I wanted to spare you the pain of sorting through the bad Netflix movies and share some of my favorites with you. Enjoy!
- Chopped Collection: Competition where 4 chefs compete in 3 rounds where they have to use basket ingredients to prepare an app, an entree, and a dessert.
- House of Cards: Was not expecting to like this show but got sucked in! Currently has 4 seasons.
- New Girl: Light and funny sitcom with great characters and really funny writing.
- Portlandia: Each episode is filled with different comedy sketch scenes. Once you watch a few episodes you love certain sketches and characters…really funny!
- PlantPure Nation: An inside look at activists fighting to have a plant-based diet promoted by the USDA.
- Cowspiracy (reaction post coming soon!): An informative look on how the meat and dairy industry is impacting the environment in a very negative way.
- Autism in Love: A look inside a small handful of adults with autism and how they live their life, navigate relationships, and love.
- Love Me!: Follows a small handful of men looking for love using the mail order bride system. Very interesting!
- The Immigrant: Set in the 1920’s and follows the story of a woman immigrating to America from Poland.
- Unconditional: The story of a Christian woman whose husband was murdered. She intends to seek out her husband’s killer and in the process learns a lot about herself.
- What Maisie Knew: The story of a young girl whose extremely selfish parents are getting divorced. The young girl who pays Maisie is so great in this movie!
- Stonehearst Asylum: A dark psychological thriller taking place in the 1800’s. It follows the main character as he believes something suspicious is going on with how the asylum is run.
- The Girl: A girl filled with regret ends up caring for a lost Mexican child and learns a lot about herself during the journey.
- The Last Days (Spanish): The world is overcome with a disease that kills anyone exposed to the outside sunlight. This movie is so beautifully done as is so many Spanish films.
- The Host (Korean): A thrilling monster movie with great characters and a fast pace.
- Remembrance (Polish & German): The story of two people who fell in love in a concentration camp and then got separated. They each believed the other to be dead, however, now 52 years old, the lady finds out her former lover is still alive.
- Automata (Spanish): A Post-apocalyptic movie in which the main character discovers a conspiracy after a robot is killed for violating its protocol.
- Lucky (Zulu & English): The story of a 10 year old boy who leaves his small village to make a new life in the city.
Current Favorite Netflix Finds? Do you like a certain genre best?
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