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Top 10 best movies on Netflix currently

By Akanksha - December 05, 2023 02:43 PM

With around 250 million users, Netflix is one of the most well-known streaming services worldwide. What precisely do such individuals often watch? Specifically, which film is the most watched Netflix production?

We've included a summary, cast list, genre, rating, and other basic details about each of the top 10 films below.

The top 10 best movies on Netflix

10. Trolls (2016)


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  • Genre: Family, Animation, Fantasy, Adventure, Comedy, Music
  • Stars: Anna Kendrick, Justin Timberlake, Zooey Deschanel
  • Directed by: Mike Mitchell, Walt Dohrn

The movie Trolls, which is based on the Good Luck Trolls dolls, shows the life of adorable but little animals. But this contented way of life is shattered when the Bergens, under the ruthless leadership of the Chef (Christine Baranski), raid Troll Village and take many trolls hostage.

The incredibly joyful troll Princess Poppy (Anna Kendrick) embarks on a mission to save her pals. She asks Branch (Justin Timberlake), a careful survival troll who is the antithesis of Poppy, for assistance. Before they lose their buddies for good, the two trolls need to figure out how to cooperate.

9. See You on Venus (2023)

See You on Venus

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  • Genre: Romance, Drama
  • Stars: Virginia Gardner, Alex Aiono, Rob Estes
  • Directed by: Joaquín Llamas

See You on Venus takes you on a journey of self-discovery to Spain. Adolescent orphan Mia (Virginia Gardner) has been in the foster system for most of her life. Mia, who is curious about her biological mother, limits her search to ten names, and the list leads her to Spain.

In the meantime, Kyle (Alex Aiono) is still dealing with the aftermath of a devastating automobile accident that severely damaged one of his friends. According to Kyle's parents, he has to go to Spain to cope. Although Mia and Kyle are initially strangers, they end up falling in love as they travel through some of the world's most breathtaking cities. However, in the end, the two young lovers discover more about themselves than one another.

8. Real Steel (2011)

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  • Genre: Action, Science Fiction, Drama
  • Stars: Hugh Jackman, Dakota Goyo, Evangeline Lilly
  • Directed by: Shawn Levy

Hugh Jackman finds ways to pick fights outside of his role as Wolverine. In the movie Real Steel, Hugh Jackman portrays Charlie Kenton, a former fighter who now fights in a sport called robot boxing where humans control metal machines to fight. Charlie battles with his robot Ambush in this instance. But more significantly, Charlie is haemorrhaging money and losing fights all the time.

Charlie finds that he has lost another fight, and now he has to spend the summer caring for his estranged son Max (Dakota Goyo) after learning that his ex-girlfriend has passed away. The father-son team heads to the junkyard in search of robot components, where they discover an ancient robot called Atom that has to be restored. Since Atom starts to win fights, the strategy appears to be working and the father and son become closer.

7. A Walk in the Woods (2015)

A Walk in the Woods

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  • Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Drama
  • Stars: Robert Redford, Nick Nolte, Emma Thompson
  • Directed by: Ken Kwapis

A Walk in the Woods has an impressive ensemble of Oscar winners and Emmy-nominated actors, including Nick Nolte, Emma Thompson, Kristen Schaal, Nick Offerman, Robert Redford, and Mary Steenburgen, for a tiny adventure comedy. Author Bill Bryson (Redford) has retired and returned to the United States following ten years spent living in the United Kingdom. Bill has the idea to hike the entire Appalachian Trail after going to a funeral.

If Bill can find someone to walk along with him, his wife Catherine (Thompson) agrees to let him take on the challenge. Reluctantly, Bill chooses Stephen Katz (Nolte), an old friend. It doesn't take long for the two men to realize they may have bitten off more than they can chew. Will they turn around and walk home, or can they survive?

6. Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (2023)


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  • Genre: Animation, Action, Adventure
  • Stars: Shameik Moore, Hailee Steinfeld, Jason Schwartzman
  • Directed by: Joaquim Dos Santos, Justin K. Thompson

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is not just an amazing follow-up, but it also has some of the top reviews of 2023. Shameik Moore's character Miles Morales is attempting to lead a typical life while portraying the amiable neighborhood Spider-Man in Brooklyn. Even his childhood infatuation, Hailee Steinfeld's Gwen Stacy/Spider-Gwen, reappears in his life.

However, Miles's life is never quiet as he is abruptly taken to another universe and encounters the Spider-Society, a gang of Spider-People. The Spider-People, who guard the multiverse, is led by Miguel O'Hara/Spider-Man 2099 (Oscar Isaac). Miles and the Spider-People cannot agree on how to deal with the Spot (Jason Schwartzman), a new menace that appears. In this captivating journey, Miles has to take on challenging tasks to safeguard the people he cares about.

