorgeous' (2018)

DIRECTOR: Alex Timbers CAST: John Mulaney RATING: TV-MA

Following his uproarious Oh, Hello On Broadway and a slew of other successful standup specials, SNL writers’ room vet and all-around funny guy John Mulaney returns to Netflix with Kid Gorgeous , a standup special that sees him recount childhood stories involving ghosts and stranger danger, the so-called value of college, his time at Saturday Night Live , aging, and one of the best Trump jokes in recent memory. With his boyish charm and top-notch sense of self-deprecation, Mulaney once again proves himself in Kid Gorgeous as one of our best working stand-ups. 

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'Dick Johnson Is Dead' (2020)

DIRECTOR:  Kirsten Johnson CAST:   Kirsten Johnson, Dick Johnson RATING: PG-13

Kirsten Johnson kills her own father half a dozen times in Netflix’s Dick Johnson Is Dead . But she always brings him back to life. This odd and heartwarming documentary comes four years after Johnson’s critically acclaimed film Cameraperson , a collage of her experiences behind the camera over the course of her life. This time, Johnson focuses on one aspect of her life: Her 86-year-old father’s Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Rather than accept her father’s fate, Johnson decided to try to prevent the thing she feared most—her dad’s death—by turning it into movie magic. –Anna Menta

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'El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie' (2019)

DIRECTOR: Vince Gilligan CAST: Aaron Paul, Jonathan Banks, Jesse Plemons RATING: TV-MA

For  Breaking Bad  fans who have been haunted by the fate of Jesse Pinkman (Paul) since the show’s conclusion, El Camino  may be able to offer you some much-needed closure. Racing against the clock and the law enforcement pursuing him, Jesse desperately tries to get enough money so he can have a chance at starting over with a new identity, free from his torturous past. Whether you’re excited to see familiar faces from Breaking Bad  and  Better Call Saul  or have never seen either series,  El Camino  is more than a satisfying dramatic experience.

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'The Meyerowitz Stories' (2017)

DIRECTOR:  Noah Baumbach CAST: Adam Sandler, Ben Stiller, Dustin Hoffman, Elizabeth Marvel, Grace Van Patten RATING: PG-13

On paper, this 2017  Noah Baumbach movie is about three siblings dealing with their artist father, Harold, as he fades into obscurity and convalesces from a head injury. But to me,  The Meyerowitz Stories  is all about Adam Sandler’s tear-sparkled, sad eyes. His character’s siblings, Matthew and Jean, get eighth-inning monologues that are obvious attempts to make their characters slightly more interesting. But Sandler’s performance dooms them to be two-dimensional by comparison. They can’t keep up with the steady sheepishness, lost-boy sensibility, and surprising ire that Sandler brings to his role. Watch this movie if you want to witness Adam Sandler flex his versatility. – Maddie Shepherd

'The Two Popes' (2019)

DIRECTOR: Fernando Meirelles CAST: Anthony Hopkins, Jonathan Pryce RATING: PG-13

There are no explosions, no teary monologues, and certainly no romance in Netflix The Two Popes . There is pretty much just a single conversation between Pope Benedict XVI (played yb Anthony Hopkins) and the soon-to-be Pope Francis (Jonathan Pryce). From director Fernando Meirelles and writer Anthony McCarten—who speculated what might have been said when Pope Benedict XVI made the historic, unprecedented decision to retire—it is a surprisingly compelling conversation. It helps that Hopkins and Pryce are perfectly cast, and so very, very good. Shout-out to editor Fernando Stutz, as well. That sound mixing!

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'Monty Python and the Holy Grail' (1975)

DIRECTOR: Terry Gilliam, Terry Jones CAST: Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Eric Idle, Terry Gilliam, Terry Jones, Michael Palin RATING: PG

It’s hard to imagine a comedy more classic than  Monty Python and the Holy Grail , an uproarious imagining of the grim Middle Ages and King Arthur and his knights’ quest to find the Holy Grail. Before all the Knights of the Round Table come together for their big job, however, they all embark on ridiculous individual adventures. With laugh-out-loud funny observations on class and existence in the Middle Ages and beyond, endlessly hilarious visual gags, and jokes we can’t help but reference today, there’s no question why The Holy Grail  is such an iconic piece of comedy.

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'The Ballad of Buster Scruggs' (2018)

DIRECTOR: Joel Coen, Ethan Coen CAST: Tim Blake Nelson, Liam Neeson, James Franco, Tyne Daly, Zoe Kazan RATING: R

Originally conceived as a TV series for Netflix, the Coen brothers’  The Ballad of Buster Scruggs  is an anthology movie set in the brutal Old West. From a sociopathic singing gunslinger to a scheming showman to the actual grim reaper, each of the six segments focuses on the theme of death coming in different and shocking ways. While some may say the stand-out tale is “All Gold Canyon” starring Tom Waits as a old prospector determined to strike it rich, the real gem is “The Gal Who Got Rattled,” which features a stunning confrontation involving a band of Comanches, the leader of a wagon train (played by a scene-stealing Grainger Hines), and a tragic lady named Alice (a heartbreaking Zoe Kazan). Also starring Tim Blake Nelson, Liam Neeson, James Franco, and Tyne Daly,  The Ballad of Buster Scruggs  feels so authentic that you can actually feel trail grit in your teeth and smell death in the air.— Karen Kemmerle

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'Dolemite Is My Name' (2019)

DIRECTOR:  Craig Brewer CAST:   Eddie Murphy, Wesley Snipes, Keegan-Michael Key, Devine Joy RATING: R

Comedian Eddie Murphy stars as Rudy Ray Moore, a comedian and blaxploitation star best known for his on-screen persona, the rhyming pimp named Dolemite. This biopic is not nearly as outlandish as Moore’s act, but it is the best Murphy’s been in years—and possibly ever. Dolemite Is My Name  is the perfect combo of boisterous fun and genuine heart. Keep your eye on  Empire ‘s Da’Vine Joy Randolph, who is irresistibly charming as Moore’s “protégé,” Lady Reed. As a bonus, this movie contains a scene where a man expresses vulnerability about exposing his body on screen. We love to see it!

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‘Bo Burnham: Inside’ (2021)


Is it a stand-up special? A one-man show? A movie? Something else entirely? Whatever Bo Burnham made with Inside , it’s a singular experience that perfectly encapsulates the pandemic experience. Perhaps no one else but Burnham, whose star was made by the same Internet that now holds him captive, could reckon so forcefully and funnily with the digital forces that govern our lives.

Stream  Bo Burnham: Inside on Netflix

‘Lost in Translation’ (2003)

DIRECTOR: Sofia Coppola STARS: Bill Murray, Scarlett Johansson, Giovanni Ribisi RATING: R

Sofia Coppola may well be our great contemporary chronicler of introverts. Not much happens in Lost in Translation – at least, not much in the way of conventional plot. But if you gaze long enough into the wistful longing of Bill Murray’s Bob and Scarlett Johansson’s Charlotte, two Americans of different ages and experiences adrift in their own way in Tokyo … you just might find a rich, textured interior world. Just because it isn’t expressed in words doesn’t mean it isn’t there.

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'Tallulah' (2016)

DIRECTOR: Sian Heder CAST:   Elliot Page, Allison Janney, Tammy Blanchard RATING: TV-MA

Get in on the ground floor of filmmaker Sian Heder—whose film CODA was the breakout hit of the 2021 Sundance Film Festival—with her excellent feature debut on Netflix, Tallulah . Starring Elliot Page as a homeless teenager who kinda, sorta kidnaps a baby, and Allison Janney as the upper-middle-class woman who kinda, sorta harbors a fugitive, this is a hilarious and poignant film on the many messy and human aspects of womanhood.

