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  • we never thought this streaming service would be offering up such potential classics.

  • Welcome to watch Mojo.

  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 Netflix movies that will become classics in the future.

  • Are you ready?

  • Oh, you want to take that bridge for this list?

  • We're looking at narrative films that the streaming Giant has produced or distributed that we think will prove the most influential and memorable over time.

  • But what I'm telling you, this one's different.

  • Okay, so I'm telling you, I'm telling you that like you, you've said that before and it might be it.

  • Maybe it is different.

  • Powerful documentaries such as 13th and Jim and Andy will have to wait for another day.

  • You know it's not.

  • It's not Jim Carey who could walk down the street.

  • Just just, uh, you know, doing anything he wants to and get away with it.

  • Number 10 Atlantic.

  • Whether you categorize it as a romance or supernatural fiction, Atlantic's will have you looking at both genres through a new set of eyes.

  • Things aren't always as they seem at first clients, and this international film caught many audiences off guard with its twists and turns.

  • I don't go to dominate no good, a dominant gates without delving too deep into spoilers.

  • The plot revolves around two separated lovers who yearn to be reunited.

  • Underneath the film's otherworldly surface are timely themes regarding immigration, classism and the refugee crisis.

  • In her feature directorial debut, Matty Diab paints a portrait that's haunting yet wondrous, bleak yet romantic.

  • In addition to achieving universal critical acclaim, the film was listed by former US president Barack Obama as one of 20 nineteen's best films.

  • Suleiman Movie You Need Them.

  • Number nine.

  • The Meyerowitz Stories.

  • New and Selected.

  • It started with Keys.

  • When Netflix announced a four movie deal with Adam Sandler, audiences had a pretty good idea of what to expect and true to form.

  • His first outings included the duds, The Ridiculous Six and Sandy Wexler.

  • So viewers were shocked to see Sandler in this Netflix drama D by festival Darling no abound.

  • Back in 2017 that's coming.

  • You texted me, I texted him.

  • He texted you, You text.

  • You think I'm not going to tell you the truth?

  • I can drive.

  • Maureen, although it wasn't actually planned, is part of Sandler's deal with the streaming giant Netflix swooped in to grab distribution rights for what was clearly going to become an underground hit.

  • Sadly, this costume drama at its Cannes Film Festival premiere, raising questions about streaming movies competing at festivals.

  • Nevertheless, the Indy surprise got a four minute standing ovation.

  • You'll have a nurse with you.

  • You know, I really need you to stay with me.

  • I'm asking you to do this, please.

  • Number eight Gerald's game Stephen King clearly had a great little renaissance in 2017.

  • On the big and small screen alike, however, the biggest surprise was the Netflix adaptation of a lesser known King novel.

  • Gerald's Game got to say I was I was expecting more novelty things like with velvet or silk yourself.

  • Um, arguably unfilmable story.

  • It became squeamish horror gold at the hands of brilliant director Mike Flanagan, the man who got us terrified of we job boards and antique mirrors.

  • If you don't wake up, you're gonna die in those handcuffs, and we both know you've been sleepwalking since you were 12 years old.

  • Not now, if not now, when not now, what?

  • The story of a sex game gone wrong, which leaves a man dead and a woman cuffed to the bed became an instant hit.

  • Its tended to overshadow another equally great Stephen King adaptation, 1922 released just a month later on Netflix.

  • I believe that there's and another man inside every man.

  • Number seven, the ritual.

  • He's a good mom.

  • The best of us should never have happened.

  • At its core, the ritual is a classic campfire story with echoes of The Blair Witch Project, The Thing and the Wicker Man, the good one.

  • That's witchcraft.

  • Uh huh.

  • That's what that is.

  • That's witchcraft.

  • For all of its familiarity, though, David Bruckner's film constantly leaves us guessing where it's going.

  • The opening scene feels less like something out of a traditional slasher flick and more like a piece of real world horror that anybody could experience firsthand.

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  • As our four main characters get lost in the woods, the ritual begins to blur the line between psychological horror and supernatural horror.

  • That line becomes clearer during the film's final act, which will enthrall some and leave others bewildered over what they just watched.

  • Either way, it's a climax.

  • Nobody will soon forget.

  • Your pain is great.

  • Yeah, I'm not like you and I will not live like this.

  • Number six Hush.

  • I finished your book.

  • I finished your book.

  • I know you can read my lips, but I'm getting better.

  • One thing that Netflix does often and does well are great thrillers.

  • A prime example is hushed, a tense experience in claustrophobic terror.

  • The great Mike Flanagan from Gerald's Game also directed this twisted story of a deaf writer who's chased down by a masked killer.

  • Mhm.

  • Uh huh.

  • Thank you.

  • Yeah.

  • Turning the slasher and home invasion genres on their heads hush destroys any preconceptions and delivers an effective white knuckle ride Living up to the hype in critical adoration.

  • Hush has already become a modern day classic and will probably remain.

  • Ah, horror masterpiece.

  • Welcome home.

  • Who's It's okay.

  • You're gonna see Mommy very soon.

  • Number five.

  • I don't feel at home in this world anymore.

  • Sometimes I feel like I'm like, underneath a whirlpool in, like I can't even breathe fed up with the world fed up with the same old movies.

  • If you're looking for a unique and bizarre experience, look no further.

  • I don't feel at home in this world anymore.

