It’s not all doom and gloom for Netflix, though.
The company has been steadily expanding its offerings in the wake of the pandemic.
Here are our picks for the best Netflix pandemic films.
The Big Bang Theory The Big Bitch Aussie film set in a Sydney suburb during the 2009-10 financial crisis.
The film follows a young couple, who move to the suburbs and have to contend with the high cost of living.
It’s a comedy with a good cast and a strong script.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 (movie) The second film in the Mockingjee trilogy, The Hunger Game: Mockery is set in the aftermath of the 2009 financial crisis and the war on terror.
It follows a group of students and a wealthy man who are recruited by a military contractor to steal a powerful artifact from an ancient city.
It has a solid script and a great cast, but it’s not for everyone.
The Walking Dead (series) The series of films set in post-apocalyptic New York City has a huge fan base thanks to its gripping story and compelling characters.
The series is also a great film for binge watching, which is the ultimate way to enjoy the movie on Netflix.
The Lego Movie (movie series) The Lego movie series has a loyal fanbase thanks to a solid plot and solid acting.
It also has a stellar cast.
Watch the movies and read the blog to see which one you love best.
Get ready to get sick and tired of this pandemic season.
The Dark Knight Rises (movie trilogy) Set in the year 2037, The Dark and Terrible, Dark Knight Returns takes us to Gotham City.
Batman fights crime in a modern-day Gotham City and takes on a new group of bad guys.
It features a great story line and a cast that is as diverse as its audience.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (movie/TV series) In this film trilogy, J.K. Rowling’s The Hobbit trilogy continues with an epic quest for Middle Earth.
In this new version of the epic, Bilbo Baggins and Frodo Baggins embark on an epic journey to save Middle Earth from Sauron.
The films are also fantastic for binge viewing.
You’ll be in a good mood from the moment you pick them up.