Stuck home due to Coronavirus? Here’s 10 Netflix recommendations

Captain Fantastic Viggo Mortensen is a father raising his 6 kids off the grid deep in the wilderness. When his wife falls ill they’re forced to reintegrate with society. Charming, eccentric family/coming of age story with an oscar nominated lead performance #quarantineandchill

Good Time. After a botched bank robbery lands his disabled younger brother in prison, Connie Nikas (Robert Pattinson) embarks on a twisted odyssey through New York City’s underworld to get his brother Nick out of jail. Grungy, frenetic, a hell of a thriller #quarantineandchill

Okja. Caught the Bong Joon-ho bug after Parasite? Okja is a fantastical story about a young girl trying to rescue her magical pet from a bloodthirsty corporation. A sweet film with a message that will punch you right in the feels #quarantineandchill

Mid90s. Jonah Hill wrote and directed this coming of age story set in California in, you guessed it, the mid 90’s. A 13 year old boy escapes a troubled home life by joining older kids in the skateboarding scene. Heartfelt, nostalgic but adult #quarantineandchill

Thunder Road. The first 10 minutes of Jim Cummings film about a cop having a breakdown are a masterclass in awkward comedy. The following picture is a smart balance between clever comedy and affecting drama #quarantineandchill

You Were Never Really Here. Joaquin Phoenix gives a blisteringly violent performance as an enforcer hired to rescue a kidnapped girl whilst also battling his own PTSD. ‘Taken’ but done seriously. #quarantineandchill

Fruitvale Station. The first collaboration between Ryan Coogler and Michael B Jordan before the huge success of Creed and Black Panther. A powerful film based on the true story of the death of a young african american man at the hands of the police #quarantineandchill

Atlantics. Winner of the Grand Jury Prize at the 2019 Cannes film festival. An atmospheric romance set in Senegal it tackles relationships, class struggle, post-imperialism and the refugee crisis with just a hint of the supernatural #quarantineandchill

Blue Ruin. A drifter returns home after many years away to exact brutally violent revenge on the family who wronged him. A smart, stripped back thriller that’ll keep you on the edge of your seat #quarantineandchill

Girl. A Flemish language film based on the true story of a transgender teenage girl who dreamed of being a ballet dancer. Beautiful dance sequences clash with emotional scenes about body dysmorphia. #quarantineandchill

@JamesGunn

@NetflixUK

I hope our list does you proud. Happy streaming homebodies! #QuarantineAndChill#coronavirus

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