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There are a lot of new movies streaming on Netflix this we have brought you a list of the new Netflix movies, updated regularly with new selections.

Training Day

“Trainig Day” is the film that won Denzel Washington his first Academy Award for Best Actor. It also works well as a suspenseful crime thriller. Training Day follows an LAPD officer named Jake (Ethan Hawke) on his first day as part of a narcotics officer named Alonzo’s assessment (Denzel Washington).

Washington has given an outstanding performance as an adversary who is both charming and frightening, and Hawke holds his own against the seasoned star. The third act is still a little unbelievable, but the movie is worth seeing only for Washington’s success. 

Batman Begins

Christopher Nolan had to reinvent the Batman series from the ground up with the “gritty overhaul” Batman Begins before he could craft the masterful sequel The Dark Knight. 

Batman Begins spawned not only two immediate sequels, but also a Hollywood trend of revitalizing classics with the “gritty reboot” treatment. This hugely successful remake is still a fantastic Batman origin story over a decade later.

The Dark Knight

The Dark Knight is a masterpiece and one of the best superhero films ever made. With Batman Begins, Christopher Nolan effectively introduced the concept of a “gritty reboot”. But for the sequel, he crafted an epic, shocking, and downright thrilling tale of escalation.

There’s a reason The Dark Knight has lingered in the public imagination for a decade. Yet it’s still considered the best of the best despite the slew of superhero films that followed. 

Shutter Island

The film stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Mark Ruffalo as a pair of US agents, and is based on the Dennis Lehane novel of the same name. Marshals who arrive on the titular island to look into a mysterious psychiatric facility’s disappearance. 

Something is off right away, and Scorsese revels in chasing DiCaprio’s character across this island in the dark. He reveals twists and turns along the way. It’s the kind of dramatic thriller that you’ll want to watch again once it’s over. DiCaprio is fantastic as a man who seems to be falling apart.


The stop-motion animated film hails from LAIKA, the same studio behind Coraline and Kubo and the Two Strings. It’s absolutely one of their best films. It revolves around a young kid named Norman. The kid has the ability to see and speak with the dead, which comes in handy when his small Massachusetts town is overrun by terrifying ghosts.

The plot is strongly influenced by classic 1980s films such as The Goonies and E.T., but it never feels derivative, and it genuinely conveys a surprising and poignant message about bullying and frustration, as well as the complexities of emotions that children can experience. It’s also a great deal of fun.

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