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25 Underrated Movies And TV Shows You Should Try Watching While Self Isolation

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25 Underrated Movies And TV Shows You Should Try Watching While Self Isolation

Here are some recommendations for you.

Is life starting to get unbearably boring? Well, it’s time to dugout shows and movies that might just worth your time to kill from Netflix. Here are 25 movies and shows that Greenlemon thinks worth your time.

1. Lost Girls (2020)

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Based on a true story. Desperate to find her missing daughter, a mother fights to uncover the truth and reveals a string of murder mystery.

2. 20th Century Women (2020)

Single bohemian mom in 1979 tried to raise his teen son with the help of two young women to share their life with him.

3. Snowpiercer (2013)

Based on a French graphic novel Le Transperceneige by Jacques Lob, Benjamin Legrand, and Jean-Marc Rochette, this tells about a post-apocalyptic world where the human race was eliminated from a failed experiment and only those aboard the Snowpiercer survived and fought. Directed by Bong Joon-ho, the same man behind ‘Parasite’ and stars Chris Evans.

4. Someone Great (2019)

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After a heartbreak, Jenny, a music journalist, decided to travel with her two closest friends to NYC.

5. Handsome Devil (2016)

Ned was a loner who got sent to a rugby-obsessed boarding school. Best yet, he’s in the same room with the star player and for once, he felt like he fit in.

6. The Fundamentals of Caring (2016)

Starring Paul Rudd whose life is in a rut and disabled Craig Roberts who is a disabled man, the latter was being cared for and later, taken to a road trip with. Oh, and there’s Dot, played by Selena Gomez.

7. The Silence (2019)

If you’re looking for something with ‘A Quiet Place’ vibe, this would be it. In a world infested with bat-like creatures that hunt on sound, this family drives out of town to find a safe haven.

8. The Spectacular Now (2013)

Romance, coming of age, party animal guy with a diligent, hardworking girl.

9. What Happened to Monday (2017)

The world restricts families to have only one child due to overpopulation. And then, there is this family of identical sextuplets… one of them is missing. Starring Noomi Rapace.

10. Freaks (2018)

Chloe has an overprotective father that doesn’t let her go out, so when the 7-year-old girl goes out, she learns all kinds of fascinating and dangerous things when it comes to ‘freaks’.

11. Zodiac (2007)

A detective wannabe who is also a cartoonist in the 70s was obsessed with and tracked down the Zodiac Killer, a murderer who was on a killing spree in Northern California. The cartoonist is played by Jake Gyllenhaal.

12. Adore (2013)

Two women who are childhood friends and neighbors fell in love with each other’s son.

13. Other People (2016)

A comedy writer who’s experiencing his own ‘slump’ and fresh from a breakup, returned to Sacramento to take care of her mom who has cancer.

14. Okja (2017)

A girl became a friend to Okja, a curious and fascinating creature. She fights hard to protect Okja from a multinational company with malicious intent.

15. Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C. J. Walker (2020)

This is a story based on the biography of the first African American woman who became a millionaire and built her hair-care empire.

16. Creeped Out (2017–present)

‘The Curious’, a creature that takes away the weird and magic. This is like ‘Black Mirror’ but with more children and less death.

17. Spinning Out (2020)

A woman who’s also an aspiring figure skating Olympic struggles to balance love, family and career while battling with her mental health.

18. Ripper Street (2012–2016)

On the street that was once inhabited by the legendary Jack the Ripper, it is up to this team to put law and order back in place.

19. Toy Boy (2019–present)

Man finally got his chance to prove his innocence after he was unfairly incarcerated 7 years ago.

20. Sick Note (2017–present)

Daniel Glass got addicted to the nice things people do for him when they thought he was going to die from a fatal disease. He kept lying about the misdiagnosis which led to more lies and eventually, crimes.

21. Glow (2017–present)

Glow follows the story of a group of professional wrestlers that consist of only women during the 80s in Los Angeles.

22. The Politician (2019–present)

Confident student Payton Hobart knows he’ll the President of the US since 7, but first, he has to tackle Saint Sebastian High School.

23. The Witcher (2019–present)

Dubbed as the most-watched series, the series follows Geralt of Rivia who’s a monster hunter as he tries to find a place where people act even less forgiving than the beasts he kills.

24. Sense8 (2015–2018)

This group of people is suddenly linked mentally despite existing in different places on earth. They struggle to survive from people who believe they are risks to the world’s order due to their newfound capability.

25. Baby (2018–present)

These Roman teenagers’ journey of self-discovery is an amazing series of a look into a different perspective in life.

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