Netflix’s library of strange cinema has stretched exponentially given it expelled its first film, “Beasts of No Nation,” in 2015 — and its gait of prolongation is only picking up.
The company recently announced that it will be releasing 80 strange films in 2018, including high-profile movies from the likes of Will Smith and Martin Scorsese.
Among Netflix’s new strange play releases, films like the new Noah Baumbach dramedy, “The Meyerowitz Stories,” and the Stephen King instrumentation “1922” (out this Friday) have garnered concept vicious acclaim.
To find out which Netflix play films are worth watching, we incited to the reviews aggregator Rotten Tomatoes to arrange any recover by its combination vicious reception. We released films that didn’t have adequate reviews to accept a nomination of “Rotten” or “Fresh.” We also enclosed and footnoted arriving films that have already screened for critics, like the Oscar-contender “Mudbound.”
Here are 28 of Netflix’s strange play films, ranked by their Rotten Tomatoes censor measure from lowest to top (if there was a tie, we used the assembly measure to mangle it):