The 10 most popular movies on Netflix today, March 1

Tyler Perry, A Homecoming Madea

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Netflix’s Top 10 Daily Movies chart for Tuesday, March 1 is a mix of kid-friendly stuff, not-for-kid stuff, and French stuff. Number 1 is A Madea Homecoming by Tyler Perry, which brings the popular character to the biggest streaming service in the world for his first Netflix Original. Number 2 is a French thriller Restlessthat is to say, as you say, full of action. No. 3 and No. 4 are Despicable Me movies, which are leaving Netflix at the end of the month. The gripping but uneven true-crime documentary The Tinder scammer completes the top 5.

But which of Netflix’s Top 10 Most Popular Movies are worth watching? We’re breaking down the entire list of Netflix’s top 10 movies and walking you through what to eat and what to skip. We do the same for Netflix’s Top 10 TV Shows, as well as the overall Netflix Top 10 list. We also have recommendations for the 50 best movies on Netflix and the 50 best TV shows on Netflix to watch right now.

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Based on Netflix’s Top 10 Movies for Tuesday, March 1

For fans of: Madea, Beyoncé’s references | Is it good?: It’s pure stupidity, but we must respect Perry’s commitment

As of this film, there are 12 installments in the MCU. Oh, sorry, not this MCU; I meant the Do one cinematic universe, all of which of course revolve around Tyler Perry’s signature character. In Back home, Madea brings her family together to celebrate her great-grandson’s college graduation, but secrets are revealed that threaten to destroy the reunion. Perry claimed he would retire Madea in 2019 after A Madea family funeraland we saw how well it fit, so I feel like this isn’t the last time we’ll see her. (Yesterday’s ranking: 1)

For fans of: cop vs cop crime | Is it good?: You will be interested

In this French action thriller, a corrupt cop covers up a murder, only to see his life spiral out of control when he is threatened and blackmailed by a same Continued corrupt cop. There are literally no good guys here! (Yesterday’s ranking: 2)

For fans of: Those annoying little Minions | Is it good?: Kids and adults who post Minion memes on Facebook love it

The first one Despicable Me was about a villain learning to love his three adopted daughters, and its sequel is about him trying to give up a villainous life so he can devote all his time to them. Cute! This film contains two must-see phenomena of 2013: the Minions and the song “Happy” by Pharrell Williams. (Yesterday’s ranking: 3)

For fans of: These little golden Minions | Is it good?: Yeah, there are fun things for the whole family

The Minions were the stars of this film, which is about Gru, a Steve Carell-voiced supervillain who adopts a trio of orphaned girls as part of his plan to steal the moon. But he ends up loving them. Awww! If I could be a Minion, I would be Stuart. (Yesterday’s ranking: 5)

For fans of: Scammers, dating app nightmares | Is it good?: It’s worth it, but it’s not “the only one”

Tinder is already a hell of lies and despair, but for some women it’s even worse. The Tinder scammer follows the story of a con man who wooed women with extravagant trips and stays in five-star hotels, but ended up taking all their money to trick subsequent women with the same luxury. Using interviews with several of his victims, The Tinder scammer paints a picture of a sociopath whose sole purpose was to take and get ahead, granting himself a lavish life while the debt fell on the women who believed his lies. It’s a gripping story, if not a perfect documentary. (Yesterday’s ranking: 4)

For fans of: Bill Murray, the classic comic pair of a grumpy old man and an impressionable kid | Is it good?: Yeah

Bill Murray stars in this much-loved sentimental dramedy as a grumpy Vietnam veteran who drinks, smokes, gambles and cares for his wife with Alzheimer’s disease. When a single mother (Melissa McCarthy) and her sensitive 12-year-old son (Jaeden Martell) move in next door, Vincent takes a liking to the child and teaches him how to get by in this cruel world. If you like Bill Murray at his Bill Murrayest, you’ll like this. (Yesterday’s ranking: 6)

For fans of: Texas, chainsaws, restarts | Is it good?: Maybe you should watch it just to see how bad it is

The long-running slasher franchise is once again revived, and this time Leatherface takes on influencers. When a group of wealthy, idealistic young people arrive in the devastated town of Harlow, Texas intent on gentrifying it, they quickly learn that a family of chainsaw-wielding maniacs have no plans to let that happen. It’s somehow even worse than it sounds. Neither the confused, half-baked social commentary, nor the Halloween The 2018-influenced revival of an original character adds something to the film. If someone asked for a new Chainsaw Massacre movie, they weren’t asking for that. (Yesterday’s ranking: 7)

For fans of: Documentaries about corruption, righteous anger | Is it good?: Absoutely

This important documentary chronicles how pressure from Wall Street and a negligent corporate culture led aircraft manufacturer Boeing to release a dangerous aircraft, the 737 MAX, which resulted in two crashes and 346 deaths in space from a few months in 2018. and 2019. It is an American story of greed and corporate misdeeds and the search for justice, as the family members of the victims take on one of the largest corporations in the world. world. If you feel like getting angry, this doc will do it. (Yesterday’s ranking: 10)

What to Watch in the Overall Netflix Top 10

For fans of: Kevin JamesFootball | Is it good?: Nope

Kevin James plays New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton in this sports comedy about how Payton coached his son’s Pop Warner team during a one-year suspension from the NFL. The weirdest part about this movie is the fact that it tries to make an inspirational family movie out of, uh, pretty dark reason why Payton was suspended in the first place. (Yesterday’s ranking: 8)

For fans of: Chris Hemsworth not amazed | Is it good?: it was misunderstood at the time, but it’s actually excellent

The great Michael Mann directs this action thriller about a hacker (Chris Hemsworth) who gets out of prison to help a team of American and Chinese agents track down a cyberterrorist. (Yesterday’s ranking: 9)

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