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There’s a lot to look forward to.
Netflix is dropping 17 new original movies in March 2019, and that’s not even counting the dozens of other new shows and licensed titles that will land on the service over the course of the month. It’s almost too much to keep track of. While the majority of those Netflix Originals are international titles, there are some major new releases you should know about. Here are all of the new movies on Netflix you should know about, including a few you can already watch this weekend.
New movies to watch on Netflix in March 2019
High Flying Bird tells the story of a sports agent caught in the crosshairs of an NBA lockout who tries to end it on his own. A strong script from Moonlight screenwriter Tarell Alvin McCraney and a leading performance from André Holland make this potentially insider story compelling, and the film takes on the NBA’s long history of exploiting Black athletes in the process. —Michelle Jaworski
Paddleton follows Andy and Michael, two best friends who must grapple with Michael’s diagnosis of terminal cancer. The two men stick to their routine, which includes watching kung fu movies and playing their made-up game called Paddleton. Mark Duplass and Ray Romano give terrific performances in the leading roles, capturing what it means to be a friend, even if their characters have a hard time expressing themselves. Paddleton is a small, intimate movie that’s both funny and sad without ever becoming overly sentimental. —Eddie Strait
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3) Paris Is Us
Elisabeth Vogler’s Paris Is Us follows Anna, a young Parisian woman in search of reality, authentic experiences, and anything that will tether her to people and the world. Feeling an increasing sense of isolation, Anna questions everything about reality, from everyday experiences down to whether she’s just living in a simulation. Vogler shoots the film with a floating, fluid camera that creates indelible imagery and puts you in Anna’s headspace. It’s an immersive and unique experience. —Eddie Strait
Netflix honors a World War II hero and photographer Francisco Boix in its newly acquired Spanish film, The Photographer of Mauthausen. The film, which follows Boix as he attempts to smuggle photos that incriminate the Nazi party of war treason while in the Mauthausen concentration camp, is predictably dark, somber, and incredibly difficult to watch—but an essential film about the Holocaust and the importance of upholding the truth. —Tess Cagle
5) The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind (March 1)
If you’re looking for a feel-good movie, try The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind, the remarkable true story of William Kamkwamba (Maxwell Simba), a 13-year-old boy who reads about wind turbines in the library and attempts to build one from scrap parts to save his rural village in Malawi. It’s based on his 2009 memoir and serves as the directorial debut of lead actor Chiwetel Ejiofor.
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6) Juanita (March 8)
Alfre Woodard stars as a grandmother so desperate to get her mojo back and find some meaning she boards a Greyhound to Butte, Montana—and doesn’t look back.
7) Walk. Ride. Rodeo. (March 8)
Rodeo barrel racer Amberley Snyder was paralyzed from the waist down in a car accident at 19. She wasn’t supposed to walk again, let alone ride, but those familiar with her story know she doesn’t let that stop her from getting back in the saddle—literally.
8) Triple Frontier (March 13)
Oscar Isaac. Ben Affleck. Charlie Hunnam. Garrett Hedlund. Pedro Pascal. A violent cartel. A heist. This is blockbuster entertainment headed straight to your small screens.
9) The Dirt (March 22)
Nothing epitomizes sex, drugs, and rock & roll like The Dirt, Mötley Crüe’s absolutely filthy tell-all about their exploits along Sunset Strip. The book gets the biopic treatment it’s long-deserved courtesy of Jackass‘ Jeff Tremaine and a loaded cast (pun intended) that includes Machine Gun Kelly, Pete Davidson, and more.
10) The Highwaymen (March 29)
You know the story of Bonnie and Clyde. But The Highwaymen flips the script, recounting their crimes and exploits from the perspective of the Texas Rangers (Woody Harrelson and Kevin Costner) who tracked them down. There aren’t many Westerns on Netflix, so this biopic makes for a welcomed addition.
New international movies on Netflix
Most of the new movies on Netflix in March 2019 are international titles, and a few look like they have a lot of potential. Here’s what you have to look forward to, with blurbs by Audra Schroeder pulled from our guide to Netflix release dates for 2019.
