15 Black Movies on Netflix You Need to Watch

Looking for a great black movie to watch on Netflix? Look no further! We have compiled a list of 10 black movies that you need to watch. These films are both entertaining and thought-provoking, and will keep you entertained for hours on end. So sit back, relax, and enjoy some of the best black movies that Netflix has to offer!

The Players Club [1998]

Diana Armstrong is a single mother who takes to the stage at an exclusive gentlemen’s club in order make it easier for her child and herself. But staying on track with all that goes down inside this place isn’t easy, especially when you’re juggling between Ebony (her new stripping cousin) and Dolla Bill (the club’s owner).

Death At a Funeral [2010]

The worst day of Aaron’s life is coming and he has to prepare for it. The whole family will be there, but things are not going smoothly with just a little sibling rivalry between two brothers who both want their father remembered as the best man ever; some meddlesome members trying out different procedures on how they think this memorial should go down in order (or not); plus an unknown stranger that might hold all these secrets… or maybe something else entirely

First Sunday [2008]

Durell and Lee Johannes face a big problem – they have to come up with $17,000 in one week or Durell will no longer be able see his son. The goofy scoundrels embark on an adventurers quest that leads them across town where crooked cops force the two into committing armed robbery at St Melvin’s Church before making their way back home once more; however this mission is proving trickier than expected when it turns out somebody equally disreputable was already has hands inside of church funds… Now these criminals must trace money flow back its source which proves difficult considering every dollars replaces another few hundred gone missing already!

The Harder They Fall [2021]

When the gangster finds out his enemy is being released from prison, he reunites with old friends to seek revenge.

Django Unchained [2012]

Jamie Foxx stars in this story as Django. He is caught up with a German bounty hunter, Dr. King Schultz who takes him on a mission to capture two brothers wanted dead or alive – but when they succeed it isn’t without consequences! The pair go from separately hunting criminals all over America’s south-towns; togetherness brings them closer than ever before… until their journey together lands them at plantation where Jamie finds not only his lost wife (Kerry Washington) still living there but also Leonardo DiCaprio playing Calvin Candie himself.

John Q [2002]

John Q. was a hard-working man who had everything he needed to take care of his nine year old son; but when the boy’s medical insurance refused to cover any costs for surgery and no alternative government aid exists, John knew something needed done quickly before it becomes too late…

Soul Plane [2004]

After winning an expensive settlement payout following his dog’s death, Nashawn (Kevin Hart) sets out onto entrepreneurship by making the flying experience better for African-Americans.

Seven Seconds [2018]

The death of 15-year old black cyclist Brenton Butler leads to racial tension in Jersey City. This crime drama explores the aftermath, which includes an attempted cover up by police department and a volatile trial.

When They See Us [2019]

The Central Park Five were five young people from New York City who maintained their innocence and spent years fighting the convictions, hoping to be exonerated. This limited series spans a quarter of century: starting with them being first questioned about it in 1989 until they won an injustice case against city government where all charges had been dropped for errors within patrol procedures which led directly back onto theirs – finally receiving payment as part settlement reached two years ago!

Lee Daniels: The Butler

When Forest Whitaker was younger, he left the South and found employment at an elite hotel in D.C., but it wasn’t long before his luck changed drastically when given a chance to be part of history by becoming one its most famous suitemates: The White House’s very own Butler! Over thirty years pass with him providing many moments that would go down under floorboards or behind closed doors .

Malcom and Marie [2021]

Starring Zendaya and John David Washington, Malcolm & Marie is a black-and-white film about a couple who are dealing with the aftermath of their relationship. The film explores love, loss, and what it means to be in a committed relationship.

Takers [2010]

When a former associate arrives with an ambitious plan to rob the bank, it is too tempting for Gordon’s men and they end up on collision course against Russian mobsters.

True Story [2021]

A tour stop becomes a matter of life and death for an up-and-coming comic when the fallout from one night with his brother threatens to destroy everything he’s built.

Project Power [2020]

When a former soldier teams up with an inexperienced cop to find the source behind these dangerous pills that provide temporary, unpredictable superpowers… they must work together quickly before it’s too late.

Four Brothers [2005]

When Fionnula Flanagan is murdered in a botched holdup, four of her now-grown adopted children suspect that it was no random killing. Rising musician Jack (Garrett Hedlund), former marine Angel (Tyrese Gibson), hotheaded hockey player Bobby (Mark Wahlberg) and settled down husband Jeremiah (André Benjamin) go on the hunt for neighborhood criminal kingpin Victor Sweet while being trailed themselves by local beat cops across Detroit’s inner city landscape.

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