Top 10 Netflix Original Movies Of All Time 


'The Irishman' (2019), directed by Martin Scorsese. For his Netflix film 'The Irishman,' Scorsese brought together the holy trifecta of Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, and Joe Pesci. It is an engaging crime drama that is a reflection of life and the choices we make.

'Dolemite Is My Name' (2019), directed by Craig Brewer. Follows Rudy Ray Moore's journey to create 'Dolemite,' a memorable symbol of the Blaxploitation film industry. Eddie Murphy gives a knockout, career-best performance.

'Beasts Of No Nation' (2014), directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga. 'Beasts Of No Nation' follows the life of a West African boy groomed to become a child soldier. Idris Alba, as Commandant, gives an unflinching performance.

'Set It Up' (2018), directed by Claire Scanlon. Zoey Deutch and Glen Powell play overworked assistants who plan to set up their bosses with each other, but everything becomes a complicated marry-go-round.

'Marriage Story' (2019), directed by Noah Baumbach. 'Marriage Story' dissects marriage and love through a prism of understanding and empathy. It is equal part hilarious and equal parts devastating.

To All The Boys I've Ever Loved' (2018), directed by Susan Johnson. Based on Jenny Han's books, it is the story of Lara Jean's epistolary romance, which comes alive when all her wishful letters reach their perspective receivers. Lana Candor plays Lara Jean with a refreshing geniality.

'Gerald's Game' (2017), directed by Mike Flanagan. A night booked for fantasies becomes a living nightmare. Stephen King fans must visit this house of horror, which is a rollercoaster ride of thrilling twists and turns.

'tick, tick…BOOM!' (2021), directed by Lin-Manuel Miranda. ' 'tick, tick…BOOM!' plays like a great 'Where's Waldo' for musical theatre nerds, but don't knock it as an immensely great work of art. Andrew Garfield is a true force of nature here.

'The Lost Daughter' (2021), directed by Maggie Gyllenhaal. Maggie Gyllenhaal's writing and direction successfully capture the melancholy of Elena Ferrante's novel. Olivia Colman is splendid, but Dakota Johnson is compelling as never seen before.

'The Power Of The Dog' (2022),  directed by Jane Campion. 'The Power Of The Dog' is an enthralling examination of masculinity with a profoundly chilling performance from Benedict Cumberbatch.

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