5 Netflix Movies Worth Binge-Watching this Cozy Winter Weekend



5 Netflix Movies Worth Binge-Watching this Cozy Winter Weekend

The winter is on the horizon, are you not ready to embrace the cold? So, there is nothing quite like covering yourself with a blanket and having a list of movies to keep you warm and cozy. With respect to this, here are 5 movies that we have selected on Netflix that will make you help to pass you through the day. 

1. Where Harry Met Sally

When Harry Met Sally is one of the  iconic movies of the late 80s, wherein, friendship slowly turns into love. So, if you’re into a mix of friendship, romance, and fun-driven movie, it will definitely keep you hooked for the entire duration of the movie.

2. All the Bright Places

The lead roles in this movie have been taken up by Elle Fanning and Justice Smith, who plays the role of a moody couple Violet Markey and Theodore Finch. Based on the novel by Jennifer Niven, the movie highlights the story in such a way that viewers of any age can relate themselves with. The movie comes up with themes of mental illness, death, and grief.  However, the positive ending wherein, they find love and light at the end of what seems like an impossible journey.

3. Lost Girls

A movie talks about the movie about a mother who pieces together the mystery surrounding her daughter’s murder. The movie’s director Liz Garbus, who is an award-winning documentary filmmaker has taken a narrative approach to true-crime material. Amy Ryan and Thomasin McKenzie are playing the lead roles and have totally justified their role to the most.

4. The Kissing Booth 2

As a sequel to 2018's The Kissing Booth, this new sequel highlights a storyline of a high school senior Elle is trying to maintain a long-distance relationship with her boyfriend Noah. However, the college projects, and a new friendship with a handsome classmate might change everything for the distant lovers. The film has been directed by Vince Marcello, from a screenplay by Marcello and Jay Arnold.

5. The Half of it

The Half of it, written and directed by Alice Wu, The Half Of It is based on Wu's own experiences growing up as a lesbian in the Chinese-American community. The movie highlights a side of love where everything doesn’t happen exactly according to what one wants. However, the ending teases a hopeful future for Ellie and Aster somewhere down the road.