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The Top 10 Movies on Netflix in October 2019

Recently, launching of Apple TV+ and Disney+ has become accessible to public for extra entertainment. Following, Netflix announced that it would release several movies throughout October 2019 for all movie fans. The movies include new releases and block buster movies from the past years. Here in this article, we have listed the top 10 Movies on Netflix in October 2019.

List of Top 10 Movies on Netflix in this October 2019

1. Taxi Driver:

Paul Schrader wrote Taxi Driver about Martin Scorsese’s career story through Travis Bickle. After the Vietnam War, Bickle was discharged from military without any honour leaving him bankrupt.

Bickle was forced to work as a taxi driver working long hours throughout nights causing insomnia. This makes Bickle insane prompting him to plot killings of his two nocturnal associates. One is a presidential candidate and the other is a pimp of an underage prostitute.

Cast: Travis Bickle (Robert De Niro); Supporting Actors (Albert Brooks, Cybil Shepard, Harvey Keitel, and Peter Boyle and Jodie Foster).

2. Heathers:

Daniel Waters wrote Heathers’ story about a hilarious black comedy from Michael Lehmann produced in 1980s. Heathers film is classified as a coming-of-age story. Despite others disapproval, Heather likes Veronica, a member of most popular high school group.

When Veronica was with her new boyfriend, J.D. rebelled, confronted and poisoned Heather Chandler. Thereafter, J.D. made the murder appear as suicide. When Veronica realised, she managed to prevent J.D. from further killings.

Cast: Veronica (Winona Ryder); J.D. (Christian Slater); Heather Chandler (Kim Walker).

3. Obvious Child:

Obvious Child, the best movies of 2014s, is one of Movies on Netflix in October 2019. Gillian Robespierre is the director and Jenny Slate enacts the leading role. The story is about Donna Stern, a comedian in a club in the New York City. In her comedy club’s bathroom, Donna is dumped by her boyfriend. He leaves with one of her best friends. Donna drinks heavily and bombs at her following sets.

Donna meets Max and they start drinking and having a romantic relationship without taking any birth-control. Soon, Donna discovers that she is pregnant and decides to go for abortion. Donna ran into Max and struggled to inform him about the awaiting abortion. Things became difficult when Max claimed his desire to become a grandfather in future.

Cast: Max (Jake Lacy)

4. The Graduate:

Mike Nichols wrote and directed this entertaining movie in 1967s. Movies on Netflix in October 2019 comprises of this film about the 21-year-old Benjamin Braddock. He has recently graduated from college. Yet, Braddock is clueless as to what he wants or where to go in life. He finds himself seduced by an older woman named Mrs. Robinson. She is a bored housewife and a friend of his parents. Braddock finds it fun until he realises he is in love with Mrs. Robinson’s daughter, Elaine.

Cast: Benjamin Braddock (Dustin Hoffman); Mrs. Robinson (Anne Bancroft); Elaine (Katharine Ross).

5. Rachel Getting Married:

Jonathan Demme released Rachel Getting Married, a modern classic film. Kym, a drug addict, is released from the rehab to attend her sister Rachel’s wedding. Kym’s behaviour causes tension within her family. Ignoring everything, Rachel finalises the preparation of her marriage to Sidney, a musician. When the father tries mending the situation, the family goes through emotional pressure and tragedy.

Cast: Kym (Anne Hathaway).

6. Trainspotting:

Director Danny Boyle made Trainspotting the best films based on novel “Trainspotting” by Irvine Welsh. The story is about heroin addict named Mark Renton while he gets clean. He faces pressures from friends namely Begbie, Sick Boy, Spud, and Tommy. Mark meets a girl named Dianne who is under age and that horrifies him.

The story follows Mark’s relapse and continued efforts of getting clean. Also, his past from Edinburgh and London follow him.

Cast: Mark Renton (Ewan McGregor); Diane (Kelly Macdonald)

7. The Squid and the Whale:

Noah Baumbach released this movie in the 2005s. This semi-autobiographical film shows divorce of Bernard and Joan through the eyes of their two children. Walt likes the idea of his dad’s new fling. Meanwhile, the younger brother, Frank supports his mother who is seeing his tennis coach.

Cast: Bernard (Jeff Daniels); Joan (Laura Linney); Walt (Jesse Eisenberg); Frank (Owen Kline); Tennis coach (William Baldwin).

8. Inglourious Basterds:

The story of this movie is based on two assassination attempts against Hitler during the World War II. Directed by Tarantino, the film is a comedy. Allied officer, Lt. Aldo Raine assembles a team of Jewish soldiers for violent acts against Nazis. He and his men join forces with bridget von Hammersmark, a German actress and undercover agent.

Together they bring down the leaders of the Third Reich. Their fates depend on Shosanna Dreyfus, the theatre owner, revenging the Nazis’ execution of her family.

Cast: Lt. Aldo Raine (Brad Pitt); Hans Landa (Christoph Waltz)

9. Burning:

One of the best 2018s films is also one of the Movies on Netflix in October 2019. This film is a South Korean psychological drama mystery. Famous Japanese writer, Haruki Murakami wrote “Barn Burning”, a short story. The movie is about a young man named Lee Jong-Soo who does odd jobs in Paju. While working, Lee meets Shin Hae-mi, a girl who lived in his neighbourhood as children.

They meet and have a relationship. When Hae-mi goes out of town, she requested Lee to watch her cat.  On returning from a trip to Africa, she introduced Ben whom she had met. Ben gave the impression of an average playboy. But, gradually Ben showed having a dark and mysterious nature.

Cast: Ben (Steven Yeun)

10. Moonlight:

Best Picture Award winner (2016), Moonlight is one of Movies on Netflix in October 2019.

Director Barry Jenkins made this based on unpublished, semi-autobiographical play In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue.The story is about Chiron Harris’ life including childhood, adolescence and adulthood. While growing up in Miami, Chiron Harris faces poverty, mother’s drug abuse, and his own sexuality.

Cast: Actors playing Chiron (Alex Hibbert, Ashton Sanders, and Trevante Rhodes). Supporting Actors (Naomie Harris, Janelle Monae, Mahershala Ali).

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