On Netflix, ten (very) good films to see before the end of December

On Netflix, ten (very) good films to see before the end of December

Netflix is ​​not just about original creations and series. Classic or more recent, these ten films will be released from the platform’s catalog at the end of the year. If you’ve never seen them, don’t panic, you still have a chance to discover them.

Netflix offers no less than five thousand six hundred content, all categories combined. Each month, new titles arrive but, inevitably, others leave the platform. In this cinematic jungle that comes and goes, Telerama selects ten good films for you every month to see or see again urgently from your sofa.

“Spider-Man: Next Generation”, by Peter Ramsey, Bob Persichetti and Rodney Rothman

“Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” by Peter Ramsey, Bob Persichetti and Rodney Rothman

Sony Pictures Animation/Marvel

GENRE: THE SPIDER CALLED TO REIGN
Six spider-men and spider-women for the price of one! The animated movie Spider-Man: Next Generation is particularly generous. But it’s also funny, smart and inventive, and visually stunning. A nugget for young and old.
► Check out the rating and review of Spider-Man: Next Generation (2018) 1h57
Watch the film on Netflix (until December 29)

“I Feel Good”, by Benoît Delépine and Gustave Kervern

Jean Dujardin in “I Feel Good”, by Benoît Delépine and Gustave Kervern (2018).

Jean Dujardin in “I Feel Good”, by Benoît Delépine and Gustave Kervern (2018).

Photo Patrice Terraz/JD PROD./No Money Productions

GENRE: DUJARDIN IN BATHROBE
Certain of holding onto the idea that will make him rich, a man becomes encrusted in an Emmaus community. Behind this scathing satire, the usual poetry and tenderness of Benoît Delépine and Gustave Kervern hit the mark once again. With a “so good” Dujardin as a finished moron.
► Check out the rating and review of I feel good (2018) 1h43
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Sherlock Holmes by Guy Ritchie

Jude Law and Robert Downey Jr in

Jude Law and Robert Downey Jr in “Sherlock Holmes”, by Guy Ritchie (2009)

Warner Bros./Village Roadshow Pictures

GENRE: HOLMES SWEET HOLMES
Guy Ritchie, capable of making a good film? Well yes, as this wildly recreational and very speedy blockbuster proves, with an amazing Jude Law as Watson, and especially Robert Downey Jr, intelligent and seductive as Sherlock. They form a very British duo…
► Check out the rating and review of sherlock holmes (2010) 2:08
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“The Mule”, by Clint Eastwood

Clint Eastwood in

Clint Eastwood in “The Mule”, by Clint Eastwood (2018).

Photo Claire Folger/Warner Bros./The Malpaso Company

GENRE: GREEN MULE
In lack of money and at odds with his family, an old horticulturist becomes a drug courier for a cartel. Between smile and emotion, Clint Eastwood proves with this road movie that he still has some under the hood, and draws the sensitive portrait of a man who does everything to redeem himself on the evening of his life.
► Check out the rating and review of The mule (2019) 1h56
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“Troll Hunter”, by André Øvredal

Glenn Erland Tosterud in “Troll Hunter”, by André Øvredal (2010).

Glenn Erland Tosterud in “Troll Hunter”, by André Øvredal (2010).

Universal/Filmkameraten A/S

GENRE: DRAMA TROLL
In Norway, three students film the hectic daily life of a troll hunter. Between The Blair Witch Project and Michael Moore’s documentaries, a fantastic and artful film. Sometimes scary but mostly very funny.
► Check out the rating and review of Trollhunter (2011) 1h43
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“Don’t tell anyone”, by Guillaume Canet

Francois Cluzet in

Francois Cluzet in “Don’t tell anyone”, by Guillaume Canet (2006).

Treasury Productions

GENRE: THRILLER MADE IN FRANCE
A pediatrician, suddenly confronted with the “resurrection” of his wife, murdered eight years earlier, leads the investigation. Guillaume Canet adapts and transposes to Paris the breathless bestseller of the American Harlan Coben. An effective thriller.
► Check out the rating and review of Do not tell anyone (2016) 2h11
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“Project X”, by Nima Nourizadeh

Alexis Knapp and Thomas Mann in “Project X”, by Nima Nourizadeh (2012).

Alexis Knapp and Thomas Mann in “Project X”, by Nima Nourizadeh (2012).

Warner Bros./Green Hat Films/Silver Pictures

GENDER: HOW TO DISTURB YOUR NEIGHBORS
A hyper-profitable film model shot with a subjective camera. Surfing on the trend of “skin parties”, decadent evenings inspired by the series Skins, the director pinpoints the tendency of Generation Y to show off in real time on the Internet. In vomito veritas.
► Check out the rating and review of Project X (2012) 1h27
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“A Quiet Place” by John Krasinski

John Krasinski and Noah Jupe in

John Krasinski and Noah Jupe in “A Quiet Place”, by John Krasinski (2018).

Paramount/Platinum Dunes/Sunday Night

GENDER: HOW NOT TO DISTURB YOUR NEIGHBORS
A family tries to survive monsters who spot humans by noise and eat them… The law of silence imposed on the characters is what makes this thrilling film so original, even when it becomes more spectacular and… noisy.
► Check out the rating and review of Without a sound (2018) 1h30
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“Room” by Lenny Abrahamson

Brie Larson and Jacob Tremblay in “Room”, by Lenny Abrahamson (2015).

Brie Larson and Jacob Tremblay in “Room”, by Lenny Abrahamson (2015).

Photo G. Kraychyk/A24/Element Pictures/No Trace Camping

GENRE: PRE-LOCKDOWN
Sequestered, a mother and her son live in a single room… This extreme situation seems watered down but gains in truth with a complex return to life. The film has above all the strength of its performers, Brie Larson in the lead, rightly Oscar winner.
► Check out the rating and review of Room (2016) 1h58
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“The Millers, a budding family”, by Rawson Marshall Thurber

“The Millers, a budding family”, by Rawson Marshall Thurber, with Jennifer Aniston, Jason Sudeikis, Emma Roberts and Mark L. Young (2013).

“The Millers, a budding family”, by Rawson Marshall Thurber, with Jennifer Aniston, Jason Sudeikis, Emma Roberts and Mark L. Young (2013).

Warner Bros./BenderSpink/New Line Cinema/Vincent Newman Entertainment

GENRE: GREEN MULE(S) 2
A real load of drugs in the family motorhome… After a diesel start, the journey turns out to be entertaining and the humor more daring than expected, the little family taking all the liberties… since they are a fake family. A joyous joke.
► Check out the rating and review of The Millers, a budding family (2013) 1h50
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