Your scroll button is worn out? Need a hand choosing perfect film?
It’s been a monumental year for streaming giant Netflix, and they’ve even been nominated for Best Picture at this year’s Oscars.
With millions of subscribers, streaming giant Netflix has become the undisputed media hub for the film and television world.
While Netflix has been hugely popular for almost a decade now, the value of being able to stream hundreds of content at the touch of a button became all the more important when the world was plunged into lockdown at the start of the year, which has seen most of the globe stuck behind closed doors.
However, with so much to choose from, it can become difficult to decide what to watch next.
British actor Benedict Cumberbach stars as rancher Phil Burbank – a man who inspires fear and admiration in those around him. Rotten Tomatoes rates this at an impressive 95%.
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Rebecca Hall makes an impressive directorial debut with Passing, which Rotten Tomatoes rates at 90%. In 1920s New York, a woman finds her world turned upside down when she is reintroduced to an old friend.
The Fear Street trilogy was a huge hit for Netflix, with all three films rated in the 80s by Rotten Tomatoes, making it one of the best horrors on the streaming service.
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Released earlier in the year, My Octopus Teacher is a heartwarming story that shows the bond between human and animal at its best. A 93% rating on Rotten Tomatoes is proof of its storytelling quality.