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50 Movies Streaming On Netflix That Set the Standards - w/Dreammore
The Golden Gem Movies Waiting for You On Netflix
Netflix is hard at work uploading new movies daily for your entertainment. We understand the hardship that it is having to stay in-tune to what the latest and greatest movies are available on Netflix. This is why we have listed, the 50 greatest.
Netflix has thousands of movies within their sub-categorised portfolio, and truly, we don't want you to miss a thing.
The list that you will find just below, has been updated, and will continue to be updated every month to renew the movies that are no longer streaming on Netflix, to the greatest and latest that are currently streaming on Netflix.
We made the long awaited decision back in 2010 to sign-up with Netflix, and we have been amazed by the transitions that the service has gone through to keep up to date with the latest movie and TV series trends.
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Top 50 Greatest Movies Available for Instant Streaming On Netflix
Netflix is an online movie/TV series streaming service that is available in regions all over the globe. Need we say more. If you have a Netflix account, then be sure to access the service through all portals to our dimension. - smart TV's, computers (website), tablets/smart phones (apps).
This list has been sourced by a Netflix partner/if by 'partner' we mean Netflix's other-half.
The list has been made in specific order, other than that these movies are all the best, and that these movies are all available for instant streaming, now.
Finally, for each movie listed, there will be one line that sums up the movie in our eyes. Need we write more.
No.50 - Spectre (2015)
"Daniel Craig's fourth outing in the James Bond franchise."
No.49 - Pulp Fiction (1994)
"Quentin Tarantino's second movie."
No.48 - Sicario (2015)
"An Emily Blunt movie. The FBI takes on the Mexican drug cartel."
No.47 - Fight Club (1999)
"A David Fincher movie, starring Edward Norton and his imaginary friend, Brad Pitt."
No.46 - Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003)
"Quentin Tarantino's movie that stars Uma Thurman as the lead."
No.45 - Drive (2011)
"Ryan Gosling's manliest role, to date."
No.44 - Flight (2012)
"Denzel Washington flips a jet airliner and safely lands the plane in a grassy field."
No.43 - How I Spent My Summer Vacation (2012)
"Mel Gibson returns as a big-money robber who winds up in a Mexican prison."
No.42 - Minions (2015)
"The spin-off to Despicable Me brings the story of how the Minions came to be."
No.41 - The Big Short (2015)
"A financial fortune 500 movie, that brings together Steve Carrell, Ryan Gosling and Christian Bale."
No.40 - Looper (2012)
"A future where criminal organisations are sending captured targets back in time to be executed."
No.39 - Get Shorty (1995)
"The movie producing business is an industry worth billions of dollars in the US, but how does one get into the business in the first place?"
No.38 - Thor: The Dark World (2013)
"Britain is our destination for this return of the Thor series."
No.37 - The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 (2015)
"The Hunger Games finally gets its much awaited conclusion."
No.36 - Seven Psychopaths (2012)
"Funny Colin Farrell is back, and that means an Irish accent."
No.35 - 30 Days of Night (2007)
"In this part of the world there is one month each year of complete blackness, and a vampire horde have just landed their ship at the shores."
No.34 - The Descent (2005)
"Who knew a British produced horror movie could be good. Cue, The Descent, a commercially and critically successful British movie."
No.33 - Mr. Brooks (2007)
"The secret life of a serial killer, balancing a successful career, family life and the demons within that leads to the death of an innocent person."
No.32 - Seven Pounds (2008)
"Will Smith is getting fans right where he wants them, emotionally vulnerable."
No.31 - The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013)
"The Hunger Games returns for its sequel, and the 'games' this time around are even more entertaining."
No.30 - Panic Room (2002)
"Who knew a thriller could be set in one location, a luxurious New York Manhattan town house, and still get audiences questioning how the movie could all end."
No.29 - The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011)
"Daniel Craig is at his best in the life of a newspaper owner and successful writer, in the western remake of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo."
No.28 - Fargo (1996)
"Fargo is the friendliest place on earth, but they hide some sinister cases of violence."
No.27 - Buried (2010)
"Ryan Reynolds is buried alive in the dessert in an undisclosed location, and all he has is a phone and a torch."
No.26 - Insidious: Chapter 2 (2013)
"The follow-up to Insidious, carrying right on where the other left off."
No.25 - The Ring Two (2005)
"The sequel to the commercially successful "The Ring", which sees the return of Rachel and her son, as they once again find the curse of Samara has followed them."
