We’ve already been keeping track of the top ten TV shows on Netflix…but what about films?
To simplify the dreaded process of selecting a streaming option, we compiled a list of Netflix’s top-rated movies, which ranks them based on who’s watching what. From Thunder Force to Legally Blonde, keep reading for the most popular movies on Netflix right now.
1. Thunder Force
Join Lydia (Melissa McCarthy) and Emily (Octavia Spencer) as they team up to become a genetically modified superhero duo, dubbed “Thunder Force.”
2. Why Did You Kill Me?
This true-crime documentary follows a mother’s desperate attempt to find her daughter’s killer...using MySpace.
3. The Little Rascals
A group of rebellious youngsters create an anti-girl club to refrain from getting “cooties.” When Alfalfa (Bug Hall) betrays the pact for a cute schoolmate, the group makes it their mission to break up the couple, so they can win their town’s soapbox car rally.
4. The Stand In
Drew Barrymore portrays not one, but two lead characters in this funny flick. This includes a C-list actress named Candy Black, along with the former stunt double she enlists to assume her identity while she goes to rehab for income tax evasion.
5. Sniper: Ghost Shooter
Sniper: Ghost Shooter tells the story of two elite snipers—Brandon Beckett (Chad Michael Collins) and Richard Miller (Billy Zane)—who are assigned to guard a gas pipeline. The situation takes a terrifying turn when they realize they’re being followed by a ghost shooter, who seems to know exactly where they are at any given moment.
6. Saving Private Ryan
The Steven Spielberg flick is a re-creation of World War II’s D-day invasion. The film follows a group of Army Rangers on a journey to locate a lost soldier whose three brothers have been killed in battle.
7. Legally Blonde
Meet popular “it” girl Elle Woods (Reese Witherspoon), who is heartbroken after getting dumped by her boyfriend. In an attempt to win him back, she works her butt off to become his classmate at Harvard Law School.
After receiving multiple college rejection letters, senior Bartleby Gaines (Justin Long) devises a plan to fool his family and friends into thinking he’s going to college by opening his own university. Introducing South Harmon Institute of Technology.
9. Concrete Cowboy
Based on the book Ghetto Cowboy by Greg Neri, it documents a teen’s struggle to understand his father’s urban-cowboy lifestyle. (Fun fact: The film is based on the real-life Fletcher Street Urban Riding Club, an organization that is dedicated to inner-city horsemanship in Philadelphia.)
10. New Gods: Nezha Reborn
This animated flick takes place in the fictional world of Donghai City. It focuses on Nezha, who’s living a pretty normal life as a delivery man. Everything changes when he encounters his old nemeses and resumes his role as a powerful Chinese deity.
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