The films within this tag are Netflix original productions. Meaning, they'll likely never leave the service and should be available now.
"Under the Riccione Sun" will remind you what many may miss thanks to COVID-19, but it gives you the chance to live vicariously.
Mixed (Stick Around)
"Eric Andre: Legalize Everything" is pure and utter shock value that, if your tolerance is high, your laughs might be low.
While no film, no matter how many voices, can fully encompass what it means to be part of any community, "Disclosure" makes for an excellent entry point into trans history in media.
Recommended (Must See)
"8:46," is Chappelle at his best – a storyteller, in the form of a wise-man, who makes you laugh enough to pay attention as he drops the knowledge you need.
Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani are well paired in "The Lovebird" as their brands of awkward collide and create a chaotic romance.
Remember, "The Kissing Booth?" The 2018 Netflix sensation? Yeah, two years later, and after Joey King massively blew up as an actress, it's getting a sequel.
How much you may enjoy this movie all depends on whether you like outrageous characters who don’t limit themselves for the comfort of others.
Charlize Theron, Kiki Layne, and Gina Prince-Bythewood on the same project – an action movie at that. Are you ready? I’m not ready.