If you feel like you've exhausted your Netflix watch list and library, the good news is several more movies are being added very shortly.
Over New Year's Eve and New Year's Day, a big range of movies are being added, including various titles that were only released in the last year.
Family classics, action movies, and documentaries are all among the mix. It all just depends on what you're in the mood for.
Here's what on the way.
Turbo - 1 Jan
Ryan Reynolds voices a snail that dreams of being a racer. An accident involving a Chevrolet Camaro gives the little guy a chance to accomplish his dream.
The Borrowers - 1 Jan
This '90s classic based on the children's novel by Mary Norton is remembered fondly by a certain generation. It's a whimsical family movie in the slapstick tone of 'Home Alone' that's worth introducing to the next generation.
Valiant - 1 Jan
'Valient' follows a group of war pigeons during World War II. It is inspired by the true stories of the contributions of numerous pigeons in the effort of the war.
Around the World in 80 Days - 1 Jan
The remake of the 1956 Best Picture Oscar winner is led by Jackie Chan, Steve Coogan and Cécile de France. Plenty of familiar faces show up in the action-adventure-comedy, including Kathy Bates, Arnold Schwarzenegger, John Cleese, Will Forte, Macy Gray, and Luke and Owen Wilson.
100% Wolf - 31 Dec
Freddy is heir to his family line of werewolves, but when his first "warfing" goes wrong, he turns into a poodle. Perfect for little ones.
My Sister's Keeper - 1 Jan
This one is for a slightly more mature family, and stars Cameron Diaz and Abigail Breslin. It sees a girl cut ties and attempt to see medical emancipation from her parents who rely on her to help keep their other leukemia-stricken daughter alive.
Abe - 31 Dec
A 12-year-old boy from Brooklyn cooks in order to unite his half Israeli and half Palestinian family. Noah Schnapp (Will from 'Stranger Things') leads the cast.
ACTION & HORROR MOVIES
Dredd - 1 Jan
Starring Karl Urban and based on the hit comic series, 'Dredd' takes place in a dystopian future where police rules as judge, jury and executioner. Violent, but very cool.
Shoot 'Em Up - 1 Jan
This completely bonkers movie will recall such cult classics as 'Drive Angry' or 'Crank' in its adrenaline-fused action. Clive Owen plays the hero, who after delivering a baby during a shootout, has to protect the child from assassination (wonder if 'The Mandalorian' took notes...).
Part horror, part black comedy, and part social commentary, 'Spree' features a fantastic lead performance from 'Stranger Things' star Joe Keery. He plays a self-proclaimed social media influencer who uses his job as a “Spree” rideshare driver to spice his content up, with events turning increasingly psychotic and violent.
Described as a Jewish horror movie, 'The Vigil' follows a young man who has left his Jewish Orthodox community, but is convinced to act as "shomer", who supervises a dead body, for a night. Alone apart from the departed man’s widow, he starts to experience strange and increasingly frightening visions.
The Minimalists: Less is Now - 1 Jan
Reads the official synopsis for the Netflix doc: "They've built a movement out of minimalism. Longtime friends Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus share how our lives can be better with less."
Roger Waters: The Wall - 1 Jan
If you're looking for a concert movie to ring in New Year's, 'Roger Water: The Wall' could be just the ticket. It captures performances of the Pink Floyd frontman's live tour, and is largely inspired by the tour surrounding his 1979 album.
Semi-Pro - 1 Jan
This is one of Will Ferrell's lesser known comedies, but if you're in the mood for something dumb and funny, it ticks the box. Ferrell plays a former basketball player and coach who attempts to lead his team to win the NBA title.
All About Nina - 1 Jan
Starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead in the title role, 'All About Nina' follows a stand-up comedian who rules the stage, but can barely hold it together behind the scenes. Things are looking up, however, when she meets Rafe (Common).
NEW, CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED TITLES
'Savage' is inspired by stories from New Zealand’s notorious boy’s homes and the early history of New Zealand gangs. It follows Danny across three different stages of his life as he is pushed from and pulled towards his family, and from gang life.
Les Misérables - 31 Dec
Not to be confused with the musical, 'Les Misérables' draws from the 2005 riots in Paris. A recent transplant to the impoverished suburb of Montfermeil joins the local anti-crime squad, but struggles to maintain order amidst the rising tensions between local gangs.
Babyteeth - 31 Dec
Eliza Scanlen (who audiences may recognise from 'Little Women') plays the lead of this much acclaimed, award-winning indie darling. Scanlen plays Milla, a seriously ill teenager, who falls in love with a drug dealer, much to her parents' horror.
Proxima - 31 Dec
'Proxima' may recall the Netflix series 'Away' for audiences. The movie stars Eva Green as an astronaut prepping for a one-year mission aboard the International Space Station, which will take her away from her eight-year-old daughter.
Bridget (Kelly O’Sullivan) jumps at the opportunity to get a job as a nanny to six-year-old Frances (Ramona Edith Williams). She has been going through some pretty big life decisions of late and finds herself increasingly involved in Frances’ family.