No.24 - Insidious (2011)
"Some of James Wan's greatest work, as we take a look at the other side (land of neither dead nor living) through the sleeping passage to hell."
No.23 - American Gangster (2007)
"Denzel Washington is the head macho gangster in New York dealing large quantities of some of the purist cocaine on the black market, and Russell Crowe is the head of a special detective unit that has been assigned the job of bringing down Washington's empire."
No.22 - Eastern Promises (2007)
"Viggo Mortensen is a Russian mafia driver, and Naomi Watts is a nurse who comes across the world of the mafia in London whilst dealing with a dead girls baby, trying to make sense of where her family might be. The clues lead her to a Russian luxurious restaurant, owned by a Russian mafia boss, and Mortensen gets mixed up in the troubles that are sure to follow - illegal prostitution, rape and drug distribution."
No.21 - The Woman in Black (2012)
"Daniel Radcliffe sets out in his first big movie title since Harry Potter, and treads into ghostly activities."
No.20 - Resident Evil: Apocalypse (2004)
"The second Resident Evil video-game-to-movie adaptation."
No.19 - Resident Evil: Extinction (2007)
"The third Resident Evil video-game-to-movie adaptation."
No.18 - World War Z (2013)
"Brad Pitt takes the lead in his first ever zombies movie, and proves that astonishing commercial success can be had in the 'zombies' horror sub-genre."
No.17 - The Amityville Horror (2005)
"A horror remake, starring Ryan Reynolds (and Ryan Reynolds buff body)."
No.16 - Men in Black (1997)
"Will Smith further cements his place in the comedy/action crossover genre, and Tommy Lee Jones makes for an interesting partnership between the two taking on intergalactic conflicts."
No.15 - The Nice Guys (2016)
"Ryan Gosling is funny, or at the very least amusing in "The Nice Guys".
No.14 - Hot Fuzz (2007)
"The comedy duo (from Sean of the Dead) are back, and this time around they are police officers in a small, yet suspiciously safe village."
No.13 - This Is 40 (2012)
"The realities of a midlife crisis, as we turn to Paul Rudd for some comedy advice."
No.12 - The Family (2013)
"An Italian-American gangster family are hiding out in France from a team of hit-men who want them dead."
No.11 - Elizabethtown (2005)
"Orlando Bloom is depressed, and then seemingly not depressed."
No.10 - Blade II (2002)
"Wesley Snipes' final good movie before he would become a blacklisted actor in Hollywood."
No.9 - The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)
"Andrew Garfield has arrived, and he is the latest actor to take on the Spider-Man role."
No.8 - X-Men 2 (2003)
"X-Men gets its first sequel, and Hugh Jackman is getting the star attention."
No.7 - Terminator Genisys (2015)
"Terminator is back. Arnold Schwarzenegger has lost his 'terminator' appeal. The actress from Game of Thrones (the dragon controlling blonde) is looking different, but she cannot lead a movie. The other actors/actresses... and cue the bad movie."
No.6 - Street Kings (2008)
"Keanu Reeves leads this dodgy detectives movie, and it has the feel of "Training Day."
No.5 - Your Highness (2011)
"James Franco is back in a comedy that would have him (practically reprising his role as Saul Silver from "Pineapple Express") play a prince who must go on a quest to save his queen."
No.4 - Transporter 3 (2008)
"The 'transporter' movie that would end all Statham 'transporter' movies."
No.3 - Kidnapping Freddy Heineken (2015)
"We found Sam Worthington, and also stars Anthony Hopkins as the 'kidnapped' lager brand owner, Freddy Heineken."
No.2 - Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014)
"No more LaBeouf. Now we have Mark Wahlberg who will lead the movie and do plenty of talking to the alien robots, just so we believe they are real."
No.1 - Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)
"Get ready for an improved super-villain who is hardwired to cause world destruction, and everyone agrees that Tom Hiddleston is a great villain, but just does not satisfy the darkness that is evil."
For the Netflix Buffs
Are you an official advocate for the Netflix movement, and if so, do you agree with our list. We would love to hear any additions that you feel would be monumental for a list as this one.
Plus, what is your favourite movie on Netflix that has brought you back countless times, just to watch that single movie?
Ours is Drive, released in 2011, starring Ryan Gosling as a full-time mechanic, part time stuntman in the movies, and his most skilled work as a part time getaway driver. What's best about Drive is that no one could have expected (spoiler-ahead!) Gosling's character would have his final skill, the ability to beat down pretty much anybody who gets in his way.
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