5 good Netflix movie recommendations: Always Be My Maybe and more

Always Be My Maybe - Credit: Ed Araquel / Netflix
Always Be My Maybe - Credit: Ed Araquel / Netflix /

A list of 5 good Netflix movie recommendations to watch this weekend, including Always Be My Maybe and two of the Dark Knight films.

With June 1 hitting this weekend, we’re getting a slew of exciting new titles heading to Netflix. You won’t want to miss a single moment of the action so, to help you out, we’ve provided this handy breakdown of 5 great Netflix movies you might want to check out this weekend.

Let’s jump right in with a brand-spankin’ new Netflix original film, Always Be My Maybe! 

Always Be My Maybe

Always Be My Maybe is set up to be comedy gold. Hilarious comedian Ali Wong stars across from Fresh Off The Boat funnyman Randall Park in this rom-com story about childhood friends who reconnect later in life. It looks really adorable.

Check out the trailer for the new film!

Batman Begins

Fans of superhero flicks can get their fix by rewatching Batman Begins this weekend. This film kicked off what is arguably the greatest superhero series of all time (watch for yourself and then you can pit it against The Avengers, okay?). This is must-watching viewing.

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The Dark Knight

And, of course, if you’re going to watch Batman Begins then you need to follow it up with The Dark Knight. This film is still considered by many critics to be the absolute best independent superhero movie of all time, making it further stand out in an otherwise unforgettable trilogy.

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Lovers of classic cinema rejoice! Cat on a Hot Tin Roof stars screen legends Elizabeth Taylor and Paul Newman in this story about familial tensions and repressed desire. It’s a steamy watch just in time for these hot summer months.

A.I.: Artificial Intelligence

If you’re down for a sci-fi drama, check out Artificial Intelligence. This film stars Haley Joel Osment in his prime as an android child who has been programmed to love. It’s got an interesting premise that’s bolstered by great performances and Steven Spielberg’s magic touch.

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