Netflix List for The Indecisive


Nothing is better than being able to wake up in the morning to make yourself some ridiculously sugary cereal to bring to bed for some “Netflix and Chill” time.

If you’re anything like me, deciding on one series to binge watch is one of the hardest decisions in your daily life. (Tragic, I know). There’s too many options! Do I feel like watching something super dramatic and crying all day? Or do I feel like getting into gore and action to long for a more extreme life? I mean, honestly, it’s too damn hard to decide on one. As a result, the Netflix session begins with movies rated lower than they should be. To bring justice to the fantastic films I’ve watched, I’ve made a list for you avid Netflix bingers;

  • How I live Now; This is one of the films that strongly shows character changes and expresses possible drastic changes within the economic world. The main character is a young girl that travels from The U.S to the countryside of London to visit her cousins she’s never met before on her father’s behalf. (Mega daddy issues). Even though everything about where she starts to live is beautiful, it takes awhile for her to start enjoying it until she begins to fall in love. Everything is super chill and uplifting and finally things begin to look up for her, until signs of World War Three start to appear..
  • Short Term 12; In the mood to have your heart ripped into a million pieces? This is just the Indie film for you! Follow the lives of two caretakers of children who are in-and-out of the adoption system. While you observe how passionate the two characters are about caring about the children, you start to see how greatly their experiences working start to unravel truths about the characters selves. Experience the enjoyment of watching the two understand their own suppressed emotions while trying to build an okay relationship with life..
  • Silver Linings Playbook; Starring the beautiful Jennifer Lawrence and incredibly dreamy Bradley Cooper, the film lives up to the expectations of how great the novel was. This is a story about a man and a woman who are both a little crazy in their own way  trying to better themselves. When they collide worlds, things get interesting. Watching two crazy people trying to convince the other that they’re the crazy one isn’t just entertaining, but it also turns into a bit of romance. Which is always great. I promise you that this movie will inspire you to be more positive in life and will absolutely make you laugh at the irony of it as well.
  • Stonehearst Asylum; In the mood for something incredibly dark? Well, friend, it doesn’t get any darker than this. When it comes to horror and thrillers, there are key aspects that must be there to make it really great without making it look cheap. Not only is the cast filled with your favorite great actors and actresses, the filming and scenery totally helps make the film reach to its full potential. The plot is dark with many twists that are sure to make you drop “The F-bomb” a couple of times. I highly encourage you to watch this if you’re into the Victorian look and scary, bald antagonists that are sure to make you cringe with fear and possible anger.
  • My Girl; This is a classic film from 1991 that I’m sure many of you readers have watched but for those who haven’t, you’re missing out! This is a story about a young girl who and her incredible bond with her best friend (who may or may not have a crush on her). Aside from the movies main idea being friendship, it also shows the process of her understanding death and bits and pieces of puberty , being a morticians daughter without a mother. The story of her and even the ending itself will leave you speechless.
  • Stuck in Love; A story of a novelist who’s convinced that his ex-wife is going to come back to him and his two children. His son experiences young love with a broken girl as his older sister, who is convinced that love isn’t what it’s cut out to be, starts to do what she always told herself not to do; fall in love. Yes, I know, it sounds cheesy but it’s incredibly inspiring.
  • Why Stop Now; Starring Jesse Eisenberg, a pianist prodigy who spends most of his time trying to help his cocaine-addict mother keep her life together only to try to subconsciously avoid making himself happy. It’s sure to make you laugh but the simple meaning behind it all will also surely make your heart sting.
Well, good luck trying not to cry.

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