A Danish thriller about a mid-life crisis that goes wrong.
What to Watch on Netflix
A coming-of-age movie that circles around friendship and the atonement of a boy.
A wildly entertaining series of interviews with a New York legend.
A darkly hilarious portrait of the inevitability of death.
What to Watch on Amazon Prime
A forgotten entry into Ken Loach's consistently brilliant cinematography.
Akira Kurosawa’s adaptation of King Lear is an epic historical drama set in sixteenth-century Japan, abundant with blood, betrayal, and battles for ultimate power..
A great British detective drama from the writer of Happy Valley.
An easier, more relatable version of Sherlock Holmes.
What to Watch on HBO Max
At the heart of this erotic drama lies a story about self-acceptance, radical vulnerability, and equal partnership—or, everything 50 Shades of Grey is not.
A quiet drama about nostalgia.
A tale of resisting fascism and reckoning with the lingering burdens of war.
Finds magic in the ordinary every day—and reminds us the most special art is that which comes from the heart.
What to Watch on Hulu
A well-written thriller miniseries about the rivalry between the CIA and the FBI and how they failed to prevent 9/11. .
The un-summarizable rich life of a cultural legend.
A detective noir that requires a particular taste for Nordic mysteries.
A thrilling German mini-series about a junior analyst who causes a new financial crisis.
What to Watch on Tubi
Truth-seeking and revenge fuel this Korean classic.
A movie that aims straight for your heart and leaves you broken into a thousand pieces.
Mike Leigh goes all-in with this devastating drama.
A film that centers family, food, love and the relationships between them. .
What to Watch on Rental Services
A Syrian man becomes artwork in this fascinating drama based on a true story.
A beautifully crafted biopic of the Canadian folk artist.
A bitter story about school, friendship, and life.
Su Friedrich’s experimental documentary combines memory and storytelling to recollect her strained relationship with her father and her fragmented sense of self.
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Far too often, cinematic masterpieces get overlooked –– and it’s us cinema lovers who suffer the loss. While some can’t seem to draw crowds upon their box office release, others simply don’t get the critical attention they merit. Whatever the reason, the result is that the streaming landscape is overflowing with hidden treasures that deserve to be unearthed, enjoyed, and duly celebrated. From political thrillers to quirky romances and everything in between, we’ve rounded up the top 100 underrated movies that are on their way to becoming cult classics.
It is very easy to become lost in Netflix land and believe you've already seen everything worth watching. Rest assured, there is very little chance you have. For the second time we have curated a list of the best movie suggestions on Netflix: the best highly-rated, little-known titles available to stream. This is a list we update almost every week to adjust for new arrivals and expired titles.agoodmovietowatch is your gateway to on-demand streaming services, but instead of recommending the same movies to you you've been hearing about for the past 20 years, we focus on the good ones that were overlooked. This way we introduce you to movies you haven’t yet seen, that you can watch immediately and love. To do this, we only recommend movies that have received a high rating from viewers combined with a high score from critics. This means that these movies have been appreciated by both, so you can trust that they’re awesome. We also only suggest movies that didn’t make a huge splash at the box office or which didn’t get the attention they deserved, so there is little chance you have already seen them. Below we count down again our best movie suggestions available to stream on Netflix Instant America. For other countries, visit agoodmovietowatch.com/netflix and use the region selector in the top bar to switch to your geography.
Accumulating subscriptions doesn't make you immune to not knowing to watch, it might even make it more frustrating when you don't find where to watch that great movie you've heard about. To get away from all that, you can cross match our Netflix, Amazon Prime, or Hulu databases -- and to make things easier we will be running a series of lists with the best movies on each that the other ones don't have.Our purpose at agoodmovietowatch is to reference movies you haven’t yet seen, that you can watch immediately and love. To do this, we only recommend movies that have received a high rating on IMDb combined with a high score on Rotten Tomatoes. This means that these movies have been appreciated by both critics and viewers, so you can trust that they’re awesome. We also only suggest movies that didn’t make a huge splash at the box office or which didn’t get the attention they deserved, so there is little chance you have already seen them. Below we count down our best movie suggestions available on Prime US but not on Netflix (US).
Movies are too short for some, shows too long for others. Enter middle-ground solution: miniseries. Now that the "movies are dying" articles are the only thing that's actually dying, and the "it's the golden age of TV" ones have stopped being news (why does one being in a golden age mean the other is failing?), there is a newcomer to the scene. Perfected by networks like the BBC in the past, the form is attracting growing attention from Netflix and similar platforms. 4 to 8 episodes, one season, done. Creators have more time to express their ideas, but not too long to have to recycle them. Viewers can be exposed to 7 different stories instead of 7 different seasons of Homeland (they made 4 after he died, four). It's the perfect medium, and provided Netflix and the BBC keep coming out with good ones like the 5 below, it will be the future.