10 Shows On Netflix To Watch Now That You're Stuck At Home
1/10 My Neighbour Totoro
Sisters Satsuki and Mei meet an unlikely companion in the form of a giant (and adorable) woodland spirit as they adjust to rural life of gardening and meeting new friends in the village.
2/10 Breakfast At Tiffany’s
Here are five reasons to relive this classic (for those who haven't seen it, what better time than now?):
- The iconic scene in front of Tiffany & Co. boutique in New York.
- The rebirth of the little black dress.
- A young George Peppard.
- Its Oscar-nominated screenplay adapted from Truman Capote's novella.
- Audrey Hepburn sealing her status as an international fashion icon.
3/10 Pitch Perfect 3
The third sequel finds the Bellas reuniting for the USO tour. Listen out for Britney Spears' Toxic, Kelly Clarkson's Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You), George Michael's Freedom! '90 and Elle King's Ex's & Oh's. DJ Khaled also makes a cameo.
Deception, mystery and betrayal – and all during a school week! The cult-favourite Spanish teen drama returns with a new season and yet another murder.
5/10 Spirited Away
The first Academy-Award winning movie from Studio Ghibli is a tale of surviving in an unfamiliar world of spirits, dragons and witches.
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6/10 Pete Davidson: Alive From New York
The recurring Saturday Night Live comedian gets personal and honest about his past relationship with pop star, Ariana Grande, and struggling with addiction in this revealing comedy special.
7/10 RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 12
Reading? Bacon? Bar Queen? Much like the entertaining lip-sync battles and awe-inspiring DIY fashion, the reality competition educates us on an array of colourful drag phrases.
8/10 Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind
In a rare quiet performance, Jim Carrey stars alongside Kate Winslet in this sci-fi comedy about journeying through the human brain while memories of a past romance are being erased.
9/10 All The Bright Places
Based on the best-selling young adult novel by Jennifer Niven, Violet Markey (Elle Fanning) and Theodore Finch (Justice Smith) are an unlikely duo. They work together on a school project that challenges their relationship, and in the process revealing the scars of their pasts.
10/10 Love Is Blind
This popular reality competition begs the question: Can you fall in love with a person without meeting face-to-face? This intriguing and shocking experiment culminates in a runaway bride and cheating scandals.
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