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The Best Movies On Netflix Right Now

The Best Movies On Netflix Right Now
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This has been quite a significant week on Netflix for the movies, even with the riff-raff we have filtered through and picked out four incredible new movies for you to look at.

In the event if you have missed any of the releases, you can locate a full week by week recap here, you can also find more movie recommendations from a week ago here.

Straight Up (2019)

Genre: Comedy, Romance

Director: James Sweeney

Cast: Katie Findlay, Tracie Thoms, Randall Park, Betsy Brandt

Runtime: 95 min

The rom-com features two individuals sharing an imperfect relationship where he is gay. However, she doesn’t mind, and it is just the way they like it.

Reviews are fairly positive, holding a 6.4 IMDb rating and 65 on Metacritic.

Quite an alternative for Hulu’s love victor

Ride Like a Girl (2019)

Genre: Biography, Drama, Sport

The Director: Rachel Griffiths

Cast:  Sam Neill, Aaron Glenane, Sullivan Stapleton, Teresa Palmer

The Runtime: 98 min

A brilliant family drama from Australia is a tale of a young girl who wins her desired Melbourne Cup defeating her other 9 siblings. Hence, Teresa Palmer is seen displaying her acting abilities on a small budget inspirational story.

Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga (2020)

Genre: Comedy

The Director: David Dobkin

Cast: Pierce Brosnan, Rachel McAdams, Jamie Demetriou, Will Ferrell

Writer: Andrew Steele, Will Ferrell

The Runtime: 123 mins

Netflix’s original movie of the week is this comedy movie based on the European Eurovision song contest.

With something to offer for everyone, it’s an elite star-cast, exceptional guest appearances and an amazing soundtrack. However, Worth a watch if you are a Ferrel fan and looking for something different.

Woodshock (2017)

Genre: Drama, Thriller

Director: Kate Mulleavy, Laura Mulleavy

Cast: Kirsten Dunst, Joe Cole, Pilou Asbæk, Steph DuVall

Runtime: 100 min

Having an interest in controversies, Woodshock is all you are looking for, it truly has divided the crowd at the hour of release and continues to do so. Actress Kristen Dunst plays a woman who is losing track of reality while taking new medications. Moreover, It was added last Sunday.

Wasp Network

Genre: Thriller

The Director: Olivier Assayas

Cast: Wagner Moura, Ana de Armas, Gael García Bernal, Penélope Cruz

The Writer: Olivier Assayas

Runtime: 123 min

A wasp network and Netflix’s original that has been persistent on the top 10 charts, has been featured on Netflix last week and due to its growing effect, we are featuring it again this week. Thus, this thriller is based on a true story, following Cuban spies and infiltrating various exile groups and has an exceptional name attached. 


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