The only movies with a perfect score on Netflix

Has it ever happened to you that you sit for hours in front of the television trying to choose a good movie on Netflix and find nothing? Sometimes this choice is complicated by the amount of content the platform has.

So that you can save valuable minutes of searching, here we will show you Netflix movies that have had a perfect score on the American reviews page ‘Rotten Tomatoes’a website written by specialists in the field of film and television.

Next, the most outstanding feature films.

‘Your House’ (2020)

It is a horror film that tells the story of a young African couple seeking refuge and a new life in England. However, they encounter a sinister force in their new home.

This film is written and directed by Remmi Weekes and is a feature film that critics say will take your breath away.

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The film has a lot to say about pain, guilt, assimilation, and the ongoing refugee crisis. And on top of all that, it’s also a witty edginess”, commented film critic Tim Grierson on ‘Rotten Tomatoes’.

For her part, the expert Meagan Navarro said: “It’s a solid debut for Weekes, who hits the nail on the essential part of a horror movie: horror.”

‘Crip Camp’ (2020)

‘Crip Camp’ is a documentary about the story behind the 1971 ‘Disability Revolution’, which began at a summer camp in New York City.

The story recounts how the campers became activists in the disability rights movement and helped shape a new path to equality.

The documentary premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, where it won the audience award. In addition, in the information of the film it can be seen that
the message of this production moved former President Barack Obama and his wifewho became executive producers.

On the website, critics describe it this way: “‘Crip Camp’ is the kind of documentary whose name circulates on must-see lists for months: it’s an inspiring true story, told in an accessible way.”

‘Rest in Peace, Dick Johnson’ (2020)

This is another American documentary directed by Kristen Johnson and co-written by Nels Bangerter.

This film, intimate and personal for the director, tells the story of his father, Richard, who suffers from dementia. In addition, it shows the last years of the man’s life, who is accompanied by his daughter.

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The film premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival and won the Special Jury Prize for Innovation in Nonfiction Storytelling.

“For those who have seen their loved ones fight a losing battle with Alzheimer’s, the film may seem unattractive, but the deeply compassionate and even optimistic tone de Johnson could be a balm for his mourning partners”, said the expert Tim Grierson.

‘The Square’ (2013)

It is an Egyptian and American documentary that shows the crisis in Egypt (2011-2014). It is directed by Jehane Noujaim.

The film premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival and won the World Film Audience Award in its category.

According to the ‘IDMB’ portal, at the 86th Academy Awards, it received a nomination in the category of Best Documentary Feature Film and won four Emmy Awards at the 66th ceremony.

“Noujaim’s film attests to how quickly the tears of joy in the streets gave way to sectarian discussions on the role of the army and fissures in promising alliances”, wrote expert Lisa Kennedy on ‘Rotten Tomatoes’.

‘Athlete A’ (2020)

this documentary tells the story of a group of female gymnasts who were abused by Larry Nassar, the ‘Usa Gymnastics’ doctorand how some journalists uncovered what was happening.

Directors Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk show the harrowing testimonies of the women who fell victim to Nassar.

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Critics on ‘Rotten Tomatoes’ say: “What’s surprising about the film’s tone is its redeeming warmth. Although the details are chilling, it is as if a cathartic space has been opened for these girls and their families to explain what they went through.”

Strong Island (2017)

According to the Netflix synopsis, this documentary released in 2017 shows “family, pain and discrimination.” It focuses on the murder of the director’s brother William Fors, a 24-year-old African-American professor in New York.

In the film you can see the pain of the relatives for the loss of William and how his closest friends got ahead.

It was released in 2017 and earned an Oscar nomination for the Best Documentary Feature Award. Additionally, it received the Gotham Independent Film Award for Best Documentary in 2017.

Critics on ‘Rotten Tomatoes’ describe her as: “Ford’s building blocks are familiar, but this isn’t a call-to-action movie or a practical guide to getting answers and moving on”.

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The only movies with a perfect score on Netflix