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'Okja' (2017)

DIRECTOR: Bong Joon-ho CAST: Tilda Swinton, Paul Dano, Jake Gyllenhaal, Ahn Seo-hyun RATING: TV-MA

Another hit from Bong Joon-ho, Netflix original  Okja  tells the story of Mija (Seo-hyun), a young girl willing to do anything to save her best friend – a genetically modified super pig – from the hands of an international corporation that plans on shipping Okja off to the slaughterhouse with the rest of her kind. A genre-blurring adventure featuring truly unhinged and wonderful performances from actors like Tilda Swinton and Jake Gyllenhaal,  Okja  is another testament to Bong Joon-ho’s one-of-a-kind storytelling.

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‘The Lost Daughter’ (2021)

DIRECTOR: Maggie Gyllenhaal STARS: Olivia Colman, Jessie Buckley, Dakota Johnson RATING: R

What’s making Olivia Colman’s Leda tick? Just getting to the core of the inscrutable character’s psychology as she defies all logical expectations for behavior on a seaside getaway adds a level of tension to The Lost Daughter that most out-and-out thrillers can’t match. Maggie Gyllenhaal’s masterful adaptation of Elena Ferrante’s novel is a gripping character study but also has something to say about women at large. You won’t find a soapbox here for Gyllenhaal to preach about the limitations our culture imposes on mothers, just keen observations incisively woven into a larger tapestry of unexpected human interactions.

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'13th' (2016)

DIRECTOR: Ava DuVernay CAST: Angela Davis, Van Jones, Cory Booker RATING: TV-MA

From Ava DuVernay comes this stunning, utterly necessary documentary, a deep dive into the history of racial inequality in the United States and its massive and enduring role in the prison system. Employing both archival footage and testimony from prominent activists, scholars, politicians, and formerly incarcerated individuals, this Academy Award-nominated film tells the story of the perpetual disproportionate incarceration and generational trauma of Black people in the United States in an unforgettable and affecting manner.

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'To All The Boys I've Loved Before' (2018)

DIRECTOR: Susan Johnson CAST: Lana Condor, Noah Centineo, John Corbett RATING: TV-14

Netflix’s endearing adaptation of the hit YA novel is full of all the highs and lows of teen love that make coming-of-age romcoms great. Starting Lana Condor and Noah Centineo, the infinitely watchable teen comedy chronicles a teen girl’s life as each of her most significant crushes receive love letters from her they were never intended to read. Sweet, genuinely funny, and rife with chemistry between its two leads,  To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before  is a truly wonderful adaptation, but also stands tall all on its own.

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‘Groundhog Day’ (1993)

DIRECTOR: Harold Ramis STARS: Bill Murray, Andie MacDowell, Chris Elliott RATING: PG

Sometimes, it’s a simple comedy that can raise the most profound existential questions. In Groundhog Day , Bill Murray’s weatherman Phil Connors must live out the same day on a seemingly infinite loop. It’s only when he stops seeing this affliction as a Sisyphean punishment and starts interpreting the repetition as a charge to do the most good that he can begin to escape. Any number of religious and philosophical movements see their teachings reflected here, and this very fact makes for a wonderful demonstration of all the things that unite us as humans.

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'Roma' (2018)

DIRECTOR: Alfonso Cuarón CAST: Yalitza Aparicio, Marina de Tavira RATING: R

1970, Mexico City. Cleo Gutiérrez (Aparicio) is one of two indigenous live-in maids for an affluent family, speaking her native Mixtec with the other maid Adela, but speaking Spanish in the family’s presence. Things get complicated when Cleo becomes pregnant by her boyfriend and he leaves her, and the family deals with its own interpersonal drama. Over the span of a year, things change dramatically for both Cleo and the family, but one thing remains the same: the way life keeps moving. A beautiful, award-winning portrait of a year in the life for one woman,  Roma  is a career-triumph for Cuaron and his incredible cast.

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'The Power of the Dog' (2021)

DIRECTOR: Jane Campion CAST: Benedict Cumberbatch, Kirsten Dunst, Jesse Plemons RATING: R

Though it failed to win Best Picture, this Jane Campion western is still a masterpiece. Benedict Cumberbatch and Jesse Plemons star as Phil and George Burbank, brothers who own a ranch together in the year 1925. Their lives take a turn when George marries a widowed inn-owner (Kirsten Dunst) and moves in with their teenage son (Kodi Smit-McPhee). A tense family drama—underscored by excellent acting and an unforgettable score—unfolds. Then, in the last 15 minutes, this exquisite, quiet character study becomes a dark, twisted thriller. Don’t miss it.

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‘The Nice Guys’ (2016)

DIRECTOR: Shane Black STARS: Ryan Gosling, Russell Crowe, Matt Bomer RATING: R

The petition for Ryan Gosling to stop doing his stoic, stone-faced drama roles and commit full-time to comedy starts HERE! He’s absolutely electric in The Nice Guys as one half of a reluctant tag-team of ‘70s-era private eyes in the scuzzy scene of LA’s adult film world. Gosling constantly undercuts his suave, handsome image as a detective who’s a stumbling, pathetic mess – and director Shane Black perfectly pairs him opposite Russell Crowe’s grizzled, unamused enforcer. The mystery propelling the story is fun, sure, but the real highlight is just watching the two men banter and bristle against the other’s presence.

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'Marriage Story' (2019)

DIRECTOR:  Noah Baumbach CAST:   Scarlett Johansson, Adam Driver, Laura Dern, Alan Alda RATING: R

Noah Baumbach’s Marriage Story is such an honest portrait of divorce that, at times, it’s excruciating. Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson are Charlie and Nicole Barber—a snobby New York theater director and actress dreaming of Hollywood, respectively—and they love each other more than they hate each other. But, as they soon learn via Nicole’s ruthless lawyer (Laura Dern at her absolute best), the legal process brings out the worst in everyone. Marriage Story is lovely, devastating, and beautiful—a Kramer vs. Kramer that affords equal empathy to both sides. –Anna Menta

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‘Frances Ha’ (2013)

DIRECTOR: Noah Baumbach STARS: Greta Gerwig, Mickey Sumner, Adam Driver RATING: R

There’s a good chance that future generations will watch Frances Ha as something like a time capsule for understanding millennials. This story of Greta Gerwig’s emblematic slacker-cum-striver trying to claw her way toward adulthood captures something bigger than just one character’s journey. With her charm and clumsiness, she’s a surface onto which we can project our own hopes and anxieties. She’s a figure entirely of her time and also a timeless archetype of a person in the transition of life stages. If you haven’t met Frances yet, it’s time to have the delight of your life.

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Nolan's 'Oppenheimer' Playing in IMAX Theaters for One More Week

Oppenheimer in IMAX

Another need another dose of Oppenheimer before the year's over? Good news! Christopher Nolan's highly acclaimed movie is playing again in select IMAX theaters for one extra week - starting today, November 3rd . Nolan's Oppenheimer is one of this year's best movies, an exhilarating theatrical experience that has already had a massive impact worldwide with record-breaking box office, proving big screen storytelling can still draw big audiences. Universal Pictures is hoping it can cross over into $1 billion worldwide by letting it play a bit longer (it's currently at $947M ). Starring Cillian Murphy as the "Father of the Atomic Bomb", scientist J. Robert Oppenheimer , this three-hour long movie takes us on a journey from his early years through the Manhattan Project and after, when they unfairly took away his security clearance. Oppenheimer will show in select IMAX theaters, including 6 exclusive IMAX 70mm film locations – for one more week ( via IMAX ). It's one of the best experiences of the year - return for another round of cinematic magnificence.

