Top 10 Movies to stream on Netflix in December


Ten best Movies on Netflix

Planning a movie marathon? You can’t go wrong with Netflix of Australia. The streaming giant has a huge selection of titles, with something for everyone. From heartwarming flicks to action-packed blockbusters to classic movies everyone should see, Netflix knows how to keep its movie buff subscribers coming back for more.

It can be rather overwhelming to browse through Netflix’s extensive library of which movies to watch. This is exactly why we’ve compiled the 10 best movies to stream this December, to help you get your Netflix and chill on without wasting any more time spent in unending browsing. This month, we’re seeing a perfect combination of a little bit of everything, including action, thriller, comedy, romance, as well as something sweet, coming-of-age stories, and even horror. So get your popcorn ready and browse through our top 10 movies for December available on Netflix.

#1 How It Ends

This Netflix original movie is an apocalyptic action thriller that finds a man racing against time, alongside his father-in-law, to find his pregnant girlfriend, who happens to be thousands of miles away. Starring Theo James, Kat Graham, and Forest Whitaker. 

#2 The Fast and the Furious

An undercover police enters the world of street racing to find out who’s stealing expensive equipment by hijacking moving trucks. He ends up getting more entangled into the situation than ever, possibly threatening the whole investigation. Starring Paul Walker, Vin Diesel, and Michelle Rodriguez. 

#3 Father of the Year

A drunken debate and between two recenet college grads about whose father would win in a fight. Surpringly enough, their dads took this challenge seriously and mayhem ensues. Starring David Spade and Nat Faxon. 

#4 Tau

A young woman finds herself kidnapped by an inventor who’s keen on making her his test subject to perfect his robotic AI. She uses her street smarts to fight back and escape the high-tech prison. Starring Maika Monroe, Ed Skrein, and Gary Oldman.

#5 Set It Up

Two overworked and underpaid secretaries come together to form a plan of setting their bosses up with each other — in order to get them off their backs. Starring Lucy Liu, Taye Diggs, Zoey Deutch, and Glen Powell.

#6 The Warning

This Spanish Netflix original film tells the story of Jon, who after his friend got shot, finds a mathematical pattern behind the deaths that occurred at the same location. He uses these findings to warn the next victim. Starring Raul Arevalo, Aura Garrido, and Hugo Arbues. 

#7 Practical Magic

Sisters Sally and Gillian Owens was born into a magical family but have opted to avoid practicing witchcraft themselves. When an unfortunate event occurs, they give themselves a crash course in hard magic — which doesn’t turn out so well and, in fact, may even threated to end their family line. Starring Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman. 

#8 Horrible Bosses 2

The trio of friends Nick, Dale, and Kurt decide to go into businesses for themselves. Trouble arises when a potential investor appears and ends up stealing their idea and leaving them in debt. Their only plan of action? To kidnap the guy and use the ransom to pay off their loans. Starring Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis, Charlie Day, Chris Pine, and Jennifer Aniston. 

#9 Step Up 3D

Two tight-knit dancers join forces with a New York University freshman to form a group of dancers, who would battle it out at a high-stakes showdown against the world’s best hip-hop dancers. Starring Adam G. Sevani, Rick Malambri, Sharni Vinson, and Alyson Stoner. 

#10 Extinction

A family man, plagued by dreams of an alien invastion, wakes up to face his worst nightmare when an extraterrestrial force begins exterminating life on Earth. Starring Michael Pena and Lizzy Caplan. 

Netflix constantly refreshes its movie library, adding both new and classic titles on a regular basis. Even if you watch a couple movies every night you won’t be able to burn through the entire collection anytime soon. And yet, the movies above are so good that one viewing just won’t be enough. You’ll want to watch them over and over again.