1) Budapest (March 1)
Two friends take on a job as bachelor party planners.
River’s Edge (March 1)
A teen drama from Japan, set in the early ’90s.
3) Your Son (March 1)
A surgeon seeks revenge on his son’s attackers.
4) Lady J (March 8)
A wealthy widow seeks revenge.
5) Burn Out (March 15)
A man uses his motorcycle to run drugs and clear debts in this French thriller.
6) Dry Martina (March 15)
A naval special forces unit in Malaysia sees a hijacking by one of its own.
7) Girl (March 15)
A transgender teen follows her dream of becoming a ballerina.
8) Paskal (March 15)
A naval special forces unit in Malaysia sees a hijacking by one of its own.
9) Mirage (March 22)
A woman messes with the space-time continuum in this Spanish thriller.
10) 15 August (March 29)
Bollywood actress Madhuri Dixit produces her first film.
11) Bayoneta (March 29)
A retired boxer gets back in the ring.
What’s new on Netflix in March 2019
Still not sure what to watch? Here’s the full list of what’s new on Netflix in March 2019.
A Clockwork Orange
Budapest (FR)– NETFLIX FILM
Cricket Fever: Mumbai Indians– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Disney’s Saving Mr. Banks
Larva Island: Season 2–NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Losers– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Music and Lyrics
Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist
Northern Rescue– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
River’s Edge (JP)– NETFLIX FILM
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind– NETFLIX FILM
The Hurt Locker
Wet Hot American Summer
Your Son (ES)– NETFLIX FILM
Romance is a Bonus Book (Korea) (Streaming Every Saturday)– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj: Volume 2 (Streaming Every Sunday)– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Disney’s Christopher Robin
Secret City: Under the Eagle: Season 2– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
The Order– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
After Life– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Bangkok Love Stories: Hey You!– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Bangkok Love Stories: Innocence–NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Formula 1: Drive to Survive– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Hunter X Hunter (2011): Seasons 1-3
Immortals– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Lady J (FR)– NETFLIX FILM
Shadow– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams
The Jane Austen Book Club
Walk. Ride. Rodeo.– NETFLIX FILM
Jimmy Carr: The Best of Ultimate Gold Greatest Hits– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Terrace House: Opening New Doors: Part 6– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Triple Frontier– NETFLIX FILM
Arrested Development: Season 5 B– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Burn Out (FR)– NETFLIX FILM
Dry Martina (AR)– NETFLIX FILM
Girl (BE)– NETFLIX FILM
If I Hadn’t Met You– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Kung Fu Hustle
Las muñecas de la mafia: Season 2– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Love, Death & Robots– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Paskal (MY)– NETFLIX FILM
Queer Eye: Season 3– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Robozuna: Season 2– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
The Lives of Others
Turn Up Charlie– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
YooHoo to the Rescue– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Green Door– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Amy Schumer Growing– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Antoine Griezmann: The Making of a Legend– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Carlo & Malik–NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Charlie’s Colorforms City– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Delhi Crime– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Historia de un crimen: Colosio– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Mirage (ES)– NETFLIX FILM
Most Beautiful Thing– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
ReMastered: The Miami Showband Massacre– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Selling Sunset– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
The Dirt–NETFLIX FILM
Nate Bargatze: The Tennessee Kid– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Ainori Love Wagon: Asian Journey: Season 2– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
15 August (IN)– NETFLIX FILM
Bayoneta (MX)– NETFLIX FILM
Santa Clarita Diet: Season 3– NETFLIX ORIGINAL.
The Highwaymen– NETFLIX FILM
The Legend of Cocaine Island– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Traitors– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Tucker and Dale vs. Evil
How to Get Away with Murder: Season 5
El sabor de las margaritas– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
The Burial of Kojo
Trailer Park Boys: The Animated Series– NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Austin Powell is the managing editor of the Daily Dot. His work focuses on the intersection of entertainment and technology. He previously served as a music columnist for the Austin Chronicle and is the co-author of The Austin Chronicle Music Anthology.