Best Movies to Watch on Netflix Canada
Netflix is streaming program that allows users to stream movies and TV shows to your computer, and or video game console. It recently made it’s debut in Canada and features thousands of TV shows and movies. However sometimes it’s hard to discover the great movies on it.
Here are some of the Great movies on Netflix that never disappoint:
Donnie Darko (2001)
A great movie that gets you thinking; Donnie Darko is about a troubled teenager who is haunted by a large rabbit that causes him to get into lots of mischief. The story is amazing and everything about the movie draws you in. It is a little bit on the strange side however but it still dazzles all audiences. If you have not seen this movie I highly recommend you watch it.
Twelve Monkeys (1995)
Starring Bruce Willis, a convict is sent into the past to where he must gather information before a inevitable release of a virus that kills off most of the human population. The surviving scientists of the future who are living underground command the convict to try to restore humanity; in order for him to receive freedom. This is movie takes you on an incredible journey through time as the puzzle is being solved.
An action packed film that is about a spy who has his daughter kidnapped and he goes on a quest of vengeance to get his daughter back from the sex trade organizations. The action scenes in this movie are incredible and you can never get enough of Liam Neeson kicking the crap out of everyone. This movie is never boring and always exciting.
Kung Fu Hustle (2004)
A fan of martial arts or even someone who has some interest in it will be overwhelmed with the spectacular array of fighting, twists in the plot, and visual effects. The movie is also very comical and will keep you laughing till the end of the movie. Overall this is a movie that never disappoints, it is very unique compared to many other movies out there and it seems to have its own sense of style.
The Thing (1982)
A classic horror movie about scientists in the Arctic having to cope with the confrontation of a shape-shifting alien that assumes the appearance of the people that it kills. Compared to the era in which this movie was made in, the picture and special affects are truly detailed. The struggles faced by the crew of scientists in the Arctic shows a deep sense of panic and confusion that can occur in these kinds of situations.
Slumdog Millionaire (2008)
This is a movie about a teenager who lived in the slums of Mumbia and how he was aired on an Indian version of “Who wants to be a Millionaire”. He plays the game really well and is suspected of cheating so he explains to the interrogators how he knew the answers that were lain in the path of his life. This movie gives you an ethnic blast from India and is very interesting and draws you in onto the teens troubles and stories in life.
Groundhog Day (1993)
A classic movie about a weatherman who finds himself living the same day over and over again. It has a perfect blend of comedy, clever plotting, and character study. You would think a movie playing the same day over and over again would be boring but it is incredibly implemented. Overall a must see movie.