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The 95 Best Movies on Netflix – November 2018

Posted by William Sattelberg on November 2, 2018

It’s Friday night, but the weather’s bad and you refuse to leave your home. A couple of friends have come over to hang out and watch a movie, but your DVD collection is looking pretty sparse for new releases. You could watch You’ve Got Mail again for the dozenth time, but you really want to see something new that will hit hard, make you laugh, or stay in your mind for days. The last video store in your town closed down years ago, and rentals on iTunes are just too expensive to justify the purchase. Flipping your television over to Netflix is not just the best idea, it’s an obvious one. But as you scroll through your queue and your suggested recommendations, one thing becomes apparent: you have no idea which film to pick.

Netflix is overrun with television shows, but that doesn’t mean the service has lost out on some great films. It can actually be pretty tough to find classic films on the service among all the Netflix original shows now streaming on the platform, so we’ve done the hard work for you. We’ve rounded up fifty of the best films streaming on Netflix right now, so that you can skip the endless browsing and scrolling through films on your television and just get to watching the movie. We’ll update this list every month with new recommendations, and we’ll always make sure that the films listed here haven’t been taken off of Netflix’s offerings, so whether it’s a film you’ve never seen or a classic you want to revisit, you’ll always be ready to stream a great film.

So throw the popcorn in the microwave, kick your feet up, and relax with one of these incredible films. These are ninety-five of the best movies streaming on Netflix right now, in no particular order.

One thought on “The 95 Best Movies on Netflix – November 2018”

Grady Swafford says:
Why is there an add saying THE VOID (2017) is available on DVD-Netflix? The ad even goes on to advertise trial offering from Netflix, but its in the “UNKNOWN” section of “saved” movies. Whats up with that false advertising?????
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