Whether you’re in the mood for an action flick, a comedy, a fright-fest, or something else entirely, the streamer has something for you. There’s The Next Big Thing in Netflix Movies: 15 New Netflix Movies You Won’t Want to Miss
What to watch on Netflix
First of all, watch the Oscar-nominated The Shape of Water with your lights on. Did you know Netflix has a terrifying documentary? They do, and it’s called “The Keepers.
What’s New on Netflix
If you’re in the mood for some Oscar-nominated classic movies, Netflix has you covered. Seven total nominees are available to stream on the platform right now, including “The Artist,” “The King’s Speech,” “Inception,” “The Artist,” “La La Land,” “Silence,” and “The Fighter.” Meanwhile, the HBO documentary “The Beatles: Eight Days a Week — The Touring Years” is available to rent or purchase, as well as two of 2016’s Best Picture nominees, “Moonlight” and “Arrival.” For the horror fans in your life, Netflix has you covered too, adding two of last year’s critical smash hits.
Best of the Rest
Each week, Variety’s “3 Things To Know” column highlights noteworthy news in TV and music media. This week, we look back on the end of “Vinyl,” a new Netflix film by famed director Martin Scorsese (“Taxi Driver,” “The Departed”) and starring Robert De Niro (“Raging Bull,” “Goodfellas”), Ray Romano (“Everybody Loves Raymond,” “Mike & Molly”), Julee Cruise (“Voyage Of The Damned,” “Twin Peaks”) and Fabrizio Moretti (“Once Upon A Time In Venice”). Finally, we’re joined by Jason Isaacs, who talks to us about “Trial & Error,” the NBC sitcom starring John Lithgow, Kristin Chenoweth, and Josh Charles. What’s new on HBO Now this week (For legal reasons, we’ve omitted R. Kelly’s alleged abuse and captivity of R.
Whether you’re in the mood for an action flick, a comedy, a fright-fest, or something else entirely, the streamer has something for you. Here are the best new Netflix movies to watch right now. “12 Strong” Since we know that Netflix is probably investing heavily in this type of film, it’s safe to say this movie’s success might not be a flash in the pan. Chris Hemsworth stars as Capt. Mitch Nelson, a soldier fighting in the Afghani invasion in the late 1990s, alongside Michael Shannon as his best friend, Captain Dan Howard. “Nostalgia” Eddie Murphy is, of course, the highlight of this docuseries, featuring interviews with the actor, director, and even some of his celebrity friends. Among them: Ice Cube, Whoopi Goldberg, Wendi McLendon-Covey, and Lisa Kudrow.