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Netflix Australia: What to Watch Tonight

With the on-demand movie streaming service, it can be hard to decide which movie to watch tonight. With thousands of titles available, you might be overwhelmed with choices. 

Don’t worry, though, as we’ve got your back. Whether you’re looking for comedy, family fun or a high-stakes thriller, we’ve got some suggestions.

To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before 

To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before is an adorable, good movie. The main character is adorable, the plot has some great moments, and it’s incredibly heartwarming.

The main character, Lara Jean, is a shy and quiet type of girl who has written long love letters to every boy she has ever liked. But, these kinds of stories usually end the same way: the letter never gets sent. But hey! Someone mailed them, and the story started to unfold interestingly. 

Between Two Ferns: The Movie

Between Two Ferns: The Movie is a 2016 American comedy film. It is a parody of the talk show television program, Between Two Ferns. The film was released on October 14th, 2016 and aired as a Netflix original as part of their “Movies” series.

For Between Two Ferns fans, you can expect a tone that’s more silly and lighthearted—filled with some laugh-out-loud moments. Definitely a movie worth watching!

John Wick

John Wick is played by Keanu Reeves, an actor popular for his acting work in the ‘Matrix’ series. After his wife dies of illness and his dog is killed by Russian mobsters, John Wick goes straight-up beast mode in his quest for vengeance. John Wick is an excellent return to action form for Keanu Reeves and a future neo-noir classic.

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The King

If you don’t like Shakespeare, screenwriters David Michôd and Joel Edgerton have stripped out the verse and replaced it with dialogue that is short, sharp and to the point. 

If you do like Shakespeare, then don’t worry! All your favourite character arcs and themes are still there. The writers even reimagined them more profoundly. If you don’t know any Shakespeare, watch it anyway because it’s got great acting, stunning visuals and a damn good story.

The Great Hack

If you’re curious as to whether online privacy matters, watch The Great Hack. It puts a real focus on how hacks happen and what the impact is on people’s lives. This documentary goes into detail about how political campaigns target audiences through the online personal data they gather.

Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened

A luxury music festival named Fyre was meant to be the next big thing, but unfortunately, it got out of control almost immediately before it even opened. Instead, it turned into an influencer-filled Lord of the Flies. The documentary tells the story of why punters who paid thousands of dollars to attend a luxury event ended up camping out and staying in emergency food tents—a tense, gripping look at how it all went so wrong.

How to Train Your Dragon

Since 2010, How to Train Your Dragon has received positive reviews from critics. It is an animated fantasy adventure set in the world of Vikings and the threat of dragons. It follows the adventures of Hiccup, a Viking teenager who befriends a dragon named Toothless after his father is killed by one.

What are you waiting for? Go and make a nice batch of popcorn, and watch a good film on Netflix Australia today.