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Are you in the mood for a movie but not ready to commit to a two-hour storyline? You’ve come to the right place. Keep reading for a list of movies under 100 minutes that are now streaming on Netflix.
This short—but sweet—Sundance film focuses on a young wrestler, Zion Clark, who was born without legs.
A documentary about a man who sells second-hand items. The catch? Potatoes are the only currency. Just let that sink in.
Iraq war veteran Bobby Lane documents how he uses surfing to help his PTSD. (Don’t worry, it’s oddly calming.)
Based on the best-selling children’s book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler, this endearing short features the voices of James Corden and Helena Bonham Carter.
You probably remember this documentary, which sheds light on the opioid epidemic in West Virginia, as a nominee from the 2018 Oscars.
Can Juan Catalan use a popular TV show to prove he’s innocent of murder? Tune in to this documentary to find out.
An Oscar-winning documentary about the Syrian War. (Disclaimer: It’s a heavy one.)
Holiday classics FTW.
Adam Scott and Taylor Schilling in a raunchy comedy about a dinner turned sex party.
Long before Lady Bird, Greta Gerwig starred in this similar coming-of-age film…in black-and-white.
This guerilla-style movie tells the story of a transgender sex worker, and it’s the perfect balance of comedy and drama.
This indie flick stars Jake Johnson (New Girl) as a compulsive gambler who agrees to watch a duffel bag for a locked-up acquaintance... and then realizes it's full of cash.
If you love Planet Blue, then we highly recommend this marine-life documentary.
A collection of 12 short films, including “Frozen Fever” about Anna’s birthday party gone awry.
Two co-workers try (and fail) to ignore their chemistry as they frequent the bar scene. Two words: Anna Kendrick.
We highly recommend you watch this Netflix original before the sequel comes out on November 30.
Cue “If You Were Here” by The Thompson Twins.
A jump-scare horror movie starring Dylan Minnette (13 Reasons Why).
The story of a struggling photographer who receives a magical Advent calendar from her grandpa. (Because everyone loves a cheesy Christmas movie.)
Maggie Gyllenhaal plays an optimistic teacher who goes above and beyond for a gifted five-year-old boy.
A man develops a pen pal relationship with the woman who used to live in his lake house. Keanu Reeves + Sandra Bullock = our kind of Sunday night.
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