Add These 7 Exciting Movies to Your Netflix Queue ...

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Add These 7 Exciting  Movies to Your Netflix Queue ...
Add These 7 Exciting  Movies to Your Netflix Queue ...

As the weather gets colder, we all want to stay inside and curl up with a good movie or two, right? If you’re like me and start to watch more Netflix movies as the weather gets colder, I’ve got the answer to all of your questions about which movie to watch tonight. These are the Netflix movies that you absolutely must add to your queue!

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1

Serendipity

If you believe in signs, fate, and “serendipity” this is a movie that you absolutely need to see. It feels magical, and even though it’s somewhat unbelievable, it will make you so happy. It’s just one of those movies that will make you feel great, no matter what mood you’re in!

2

Someone like You

Although I haven’t seen this movie in years, it’s such a feel-good movie that you must watch it while it’s on Netflix. After Jane is dumped, she sets out to find the reason why. It turns into a column that completely takes over pop culture. Everyone’s talking about it, and drama only ensues from there. It’s a light romantic comedy that’s sure to make you smile!

3

Bridget Jones’s Diary

If you haven’t seen Bridget Jones’s Diary, I’m not sure what planet you were living on. It’s essentially Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice but updated for today, and if you haven’t seen it yet, you will surely love it. You’ll relate to the characters, fall in love with them a little bit, and maybe get a little angry, but overall, it’s a romantic comedy that you need to see!

4

Silver Linings Playbook

It’s rare that a movie tackles mental health and does it well, and this movie is one of those few. It’s been nominated for so many awards, won a lot of them, and has already become a classic. Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence give amazing performances in this movie, and if you haven’t seen it yet, it’s one that you won’t forget.

5

Drive Me Crazy

If you love Adrian Grenier, you will love this movie. He plays a young teenager alongside Melissa Joan Hart, and the late 90s nostalgia it will give you is out of this world. They play two old friends in high school who reconnect due to forced circumstances. It’s a fun romantic comedy that’s sure to get you hooked!

6

13 Going on 30

13 Going on 30 is one of the best romantic comedies from the early aughts. In it, Jenna Rink is a 13-year-old girl who doesn’t love her life. On her 13th birthday, she wishes to be 30, flirty, and thriving, and much to her dismay, she gets her wish. Her life turned out nothing like she hoped it to because she lost her best friend. I won’t spoil the ending, but let’s just say that she does find her way back!

7

While You Were Sleeping

While You Were Sleeping stars Sandra Bullock as a woman who’s a little bit crazy about a guy she sees from a distance every day. When she sees him get hurt and fall into a coma, she tells the doctors and his family that she’s his fiancé, despite the fact that they’ve never really spoken. Chaos ensues, but like all good romantic comedies, things find a way to work themselves out in the end, but it may not be in the way you expected!

What’s your favorite movie on Netflix? Let me know in the comments what I should add to my Netflix queue!

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I love while you were sleeping! First Sandra bullock movie and till now one of my fav movie

Why are these all romance movies? Based off the title I was expecting these to be action movies.

When the candy runs out, and by candy I mean sickly sweet plots manufactured by Hollywood in five minutes, I beg you all to watch "Rust and Bone". It's a foreign film, but before you roll your eyes and scroll downward, please hear me out! You WILL recognize the female lead (no spoilers), and won't want to take your eyes off of the male lead (speaking of candy). There truly isn't too much dialogue, so you can keep your eyes on the screen, as opposed to an English novel (CC) on the bottom. The story is superb, with love, pain, strength, etc. throughout, and I cannot emphasize enough how much you will love it! I can't give anything away as far as plotlines, but know that I have intense scruples when it comes to films, okay, ladies? Watch, or prepare to face me at your door with a chainsaw just thirsty for your copy of "Legally Blonde"! Oh, if you must feel those pangs of sweeeeeet romance, I recommend "Far from the Madding Crowd", which is actually based on a Thomas Harding novel. Want action? 3, 2, 1: Go for Denzel! "The Equalizer" sounds like "The Terminator", but is far from it, my friends. It's Mr. Washington at his best (when is he not?!) with JUSTICE, in the diner, and a corkscrew, a couple of call girls, and Gladys Knight and the Pips. You figure it out. 😀 Last, but certainly not least, is not for the faint of, well, mind : "Ex_Machina". I know that it appears very Sci-Fi, and I myself was a tad reticent to see it, as I'm not a huge fan of said genre, but I was on the EDGE OF MY SEAT from the get-go, with unbelievable growing interest and intensity both in my mind and in the movie- a bit like an orgasm, ladies 😎- until !!!!!!!! Boom. Go. Watch. Like. You're welcome. ☺

Great movies all of them

The best movie I have ever seen is "The 5 People You Meet in Heaven"

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