It’s a common misconception that most of the top-grossing movies on the iTunes App Store are actually on Apple devices, with the exception of the likes of Furious 7 and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, but it’s true that a majority of the best movies on Netflix are now available on Android devices, too.
Here’s what we know about the best Android movies, in no particular order.1.
The Good: “Titanic” (1997)While many fans of this summer’s Titanic movie will no doubt be disappointed to see the film made available on a new platform, it’s worth noting that this was a film that didn’t really fit on a smartphone platform, thanks to a lengthy, expensive production and a lackluster release.
But while there was no reason to expect this film to ever get a full release on a mobile device, it is still an interesting experiment to see how it would have turned out had the filmmakers been able to adapt it to the platform.
Netflix could have given a few more tweaks, like adding more scenes, and even had the movie include more of the original film, but this could have made for a better experience.2.
The Bad: “A Christmas Story” (2002)While it’s impossible to ignore the success of this holiday movie, it has a lot of critics who feel it could have been much better.
The original, released on DVD in 2001, is an amazing experience, and is a favorite among many, but the inclusion of a “holiday” movie was a mistake, according to some critics.
If you want to watch this film on Netflix, you might be able to find it on some other streaming services, like Amazon Video, Hulu, or HBO Now.
Netflix should have included a bit more of this Christmas special on DVD, or at least removed the theatrical release altogether, instead of just a re-release.3.
The Ugly: “The Great Gatsby” (1934)While “Gatsby,” which is widely considered to be one of the greatest movies of all time, is still one of my favorite films, it may not be the best choice for Netflix.
The movie, released in 1937, is generally considered to have some of the worst dialogue in the history of cinema, including a line that was so offensive to so many people that the film’s director, George Cukor, sued the studio and won.
The film was a hit with audiences, but unfortunately, many people were offended by the way the movie was written.4.
The Not-So-Good: “Ghostbusters” (1984)This sequel to the 1983 Ghostbusters reboot is still considered one of cinema’s greatest and most controversial sequels, and it’s hard to imagine that any movie this decade could have garnered more negative reviews.
The sequel was made for TV, and many critics felt it was a bit of a waste of time and money, and that its focus on sex and violence were the reason it failed to reach the critical and commercial success that its predecessor had.
The studio should have spent some money on new content and marketing, but ultimately, Ghostbusters failed because of a decision that the original filmmakers didn’t make.5.
The Stolen Christmas: “Star Wars: The Phantom Menace” (1983)While this is probably one of only two movies on this list that has a good chance of being released on Netflix this year, it still comes with a number of issues.
It’s one of many “reboot” movies that have been made for the platform, and some fans have complained that the movie’s ending was too similar to the ending of Return of the Jedi, the first film in the Star Wars franchise.
While that is certainly a possibility, there is also the possibility that the director of the film, James Cameron, would have liked to have a standalone Star Wars film released on a different platform.
It would have been a shame if that never happened.6.
The Terrible: “Jaws” (1975)The classic horror film Jaws is a classic, beloved film, and rightfully so.
Unfortunately, the film suffers from many of the same issues that many other popular films on the App Store have, and the filmmakers behind this film were very unhappy with the end result.
While Jaws was a cult classic and arguably one of those movies that deserves a chance on Netflix at some point, it seems like the studio should not have attempted to adapt this film at all.
The filmmakers of Jaws felt that the filmmakers didn.
If Netflix is interested in releasing the film on a platform like Android, it might be best to focus on adding more dialogue and improving the story.7.
The Terrifying: “Black Panther” (2018)While not a true sequel, the Black Panther movie is