5. Minions (2015)


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  • Genre: Family, Animation, Adventure, Comedy
  • Stars: Sandra Bullock, Jon Hamm, Michael Keaton
  • Directed by: Kyle Balda, Pierre Coffin

The Despicable Me spinoff/prequel Minions features a movie about the adorable yellow animals. Kevin, Stuart, and Bob, three minions, are unsatisfied with their jobs at T. Rex, Count Dracula, and Napoleon, thus they are left searching for a master. In the late 1960s, the Minions take a rideshare to Orlando, where they encounter Scarlet Overkill (Sandra Bullock) during a convention for villains.

To take Queen Elizabeth II's crown, Scarlet, the first female supervillain in history, and her husband Herb (Jon Hamm) enlist the help of the Minions in London. Scarlet will exterminate the Minion race; if the Minions are successful, they will be rewarded. You can anticipate a lot of mischief from these adorable animals.

4. The Killer (2023)

The Killer

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  • Genre: Crime, Thriller
  • Stars: Michael Fassbender, Tilda Swinton, Charles Parnell
  • Directed by: David Fincher

David Fincher is once again creating psychological thrillers, which is his specialty. The Killer is his most recent contribution to the genre. The Killer, played by Michael Fassbender, is a methodical assassin who follows the maxim "Stick to your plan, anticipate, don't improvise."

The Killer pays close attention to detail, but when a planned killing goes awry, he makes a critical error. Due to the mistake, the Killer embarks on a worldwide manhunt and faces off against his boss. The Killer is something you will appreciate if you like Zodiac and Se7en. More significantly, The Smith's magnificence will be revealed to a whole new generation.

3. Lone Survivor (2013)

Lone Survivor

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  • Genre: War, Action, Drama
  • Stars: Mark Wahlberg, Taylor Kitsch, Emile Hirsch
  • Directed by: Peter Berg

Lone Survivor, Peter Berg's 2013 military film on Operation Red Wings in 2005 during the military in Afghanistan, portrays one of the most amazing deeds of bravery and fortitude. In the highlands of the Korangal Valley, four Navy SEALs—Marcus Luttrell (Mark Wahlberg), Michael Murphy (Taylor Kitsch), Danny Dietz (Emile Hirsch), and Matthew “Axe” Axelson (Ben Foster)—are sent to track down and eliminate Taliban chief Ahmad Shah (Yousuf Azami).

The group encounters local residents who could be Taliban sympathizers while traversing the highlands. Murphy releases the villagers and calls off the assignment rather than murdering them. Nevertheless, a terrible gunfight breaks out in the mountains when one of the locals rushes back to the Taliban to alert them of the SEALs' presence. The SEALs are vastly outnumbered, yet they never give up in their desperate attempt to survive.

2. Best. Christmas. Ever! (2023)

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  • Genre: Comedy
  • Stars: Brandy Norwood, Heather Graham, Jason Biggs
  • Directed by: Mary Lambert

Even though it's November, it's never too early to begin planning for Christmas. Netflix has released a new holiday film called Best. Christmas. Ever! to start off the season. Best. Christmas. Ever!, directed by Mary Lambert, features Heather Graham as Charlotte Sanders, a person who continues to feel jealous of Jackie Jennings (Brandy Norwood), her seemingly ideal college buddy.

Charlotte drives to what she believes to be her sister's house for the holidays with her two kids and husband Rob (Jason Biggs). Nevertheless, Jackie's address is entered into the GPS by Charlotte's son. The Sanders family is stranded at the Jennings residence for Christmas after being snowed in upon arrival. Charlotte makes it her goal to show Jackie that she is not flawless, which forces her to take stock of her life and learn to accept her circumstances.

1. Leo (2023)


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  • Genre: Animation, Comedy, Family
  • Stars: Adam Sandler, Bill Burr, Cecily Strong
  • Directed by: Robert Smigel, Robert Marianetti, David

Adam Sandler, who recently released Leo, is still the most popular performer on Netflix, having had a number of hit films on the platform. Sander plays Leo in the animated musical comedy, a 74-year-old pet tuatara who has spent decades living in the same Florida primary school classroom. Leo has a home with Squirtle (Bill Burr), his best buddy.

Leo hears a parent during a parent-teacher conference explain that Tuataras only live to be 75 years old, which gives him an extra year to live. Once one of the students takes Leo home, he makes arrangements to flee. But as he lets the kids know he can communicate and understand them, Leo ends up lending a hand with their issues. A charming family comedy starring Adam Sandler, who sings delightfully from the heart, is sure to make you smile.

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Akanksha Sinha

I'm Akanksha Sinha, an expert in writing sports blogs, news, and various articles for entertainment and more. I bring a unique flair to my work, providing insightful perspectives on the world of sports.

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