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20 Captivating Netflix Movies To Watch In Singapore This Month

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Can you believe it is almost October? And with the future unpredictable because of Covid-19, sometimes, it’s nice to snuggle up with a blanket, escape from reality and unwind after a long day. And hey, nothing screams relaxation more than putting on a top-notch flick. Check out 20 of the greatest Netflix movies to stream now in Singapore.

1. Kate

This brand new action-packed thriller follows a ruthless Tokyo assassin, Kate (Mary Elizabeth Winstead), who is almost poisoned on her last job. With less than 24 hours to spare, she takes matters into her own hands, and goes on a mission to discover who ordered the hit on her, and take revenge. Certainly, the high-action movie you need to see on Netflix Singapore this weekend.

2. Man On Fire

This 2004 blockbuster follows an ex-CIA officer, John Creasy (Denzel Washington), who accepts a job as a bodyguard for a 9-year-old girl in Mexico city, at a time, when kidnappings were at an all time high. When Lupita (Dakota Fanning) is kidnapped, Creasy goes on a vicious rampage to find her, uncovering an array of dirty cops, government corruption and linked criminals. Indeed, one of the best Netflix movies to watch this month.

3. Schumacher

This Netflix original documentary movie tells the real life story of Michael Schumacher. It details accounts of his seven-time Formula 1 world championship, illustrates interviews with both family and friends and relives his 2013 skiing accident that left him in a coma. Indeed, this Netflix movie will give you an inside look into the life of Michael Schumacher, and his road to recovery.

4. Cold Pursuit

This 2019 crime movie starring Liam Neeson and Laura Dern needs to be on your watchlist. It follows a quiet snowplow driver, whose life is turned upside down by the death of his son. Believing his son’s death certificate to be false, he sets out on a mission to discover the truth, which leads him to take revenge on a drug lord named Viking. Certainly, this sets off the depicted story to follow. Indeed, an absorbing Netflix movie to watch this weekend.

5. JJ & E

Based on the award-winning novel, this Swedish teenage flick tells the tale of two lovers, Elizabeth and John-John who live in the same city, but come from two different worlds. John comes from a refugee background, and Elizabeth is your average rich girl next door. So, can their love work against all odds? Watch this Netflix movie to see what happens.

6. Beckett

This action thriller is currently number one on Netflix. It follows Beckett, an American tourist, on holiday in Greece. After a tragic car accident, he wakes up to find his girlfriend is missing, and he is now the target of a manhunt in the midst of a dangerous political conspiracy. With a talented cast, from Alicia Vikander, John David Washington, Boyd Holbrook, and more…you won’t be left dissatisfied.

7. The Shawshank Redemption

This 1994 crime drama never gets old. It follows Andy, played by Tim Robbins, who is serving two consecutive life sentences in prison for the murder of his wife and her lover. Though, Andy did not commit the murder. While in prison, he meets Red (Morgan Freeman), who he forms a friendship with while experiencing brutal prison life despite his innocence.

8. Thimmarusu

This 2021 Indian crime movie is being absorbed by households right now. It tells the story of a young man who was framed for murder. However, eight years after the murder, a newbee lawyer re-opens the case to try and find the real culprit. Although, he faces battles of corruption both inside and outside the courtroom. Definitely, a top Netflix movie to watch this month.

9. Vivo

This 2021 Netflix Original animation flick is being absorbed by households around the globe right now. With fantastic all-new music by Lin-Manuel Miranda, it tells the tale of a music-obsessed Kinkajou (voiced by Lin-Manuel Miranda), who embarks on an unforgettable, musical journey to deliver a love song to Marta, for his owner Andres. It’s the lighthearted family movie you need this weekend.

10. Sweet Girl

You’ll recognise Jason Momoa from the epic Game Of Thrones series, but this time, he plays a man devastated by the loss of his wife. Cooper vows to get justice for his wife’s death while protecting his only remaining family, his daughter, Rachel (Isabela Merced). This action-packed thriller is a must-watch this month.

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11. Afterlife Of The Party

This Netflix comedy follows Victoria Justice, as Cassie, a social butterfly and party animal, who dies in a freak accident on a mad night out. However, she wakes in between heaven and earth, to learn that she has been given five days to correct her wrongdoings on Earth, which includes reconnecting with her grieving father, and helping her best friend find love. Certainly, a powerful watch, full of comical moments that you’ll love.

12. Love And Monsters

Watch in suspense as Dylan O’Brien takes on the lead role of a young man trying to survive seven years into an apocalypse that sees monsters run the planet. He ventures up from the underground and risks his life to reunite with his lover. But, the path is extremely dangerous while he meets a friendly dog and some travelling companions along the way. This movie is from the producers of hit Netflix show Stranger Things, so you know it’s got to be good.

13. The Fear Street Trilogy

Get in the Halloween mood by rejoicing with this horror trilogy coming to Netflix. You can enjoy Fear Street Part: 1994, Fear Street Part 2: 1978 and Fear Street Part 3: 1666 on Netflix. The first movie follows a teen and her friends decide to fight against evil forces after a series of brutal murders in their small town. Although, the trilogy jumps back in time for the finally two installations. All three movies were filmed at the same time so you can expect the same scared faces, if they aren’t already dead.

14. How I Became A Superhero

This French action-packed flick is being consumed by Netflix users. It showcases a world where superheroes and humans coexist, but when dark forces plot to destroy that peace and try to extract superpowers, a lone wolf policeman teams up with a clever detective to bring them down. Indeed, a fantastic movie to watch this month.

15. A Dog’s Journey

Grab your tissues because you’ll need them for this movie. It follows the story of Bailey, a dog who lives an incredible life on Ethan and Hannah’s farm. Experience the journey of a dog’s purpose as he makes it his soul’s mission to find CJ and protect her at all costs. Watch in emotion as Bailey embarks on many lives filled with friendship, love and loyalty. Certainly, one of the most iconic movies on Netflix right now.

16. Flu

This dramatized mirror of our current reality is worth a watch. This 2013 virus thriller tells the story of an outbreak of an airborne disease in a South Korean suburb. Course, this results in quarantine and chaos across the city. Indeed, it will give you chills down your spine. Starring Jang Hyuk, Su Ae, and many more.

17. The Women In The Window

Watch Amy Adams in an iconic performance in this psychological thriller. Adams plays Dr. Anna Fox who witnesses a disturbing act of violence while spying on her neighbours, the Russel family, through her window in New York. Be sure to add this to your must-watch list for a mind-blowing headache.

18. Sweet & Sour

Starring the incredible Jang Ki-Yong, Chae Soo-bin and Krystal Jung, this feel-good South Korean romantic comedy is the flick you need to feel good this weekend. It showcases the story of a couple who fell in love at first sight but end up drifting apart due to career opportunities and challenges. Watch as this couple try hard to make their relationship survive. Singaporeans are loving this flick at the moment.

19. To All The Boys: Always And Forever

This heartwarming rom-com is the final instalment in the To All The Boys trilogy. It tells the tale of the much-loved Lara Jean Convey (Lana Condor) as she navigates her final year of high school with her dreamy boyfriend Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo). Watch as an incredible story of love, sex and a complicated happily-ever after unfolds before your eyes.

20. Okja

This captivating 2017 adventure movie follows a young farmer girl, Mija, and her protective relationship with a rare super-pig called Okja. When Okja is in danger of extinction, Mija sets out on a dangerous mission to rescue her much-loved friend. Expect a brilliant cast from Lily Collins to Jake Gyllenhaal, and many more. Indeed, one of the greatest Netflix movies to watch.

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