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Feudal Japan Epic Saga 'Shōgun' Series Trailer with Hiroyuki Sanada

Shōgun Series Trailer

"Life & death are the same. Both can have value & purpose." FX & Hulu have revealed an official trailer for an epic new historical series called Shōgun , created by writers Justin Marks & Rachel Kondo. An epic saga of war, passion, and power set in Feudal Japan. From James Clavell's novel of the same name , FX’s Shōgun is set at the dawn of a century-defining civil war. Lord Yoshii Toranaga is fighting for his life as his enemies on the Council of Regents unite against him, when a mysterious European ship is found in a nearby fishing village. Set in the 17th Century, it follows John Blackthorne, a sailor who rises from outsider to samurai, while being used as a pawn in Japanese leader Toranaga's struggle to reach the top of the ruling chain, or Shogun. The novel was previously adapted into a 1980 TV series , now with another fresh update. Hiroyuki Sanada stars as Yoshii Toranaga, co-starring with Cosmo Jarvis as Blackthorne, and a massive ensemble including: Tadanobu Asano , Anna Sawai , Yûki Kedôin , Eushin Lee , Tommy Bastow , Hiroto Kanai , Hiromoto Ida , Emi Kamito , Kengo Hashimoto , Sen Mars , Toshi Toda , Mako Fujimoto . I'm a huge fan of Sanada already, so I'm interested no matter what. All the other footage looks astonishing.

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One More Gloriously Awesome Trailer for Japan's 'Godzilla Minus One'

Godzilla Minus One Trailer

"The future of this country is in our hands." Look at that glorious big boi chomping his way around Japan! Toho has revealed another new official trailer for Godzilla Minus One (or Godzilla -1.0 ) to celebrate the Japanese release this week. It's set to open worldwide in one month. Prolific Japanese filmmaker Takashi Yamazaki ( Lupin III: The First , Stand by Me Doraemon series) is directing this movie, which will be the 30th live action movie as part of Toho's kaiju franchise. Made under the working title Blockbuster Monster Movie (超大作怪獣映画), co-produced by Robot Communications and Toho Studios. On December 1st , a new reign begins. Post war Japan is at its lowest point when a new crisis emerges in the form of a giant monster, baptized in the horrific power of the atomic bomb. There are a few more awesome shots of Gojira biting and stomping and roaring in this ( the other official trailer ). I can't wait! This is going to rule! Bring on Godzilla.

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Watch: Fascinating Sci-Fi Short 'From Beyond' About Aliens on Earth

From.Beyond Sci-Fi Short

"I want to grab them from the sky and throw them back to wherever." They have arrived. Are you ready? 🛸 It's time for something strange and unsettling. The highly anticipated sci-fi short film From Beyond is available to watch online now. This was initially teased last year with a trailer just before its Fantasia Film Festival premiere. After playing at fests, it's ready to be seen by everyone brave enough to watch. Described simply as a "kaleidoscopic depiction of alien life on Earth." I like Short of the Week's intro to this, saying it "gives the impression that it shouldn’t even be watched, as if it was something the audience has stumbled upon and wasn't meant to see." Creepy, right…? It's a sci-fi creation about what if alien life arrived to Earth, featuring a snippet of eerie clips about what humans will do next. Reminds me of the sci-fi shorts made from real NASA footage, like Robbie or Scavenger . Though this is something else entirely. There's nothing more to say – just click play below. "This is not a religion. It's a celebration. A celebration of absolute certainty."

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Official Trailer for 'Bye Bye Barry' Sports Doc About a Running Back

Bye Bye Barry Doc Trailer

"This guy did something special every single Sunday." NFL Films + Prime Video have revealed the main official trailer for the sports documentary Bye Bye Barry , arriving for streaming later in November. Not just another sports doc, this is a story about the mystery of one of the greatest athletes in American football history. When NFL superstar Barry Sanders vanished at the height of his career, he left the NFL world in shock. He was in his prime, chasing the all-time rushing record, when he boarded a flight to England and never stepped foot on the field again. 24 years later Barry retraces his steps through the streets of London to finally confront the mystery. "We've all watched his highlights and wished he had played longer in the NFL, and wondered why he really retired so abruptly. We are thrilled to look back at his extraordinary career and get to better understand one of the biggest icons of the sport," states Prime Video. While this still one big NFL promotion, it does look like a fascinating "let's reveal the truth" story about a football legend. He put out an autobiography in 2003 titled " Barry Sanders: Now You See Him ", if you want to read more right now.

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Turkish Sci-Fi 'Once Upon a Time in the Future: 2121' Promo Trailer

Once Upon a Time in the Future: 2121 Trailer

"She is a rebel now." A festival promo trailer has debuted for a Turkish indie sci-fi film called Once Upon a Time in the Future: 2121 , which is still showing on the fest circuit now after premiering last year. It's actually a major achievement - this is the first sci-fi feature film made by a woman in Turkey, and it's also apparently Turkey's first sustainable film. Set in the future when Earth is uninhabitable due to climate crisis & famine. The few survivors form colonies and live in underground blocks. According to "The Scarcity Laws" of the Young Administration which controls this system, old generations must be destroyed in exchange for new lives. The life of a family that lives in one of the blocks is changed by a new baby they are expecting. A fascinating modern Turkish mashup between Silo and Logan's Run - or so it seems. Starring Selen Öztürk , Çagdas Onur Öztürk , Sukeyna Kiliç , and Ayseniil Samlioglu . This does look like a witty & clever take on the stuck-underground sci-fi concept, with some Turkish sensibilities that make it unique. Worth a look.

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Terrence Howard & Dolph Lundgren in 'Showdown at the Grand' Trailer

Showdown at the Grand Trailer

"Stay away from my friends, my theater, and my neighborhood." Shout has debuted the official trailer for an indie action comedy titled Showdown at the Grand , from filmmaker Orson Oblowitz. This trailer has been out for a few weeks, but we're just catching up with it – looks like some harmless fun. It's an 80s action movie homage with a big battle at a vintage cinema. A proud movie theater owner honors action star turned recluse "Claude Luc Hallyday" with a retrospective of his illustrious career but when real estate developers show up to ruin the party, the two new friends must fight off corporate greed in the name of art. Showdown stars Terrence Howard , John Savage , Amanda Righetti , Piper Curda , and Swedish badass Dolph Lundgren as Claude Luc Hallyday. Looks like an entertaining tribute to movies they don't make anymore, and the way theaters used to be. Though it's also fairly cheesy & cliche, but perhaps that's part of the charm.

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Alaqua Cox is Maya Lopez in Official Trailer for Marvel's 'Echo' Series

Marvel's Echo Series Trailer

"You and I are the same. So… who's the monster?" Marvel has revealed the first trailer for a gritty, dark new Marvel Studios streaming series called Echo , arriving for streaming January 2024. This is a sort-of sequel to the Hawkeye series, more of a spin-off following a different character on her own adventures. After the events in Hawkeye in New York, Maya Lopez returns to her hometown in Oklahoma, where she must come to terms with her past, reconnect with her Native American roots, and embrace her family and community. She's pursued by Wilson Fisk's ( Vincent D'Onofrio ) criminal empire coming after revenge. Alaqua Cox (Menominee / Mohican) stars as Maya Lopez, with a cast including Chaske Spencer , Graham Greene , Tantoo Cardinal , Devery Jacobs , Zahn McClarnon , and Cody Lightning . All five episodes will be released in January, making Echo the first series from Marvel Studios to make all eps available to binge in one day. That doesn't seem like a good sign. But this footage does look pretty badass. Maybe it will be good?

