The 9 Best Movies on Netflix You Need to Watch Before May Ends


Based on Michael Lewis' 2003 book, which describes the Oakland Athletics' 2002 season administration and how they altered the game's rules by incorporating analytics, comes one of the best baseball movies ever produced. I

*Born on the Fourth of July

Oliver Stone first addressed what it was like to serve in his own Platoon in 1986. Just three years later, he followed up with the Ron Kovacs narrative, which described what it was like to return from Vietnam.

Devil in a Blue Dress

This 1995 adaptation of Walter Mosley's novel of the same name by Carl Franklin was written and directed by the actor, who gave one of the most underappreciated performances of his career.

Glengarry Glen Ross

For a long while, it seemed impossible to make a movie out of David Mamet's Pulitzer Prize-winning 1984 masterwork. However, Foley, who collaborated with the playwright as a screenwriter

*Inside Man

Yes, Spike Lee did direct a really good action film once. With this fantastic 2006 Denzel Washington vehicle, the filmmaker of Da 5 Bloods and Do the Right Thing put his own unique touch on the heist movie.

The Killer

In a role that plays a chilly hired assassin who finds it difficult to keep things together after a job goes tragically wrong, Michael Fassbender provides his greatest performance in years.

L.A. Confidential

This adaptation of James Ellroy's epic murder book set in 1950s Los Angeles was directed by Curtis Hanson. One of the greatest thrillers of the 1990s, starring Guy Pearce, Russell Crowe, Kevin Spacey, and Kim Basinger

May December

Todd Haynes's latest film, directed by Carol and Far from Heaven, features Julianne Moore and Natalie Portman in a fascinating character study about an actress who learns that some people are just hard to understand.

*The Nest

One of the top movies of 2020, this movie was a victim of the pandemic. In the 1980s, Carrie Coon and Jude Law play a married couple with two children who relocate to London from New York City