What Are the Best Netflix Original Movies? Rank Them Here

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We all remember when Netflix would send you movies in the mail, it crazy to think there's a ton of Netflix original movies out now. These originals range from documentaries, love drama, horror films, to anything you can imagine.

Their Netflix originals have casted some of the best actors and actresses, no wonder this films have been such a hit. So we'd like to thank formally thank you, Netflix for giving us some of our favorite movies.

What are some of your favorite Netflix original movies? We've put together a list of 10 of our favorites, check it out! But don't forget to vote for your favorites!

Gerald's Game

Gerald's Game via Netflix

This psychological thriller is based on the Stephen King novel. It follows the story of a middle-aged couple's getaway to a cabin in Maine, where things go horribly wrong.

Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond

Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond via Netflix

This film is uniquely styled as a documentary about a documentary. A compilation of hilarious backstage scenes make this one worth the watch.

The Outsider

The Outsider via Netflix

Set in post-WWII Japan, an American prisoner of war stays behind in Japan and makes his way into the crime organization, the yakuza.

To All The Boys I've Loved Before

To All The Boy I've Loved Before via Netflix

These teen romance film covers letters written by Lara Jean Covey (Lana Condor) about all of her high school crushes. However, the letters are exposed allowing all sorts of drama to unfold.

Beasts Of No Nation

Beasts of No Nation via Netflix

A young orphan is trained to fight with a group of guerrilla soldiers as a civil war breaks out in Africa.

Amanda Knox

Amanda Knox via Netflix

This documentary tells Amanda Knox's side of the story of her journey through being accused of murdering her roommate in Italy.

The Kissing Booth

The Kissing Booth via Netflix

This light-hearted film follows a high school girl who is forced to face her crush as she runs a kissing booth at the spring carnival.


13th via Netflix

This powerful documentary takes a closer look at the corruptness of the modern American Prison system.

The Babysitter

via Netflix

The Babysitter is an underrated good time, thanks to Netflix. When Cole's parents leave him with his beloved babysitter, not everything goes as planned. Cole grows up a lot faster in one night all while trying to beat evil powers that are in his house. A fun, spooky thrill ride, it's definitely worth watching.


Tramps via Netflix

This film tells the romantic story of two strangers who unexpectedly meet while carrying out criminal assignments.