10 Best Netflix Movie To Watch In 2019.

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Discover the truth about your private data in The Great Hack.
From 24 July

What happens to the personal info you share online every day via logins, searches, and social media posts? Who’s got it, what are they doing with it and who are they giving it to?





New Netflix documentary film The Great Hack (bit.ly/greathack480) reveals the terrifying truth about your data, which is now the world’s leading commodity – the oil of the 21st century.

Oscar-nominated directors Karim Amer and Jehane Noujaim weave their film around interviews with key players in last year’s Cambridge Analytica scandal, which saw the British political spin firm secretly harvest the private info of 87 million Facebook users.

But The Great Hack is far more than a Panorama-style parade of talking heads, instead weaving intense drama from its opposing players, much like 9/11 docu-drama The Looming Tower. By the end, it’s clear that the Facebook case was just the tip of a horrifying iceberg.

There’s no trailer yet but the film has its own website (www.thegreathack.com), complete with data privacy survey – and we couldn’t help notice it’s not HTTPS encrypted, so our browser gave it a slap on the wrist (‘Not secure’). How ironic!

Bid farewell to Orange Is the New Black.
From 26 July

One of the original Netflix Originals – and, according to Netflix, the most-watched Original of them all – is coming to an end with its seventh season. Emmy Award-winning prison drama Orange Is the New Black returns to Litchfield women's’ prison for 13 final episodes, all landing on Netflix on 26 July.


The story still focuses on Paper (Taylor Schilling), despite developments that we won’t spoil in case you fancy watching from scratch. If you’re a fan, you’ll want to follow the @OITNB Twitter account, which is packed with screenshots, quizzes, and clips.
You can also watch every season’s trailers on Netflix for free, plus behind-the-scenes videos and subscribers can watch all seven seasons from the start to the hopefully not-too-bitter end.

Watch Netflix’s new comedy film Otherhood.
From 2 August

Patricia Arquette (brilliant in Now TV’s Escape at Dannemora, bit.ly/escape480) stars in this new Netflix comedy film as one of three mums taking a road trip to New York who turn up unannounced on their adult sons’ doorsteps.


Netflix hadn’t released a trailer at the time of writing but we do know that the film – which co-stars Felicity Huffman (powerfully loathsome in Netflix’s When They See Us) and Angela Bassett (Black Panther) – is based on the 2008 novel by British writer William Sutcliffe, Whatever Makes You Happy.

Seek interstellar alien life in Another Life.
From 25 July

Katee Sackhoff (Starbuck on Battlestar Galactica) is back in a spaceship, leading her crew on a dangerous interstellar bid to save humanity after a massive alien artifact lands on Earth. “This mission can not and will not fail,” she declares in the trailer for new Netflix show Another Life.


This is a thoroughly post-millennial space adventure, so the story also features a media influencer (played by Selma Blair from Cruel Intentions) and an ethical hacker (Alexander Eling, Shadow hunters).
Make contact with all 10 episodes from 25 July.

Sing along with Glee on Netflix.
From 30 June

Musical comedy-dramas gleaming with American orthodontics may not be for everyone, but Ryan Murphy’s Glee is one of the defining shows of the 21st Century (a century obsessed with the song and dance competitions, remember). Dust off your imaginary mic because all six seasons are coming to Netflix.


Watch 2009’s original and decidedly non-HD trailer at bit.ly/gleepilot478.

Watch Netflix’s new action film Point Black.
From 12 July.




Netflix’s largest film is a gripping action thriller starring Anthony Mackie (The Hurt Locker) as an A&E nurse whose wife is kidnapped, and whose only hope is help from a badly-injured criminal (Frank Grillo from Prison Break). See the trailer for free, and watch Point Black in full with a Netflix subscription.

Get a boost from all-new Queer Eye.
From 19 July.


This the fab show is the anti-Jeremy Kyle. It exists purely to make people feel better about themselves, using the expertise of its Fab Five to offer makeovers, home improvements, and relationship advice. Now on its fourth Netflix season under its abridged name, the show welcomes a new Fab Five and goes global. Watch the latest trailer for free, and all four seasons with a Netflix subscription.

Say goodbye to Sherlock update Elementary and legal drama Suits
16-18 July

Two hit shows set in New York face their final curtain, as the last seasons of Suits and Elementary land on Netflix and Now TV in the next few days. If you fancy watching them both from beginning to end, clear your diary because of they rack up nearly 300 episodes between them.


Sherlock-in-NYC drama Elementary started in 2012 as another new spin on the Conan Doyle the story, with Jonny Lee Miller (Trainspotting) as Holmes and Lucy Liu (Kill Bill) as Dr. Joan Watson. Reviewers loved it and the show latest seven seasons. 

The 13 new episodes will arrive weekly from 16 July on Now TV at bit/elementary479, where you can also watch Seasons 1-6 until November.

Head back to 1985 for Season 3 of Stranger Things.
From 4 July

The show so important to Netflix that it has a “proper” web address (www.netflix.com/strangerthings) is back, a full 18 months after we last saw the kids of Hawkins, Indiana and the Upside Down.

If you’re new to Stranger Things, Season 3 is probably not the place to start.  

Seasons 1 and 2 are still on Netflix, so you can catch up with the 1980s-set tale of a US town where supernatural forces rule and a mysterious girl named Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) is taken under the wing of a close-knit group of kids. Winona Ryder returns as one of the show’s few sympathetic adults. 




Season 3 opens in summer 1985 as school breaks up and our teen heroes teeter on the cusp of adulthood. How will they grow up without growing apart? What the heck is that new monster? 

And why is The Who’s 1971 classic Baba O’ Riley soundtracking the trailer for a show steeped in Eighties nostalgia?

Get the answer to these and other mysteries when eight new episodes arrive on 4 July, all in ultra-high-definition 4K and HDR.

See three Shafts in Shaft.


From 28 June.

Samuel L Jackson returns, again, as private eye John Shaft, in a Netflix film whose working title Son of Shaft was ditched for plain old Shaft.


That makes it the fourth film called Shaft, following the 1971 and 1973 movies starring Richard Round tree (who now plays Shaft’s dad) and the 2000 reboot (streaming now on Amazon).


Newcomer Jessie Usher adds youthful appeal as John Shaft Jr aka JJ, a computer whiz investigating his friend’s death.



Shaft makes its global debut on Netflix on 28 June, and you can watch the official trailer.

So, these are the list of best 10 movies which you can watch on Netflix in 2019. If you have more suggestion of such movies comment below.

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