50 best Netflix movies and shows you missed last decade

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Netflix - The Irishman
THE IRISHMAN (2019)Ray Ramano (Bill Bufalino ) Al Pacino (Jimmy Hoffa) and Robert De Niro (Frank Sheeran) – Credit: Netflix /

1. The Irishman (movie)

Premiere date: Nov. 1, 2019

What The Irishman is about: The Netflix original movie is a biographical crime thriller that follows the life of Frank Sheeran (portrayed by Robert De Niro). Sheeran looks back on his life, remembering his years working for the Bufalino crime family. The WWII veteran also recalls some of his most prolific hits and involvement with the disappearance of his friend Jimmy Hoffa.

Why you need to watch this: With its glowing critics score at Rotten Tomatoes and long list of awards and nomination, it’s difficult to not immediately want to watch The Irishman. But if that still hasn’t convinced you and you want more reasons to watch, no worries, that’s what we are here for!

The movie’s running time may be the biggest turn-off keeping you away from it. While it does run for over 200 minutes, each one has something to say. The final lines are what stick with you most as the movie is leading up to the mobster’s powerful message. The performances are also worth sticking around for. The cast includes many greats such as Al Pacino, Joe Pesci, Jesse Plemons, Ray Romano and others.

This movie is unlike Goodfellas and Casino, or any other gangster crime-thriller. No elements are duplicated. Instead, what you get is a surprising amount of depth and long-lasting emotion that you wouldn’t expect.

Which movie or TV series are you most looking forward to checking out on Netflix? Did we miss any great films or shows you believe belong to this list? Sounds off in the comments!

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