See it before someone recommends it to you. Barry Jenkins’ 2016 drama might be the most shocking Best Picture winner of all time, and not just for the way it went down on Oscar night. Is this Sergio Leone’s best movie? There are 3712 movies in Netflix library. IT only appears to children and reels them in by talking to them, making himself seem like the perfect 'friend'. If you love corsets, hoop skirts, and some good old-fashioned Victorian adultery, look no further than The Duchess, in which Keira Knightley plays a woman who strays from her unhappy marriage to the Duke (Ralph Fiennes) by starting an affair with a politician (Dominic Cooper). Remember the McConaissance? The funnyman plays it relatively straight in this "psychological science fiction comedy-drama", with his character failing to realise actors are playing his family and friends. Put on your listening ears. With one day constantly replaying, Samatha Kingston realises she cannot change the things she wants too. Melissa McCarthy is desk-bound CIA analyst who is sent into the field on dangerous missions. Don’t miss it. Looking for every single movie currently streaming on Netflix? Martin Scorsese’s big breakthrough came with this 1973 crime film about a pair of New York friends, unforgettably played by Harvey Keitel and Robert De Niro. Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorcese team up once again for this adaptation of the novel of the same name by Dennis Lehane. The best foreign-language film of 2018 is already on Netflix, hopefully indicating a deeper commitment by the company to present the best of international cinema to American audiences. Del Toro’s first Oscar winner blends the fantasy world of a girl named Ofelia and the abject cruelty of her stepfather, a Captain during the Spanish Civil War. Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating:87%. Don’t miss this one. Anthony plays Pope Benedict XVI - conservative and doubt-ridden - who meets with his progressive yet reluctant successor, Cardinal Bergoglio, later Pope Francis. An exploration of regret, longing and the fragility of the human spirit, the film is directed and written by Academy Award winner Charlie Kaufman. In a New Years Eve and Valentine’s Day-esque format, this story follows four women in relationships who’d like to know more about why men think the way they do. In the world of penguins, a simple song can be the difference between a lifetime of misery or an eternity of unhappiness. This Noah Baumbach film didn’t premiere in theaters, instead going the Netflix route in 2017. The cast is made up of the same actors who appeared in the 2018 Broadway revival and play gay men living in 1960s New York.