Thursday, 26 January 2017

netflix movies to watch in January 2017

Confused on the movies to watch on Netflix, I'm bringing to you the best netflix movies to watch in January 2017. Movies which range from action, adventure, romance to thriller etc.

You got to know that there's a lot of movies on Netflix and to make a choice might be difficult but i made a netflix movie list for those that are interested in streaming or watching movies on Netflix this January. So netflix movies to watch in January 2017 goes below;

Netflix movies to watch in 2017(January) 

1. Apocalypto

Released at a time when Mel Gibson found his popularity on the wane for various reasons, Apocalypto is one of the actor-director's finest movies. Shot on digital, Apocalypto rattles on at a furious pace, mixing old-fashioned storytelling (about Mayan culture) with huge smatterings of violence.

2. Django Unchained

Django may not be on a par with Pulp Fiction but it's a film that shows how fast Quentin Tarantino has come from the pop-trivia infused movies of his youth to the epic Leone-inspired landscapes of Django Unchained. The plot is great: Django (Jamie Foxx) is a freed slave-cum-bounty hunter who is on a mission to find out what happened to his wife.

3. Kung Fu Hustle

Shaolin Soccer may be the movie that proved director Stephen Chow was the master of fantasy and slapstick movie making but it's Kung Fu Hustle that's his masterpiece. The movie brilliantly blends cartoon-like violence with kung-fu, adds in some crazy special effects and a smattering of musical moments to create a goofy, great film.

4. Dr StrangeLove 

One of the funniest movies ever made, Dr Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb is a masterpiece by director Stanley Kubrick. Endlessly quotable - "No fighting in the war room" - with a stellar cast headed up by Peter Sellers, the film is a biting satire that still resonates today.

5. Women in Love 

Daniel Radcliffe has done well to rid himself of his Harry Potter persona and it's all thanks to choosing roles in movies such as Women In Black. Based on the celebrated novel of the same name and in turn the stage play, the film is a gothic delight, harking back to the good ol' days when horror was implied rather than rammed down a watcher's throat. Well, until the final act at least. Prepare to feel your spine tingle.

6. Iron Man 3

Shane Black is never someone to play the Hollywood game. Starting off as a hotshot writer - he penned Lethal Weapon at a ridiculously young age - he went into obscurity, only to come back with Kiss Kiss Bang Bang and cement his relationship with Robert Downey Jr. This then pushed him into the director chair for Iron Man 3, which was a great choice. Fun, overblown and with a surprising twist. 

7. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

A sequel to a remake that decided to forget the other Tim Burton remake, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is a great addition to the Apes franchise. Matt Reeves packs a whole heap of emotion and intelligence into his movie, which focuses on the apes getting smarter and the humans, well, dumber. 

8. The Hobbit: Battle Of The Five Armies

The Hobbit should not have been split into three movies. But it happened and if you can see beyond your fury, the films aren't that bad *ducks*. The Battle of the Five Armies tries its best to wrap the story up, but ends up being just one big battle sequence. This is no bad thing, though, as Peter Jackson has helped create one of the best looking battles ever seen, even if the end result is far removed from the Hobbit book.

9. Blackfish 

One of the most important documentaries of the decade, Blackfish charts the life of killer whale Tilikum, who sadly died recently. Kept in captivity as a 'performance mammal' at SeaWorld, the doc explores the unsightly side of why keeping whales in captivity is a terrible idea. Blackfish had such an impact that SeaWorld decided to phase out its orca shows and rebrand itself.

10. The Queen Of Versailles

The Queen Of Versailles is a documentary with a difference. It starts off being about the Siegel family, one of the richest in America, who are building the most expensive house in the US. During filming, however, the Great Recession of 2008 hits and David Siegel's timeshare business is hit badly, leaving the building work halted. As his wealth slowly evaporates, the cameras continue to roll.

Relax your mind with netflix movies to watch in January 2017 above thanks. 



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