Netflix has made significant progress in competing with major Hollywood movie studios over the past year, including the hits "Bird Box" and "The Christmas Chronicles," as well as the critically acclaimed favorites "The Ballad of Buster Scruggs" and "Roma." Also the Romcom revivals, like To All The Boys I've Loved Before and Set It Up, were extremely popular.

There is no doubt about it: Netflix is ​​one of the main forces in the film today.

In 2019, the streaming service is doubling its recent success with massive releases such as the recent releases of veteran filmmaker Martin Scorsese and Steven Soderbergh, as well as directing debuts of movie stars Amy Poehler and Chiwetel Ejiofor.

In addition, Timothée Chalamet and Robert Pattinson star in a new adaptation of Shakespeare's "Henry the IV" and "Henry the V," as well as Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, and Charlie Hunnam as US military veterinarians teaming to form one steal South American drug lord …

check-Out See our guide to all Netflix original movies released in 2019 below.


Friday, January 11th

The last laugh An aging agent persuades his comedian friend to go on tour again

Friday, January 18th

IO a post-apocalyptic drama in which some of the last survivors of the world (Anthony Mackie and Margaret Qualley) are looking for a way to save humanity

Shut down Noomi Rapace plays a bodyguard known as an anti-terrorism expert who is supposed to protect a young heiress

Fyre: The biggest party that has never happened A deep insight into the private island festival 2017, which got into chaos through bad planning

Friday, January 25th

Polar A retired murderer (Mads Mikkelsen) is called back into action when a group of young and unscrupulous murderers try to kill him


Friday, February 1st

Velvet Buzzsaw The biting satire of the LA art world meets with absurd horror as gallery owner (Jake Gyllenhaal) discovers that the paintings he sells come to life and murder their owners

Friday, February 8th

High flying bird Steven Soderbergh's latest film revolves around a sports agent (André Holland) in a dispute between the league and its players

Friday, 15th of February

The Breaker Upperers New Zealand comedy duo Madeleine Sami and Jackie van Beek are leading this critically acclaimed comedy about two spurned women who have started a business that is breaking people who make money

Friday, February 22nd

Paddleton An unlikely friendship between two neighbors (Ray Romano and Mark Duplass) begins when one of them is diagnosed with terminal cancer


Friday, March 1st

The boy who used the wind Chiwetel Ejiofor's directorial debut follows a thirteen-year-old boy in Malawi who is developing an unconventional method to save his village from starvation

Friday, March 15th

Triple limit Five military veterans (including Oscar Isaac, Ben Affleck and Charlie Hunnam) gather again to rob a South American drug lord

Friday, March 22nd

The dirt A biopic about the US rock band Mötley Crüe by Jackass director Jeff Tremaine

Friday, March 29th

The mugger Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson appear as retired police officers to chase down the murderous Bonnie & Clyde couple


Friday, April 7th

Unicorn Store In Brie Larson's directorial debut Larson and her compatriot Samuel L. Jackson play the lead role. The focus is on a woman who returns to her parents and is invited to a shop where she "tests her ideas about what it really means to grow up".

Friday, April 12th

The perfect date To all the boys I've loved Noah Centineo plays in this teen movie about a high school boy who creates a dating app that he can use as a boyfriend

Friday, April 19th

Someone great Gina Rodriguez plays an up-and-coming music journalist who, after a breakup, embarks on a big New York adventure with her best friends Erin (DeWanda Wise) and Blair (Brittany Snow).


Wednesday, May 1st

Beat the house down Celebrated documentary after four women – including 29-year-old Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez – in her political campaigns in the US

Friday, May 3rd

The last summer Teenage drama after a group of students during their last summer before leaving for the university

Everything in my family Documentary about a US immigrant in the dilemma of introducing his same-sex partner to his traditional parents and relatives in China

Friday, May 10th

wine country Amy Poehler's directorial debut brings together her classmate Maya Rudolph, Tina Fey, Rachel Dratch and Ana Gasteyer for their 50th birthday in Napa Valley

Friday, May 17th

See you yesterday Two Brooklyn teens are building makeshift time machines to prevent their brother from being killed by a police officer

Friday, May 24th

The perfection Allison Williams of Girls and Get Out has another horror about a musical prodigy looking for the new star pupil of her former school, and the encounter sends the two on a "dark path"

After Maria A short film about the life of Puerto Rican families currently living in FEMA hotels in New York City after the catastrophic hurricane in 2017

Edge of the world New action-adventure strip from McG (Charlie & # 39; s Angels), where four outsiders band together to save the world during an alien invasion

Friday, May 31st

Always be my maybe Two old friends (Ali Wong and Randall Park) join again after 15 years

Killer Ratings Documentary about a Brazilian television broadcaster


Friday, June 7th

I am a mother Sci-fi thriller about a robot named Mother (Rose Byrne), who is supposed to repopulate Earth after the extinction of humanity. Hilary Swank also plays the lead role of a stranger who arrives and brings the whole project into disrepute

The black godfather Documentary about the life and times of the pioneer Clarence Avant

Wednesday, June 12th

Rolling Thunder Review Martin Scorsese and Bob Dylan team up for a documentary / concert film hybrid

Friday, June 14th

thriller Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston play the lead role of a couple caught on a super yacht in a thriller

trinket Three high school misfits develop unlikely friendships after landing in the same anonymous shoplifting session

Wednesday, June 19th

beats A teenaged hip-hop prodigy and a high school security officer (Anthony Anderson) make an unlikely friendship

Friday, June 28th

wave Samuel L. Jackson returns as the title editor with the best title song of all time in this long-awaited sequel, although this time he plays the second fiddle to his son John Shaft Jr. (Jessie Usher)


Friday, August 2nd

miscellaneous Angela Bassett, Felicity Huffman and Patricia Arquette appear as mothers traveling to New York to reunite with their adult sons on Mother's Day

Further movies for 2019 announced

The Irishman Crime drama by Martin Scorsese with old favorites Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Joe Pesci and Harvey Keitel

Six Underground The latest action movie by Michael Bay is Ryan Reynolds

A Christmas prince: the royal baby A baby is traveling in Aldovia. By coincidence, on time for Christmas

In the shadow of the moon Dexter's Michael C Hall plays a major role in this thriller about a detective who seeks to track down a mysterious serial killer who appears every nine years

The king Adaptation of Shakespeare's Henry the IV and Henry the V with Robert Pattinson and Timothée Chalamet

Great girl Coming-of-age comedy about a two-meter-tall girl who's in high school

The knight before Christmas After last year's The Princess Switch, Vanessa Hudgens returns to Netflix with a time-traveling medieval knight in this equally absurd holiday romance

Broken Sam Worthington lists this psycho-thriller about a man in despair as his family mysteriously disappears

In the high grass Horror about a brother and a sister who are literally lost in a tall grass field

Eli A boy with an autoimmune disease discovers that the house he's in is not as safe as he thought

Klaus A fresh, animated recording of the origins of Santa Claus by the writer / director of Despicable Me. Speakers include Rashida Jones, Jason Schwartzman and JK Simmons

girl A 15-year-old transgender girl dreams of becoming a professional ballerina

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