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Inside Look Promo for 'Monarch: Legacy of Monsters' Godzilla Series

Monarch: Legacy of Monsters - An Inside Look

"There is a legacy that goes back 70 years that we want to be respectful of…" Apple TV has revealed "An Inside Look" promo featurette for the Monarch: Legacy of Monsters series, a Godzilla series debuting this month. (Another Gojira anniversary tease today along with Godzilla Minus One .) Based on Legendary's Monsterverse, the 10-episode series follows two siblings find themselves revisiting the past — from present day to 1950s San Francisco in the wake of Godzilla and the Titans' destructive battle — to uncover the truth behind a secret organization and the many monsters in this world. The series stars Kurt Russell & Wyatt Russell (a real father-son duo playing the exact same character), Anna Sawai , Kiersey Clemons , Ren Watabe , Mari Yamamoto , Anders Holm , Joe Tippett , and Elisa Lasowski . Monarch was introduced in Gareth Edwards' 2014 Godzilla years ago, and has continued through their series of Godzilla movies. This featurette shows us some behind-the-scenes glimpses and a new look at some of the big kaiju monsters that appear in here. It's also a look at the many characters who are a part of this, following this story from past to present as they investigate the Monsterverse. It still looks damn good - I'll be watching, for sure. Who else?

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French Murder Mystery Comedy 'The Crime Is Mine' Official US Trailer

The Crime Is Mine Trailer

"Life is so different now." Music Box Films has revealed an official US trailer for the French crime comedy titled The Crime Is Mine , one of the latest films from filmmaker François Ozon. This already opened in Europe earlier in 2023, some may already be familiar with it, but it's only coming to the US this December. Madeleine Verdier, a young actress, is accused of murdering a famous producer – but did she really do it? After being acquitted in court, she begins her new life of fame and success bolstered by the attention, until the truth finally comes out. Starring Nadia Terezkiewicz and Rebecca Marder , a satirical commentary on cancel culture and the #MeToo movement with a tale of murderous women. Adapted from a 1934 play by Georges Berr & Louis Verneuil, featuring a murder's row of a supporting cast members: Isabelle Huppert , Dany Boon , and Fabrice Luchini . The Crime Is Mine is a rollicking farce & scabrous satire with a wily feminist edge from one of French cinema's most chameleonic stylists, Ozon. This looks super kooky & witty.

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Natalia Cordova-Buckley Stars in Creepy Horror 'The Portrait' Trailer

The Portrait Trailer

"You've seen him, haven't you?" "Seen whom?" Saban Films has revealed the trailer for horror mystery film The Portrait made in the UK, directed by filmmaker Simon Ross as his feature directorial debut. It will be heading to VOD directly to watch this fall if anyone wants to take a look. After her husband is devastated by a tragic accident, a devoted wife obsesses over a mysterious portrait that resembles him as he was; but when it starts to terrorize her, she must decide if it's possessed or if she's losing her mind. As with many horror films about grief, she must confront her deepest fears and unravel the unsettling truth before it's too late… Starring Natalia Cordova-Buckley , Ryan Kwanten , Isidora Goreshter , with Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Virginia Madsen . This looks creepy, reminds me of The Night House , though not as unique or scary.

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Christmas Horror Film 'A Creature Was Stirring' Trailer w/ Chrissy Metz

A Creature Was Stirring Trailer

"Something is wrong here…" Well Go USA has revealed the official trailer for an indie horror film called A Creature Was Stirring , made by filmmaker Damien LeVeck. This is getting a quick VOD release coming up in December, timed to be available the Holidays if you need to add any more Christmas horror to your watch list this year. Faith keeps her troubled teenage daughter on a tightly controlled but illicit pill regimen in order to ward off a terrifying affliction. However after a Christmas burglary, their dark family secret may finally be exposed. Uninvited strangers take shelter in her house during a lethal blizzard, and a monster is unleashed… Chrissy Metz stars with Annalise Basso , Scout Taylor-Compton , Connor Paolo , and George Schichtle . The poster art pretty much sets up what you're about to get, and the trailer has a few glimpses as well. I like the candy cane light, I just hope the creature is as gnarly as they're setting it up to be.

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Posted: November 1, 2023 | Last updated: November 1, 2023

Netflix is serving up some delectable content this November in the form of films that will do everything from take your breath away with immersive action and drama to transport you on an epic international and multi-lingual journey from the comforts of home. Whether you’re looking for something thrilling, informative, or funny, Netflix has got you covered. Keep reading for the streamer’s best new movies coming in November

Netflix is releasing two of its biggest new original films in the first half of the month as it drops David Fincher-directed psychological crime thriller The Killer as well as Annette Bening-led biographical sports drama NYAD , which are both poised to potentially land in the Netflix Top 10 .

Then towards the middle of the month, Netflix will debut some gripping and raw real life stories recounting significant triumphs and tribulations of Black people in American history in biographical drama Rustin and documentary Stamped from the Beginning .

Lastly, towards the end of the November streaming slate are some family-friendly titles that will be perfect for the whole family to enjoy through Thanksgiving and beyond. In particular, you should be sure to look out for animated musical comedy Leo and comedy Family Switch .

Want to know what other eye-grabbing movies are dropping on Netflix in the next month? Keeping scrolling to check out our full list of what movies to watch on Netflix in November.

Released November 10

One of the most highly-anticipated titles streaming on Netflix in November is this David Fincher-directed neo-noir psychological crime thriller based on Alexis “Matz” Nolent’s French graphic novel series of the same name. The Killer follows a professional assassin (Michael Fassbender) after a momentous near-miss that puts him at the center of an international manhunt where he’s pitted against his employers, enemies, and even himself.

Released November 17

This November, be sure to watch Rustin , a Netflix Original biographical drama that explores the life, work, and legacy of Bayard Rustin (Colman Domingo), who was the driving force behind the momentous March on Washington in 1963. Rustin challenged authority even in the face of racism and homophobia, staying true to himself to make a change and impact the course of Civil Rights history forever. This film puts a spotlight on this incredible man whose story has long deserved to be celebrated and told.

Released November 3

Another major biopic hitting Netflix this month is NYAD , a riveting and inspirational biographical sports drama that delves into a key moment in the life of world-class athlete Diana Nyad (Annette Bening). 30 years after Nyad retired from marathon swimming to work as a sports journalist, she becomes hooked on the idea of completing the “Mount Everest” of swims. So, at the age of 60, Nyad set forth on a 110 mile swim from Cuba to Florida, hoping to become the first ever person to successfully do so without the aid of a shark cage, sparking a thrilling four-year journey that showcases the triumphs of friendship and the human spirit.

Released November 30

Based on Amy Krouse Rosenthal’s 2010 children’s book, Bedtime for Mommy , this Netflix Original family comedy turns the entire Walker family’s lives upside down after a chance encounter with an astrological reader causes them to wake up having switched bodies on the most important day of their respective lives. Parents Jess (Jennifer Garner) and Bill (Ed Helms) are suddenly thrust into the realities of their increasingly independent and distant teenage children Wyatt (Brady Noon) and CC (Emma Myers) and vice versa, leaving them to face major challenges they’re not prepared for. Will the Walkers manage to come together and still find success and even learn more about each other along the way? Find out in Family Switch this month, only on Netflix.

Released November 20

Based on Dr. Ibram X. Kendi’s award-winning 2016 book of the same name, Stamped from the Beginning is an innovative new documentary film that combines animation and live action to explores the history of anti-racist ideas and their terrible power throughout American history. Leading female academics, experts, and activists guide viewers through how racist tropes and images became a part of our nation’s culture and discuss their lasting impact, while also illuminating specific moments and figures from these eras both historical and contemporary.

