Comedy, Drama, Family: When she went searching for a father, she found two. Which is the real one? In her heart, she knows.
Comedy, Documentary, Economics & Politics: In this extended cut of his 2018 special, Chris Rock takes the stage for a special filled with searing observations on fatherhood, infidelity and politics.
Comedy, Documentary, Drama: With Some Kind of Heaven, first-time feature director Lance Oppenheim cracks the manicured facade of The Villages, America’s largest retirement community – a massive, self-contained utopia located in Central Florida. Behind the gates of this palm tree-lined fantasyland, Some Kind of Heaven invests in the dreams and desires of a small group of Villages residents – and one interloper – who are unable to find happiness within the community’s pre-packaged paradise. With strikingly composed cinematography, this candy-colored documentary offers a tender and surreal look at the never-ending quest for finding meaning and love in life’s final act.
Comedy: He's stuck in a wretched cycle like a broken record. Can he break out of his rut and rediscover a glimmer of what's lost?
Comedy, Drama, Family: After rescuing a white lion cub from a pair of clueless smugglers, shy young teenager Lena embarks on a quest to protect her new feline friend from harm. But when the smugglers set out to recover their stolen cub, what seems like a simple plan quickly spins out of control
Comedy, Romance: It is a love story between a young man who believes and preaches his philosophy of staying single in his college days, and a young woman who takes his ideology to next level after the man leaves the college. What happened when he realizes that his philosophy is wrong over a period of time with his real life experiences and decides to get married and meets the same woman who has idolized his over the years in the same college and who followed his philosophy to the next level forms the crux of the story.
Comedy: Formerly a big deal. Currently barely relevant. For an actor refusing to accept his reality, life is truly the pits.
Comedy, Standup: Unnecessary milk substitutes. Bad passwords. Burlap underpants. 2020 may have sucked, but thankfully the jokes didn't.
Comedy, Drama: Janel Parrish stars as Gina, a savvy music manager whose life is given new purpose when she meets who she believes is her reincarnated brother.
Comedy, Crime, Drama: It’s a brash filmmaker against a beloved star. No rehearsals. No retakes. Reel life's about to get all too real.
Comedy, Standup: He's on stage in a sharp suit. But his quick wit and stinging jokes will leave you in stitches.
Comedy: She's a smart, successful single woman taking a trip down memory lane. And it's littered with men.
Comedy, Family, History: A trio of mischievous llamas from the county fair start making a mess of the farm, so Shaun and the flock must find a way to boot out the troublemakers.
Action, Comedy, Romance: KHAALI PEELI is a story of Ishaan & Ananya who are childhood sweethearts, separated by circumstances when they were kids. Ishaan is a fearless taxi driver, and he is willing to go all the way to get what he wants. Ananya is a bag full of surprises, looks innocent but certainly isn’t. One fine day she escapes stealing a bag full of money & bumps into Ishaan. He agrees to entertain her, but for a hefty sum. This leads to a series of thrilling events with mobs chasing Ananya and Police Officers chasing the mobs. Watch KHAALI PEELI to find out how far Ishaan will go to save Ananya's life.
Comedy, Drama, Romance: Liam (Jake Hoffman - The Wolf of Wall Street, The Irishman) is about to get married but the sister of the groom, Audrey (Alicia Silverstone - Clueless, The Killing of a Sacred Deer) isn't ready to let go of her little brother just yet. With time against her and the young, annoyingly 'perfect' bride to be (Mathilde Ollivier - A Call to Spy, Overlord) plotting to keep her out of the wedding party, Audrey must resort to drastic measures to save her brother from a life of matrimonial misery! Make way for the Sister of the Groom.
Comedy, Drama: Accountant by day. Wannabe magician by night. Juanquini and his family are about to have the wildest Christmas ever.
Comedy, Standup: Unplanned circumstances. Unscripted shows. He’s never been further from his audience. He’s also never felt closer to them.
Comedy: Tough year. Great shows. They're here to celebrate — and maybe roast — some Netflix favorites from 2020.
Comedy, Drama: He has his own country, his own language, his own flag — and the people love it. So, obviously, the bureaucrats hate it.
Comedy: A year whose story couldn't be told until now, because it was still happening. The creators of "Black Mirror" look back at 2020 with an all-star cast.
Comedy, Drama, Family
Comedy, Family, Kids: Lasers! Tree-bots! And a Santa that looks — and acts — like a professional wrestler? Harold and George are giving Christmas a makeover.