The past few years have actually taught us to not sleep on streaming movies, and that belief will continue when you have the similarity Guillermo del Toro (Pinocchio), Pixar (Turning Red), and, obviously, Beavis and Butt-head launching their jobs directly to services. Prey was a surprise hit in a franchise that had not had a Licensed Fresh film in over 30 years, and Adam Sandler shows he’s got Hustle in his pocket whenever he requires it with another effective drama for Netflix.
The order reflects Tomatometer ratings (since December 31, 2022) after modification from our ranking formula, which makes up for variation in the number of evaluations when comparing films or television shows.
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Critics Agreement: Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio delivers fully on its title– which is to state it’s an aesthetically stunning adjustment that welcomes its source material’s darkness. Synopsis: Academy Award ®-winning director Guillermo del Toro and acclaimed, stop-motion legend Mark Gustafson reimagine the timeless Carlo Collodi tale of the …
. More]. # 2 Changed Rating: 105109% Critics Agreement: Heartwarming, humorous, wonderfully animated, and culturally extensive, Turning Red extends Pixar’s long list of family-friendly victories.
Run-throughs: In “Turning Red”, Mei Lee is a positive, dorky thirteen-year-old torn in between remaining her mom’s dutiful daughter and the chaos … [More]
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Critics Consensus: The rare action thriller
that increases adrenaline without stinting
character development, Prey is a Predator prequel done right. Summaries: Embed In the Comanche Nation 300 years back,”Prey”is the story of a young woman, Naru, a strong and … [More] # 4 Adjusted Score: 101617% Critics Agreement: Frighteningly prompt and strongly convincing, The Janes uses a distinct chance to look back at a critical chapter in American history through the eyes of those who helped define it.
Run-throughs: In the spring of 1972, authorities robbed a house on the South Side of Chicago. Seven ladies were arrested and … [More]
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Critics Agreement: A fitting homage to a titan of American music, Louis Armstrong’s Black & Blues honors its
by letting him tell his story in his own words.
Summaries: “Louis Armstrong’s Black & Blues”offers an intimate and revealing take a look at the world-changing musician, provided through a lens of … [More] # 6 Changed Score: 100770%< period class="glyphicon glyphicon-question-sign "rel ="tooltip" data-toggle="tooltip"data-placement="top" data-html =" real "title=""data-original-title ="The Adjusted Rating comes from a weighted formula(Bayesian )that we utilize that accounts for variation in the number of
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Consensus: Sexual awakening stories aren’t in brief supply, but Good Luck to You, Leo Grande proves you can still tell one with a revitalizing– and uproarious– spin. Synopsis: In Best Of Luck TO YOU, LEO GRANDE, two-time Academy Award winner Emma Thompson (Love, Really)embodies the sincerity and apprehension … [More] # 7 Adjusted Rating: 98299% Critics Agreement: Sr. is an illuminating look at an interesting filmmaker– and a poignant homage to a father from his boy.
Synopsis: Robert Downey Jr. pays tribute to his late father in this documentary narrating the life and eclectic profession of pioneering … [More] # 8 Changed Score: 98501% Critics Agreement: Fart-knockers beware: Beavis and Butt-Head are back, and they’re simply as stupidly hilarious(or hilariously stupid?) as ever. Synopsis: A tale that technically spans two centuries, BEAVIS AND BUTT-HEAD DO THE UNIVERSE assures to sit atop all future lists … [More] # 9 Changed Rating:
Critics Agreement: Hellbender stirs a boiling cauldron of adolescent angst, providing a coming-of-age story with dark scary overtones. Synopsis: A teenager and her mother live merely in a home in the woods, spending their time making metal music. A. [More]
# 10 Changed Rating: 98462% Critics Agreement: Hustle does not have any elegant relocations, but it does not need them– Adam Sandler’s everyman appeal makes this simple layup fun to see. Run-throughs: Stanley Sugerman’s(Adam Sandler)love for basketball is unequaled, however the travel weary Philadelphia 76ers scout who has greater aspirations … [More] # 11 Changed Score: 97854% < period class ="glyphicon glyphicon-question-sign" rel="tooltip "data-toggle ="tooltip" data-placement ="top"data-html
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“> Critics Consensus: Sissy weaves timely styles into its abundant blend of scary and dark humor, complemented by fantastic work from a skilled cast led by Aisha Dee. Synopsis: Cecilia and Emma were tween-age BFFs who were going to grow old together and never ever let anything come between them, … [More]
Adjusted Score: 97447%
Critics Agreement: Brought to life by an enormously talented cast, the breezily amusing Fire Island shows there are still fresh methods to upgrade Austen. Run-throughs: Set in the renowned Pines, Andrew Ahn’s
“Fire Island”is an unapologetic,
modern-day rom-com showcasing a diverse, multicultural examination of … [More] # 13 Adjusted Score: 97163% Critics Agreement: An original animated tale that’s often as bold as its characters, The Sea Beast sends out audiences on a trip well worth taking.
Run-throughs: In an age when frightening beasts strolled the seas, monster hunters were well known heroes– and none were more precious … [More]
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Critics Consensus: Although its reach periodically surpasses its grasp, After Yang yields rich benefits for those happy to settle into its subtle wavelength. Summaries: When his young daughter’s precious buddy– an android called Yang– breakdowns, Jake( Colin Farrell )searches for a method …
. More]. # 15 Adjusted Score: 96885% Critics Consensus: Equal parts entertaining and informative, Lucy and Desi takes a palpably caring look at the lives and traditions of its innovative subjects.
Synopsis: From director Amy Poehler, Lucy and Desi checks out the not likely collaboration and withstanding legacy of among the most respected … [More]
Adjusted Rating: 95842%
Critics Agreement: A housebound thriller with a 21st century spin, KIMI finds director Steven Soderbergh in crowd-pleasing type– thanks in no little part to an impressive efficiency from Zoë Kravitz. Summaries: An agoraphobic tech worker discovers taped evidence of a violent crime but is
consulted with resistance when she
tries to … [. More] # 17 Adjusted Rating: 98163% Critics Agreement: Tilda Swinton ² is haunting in the gothic ghost story The Eternal Child, an ode to familial female ties that leaves much to unwind after the fog lifts.
Synopsis: An artist and her senior mother confront long-buried tricks when they return to a previous family home, now a hotel … [More]
Changed Rating: 96786%
Critics Agreement: Delightfully dark and remarkably ambitious, A Wounded Fawn offers a grimly distinctive reward for slasher fans.
: Inspired by surrealist art and Greek mythology, An Injured Fawn follows the story of Meredith Tanning(Sarah Lind, Jakob’s Partner), … [More] # 19 Changed Rating: 95354% Critics Consensus: The sweetly nostalgic Apollo 10 1/2: A Space Age Childhood finds Richard Linklater reusing visual and thematic components in a deeply personal, newly inspired way.
Synopsis: Apollo 10 1/2: An Area Age Youth tells the story of the very first moon landing in the summer of 1969 … [More]
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Critics Consensus: A rich visual treat for film fans, Mad God shows that even in the age of CGI, the cinematic appeal of stop-motion animation remains strong.
Synopsis: Follow The Assassin through a forbidding world of tortured souls, decrepit bunkers, and wretched monstrosities created from the most prehistoric … [More]