5 great movies to stream this weekend on Netflix

The weather outside may be frightful, so curl up with a blanket on the couch and watch some of the best movies on Netflix.

Baby, it may be cold outside, but there's plenty of warmth and comfort on your own couch. Grab the popcorn and blankets and snuggle up to watch [VIDEO] five movies this weekend, available for streaming on Netflix right now.

There's romance, anime, animated fun [VIDEO] and more films available on Netflix, as listed below.

1

'The Lobster' (2016)

Rachel Weisz and Colin Farrell star in this unusual sci-fi/love story, set in a near-future world where single people are hunted and are forced to fall in love within 45 days or end up as an animal and banished. Farrell’s character lives with his dog, that used to be his brother.

2

'Christmas With a View' (2018)

Insider describes this Christmas film as being so bad you just can’t look away, but at least there is Christmas romance in here somewhere. The story is about a restaurant manager at a ski resort who is reeling from a business failure. She finds her world drastically changed by her new chef. Add this to the list of movies that are so terrible, they have a strange attraction.

3

'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. II' (2017)

This animated film features the Guardians of the Galaxy, a wisecracking group of miscreants, fighting to keep their new family together as they unravel mysteries of “Star Lord” Peter Quill’s true parentage.

4

'Neo Yokio: Pink Christmas'

This Netflix Original anime Christmas special features a fantasy version of New York with a scoreboard which ranks the city’s eligible bachelors. Netflix describes it as singing the “me muse” as an elegant bachelor has battled demons, but celebrates Christmas in “Neo Yokio.”

5

'The Duchess' (2008)

Starring Keira Knightley, this period drama tells the story of an 18th-central aristocrat, Duchess of Devonshire Georgiana, who is one of Princess Diana’s ancestors. To make up for her unhappy marriage, Georgiana Spencer starts a scandalous affair with Charles Grey, a politician.

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