When it’s weekend and you are possibly looking for something to watch. There are plenty of great Netflix movies that you can binge-watch this weekend with your friends and family. It’s time to countdown the best movies on Netflix to watch at your weekend. We here have covered the top five picks.
The Terminal is an American comedy-drama film directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Tom Hanks. There is a man who is stuck in the terminal of New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport and spends almost 9 months over there. The story can make you laugh and cry at the same time as you can put it on your watch list.
Million Dollar Baby
Million Dollar Baby is an American sports drama film directed by Clint Eastwood and starring Hilary Swank. It is based on a short story by F.X Toole. The story revolves around a boxing trainer, who takes a young tough girl under his wing and turns her into a great fighter. If you are a fan of boxing films or not so, but this film can make you emotional and inspirational as well.
Welcome Home is a thriller drama film directed by George Ratliff and starring Aaron Paul and Emily Ratajkowski. The movie is also about a couple who spend some quality time in a rental house, away from their country and at the end, the plot comes in the form of a twist in the climax as it makes the story more interesting to watch.
Super Monsters: Once Upon a Rhyme
Netflix has also a collection for kids this weekend. Super Monsters: Once Upon a Rhyme is an American-Canadian child animated TV series. The story is about a group of kids whose parents are world-famous monsters. But the monsters are not scary and doing fun stuff like hiding under beds which makes the plot more unique.
Sweet & Sour
If you are a lover of romantic-comedy film, Netflix also has a suggestion for this weekend. Sweet & Sour is a South Korean film based on a novel by Kurumi Inui. This movie is about a couple trying to make a long-distance relationship survive facing lots of challenge. It has also romantic and sadness like a real-life relationship and makes everything perfect to an end.