  • Follows a woman who's having just about the worst day ever and goes on a revenge mission to find the bastards that broke into her home.

  • Why are you here?

  • My house got robbed.

  • This pitch black comedy, the brainchild of actor Macon Blair in his directorial debut, blew the doors off Sundance, winning the grand jury prize guaranteed to be a cult hit for years to come.

  • We promise you'll find nothing like it on Netflix or anywhere, for that matter.

  • Booth number four Dolomite is my name.

  • Eddie Murphy's career has seen its ups and downs, but Dolomite is My name is most definitely a high point shit ain't that old.

  • As famed blaxploitation actor Rudy Ray Moore, Murphy not only delivers his funniest performance in years but also reminds audiences that he's a legitimately great actor.

  • Come on, brother.

  • They waiting on Dolomite movie.

  • Let's bring Dole amount to the screen.

  • Murphy becomes more channeling his unique brand of humor and outside the box, thinking the film doesn't just belong to Murphy as we get splendid supporting performances from Divine Joy, Randolph Keegan, Michael Key and Wesley Snipes, the latter of whom is also officially on the Comeback train.

  • I'm going to fast.

  • No, we need to speed for the puddle slash punch slash dolomite is My name went overlooked at the Academy Awards but is more showed us entertaining fans is what matters most, and this biopic is deservingly accumulating a wider following every day.

  • Rudy, there's a certain professional way to go about distributing a film, and we all know that there is a history of Vegas and more the white man come along and steal all the money.

  • Number three.

  • Oka.

  • When the competition reaches its climax, Dr Johnny will crown the winner at a magical animals live telecast right here in New York City.

  • At the time of its release, Moksha was a bit of an anomaly, with Joon Ho Bong's being the biggest name to transition from big screen to Netflix.

  • Its success has arguably led to a shift in perception, as Netflix is now working with the likes of Martin Scorsese, Alfonso Cuaron and the Coen brothers.

  • I want Tokyo with the job.

  • No, it's My Property.

  • A bizarre film about a little girl's bond with a genetically modified super pig.

  • It has an all star cast and an environmental message that garnered it praise from critics and audiences despite being booed at Cannes when the Netflix logo appeared, it received a standing ovation.

  • I want to Biota alive number two uncut gems, while a 24 distributed uncut gems in the U.

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  • Netflix handled its international distribution.

  • Has it got so many colors in it, Man, What is that?

  • That's the thing they say.

  • You can see the whole universe in no book, as is the case with Eddie Murphy, we sometimes forget how amazing Adam Sandler could be with the right people behind the camera.

  • Between the Meyerowitz stories and especially uncut gems, Netflix is shining a spotlight on Sandler's untapped potential.

  • We've seen Sandler give dramatic performances before, but Howard Ratner is a whole other beast.

  • You spoke to Gary about what about about how you're taking my money, all of the count placing bets.

  • You know what that does to me?

  • The risk taking jeweler never stops.

  • He's always gambling, always making promises he can't keep and always finding new ways to dig his own grave.

  • Every time Howard somehow digs himself out, he jumps right back in.

  • Like Sandler's performance, the Saftey Brothers direction creates an unrelenting sense of urgency, leaving viewers on the edge until the credits roll.

  • Yeah, oh my God!

  • Before we unveil our number one pick, here are a few honorable mentions.

  • 25 Bloods.

  • One of Spike Lee's career defining achievements.

  • There's enough for everybody.

  • Yeah, uh, always be my Maybe there's more to this hilarious romcom than the Quiano cameo.

  • Now I know what it feels like to be completely star struck.

  • The only stars that matter are the ones you look at my new dream.

  • Kodachrome, a road trip drama distinguished by its strong performances.

  • Are you ever happy?

  • Ben?

  • Let me tell you something.

  • Happiness is bullshit.

  • It's a great myth of the late 20th century.

  • You think Picasso was happened?

  • You think Hemingway was Hendricks?

  • There were miserable shits.

  • Hill art worth a damn was ever created out of happiness.

  • I could tell you that much.

  • Tramps.

  • Another winner in the ever growing Netflix Romcom library.

  • So what do you think?

  • But what about my mustache?

  • Mhm.

  • Don't know.

  • Maybe looks better with it.

  • First they killed my father Angelina Jolie's most effective directorial outing to date.

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  • Number one.

  • The Irishman I could drive.

  • E can't fix him.

  • You're back in business, kid.

  • Martin Scorsese is one of our most influential filmmakers, but Netflix is probably the only company that would give him the funds and creative freedom to pursue what might be his Magnum opus.

  • Glad to meet you.

  • Well, glad to meet you, too, even if it's over the phone.

  • I heard you paint houses.

  • Yes, yes, All right, I do.

  • It's a Ziff.

  • Scorsese's 50 plus years in the business have been preparing him for the Irishman.

  • A triumph of craft and performances.

  • This crime epic chronicles the life of Frank Sharon, played by the legendary Robert De Niro.

  • Joe Pesci and Al Pacino round out an ensemble for the ages as Sheeran's two closest confidants as friends become enemies, though Sharon's story builds to one of the tensest segment Scorsese has ever put to film.

  • Frank, I had to put you into this thing or you would never let it happen.

  • And I know you wouldn't.

  • From beginning to end.

  • The Irishman makes you feel like you've walked 100 miles in Sharon shoes.

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  • Come on.

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