There are many reasons why we love Netflix. But the main one is that it has everything to satisfy our thirst for entertainment. From TV shows, films, documentaries, kids' programs - what more could you wish for?
Being spoilt for choice, you might be unsure of what to watch. Or maybe you've decided to change your cup of tea.
In any case, we bring you the 10 top movies to watch on Netflix.
1. The Adam Project (2022)
If you ever wondered how it would feel to talk to a younger version of yourself, this movie is right up your alley. Starring irresistible Ryan Reynolds as a time-traveling pilot who goes back in time and crash-lands in 2022, he is forced to team up with his 12-year old self to do what all good guys try to do – save the future.
The ensemble cast includes Zoe Saldana, Mark Ruffalo, and Jennifer Garner.
2. Shrek (2001)
Who would've thought that a green ogre would be so popular among the kids? Well, Andrew Adamson and Vicky Jenson thought. And they were right.
After receiving unwanted guests in his swamp, a grumpy ogre, Shrek, decides to visit the king and give him a piece of his mind, only to find himself enlisted on a rescue mission. Shrek has to join forces with a witty but chatty donkey to save the princess from a dreadful dragon.
3. Shrek 2 (2004)
In this sequel, Shrek and Donkey embark on a new adventure to thwart Fairy Grandmother's plans and save Shrek and Fiona's marriage.
4. Shooter (2007)
Mark Wahlberg stars as war veteran Bobby Lee Swagger running against the clock to save the US president from an assassination attempt while being framed for murder.
5. Madea Homecoming (2022)
You are bound to laugh your head off watching this comedy film! At a family reunion in honor of her great-grandson's college graduation, Madea is determined to show she hasn't passed her sell-by date yet.
6. Dunkirk (2017)
A masterpiece by Christopher Nolan, the war-inspired film centers on the evacuation of British soldiers trapped on the beaches of Dunkirk during the German invasion of France in World War II. Receiving Academy Award nominations for Best Picture and Best Director, the film is a must-see for all Nolan's fans.
7. Despicable Me 2 (2013)
Despicable Me 2 portrays a supervillain-turned-father who has decided to provide for his family legally…Or maybe not.
8. Coach Carter (1990)
Samuel L. Jackson plays the role of Ken Carter, a basketball coach who returns to his hometown to coach the local high-school basketball team. The first-hated-then-loved coach teaches us some important life messages. You might want to prepare a tissue!
9. The Bombardment (2021)
In a fact-based story, we follow a group of individuals trying to cope with the aftermath of an accidental school bombing during World War II. Not recommended for the faint-hearted.
10. "21" ( 2008)
Six MIT students use their maths abilities and trickery to earn a lot of money at Las Vegas casinos.
Do you have another favorite show? Let us know in the comments so we can check it out!
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