The only six Netflix movies with a perfect score


It is known that one of the most positive characteristics of Netflix it is the immense amount of movies that it offers to its subscribers. There are films from all countries, genres and eras. But the bad thing is that a priori, When choosing something to watch, it’s hard to know if you’re going to get a big movie or a slop. It will then be provided a list of feature films which are surely found in the first of the items. These are the only productions on the platform that have received a perfect score on the prestigious movie page Rotten Tomatoes.

Although in Netflix there are brilliant productions with very favorable reviews, they are only six platform realizations who achieved a perfect score, that is, 100 pointson the American reviews and synopsis page Rotten Tomatoes. This site is an institution in the field of film and television and its scores, awarded by specialists, are highly respected in the cinematographic universe.

Taking into account the importance of a film having a rating ‘perfect’ by critics on the aforementioned site, the British medium ladbible set out to search Netflix which were the films on the platform that had reached that category. The result is the list detailed below, which basically highlights the documentaries. The titles of the productions are as they appear on the platform of streaming from Argentina.

His house

His house en A 2020 horror film, which tells the adventures of a young African looking to settle in a new house in a small town in England.

“A young couple South Sudan seeks refuge and seek a new life in England, but they are tormented by a sinister force that inhabits their new home“says the synopsis of Netflix. The film, considered an independent film product, was written and directed by Remi Weekes and, according to the platform streamingit is a “chilling, subtle and scary” feature film.

extraordinary camp

cripcamp, such is the original title extraordinary campis a 2020 documentary about the ‘disability revolution’ that took place in 1971 at a rundown summer camp for teens with disabilities. From the changes produced in that group, the participants of that meeting created a movement in defense of their rights and sowed a new path towards equality.

The documentary won the Audience Award at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, where it premiered, and Rotten Tomatoes called it “as entertaining as it is inspiring.” It is directed by James Lebrecht and Nichole Newnhan. The message of this production moved former President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle, who became executive producers of the production.

Rest in peace Dick Johnson

“As her father’s life fades, the filmmaker Kirsten Johnson stages his death with wit and humor to ease the inevitable for both of them,” reads the synopsis for Netflix, about this intimate documentary of the year 2020 Directed by Kirsten Johnson herself, an American filmmaker, documentary filmmaker and photographer.

The performance celebrates life with “bittersweet humor and thanks, offering a deeply resonant perspective on mortality,” critics cited by LadBible noted. Other readings of this excellent documentary point out that it is “a love letter from a daughter to her father an 86-year-old psychiatrist who suffers from senile dementia, whose daughter wants to ease her departure from this world.

The Square

The Square It is an Egyptian-American documentary that describes itself as “a fascinating and deeply humane chronicle of the Egyptian protest movement since the 2011 ouster of the military leader Hosni Mubarak until the overthrow of Mohammed Morsiin 2013″.

The documentary, directed by Jehane Noujaim, which is on Netflix premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival and won the World Film Audience Award in its category. The making offers an electrifying, everyman-level experience of the Arab Spring in Egypt, according to reviews read on Rotten Tomatoes.

athlete A

this documentary, athlete A, is a “wrenching but essential vision” realization, for critics on Rotten Tomatoes. The documentary follows the life stories of a group of gymnasts who suffered abuse from the USA Gymnastics doctor, Larry Nassar and how a group of journalists were able to bring these facts to light, which were part of a toxic culture that went unpunished for many years.

Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk are the directors of this 2020 production, which features the shocking testimonies of the women who were victims of what the filmmakers call “the predatory doctor.”

Strong Island

This documentary, which was released in 2017 and won a nomination for Oscar, explores the forces of “family, pain and discrimination”, according to the synopsis of Netflix. The production is structured around the painful case of the murder of the director’s brother, Yance Ford, and the investigation to find the culprits.

The crime of the young African American occurred in 1992 and opens for the maker of Strong Island a personal journey full of pain that the platform defined as “provocative” and “emotional” and was greeted with 100 points by the critics of Rotten Tomatoes.


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