As Good As It Gets
Not many movies have won Oscars for both Best Actor and Best Actress. Actually, this lighthearted comedy, for which stars Jack Nicholson and Helen Hunt both brought home the huge trophies, is the last time it occurred. It's an incredible case of a film that plays flawlessly to the qualities of both of its stars.
Netflix Movies is obviously preparing supporters for Martin Scorcese's up and coming Netflix-elite film The Irishman by including a few of his most adored movies (see: The Departed, additionally on this rundown). This one has slid somewhat under the history's radar, not being discussed as much as it should. It's a specialized wonder for the plane-crash scene alone and incorporates a standout amongst Scorsese's best troupes, including his old buddy Leo close by Cate Blanchett, Kate Beckinsale, and Jude Law, just to give some examples.
The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
Joel and Ethan Coen's Western treasury arrangement was a piece of Netflix's image rethinking 2018. Without a doubt, Netflix still has a pack of garbage, however it additionally handled the most recent from Alfonso Cuaron, the Coens, and even Orson Welles. This splendid Western fills in as parody, show, and even a discourse on the Coens themselves. Try not to miss it.
Bonnie and Clyde
Disregard the dull Netflix Original The Highwaymen and return to Arthur Penn's 1967 gem that characterized the legend of Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow. A standout amongst the most significant movies of its age, this recounting a standout amongst wrongdoing's most notorious pairs stars Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway. It was milestone in its viciousness in 1967 it's still ground-breaking five decades later.