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Most Uplifting & Inspiring Movies On Netflix, And Beyond

Inspirational Movies On Netflix, etc.

Although there are a lot of so-called best movies on Netflix right now, if you want to watch something uplifting & incredibly good that's streaming on Netflix. Right now. Here's a round-up of suggestions from amateur movie critics:

Moana & Inside Out (animated)

If you're into animated movies and haven't seen Moana it's amazing, so is Inside Out

- Moana on wikipedia, rated 7.6 stars on IMDB
- Inside Out, rated 8.2 stars on IMDB, trailer (below)

August Rush

 Have you seen "August Rush"? A bit corny but super'll really like it!

We Speak Dance

Parks and Recreation 💗

Parks and rec is 5000 candles in the wind.

The Kindness Diaries

Check out “The Kindness Diaries” on Netflix

Jane The Virgin

Jane the Virgin!!! BEST SHOW!

Not Black Mirror.

Treasures from the WRECK of the unbelievable. Watch it!

Dave Chappelle 

Chappelle was very uplifting actually. Deep social commentary hidden in that vulgar comedy


"Lion," if you don't mind crying through the sad parts, and crying at the joyful parts.


 Parenthood is a great series. I think it’s on Netflix. Very heartfelt.

Runners-Up, Below!
  •  The Fosters
  •  Easy, Love, New Girl
  • Unbreakable
  • She's gotta have it
  •  Marvelous Mrs. Masel! ...although it's on Amazon Prime.


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