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Locked In is a British thriller that centers on a kindly nurse as she does her best to unearth the truth behind a coma patient’s injuries and stumbles upon more than she bargained for. Infidelity, bitter rivalries, betrayal, and murder lie just under the surface in this heart-pounding Netflix Original film that will have you on the edge of your seat from start to finish.

Released November 16

Get in the holiday spirit a little early with Best. Christmas. Ever! , a Netflix Original romantic-comedy films that sees friendships put to the test as Jackie (Brandy Norwood) sends a boastful newsletter every holiday season that makes her old college friend, Charlotte (Heather Graham), feel jealous and downtrodden. But a twist of fate puts Charlotte and her family on Jackie’s doorstep mere days before Christmas, giving Charlotte the unparalleled opportunity to find out if her old friend’s life is truly as perfect as she makes it out to be.

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Cyberbunker: The Criminal Underworld is a Netflix Original true crime documentary that witnesses two worlds collide in a quiet German tourist town as a group of mysterious Dutchmen attempt to overtake the Cold War-era NATO bunker situated underneath the town. With the group’s eccentric leader, Xennt, at the center of this twisting plot, the group tricks the village into selling them the bunker, only to use it as a haven to hack the darkest corners of the internet.

Released November 21

Just in time for Thanksgiving comes this animated coming-of-age musical comedy film that the whole family is sure to enjoy. Leo centers on a jaded 74-year-old lizard named Leo (Adam Sandler) who has been stuck as a class pet in the same Florida room for the last several decades. Desperate to ditch his terrarium and finally experience the outside world, Leo’s escape plan leaves him entangled with the lives and problems of the class’s anxious students as he finds himself helping them cope with the difficulties of growing up.

Sly is a documentary all about the life and career of Academy Award-nominated actor, producer, writer, and director Sylvester Stallone. Offering a raw and intimate look at the actor’s work and personal life, the film tracks Stallone’s rise from underdog to Hollywood legend in a story told by the man, himself, as he looks back on the last almost 50 years of his unforgettable entertainment career.

This Netflix Original sequel to 2018 South Korean film Believer thrusts viewers back into the deadly war between police detective Won-Ho (Cho Jin-woong) and the elusive Mr. Lee, who runs Asia’s largest drug cartel. Believer 2 sees Won Ho grapple with the missing Rak (Oh Seung-hoon), the reappeared Brian Lee (Cha Seung-won), as well as Big Knife (Han Hyo-joo), who has traveled from China to put an end to the situation once and for all.

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11 of the best movies to watch on Netflix in November

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  • Rom-coms like "13 Going on 30" and "Sixteen Candles" also hit the streamer this month.
  • Netflix originals like "The Killer" and "Sly" premiere in November, too.

"13 Going on 30" (November 1)

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This great rom-com follows a teen who just wants to be 30, flirty, and thriving.

After 13-year-old Jenna Rink gets her wish, grown-up Jenna (Jennifer Garner) must learn to navigate her adult life and job at a New York-based magazine.

The movie also has a great supporting cast including Mark Ruffalo, Judy Greer, and Andy Serkis.

"The Big Lebowski" (November 1)

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The Coen brothers' version of a crime noir has become a cult classic. It follows bowling enthusiast Jeffrey "The Dude" Lebowski who is in search of a rug that was stolen from him. He encounters clueless nihilist thugs and a porn king and drinks lots of White Russians in the process.

Jeff Bridges delivers one of the best performances of his career as Lebowski. John Goodman, Steve Buscemi, Julianne Moore, and John Turturro also star.

"Desperado" (November 1)

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Robert Rodriguez directed this memorable Western starring Antonio Banderas as a man with a guitar case full of guns seeking revenge on a drug lord who killed his wife.

The supporting cast includes Salma Hayek, Steve Buscemi, and a cameo from Quentin Tarantino.

"Pitch Perfect" (November 1)

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In "Pitch Perfect," an all-girl a cappella group called the Barden Bellas try to find their former glory with a new crop of performers.

Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Anna Camp, and Brittany Snow all deliver great performances.

"Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" (November 1)

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If you're excited about the upcoming anime series "Scott Pilgrim Takes Off" on Netflix, check out the movie to tide you over.

In this Edgar Wright-directed comedy, Scott Pilgrim (Michael Cera) battles the evil exes of his new girlfriend Ramona Flowers (Mary Elizabeth Winstead). The movie has become beloved for its blend of rom-com elements and comic and video-game vibes. 

"Sixteen Candles" (November 1)

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If you are looking to dive into a classic rom-com, you can't go wrong with this John Hughes hit starring Molly Ringwald and Anthony Michael Hall.

"The Social Network" (November 1)

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David Fincher delivered a perfect glimpse at the origin of Facebook and its creator Mark Zuckerberg with "The Social Network." Jesse Eisenberg plays Zuckerberg, who created the social media platform out of his college dorm room following a bad breakup. 

"Whiplash" (November 1)

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Director Damien Chazelle created a thrilling drama about an aspiring jazz drummer (Miles Teller) pushed to extreme limits by his abusive instructor (J.K. Simmons). Simmons' performance garnered an Oscar win.

"Sly" (November 3)

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Sylvester Stallone's life and career are examined in this fast-paced documentary.

"The Killer" (November 10)

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David Fincher's latest for Netflix is an adaptation of the French graphic novel of the same name. Michael Fassbender stars as an assassin who sets out for answers after a hit goes wrong.

"Lone Survivor" (November 16)

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Based on a true story, a Navy SEAL (Mark Wahlberg) fights for his life behind enemy lines after a failed mission to take down a Taliban leader. Taylor Kitsch, Emile Hirsch, and Ben Foster also star.

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‘Invincible’ Season 2, Part 1 Starts streaming: Nov. 3

Season 1 of this ultraviolent superhero cartoon (based on a comic book series by “The Walking Dead” creator Robert Kirkman) introduced the title character: a teenager still developing and honing the superpowers he inherited from his space-alien father. Steven Yeun voices Invincible, a.k.a. Mark Grayson, who at the end of last season learned that his dad, Omni-Man (J.K. Simmons), had been serving as one of the Earth’s protectors while secretly paving the way for a future invasion by his own planet’s people. Season 2 picks up in the aftermath of that revelation, as Mark and his fellow heroes face a series of new supervillains while also strategizing for Omni-Man’s possible return. Though “Invincible” has dark moments, the show’s overall vibe is bright and entertaining, with enough nods to classic superhero tropes to please devoted comics readers.

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Nov. 10 “007: Road to a Million” Season 1 “Dina Hashem: Dark Little Whispers”

Nov. 14 “Trevor Wallace: Pterodactyl”

Nov. 17 “Ex-mas” “Maxine’s Baby: The Tyler Perry Story” “Twin Love” Season 1

Nov. 21 “Bye Bye Barry”

Nov. 29 “Pretty Hard Cases”

New to Apple TV+

‘The Buccaneers’ Season 1 Starts streaming: Nov. 8

Based on Edith Wharton’s final novel — left unfinished when she died in 1937 — “The Buccaneers” explores the flowering of the late-19th-century American aristocracy. Like the book, the series is about a group of wealthy young women who go to London to take part in the debutante season, invited by some established British families who want to lure these ladies (and their money) into marriages with cash-poor dukes and lords. Kristine Froseth takes the series’ lead as Nan St. George, the brightest of the Americans, who is supposed to be waiting in line for a husband behind her sister, Jinny (Imogen Waterhouse), but who instead finds herself courted by two men — Guy (Matthew Broome) and Theo (Guy Remmers) — who find her independence refreshing.

