4 Of The Highest Grossing Movies You Can Watch on Netflix
While following the crowd is not always what it is cracked up to be, when it comes to entertainment it can make sense. That is why, the next time you find yourself browsing through Netflix unable to make a choice, you should take a look at some of the following movies. These rank among the highest-grossing films that you can find on Netflix’s catalog, hopefully meaning you are guaranteed a good time!
Despite being a disaster movie of the most generic kind, 2012 manages to sit high up on the list of high-grossing films. It follows the story of scientists who discover that, essentially, the world is about to end as we know it. Follow their journey through natural disasters that become rife as they try and escape the impending end of the world. A bit cliché at times, but a good watch if you are looking for a disaster film.
If you like your movie nights to be different, then watch this tremendous Chinese flick. It follows the mythology of Nezha, a demonic being, and how it came to be. It is an interesting movie and one that ties into the culture and mythology which it came from. Good fun, and definitely something that you can enjoy as you sit back and learn about a very interesting and unique story within the rich world of Chinese mythology.
The Wandering Earth
This action movie is based on the Liu Cixin novel and is based in the distant future. A group of astronauts is in the year 2061, fighting to save Earth. The sun is growing, and it means the planet is at risk. The astronauts set off on a mission to try and find a solution to keep our planet – and its people – safe. A very enjoyable watch, if a little bit predictable at times. Tense, fun, and relatively unique given the genre.
The original is almost always the best, and Steven Spielberg’s classic dino-romp is the ideal example of this. The 1993 movie is the one that set the whole series in motion. Even with the improved effects and budgets of today, though, nothing matches the wonderment and drama of the original. Definitely a great movie, and one that can easily keep up with the book that it is based on – a surprising rarity within the world of cinema.