My Netflix Picks

My love/hate with films is well noted on my blog, but here are a few of my recommendations for Netflix marathon viewing. I turn my subscription on and off for long periods of time, I recently turned it back on to watch To All the Boys… part 2, (my guilty, too young for me to watch, pleasure).

Documentary:

*Fyre, the greatest party that never happened (2019)

*Gringo the Dangerous Life of John McAfee (2016)

The Surrounding Game (2018)

The Code (S1:E1)

Team Foxcatcher (2016)

Conversations with a killer the Ted Bundy tapes (2019)

My Scientology Movie (2015)

Wild Wild Country (2018)

Holy Hell (2016) (warning: contains pornographic footage)

Diana in her own words (2017)

Hip Hop Evolution (2020,S:2)

Bombshell (2017)

Film worker (2017)

League of Legends (2019)

Who Killed Jam Master Jay (2018)

Bikram Yogi Guru Predator (2019)

*The Rachel Divide (2018)

America’s Book of Secrets (2014, S1:E2 and S1:E5)

Drama:

*The Grand Master (2013)

Suffragette (2015)

The Water Diviner (2014)

The Stanford Experiment (2015)

Horror:

Train to Busan (2016)

SciFi/Fantasy:

*Advantageous (2015)

*Blade Runner, the final cut (1982)

*The Swiss Army Man (2016)

Ant-Man vs Wasp (2018)

I am Mother (2019)

Equals (2015)

Moon (2009)

Kung Fu Hustle (2004)

What Happened to Monday (2017)

Romance:

Set it Up (2018)

Mansfield Park (1999)

One Day (2011)

About Time (2013)

*Like Water for Chocolate (1992)

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (2018)

Animation:

April and the Extraordinary World (2015)

Stand up Comedy:

Trevor Noah Son of Patricia (2018)

John Leguizamos’s Latin History for Morons (2018)

Reality/competition Series:

The Final Table (2018)

Zumbo’s Just Desserts (2019, S1 & S2)

Instant Hotel (2019)

Blown Away (2019)

Back with the Ex (2018)

*I especially recommend these films.

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  1. Just turned on netflix again after a year. The coronavirus keeps us indoors at the moment. Thanks for these recommendations, perfect timing. Saw passengers last night….expected the worst but enjoyed it a lot. Probably because it’s set in space…

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    1. I’m glad you can make use of my recommendations, some of the material is heavy/depressing, (specifically the documentaries, but they’re thought provoking).

      Passengers had some controversy, but I actually enjoyed watching it too. The actors had great chemistry, sets were beautiful, (they were physically built), and I like sci-fi stories too.

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      1. I didn’t know of any controversy around passengers but I don’t think I even noticed it’s release. The sets were beautiful. And the quiet…ahhh.
        Its so easy to be disappointed by a film that when a film is even slightly better than expected it becomes somehow remarkable

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