‘For All Mankind’ Season 4 Starts streaming: Nov. 10

This terrific alternate-history science-fiction TV series had an uncharacteristically shaky third season, with its thrilling outer-space action — set mostly on Mars — butting up against some much drearier relationship melodrama. Season 4 resets “For All Mankind” a bit, introducing new characters and kicking off a new story, set in the 2000s. These episodes see multiple private and government space agencies working together on ambitious areas of exploration, including tapping asteroids for their mineral resources. At the same time, issues with the existing infrastructures on the Moon and Mars create a fresh set of practical problems for our heroes to solve. Newcomers to the cast include Toby Kebbel as a former oil-rigger looking for work away from Earth and Daniel Stern as a former corporate chief executive trying to bring efficiency to NASA.

‘Monarch: Legacy of Monsters’ Season 1 Starts streaming: Nov. 17

This first live-action TV series set in the recent “Godzilla” and “King Kong” movies’ “MonsterVerse” divides its action between two eras: the 1950s, when the existence of giant creatures is still a closely guarded secret, and the present, where some cities have built underground shelters to withstand Godzilla attacks. Anna Sawai plays Cate, who goes looking for the truth about her father’s connection to the mysterious monster-studying Monarch agency. Wyatt Russell and Kurt Russell both play Lee Shaw, who became involved with Monarch as a U.S. soldier in the 1950s — and who a half-century later may be the only one who can help Cate. The creator Chris Black, who developed the show with the writer Matt Fraction, uses footage from the MonsterVerse films to add a sense of scope and awe to a series that is as much about the humans than it is about the big beasts looking to stomp them.

Nov. 3 “Fingernails”

Nov. 22 “The Velveteen Rabbit”

New to Disney+

‘The 2023 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony’ Starts streaming: Nov. 3

After years of HBO airing a recorded and edited version of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame’s annual induction ceremony, this year Disney+ has the rights to the event, and will be broadcasting it live and uncut. The 2023 inductees, some of whom will be performing, include Kate Bush, Sheryl Crow, Missy Elliott, Chaka Khan, Willie Nelson and Rage Against the Machine. Presenters include Carrie Underwood, Common, Ice-T, Queen Latifah and Sia. These ceremonies do last a while, but they also tend to be full of emotional moments and genuine surprises, so for pop music buffs who can’t see the show in person, this is a rare chance to watch the action unfold as it happens — and then to watch it again later, in the Disney+ catalog.

Nov. 1 “Behind the Attraction” Season 2 “The Three Detectives”

Nov. 8 “Daddies on Request” Season 2 “The Santa Clauses” Season 2

Nov. 17 “Dashing Through the Snow”

Nov. 23 “The Naughty Nine”

New to Hulu

‘A Murder at the End of the World’ Starts streaming: Nov. 14

The writer-director-producer team of Zal Batmanglij and Brit Marling are best-known for their Netflix supernatural mystery series “The OA,” which was canceled before Batmanglij and Marling could finish the story. They are staying in the same genre for this mini-series, which puts the duo’s usual spacey spin on the “country house murder mystery” plot. Clive Owen plays an eccentric tech billionaire who invites a group of influential thought leaders to his magnificent resort hotel in an icy wasteland. The one guest who does not seem to fit in with the rest is Darby Hart (Emma Corrin), a skilled hacker and amateur detective who wrote a popular true crime book. When someone on the property turns up dead, Darby has to find the killer and also convince her fellow partygoers that something strange is going on — all while she reckons with some secrets from her own past.

‘Fargo’ Season 5 Starts streaming: Nov. 22

After a long layoff, Noah Hawley’s offbeat crime series “Fargo” is back, with 10 more episodes set (very loosely) in the same blood-spattered “Minnesota nice” reality as Joel and Ethan Coen’s Oscar-winning 1996 movie. Previous seasons took place in 1950, 1979, 2006 and 2010. The fifth season takes place in 2019, and stars Juno Temple as Dot, a seemingly ordinary housewife who gets in trouble with the law and sees her shady past catching up to her, in the form of an authoritarian right-wing sheriff (Jon Hamm) determined to catch her. Jennifer Jason Leigh plays Dot’s mother-in-law, an icy collection agency magnate who usually leans on her lawyer (Dave Foley) to get her family members out of trouble — but who has no idea what she is dealing with in the sweet but deadly Dot.

Nov. 1 “Arthdal Chronicles: The Sword of Aramun” “Black Cake” “A Christmas Frequency” “Reporting for Christmas”

Nov. 2 “Pam’s Garden of Eden” Season 2 “Magic Mike’s Last Dance”

Nov. 3 “L.A. Law” Seasons 1-8 “Quiz Lady”

Nov. 6 “JFK: One Day in America”

Nov. 8 “Vigilante” Season 1

Nov. 9 “The Croods: Family Tree” Season 8 “The League”

Nov. 13 “The Lady Bird Diaries”

Nov. 15 “Brawn: The Impossible Formula 1 Story”

Nov. 16 “Black Ice” “Drive with Swiss Beatz” “The Secret Life of Dancing Dogs”

“Incredible Animal Journeys” “The Last Rider” “My Hero Academia” Season 6, Part 2

Nov. 21 “Obituary” Season 1

Nov. 26 “Faraway Downs”

Nov. 29 “The Artful Dodger” Season 1

Nov. 30 “A Compassionate Spy” “Wild Crime” Season 3

‘Julia’ Season 2 Starts streaming: Nov. 16

Season 1 of this delightful biographical dramedy was one of last year’s unexpected TV gems, thanks in large part to Sarah Lancashire’s luminous performance as the boisterous, can-do cooking instructor Julia Child, coupled with David Hyde Pierce’s warm, wry take on her supportive husband, Paul. The first season was all about how the Childs committed their time, energy and money toward realizing their dream of creating a public television show that could demystify and popularize French food. In Season 2, Julia has become an unlikely celebrity, and she and Paul have to fight to maintain the quality of their show while all the people who doubted them before come running to cash in on their success.

Nov. 3 “Scent of Time”

Nov. 7 “Stand Up & Shout: Songs from a Philly High School”

Nov. 8 “You Were My First Boyfriend”

Nov. 11 “Albert Brooks: Defending My Life”

Nov. 13 “Love Has Won”

Nov. 14 “How We Get Free”

Nov. 28 “South to Black Power”

Nov. 30 “Bookie” Season 1

New to Paramount+ with Showtime

‘Lawmen: Bass Reeves’ Starts streaming: Nov. 5

The first installment of a new true crime anthology series — with each season telling the story of some famous cop or crook — “Lawmen: Bass Reeves” stars David Oyelowo as Reeves, the western hero who in his life went from being enslaved on a Texas plantation to serving with distinction as a U.S. Marshal. Oyelowo is also an executive producer (as is the “Yellowstone” creator Taylor Sheridan) on this historical drama that stretches across decades, covering an eventful life that overlapped with some of the biggest social changes in America: from the end of the Civil War to the expansion of the frontier. Created by the writer-producer Chad Feehan, this first season of “Lawmen” looks at classic Western mythology through different eyes, considering what ideals like freedom and justice mean to someone born in chains.

‘The Curse’ Starts streaming: Nov. 10

The comedian Nathan Fielder has spoofed reality TV throughout his career, and especially in his series “Nathan for You” and “The Rehearsal.” His latest project — cocreated with the filmmaker Benny Safdie — takes a different approach to the genre, via a fictional story with a serrated satirical edge. Fielder plays Asher Siegel, who alongside his wife, Whitney (Emma Stone), is shooting an HGTV show called “Flipanthropy,” in which the couple helps the struggling residents of a small New Mexico town move into cutting-edge eco-friendly houses. When a young street peddler puts a curse on the stingy Asher, the Siegels’ marriage and television collaboration both begin to suffer. A commentary on the contrived rosiness of home improvement shows, “The Curse” also touches on gentrification, xenophobia, and the deep need of some do-gooder types to be lauded for their largess, even when their efforts hurt more than help.

