The Hands-Down Best Movies on Netflix Right Now

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This film centers on a woman (Sanaa Lathan) who reaches a breaking point at work and in her personal life and decides to completely shave off her hair, the thing she worked tirelessly to keep "perfect.

We've all been there: It's Friday night, and you've agreed to host a movie night, but no one can figure out what to watch.

Amy Adams earned her first Oscar nomination for Junebug, which centers on Madeleine (Embeth Davidtz) and George (Alessandro Nivola), a couple who travel down South to meet George's family, including his pregnant sister-in-law (played by Adams).

This beloved 2008 dramedy centers on Nick (Michael Cera), who can't stop obsessing over his ex-girlfriend until her best friend, Norah (Kat Dennings), takes an interest in him one night at a club.

Brie Larson directed and stars in this quirky indie movie about a woman who's magically given the opportunity of fulfilling her childhood dream: adopting a unicorn.

Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston star in this Netflix original as a New York City cop and his wife who become embroiled in a murder mystery (duh) involving an elderly billionaire during their European vacation.

Avengers: End Game is dominating the box office, so if you need to catch up on the saga before you head to the theater, watch this: After all, none of the events of End Game could happen without this movie, which brings all your faves from the Marvel Cinematic Universe together.

One of the most original horror movies in recent years, this tightly wound story centers on a deaf woman who has to fight for her life after a masked psychopath invades her home.

To All the Boys I've Loved Before, based on Jenny Han's best-selling novels, centers on Lara Jean (Lana Condor), who finds herself in crisis when the love notes she wrote to her past crushes are accidentally sent out.

It's filled to the brim with heart, spirit, and a body-positive message, so you'd be hard-pressed to find someone who won't feel something from this movie.

It's just the sort of tense thriller perfect for a Friday movie night.

This space epic tells the story of young girl, Meg (Storm Reid), who, with the help of three celestial queens, attempts to find her missing scientist father (Chris Pine). Mrs. Who (Mindy Kaling), Mrs.

Rachel McAdams and Domhnall Gleeson star in this 2013 movie about a couple navigating a relationship in which one of them can travel through time.

The problem with that, though, is your friends with no taste might throw in some horrible selections—like Boogeyman II, which is what we ended up watching that night. (I learned you don't need to see Boogeyman to figure out the plot.

In this charming 2013 film, Walt Disney (Tom Hanks) embarks on what would become a 20-year mission to acquire the rights to Mary Poppins from its author, P. L. Travers (Emma Thompson).

Before the live-action remake hits theaters in 2020, reacquaint yourself with this Disney classic, which includes the iconic song "Reflection" and memorable vocal work from Eddie Murphy.

Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara each earned Oscar nominations for this 2015 drama about two women in the 1950s who begin a secret romance, changing the course of their lives forever.

Jennifer Aniston plays a pageant queen whose plus-size daughter enters a beauty competition in this comedy, based on the best-selling novel by Julie Murphy.

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