Netflix’s catalog just got a whole lot better.
In recent weeks, a slew of A24 films quietly became available on the streaming service. A24, which got off to a small start in 2013 with movies including “Spring Breakers” and “The Spectacular Now,” started gaining some momentum in 2015 with the release of the groundbreaking sci-fi thriller “Ex Machina” starring Oscar Isaac, Domnhall Gleeson, and Alicia Vikander.
Now, A24 boasts a poetic 24 Academy Awards.
Its first came in 2016 with Brie Larson’s best actress win for “Room.” A year later, it dominated the 2017 ceremony with multiple awards including best picture and best director for “Moonlight.” In 2018, Greta Gerwig’s “Lady Bird” was nominated in major categories including best picture, but did not win. While these aren’t on Netflix (they’re exclusive to Amazon Prime), the A24 films on Netflix show how the company got so good at what its doing in such a short period.
2018 is still a hot year for A24, with the recent release of the critically acclaimed “Eighth Grade” directed by comedian Bo Burnham. Later this year, it will release “Mid90s,” Jonah Hill’s directorial debut.
Here is a list of all 26 A24 movies you can watch on Netflix, including “Spring Breakers” and “Ex Machina,” along with their Rotten Tomatoes scores: