Netflix has been upping its game with the amount of good movies that have been added recently.
Here’s five of the best recently added that you should check out.
Directed by: John Carney
Starring: Ferdia Walsh-Peelo and Lucy Boynton
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 96%
Netflix description: “When things get tough for this lovestruck teen, he’ll start his own rockband. Even if he hasn’t a clue how it’s done.”
What critics said: “A heart-melting adolescent romance that gives teenage garage bands everywhere a better name.” Guy Lodge, Variety.
Directed by: David Fincher
Starring: Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 88%
Netflix description: “The perfect couple. The perfect marriage. The perfect storm of deceit, betrayal and twisted mystery.”
What critics said: “David Fincher’s shockingly good film version of Gone Girl is the date-night movie of the decade for couples who dream of destroying one another. Expect a stampede at the box office.” Peter Travers, Rolling Stone
Directed by: Jeremy Saulnier
Starring: Anton Yelchin and Patrick Stewart
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 90%
Netflix description: “At the end of their low-budget tour, a punk band accepts a gig at an isolated rural club, only to discover that their hosts are neo-Nazis.”
What critics said: “Patrick Stewart is impressive as a white supremacist in a genuinely shocking horror-thriller about a punk band’s battle with neo-Nazis.” Mark Kermode, The Guardian.
Directed by: Damien Chazelle
Starring: J. K. Simmons and Miles Teller
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 94%
Netflix description: “Driven by his demanding music teacher, drummer Andrew is determined to succeed as a jazz musician – even if it destroys his personality.”
What critics said: “Sum up the plot and it sounds interminable. Watch the film and it will spit you out elated, exhausted and cheering for an encore.” Olly Richards, Empire.
Directed by: Dexter Fletcher
Starring: Taron Egerton and Hugh Jackman
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 80%
Netflix description: “The inspirational film tells the true story of Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards, who became England’s unlikely ski-jump hero in the ’88 Olympics.”
What critics said: “Eddie the Eagle leaves viewers buoyed by satisfactions unique to classic come-from-behind stories. Even when it’s as ungainly and cravenly audience-pleasing as its protagonist, it soars.” Ann Hornaday, Washington Post.
What’s your favourite film to be recently added to Netflix? Did we miss any? Let us know in the comments.