These are the best Netflix movies available now
Daniel Craig's Benoit Blanc is back in this follow-up to 2019's Knives Out. Glass Onion picks up with an all new cast of characters, played by a predictably impressive ensemble.
The period psychological drama examines themes of trauma and religious fervor. Florence Pugh received widespread critical acclaim for her performance.
An epic anti-war movie based on the 1929 novel by Erich Maria Remarque. It follows German teenager Paul (Felix Kammerer) as he enlists in the German army near the end of the First World War.
Serial killer biopics are nothing new for Netflix, but The Good Nurse stands apart as a sensitively handled, chilling take on one of the worst true crime cases in recent history.
Thomas M. Wright’s elliptical but gripping The Stranger circles one of Australia’s most horrifying crimes: the kidnap and murder of 13-year-old Queensland boy Daniel Morcombe.
While Blonde won't be for everyone – it's a difficult watch and should not be taken as anywhere near the truth of Marilyn Monroe's life – it's an incredibly intricate comment on celebrity culture.
Set in suburban France, Athena – which debuted at Venice Film Festival – centers on a community dealing with the aftermath of the brutal, racist murder of an Algerian man, Idir.