New Best Netflix Movies Drama January 2020
New Best Netflix Movies Drama January 2020

OK, Nowadays Everybody knows about Netflix and also using it to seeing Best Netflix Movies, tv-series, etc for entertainment.

Netflix is known for 3rd largest online entertainment streaming tv network.

You can see the tv from anywhere by your android, iPhone or Pc. Every Month Netflix Release Joyful or exciting Best Netflix Movies movie or dramas. You can see the latest movies without going to the theatre with a subscription. And you will get access to a vast amount of Movies and dramas and documentary with you will not get access anywhere else.

So. Our Purpose to provides you about the latest Best Netflix Movies drama also which is the best trending movies and drama tv series

Let’s take a look at the Best Netflix Movies January 2020

Sex Education, Season 2

The second season follows Otis, who after finally securing a relationship with Ola, gets hit with the truth and pressures of a highschool romance. that’s further tested by the introduction of the latest students who challenge the established order at Moordale High and a chlamydia outbreak that causes students to question and struggle with topical issues.


As we know from the movie, this starts with an idea. This idea being the quote that starts off the movie, and is repeated at various parts, “Do you want to become an old man, filled with regrets, waiting to die alone?”. Its cool theory if you look into it. So why not see it now on Netflix 


BoJack Horseman, Season 6

Our favorite anthropomorphic equestrian is back and he is more dark and bitter than ever while trying to face his demons and confront his bad side. blah blah now I feel like I’m trying to sell it

The show is awesome. We love the characters. What did you think of this new addition?


What an unbearably tense film. It’s like a modern Hitchcock film combined with Stephen King’s trademark twisted storytelling. It’s also darkly funny and shockingly violent even compared to today’s standards. Don’t sleep on this movie like I did because even though I’ve heard nothing but great things I just didn’t prioritize it on my watch list over the years for some reason. It’s incredibly well-directed and I have absolutely no hesitation in saying that Kathy Bates gives one of the best performances ever captured on film.


The Messiah  show is perfect. It shows the horrid reality of war (Americans poking noses and causing horrid things with no reason), the skepticism towards religion & how torn up people are really inside.

Messiah show wasn’t confusing. It’s exactly what would happen if someone came about claiming to be the Messiah. From believers to doubters, tensions, integrity and/or boundaries tested, being put in a psych unit for having a grandiose “God complex” & many more things within the show. 


A Sun (Netflix film)

A family reckons with the aftermath of their younger son’s incarceration and a greater misfortune that follows.

Raising Cain

I was also very impressed with Lithgow’s performance. it’s extremely confusing at the start, but once you catch on to what’s happening you get a deep and dive into an upscale story of mental disease and murder. it isn’t in the least obvious what proportion of the story is unreliable narrator stuff, but it’s all through with great respect for the intelligence of the audience.


Moonlight is on Netflix I’ve had a chance to observe it for a second time and it’s even as good if not better than the primary time I saw it. From the cinematography to the acting, to the story. it’s so delicately crafted and maybe a heartfelt and truly depressing story. I absolutely love La La Land and that I still believe this movie deserved the simplest picture over it. A masterclass in film.

The Stranger (Netflix original)

When a stranger makes a shocking claim about his wife, family man Adam Price becomes entangled in a mystery as he desperately searches for answers.

Starring: Richard Armitage, Siobhan Finneran, Jennifer Saunders
Creators: Harlan Coben

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Watched this movie and wow, it’s as good as everyone says it is one gripe….my least favorite character is Miles however it doesn’t really seem to hamper my enjoyment of the movie which is odd considering he’s the main character….and my issue with him is simply this, they have him be basically horrible at being a superhero right up till the end fight where he suddenly is amazing, there felt like there was no progression for him throughout the movie, just that one line Peter says to him near the end is what makes the total change, and while that should be a big part of overcoming the final hurdle, I just feel like progression throughout the movie works a whole lot better

37 Seconds (Netflix film)

Yuma may be a young Japanese woman who suffers from spastic paralysis.

Torn between her obligations towards her family and her dream to become a manga artist, she struggles to steer a self-determined life.

American Assassin

I’ve got to say that Dylan O’Brien and Michael Keaton were the best things about this movie. While it wasn’t bad, I was hoping for a little bit more. The dialogue and some of the plot points were probably the weakest elements of the movie, as many people have commented on the cliché nature of having a plutonium bomb counting down and the number of times the characters say things like “a nuke is in play”, “he’s off the charts” “weapons-grade plutonium”, “don’t make it personal”, etc. I can’t actually remember the rest because the dialogue is pretty forgettable. I’m hoping that this movie does well though so that they can make more and hopefully improve upon those problem areas. Personally, I think I would have enjoyed it more if they hadn’t shown so much in the trailers and the teasers. It’s not as exciting when you know what’s going to happen 

The Silence of the Lambs

Probably in my top 5 movies of all time. So good.

The plot of the movie follows the book pretty closely. there’s just a few characterization stuff overlooked with Jame Gumb within the movie. The book goes into more detail about his life and thought process, etc. But you’ve got to chop some stuff out from movies, otherwise, every movie would be 8 hours long. And like somebody else mentioned, Hopkins is sort of a singular combat Lecter from the books. I recall Brian Cox being much more accurate to Lecter within the books. But that’s ultimately a private preference. Hopkins owns that character and makes it his own.

Luna Nera (Netflix original)

In 17th-century Italy, an adolescent learns about her destiny among a family of witches, even as her boyfriend’s father hunts her down for witchcraft.

Blade Runner 2049

One of the aspects of this movie that I loved the foremost was how K went from normal to special and back again. The scene where the kid is revealed to be a woman and K is completely crestfallen followed by K realizing that Joi was just a run of the mill AI programmed to mention what you would like to listen to and therefore the ad version of her even called him “Joe” also, which i think shows that even that was just a neighborhood of her programming, really brought home the sensation that K was just a traditional replicant with nothing special aside from a shared memory or two rather than being born special or “the chosen one”. And only then did he prefer to save Deckard himself, revealing that he was special in any case , but not because he was born that way, because he became special on his own.

Ragnarok (Netflix original)

In a Norwegian town poisoned by pollution and rattled by melting glaciers, the End Times feel all too real. It’ll take a legend to battle an old evil.

Catch Me If You Can

When Spielberg was growing up he resented his dad for divorcing his mom and splitting up his family. That’s why the male protagonist’s son or father features a strained relationships together with his family in early works like E.T. and shut Encounter and you see families splitting up. He discovered later in his adulthood that the rationale why his parents got a divorced was because Spielberg’s mom cheated on his dad together with his dad’s ally . Thus in movies like Last Crusades, Catch Me If you’ll, Lincoln, show father-son relationships being reconciled and he tries to stay families whole in his original works or if he can change IP. for instance in Catch Me, there was no father-son reconciliation within the book or real world.

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