Nov. 1 “Ink Master” Season 15

Nov. 7 “De La Calle”

Nov. 9 “Colin from Accounts”

Nov. 22 “Good Burger 2”

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God of Heaven and Earth (2023)

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It's a Wonderful Knife (2023)

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Jesse Eisenberg in Manodrome (2023)

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A Still Small Voice (2023)

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Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, and Emraan Hashmi in Tiger 3 (2023)

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The Skull (2023)

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Medicine Man: The Stan Brock Story (2020)

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Nov 17, 2023

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Trolls Band Together (2023)

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Thanksgiving (2023)

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Next Goal Wins (2023)

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Do Not Disturb (2022)

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Joaquin Phoenix in Napoleon (2023)

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Alan Tudyk, Chris Pine, and Ariana DeBose in Wish (2023)

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Nicolas Cage in Dream Scenario (2023)

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Ken Davitian, Michael Saquella, and Dominick Mancino in Betrayal (2023)

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Dec 01, 2023

Godzilla Minus One (2023)

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  • Yuki Yamada
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Silent Night (2023)

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  • Catalina Sandino Moreno
  • Harold Torres

Sean Astin, Neal McDonough, Kristoffer Polaha, Elizabeth Tabish, Paras Patel, Rose Reid, and Jordan Alexandra in The Shift (2023)

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  • Jordan Alexandra
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Beyoncé in RENAISSANCE: A FILm by BEYONCÉ (2023)

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Animal Crossing Christmas Festival: The Movie! (2023)

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21st Century Cleo (2023)

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  • Julian Seager
  • Robert DeAngelo
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Fuck Them All! The Story of Heaven and Hell. The Making of a Ballet (2023)

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  • John Waterhouse
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Zachary Levi, Marte Klerck-Nilssen, John F. Brungot, and Mariann Hole in Teddy's Christmas (2022)

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  • John F. Brungot
  • Vegard Strand Eide
  • Gunn Tove Grønsberg

Dec 04, 2023

It Came from Dimension X (2023)

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  • Jimmy 'The Bee' Bennett
  • Grace Gallagher
  • Rahel Kapsaski

Dec 05, 2023

Max Lucado's Because of Bethlehem (2023)

Dec 07, 2023

Sara Bareilles, Caitlin Houlahan, and Charity Dawson in Waitress: The Musical (2023)

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  • Drew Gehling
  • Charity Dawson
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Dec 08, 2023

Mark Ruffalo and Emma Stone in Poor Things (2023)

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  • Willem Dafoe
  • Ramy Youssef

The Boy and the Heron (2023)

  • Soma Santoki
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Eileen (2023)

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Liza Marshall, Adam Ackland, Sophie Hunter, Alice Birch, Amy Jackson, Leah Clarke, and Mahalia Belo in The End We Start From (2023)

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The Oath (2023)

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  • Eugene Brave Rock
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Lord of Misrule (2023)

  • Ralph Ineson
  • Tuppence Middleton
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The Crypto (2023)

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Dec 11, 2023

A Small Town Christmas (2023)

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Glen Powell and Sydney Sweeney in Anyone But You (2023)

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Timothée Chalamet in Wonka (2023)

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Concrete Utopia (2023)

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Kevin Spacey, Lauren Metcalfe, Eire Farrell, Mark Hampton, Gene Fallaize, and Natasha Kemball in Control (2023)

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Reila Aphrodite in Happy Suicide (2023)

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Rainbows (2023)

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The Iron Claw (2023)

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Jason Momoa in Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom (2023)

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Jeffrey Wright in American Fiction (2023)

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Danny DeVito, Elizabeth Banks, Tresi Gazal, Kumail Nanjiani, and Caspar Jennings in Migration (2023)

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Shepherd (2023)

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Joann Stephens in Mob Humor 2022 (2023)

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Ferrari (2023)

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Joel Edgerton in The Boys in the Boat (2023)

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Taraji P. Henson, Fantasia Barrino, and Danielle Brooks in The Color Purple (2023)

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Occupied City (2023)

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Lost Weekend (2023)

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Night Swim (2024)

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Mean Girls (2024)

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The Book of Clarence (2023)

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Her Seye Ragmen (2023)

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Henry Golding in Tiger's Apprentice (2024)

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Fighter (2024)

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Teacher's Pet (2024)

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I.S.S. (2023)

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The Underdoggs (2024)

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The Epidemic (2023)

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Argylle (2024)

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Mads Mikkelsen in The Promised Land (2023)

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Lisa Frankenstein (2024)

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It Ends with Us (2024)

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  • Brandon Sklenar
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The Taste of Things (2023)

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Feb 14, 2024

Dakota Johnson, Sydney Sweeney, Isabela Merced, and Celeste O'Connor in Madame Web (2024)

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  • Isabela Merced
  • Dakota Johnson

Kingsley Ben-Adir in Bob Marley: One Love (2024)

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  • James Norton
  • Lashana Lynch
  • Michael Gandolfini

Miguel Ángel Muñoz and Marielle Jaffe in What About Love (2024)

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We Harvest (2024)

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Drive-Away Dolls (2023)

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Ordinary Angels (2024)

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Feb 27, 2024

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Mar 01, 2024

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  • Aaron Taylor-Johnson

Mar 03, 2024

No Family Without Blood (2024)

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  • Michael Emery
  • Chance the Rapper
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Mar 08, 2024

John Lithgow, David Morse, Federico Castelluccio, Giancarlo Giannini, and Cristiana Dell'Anna in Cabrini (2024)

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  • Jeremy Bobb
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Imaginary (2024)

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Billy Crystal and Jack McBrayer in Rayman's Big Movie (2024)

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Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya in Dune: Part Two (2024)

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Benjamin Jensen, Nova Alessio, and Andrew Kospiak in Kage & Celeste (2024)

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George MacKay and Nathan Stewart-Jarrett in Femme (2023)

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  • Aaron Heffernan
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Mar 29, 2024

Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray, Ernie Hudson, William Atherton, Jason Blumenfeld, Patton Oswalt, Jason Reitman, Paul Rudd, Eric Steelberg, Logan Kim, Ross Donnelly, Robert Smith, Kalisha A. Johnson, Gil Kenan, Natalie Cousteau, Suki Úna Rae, Emily Alyn Lind, Nathan Orloff, Kumail Nanjiani, Shane Reid, Emily Ng, Carrie Coon, James Acaster, Mckenna Grace, Finn Wolfhard, Paul O'Kelly, and Celeste O'Connor in Ghostbusters Sequel (2024)

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Kung Fu Panda 4 (2024)

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  • Jackie Chan

Robert Pattinson in Mickey 17 (2024)

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  • Toni Collette
  • Steven Yeun

Untitled Universal Event Film (2024)

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Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire (2024)

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  • Dan Stevens
  • Rachel House
  • Brian Tyree Henry

Apr 15, 2024

The Full House (2024)

  • Ian Burfield
  • Paul J. Lane
  • Dany Emozione

Apr 19, 2024

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  • Kevin Durand

Apr 21, 2024

The Night of the Harvest (2024)

  • Emma Pearson
  • Ariella Mossey
  • Kailee McGuire

Apr 26, 2024

Challengers (2024)

  • Josh O'Connor

Apr 30, 2024

The Ark and the Aardvark (2024)

