The Highest Rated April 2018 Releases On Netflix Canada

Only Rotten Tomato approved.

Like a closet full of beautiful clothes with nothing to wear, it can be common to click on your TV at the end of a long day of work let out a long sigh of frustration claiming that "there's nothing good on Netflix anymore".

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Let's stay optimistic my friends! As you may have already seen, we recently wrote about all the new releases Canadian Netflix has to offer for the month of April 2018. And the list is LONG. This will definitely help you solve the all-to-common "what should we watch tonight" issue.

The list is so long we want to help narrow it down for you even more, and only selecting those titles that ranked highest on Rotten Tomatoes and giving you a taste of all of them below.

10.  The Boss Baby: Back in Business: Season 1

Rotten Tomato Score: 100%

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Why you should watch it: This is the TV series version of the animated film Boss Baby. For those who love animated films this one is not just for kids.

9.  Ash vs. Evil Dead: Season 2

Rotten Tomato Score: 99%

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Why you should watch it: Thirty years after the events of Evil Dead, Ash - a social recluse, is still unable to come to terms with the events that unfolded at the cabin.

8. The Florida Project

Rotten Tomato Score: 96%

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Why you should watch it: The film follows a mischevious young girl over the course of a summer as she looks for trouble in her neighbouhood of southern florida.

7. 6 Balloons

Rotten Tomato Score: 93%

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Why you should watch it: This story follow a pair of unlikely siblings as a woman played by actor Abbi Jacobson attempts to help her brother during a heroin relapse.

6.  The Nice Guys

Rotten Tomato Score: 92%

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Why you should watch it: Set in the 1970s this story follows a pair of detectives as they investigate a mysterious death of a porn star and missing girl.

5.  Ice Guardians

Rotten Tomato Score: 89%

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Why you should watch it: This sports documentary investigates on-ice enforcers and their struggle to rise through the professional ranks of the world's most prestigious hockey league.

4.  Pride & Prejudice

Rotten Tomato Score: 89%

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Why you should watch it: This is an early 2000s modern day Romeo and Juliette love story starring Kiera Knightly who falls for a man way out of her cast. A classic and must-see.

3. Liar Liar

Rotten Tomato Score: 81%

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Why you should watch it: This classic 90s movie tackles a deep philospohical quesiton: what if we were not able to lie. The result is a hilarious film which has gone down in the history of American comedies.

2.  My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman

Rotten Tomato Score: 81%

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Why you should watch it: This series is simple, it's about David Letterman doing what he does best. Interviewing successful people he finds facinating.

1.  The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale

Rotten Tomato Score: 81%

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Why you should watch it: An unscripted show hosted by Joel McHale, taking an absurdist look at today's pop culture from news sources around the world.

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Michelle Cadieux Born and raised Montrealer. Psychology graduate. Meme-lover.