Netflix’s content library is huge, and it is not possible to run out of content to watch. However, it does put you in another pickle of what to watch! It does not get easy at all. Therefore, guides like this now and then come in handy. Like a little nudge on which direction to go in this vast jungle of content.
To make this walk a breezy one, you would need an internet connection ideal for streaming with strong WiFi connectivity, so you do not have to worry about being at the right spot or in a certain position. We are talking about the likes of Cox WiFi where you can enjoy your internet speeds to the fullest and stream without any buffering wheel from any place in your house.
Once you are prepared with this, you can conquer the world of Netflix, one title at a time.
Now onto the best 10 movies we think you should watch this week. You’ll regret missing out on these. Read ahead to find out our top picks on Netflix this week.
When you read the term ‘Zombie,’ you immediately expect to watch something in the thriller genre. Well, you are kind of wrong on this one.
Zombieland is a horror-comedy revolving around a group of survivors of the Zombie apocalypse. A college student, two smart sisters, and a zombie slayer come together to bring you to the edge of the seat, where you never know if you’ll jump in a laughter fit or cover your eyes for something gore-some. It is an absolute must-watch!
The classical ‘whodunnit’ is always a great watch, and that too one starring Daniel Craig -we are giving you no choice. With a stellar cast, this murder mystery keeps getting twisty and keeps you captivated till the very end.
For the ones who have watched the first film, Knives Out, this movie will give you a better look at Craig’s character development. Nevertheless, the ones who did not watch the first film can equally enjoy this iconic story.
Based on the book ‘I Hear You Paint Houses’ by Charles Brandt will have you fully indulged. The book itself was loosely about Frank Sheeran, an alleged hitman.
The Irishman, starring Robert De Niro and Jimmy Hoffa takes you on a bumpy ride. All we can say is that this is worth every minute, and well, 10 nominations from Oscar are no less than a final nudge for you to watch this.
Set in 1862, The Wonder follows Lib Wright on her work call to Ireland to look after Anna O’Donnell, a lady who has not eaten in four months and only surviving on just enough ‘manna from heaven.’
Medical impossibility in work and religious limitations are only recipes for wreaking havoc. Timeworthy watch, indeed!
A movie that once again put India on the filming maps, RRR is not one to miss.
Set in 1920 revolves around the Indian rebels, Alluri Sitrama Raju and Komaram Bheem, fighting against the barbaric times under Governor Scott Buxton and his wife, Catherine.
With excellent cinematography and no drama plotline, this piece is worth your time this week.
Now this one on the list is different from everything else that Netflix has to offer right now. This is an experimental piece playing with a stop-motion compilation.
Following the same house being inhabited by two different species in different world only make it weirder, yet somewhat interesting for you to keep up with.
Nonetheless, everyone needs to experience this eerie watch.
Did you miss out on this crazy and elite starrer? Names like Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep, Cate Blanchett, and so many more outdo themselves in Don’t Look Up.
It is a scene for survival, but there is no escaping the giant comet heading toward Earth. It’s all a matter of time. However, this political satire makes the movie a humorous yet thrilling watch.
Now that you have a clear idea of what is the best available on Netflix right now, just hop onto the streaming service and enjoy your week away!