  • Aubrey Plaza
  • Miles Teller
  • Craig Robinson

May 03, 2024

Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman in Deadpool 3 (2024)

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  • Morena Baccarin
  • Jennifer Garner
  • Hugh Jackman

May 10, 2024

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  • Chloe Fineman

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  • Anya Taylor-Joy
  • Chris Hemsworth
  • Daniel Webber
  • Angus Sampson

Owen Teague in Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes (2024)

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  • Dichen Lachman
  • William H. Macy

Chris Pratt in Garfield (2024)

  • Nicholas Hoult
  • Chris Pratt

May 30, 2024

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  • Gísli Örn Garðarsson

Jun 07, 2024

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  • Keanu Reeves
  • Lance Reddick
  • Norman Reedus

The Watchers (2024)

  • Dakota Fanning
  • Georgina Campbell
  • Olwen Fouéré
  • Siobhan Hewlett

Jun 08, 2024

Save Me (2024)

  • Kiri Hartig
  • Robert Lewis Stephenson
  • Valerie La Rose

Jun 09, 2024

The Show Must Go On II: The End of the World (2024)

  • Jason Durgana
  • Ron Ronquillo

Jun 14, 2024

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There’s no shortage of new shows and films to watch and enjoy this November, from Sofia Coppola’s Priscilla and a new Meg Ryan-directed romcom , to the long-anticipated A Murder at the End of the World .

This month’s TV slate also sees familiar favorites making their return, including For All Mankind , The Crown (beginning its final season), and even Fargo (whose cast this season includes Juno Temple and Jon Hamm).

Similarly, you could have a pretty good November at the movies simply by catching up with some titles that made their debut at the end of October. Nyad , The Killer , and The Holdovers all crept into the end of the month in limited release but will soon be more widely available. That’s also true of the first film on our list, which played a few theaters at the end of the month. Beyond that, it’s a November filled with new and exciting shows and movies.

(Plus: Check out our list of the 42 Must-See Movies of Fall 2023 .)

Best Movies and Shows to Watch: November 2023

Priscilla (theaters, 11/3).

Working from Priscilla Presley’s 1985 memoir Elvis and Me , Sofia Coppola’s latest keeps the focus squarely on Elvis Presley’s wife, from the moment she met the King of Rock & Roll as a 14-year-old in Germany through the end of the marriage. It’s a showcase for Cailee Spaeny ( Mare of Easttown ), who depicts Priscilla’s transformation. It’s what Rolling Stone calls “Sofia Coppola at her best.” Get Tickets on Fandango

What Happens Later (Theaters, 11/3)

For her second film as a director, Meg Ryan returns to the genre that made her a star via a rom-com about aging and second chances. Ryan stars Willa, who finds herself forced to reexamine her past after bumping into an ex named Bill (David Duchovny), then spending the night reminiscing with him when they found themselves snowbound at an airport. Get Tickets on Fandango

All Dirt Roads Taste of Salt (Theaters, 11/3)

A Sundance hit, Raven Jackson’s debut film earned widespread acclaim for its lyricism and confidence. Set in Mississippi, the film follows Mack (played as an adult by Charleen McClure and at various ages by Kaylee Nicole Johnson and Zainab Jay) from childhood to adulthood. Get Tickets on Fandango

Fingernails (Theaters / Apple TV+, 11/3)

In the near future, love can be verified scientifically. Or can it? Jessie Buckley stars as Anna, a woman who takes a job at a love-testing institute alongside Amir (Riz Ahmed). Christos Nikous directs. Stream it on Apple TV+

Rustin (Theaters, 11/3, Netflix 11/17)

Colman Domingo leads a star-packed cast in this biopic of civil rights activist Bayard Rustin, the 1963 March on Washington architect. Those joining Domingo in this George C. Wolfe-directed film include Chris Rock, Audra McDonald, Da’Vine Joy Randolph, and Jeffrey Wright. Get Tickets on Fandango

Lawmen: Bass Reeves (Paramount+, 11/5)

The Taylor Sheridan TV empire expands with this series based around the life of Bass Reeves (David Oyelowo), whose life took him from slavery to service as a lawman. Dennis Quaid co-stars. Stream it on Paramount+

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Edith Wharton never finished her final novel but that doesn’t mean it can’t be adapted. In fact, maybe it opens up more possibilities, giving British comic Katherine Jakeways, who serves as the series’ showrunner, leeway in reworking Wharton’s story about four American women’s misadventures in 1870s London. Stream it on Apple TV+

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Norwegian director Kristoffer Borgli drew the attention of those who appreciate the weird with last year’s Sick of Myself and hasn’t wasted any time in making his next film. Borgli’s English-language debut stars Nicolas Cage as a college professor who inexplicably begins turning up in the dreams of others. Get Tickets on Fandango

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The SNL comedy trio of Ben Marshall, John Higgins, and Martin Herlihy make a venture into feature films with this story of three sporting goods store employees in search of a precious artifact. Conan O’Brien and Bowen Yang co-star. Stream it on Peacock

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An extension of the MonsterVerse — the movie franchise featuring Godzilla, King Kong, and occasionally both — this new series explores the history of Monarch, the mysterious organization that keeps track of the giant monsters threatening the Earth. Jumping between several decades, its stars include both Wyatt Russell and dad Kurt Russell, who play the same character at different ages. Stream it on Apple TV+

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Napoleon (Theaters, 11/22)

Ridley Scott loves sweeping stories set in the past and his latest is no exception. Reuniting with his Gladiator director, Joaquin Phoenix stars as French emperor with Vanessa Kirby by his side as Josephine. Get Tickets on Fandango

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Godzilla Minus One Spoilers: What Will Happen in the New Movie?

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With Godzilla Minus One hitting Japan early, fans across the globe are looking for spoilers from the movie. Here’s all we know about the movie from the trailers and other rumors so far.

What are the Godzilla Minus One spoilers?

Separate from all past entries.

Even though the latest Toho Godzilla movie is the 33 rd entry for the character, it is separate from all Godzilla entries of the past. The movie is set in a new continuity and could span a new cinematic universe if it turns out to be successful.

Official Synopsis

The official description suggests that “after the war, Japan’s economic state has been reduced to zero. Godzilla appears and plunges the country into a negative state.”

The monster wreaks havoc across the country and makes its situation even worse.

Godzilla isn’t a savior

As the trailers, synopsis, and rumors suggest, Godzilla does not come in as a savior. This is a mutated version of the character who is rumored to be woken up by an atomic bomb. He is angry and comes to Japan to cause total annihilation. He isn’t the protector we’ve known him to be in the recent MonsterVerse movies of Hollywood.

Godzilla uses his atomic breath

Something that’s pretty clear in the trailers is that Godzilla will be seen using his atomic breath toward the final act of the film. He won’t be holding any punches.

The Two Godzillas Rumor

A common rumor being spread around on social media and forums is that there will be two Godzillas in the film. One would be the aforementioned angry Godzilla mutated by an atomic bomb, while the other would be a more natural Godzilla who shows up to stop the mutated version. However, this piece of information needs to be taken with a grain of salt as it doesn’t come from any official source.

The cast of Godzilla

Godzilla Minus One features a stellar Japanese cast, including Ryunosuke Kamiki as Koichi Shikishima and Yuki Yamada as Shiro Mizushima. Others involved are Munetaka Aoki as Sosaku Tachibana, Minami Hamabe as Noriko Oishi, Sakura Ando as Sumiko Ota, Hidetaka Yoshioka as Kenji Nada, and Kuranosuke Sasaki as Yoji Akitsu.

Godzilla Minus One opens in Japan on November 3, 2023. It will be released on December 1, 2023, in the U.S.

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