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The 18 best movies on Hulu that you can stream right now


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Hulu offers a growing collection of movies to stream.

Hulu features a growing collection of movies spanning all genres, including some original films.
Standout releases include “Nomadland” which won best picture at the 2021 Oscars.

Hulu costs $6 a month for ad-supported streaming, or $12 a month for ad-free streaming.

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Though Hulu originally launched as a platform aimed at bringing TV series to streamers, over the years it’s built a sizable movie catalog, with an estimated total of around 2,500 films across genres.

If you don’t have Hulu yet, the ad-supported plan is one of the most affordable streaming services on the market at $6 a month, or you can upgrade to the ad-free option – which we think is well worth it – for $12 a month. For those who want even more content, Hulu is available as a bundle with Disney Plus and ESPN+ for $14 a month.

Each tier gives you access to Hulu’s entire movie catalog as well as the platform’s entire collection of shows. The Hulu app is available on most smart TVs, streaming devices, smartphones, and web browsers.

If you’re looking for something to watch on Hulu, here are our recommendations for some of the best movies you can stream right now. Our selection features a mix of recent releases and classics across genres, ensuring that all viewing needs are accounted for. All of the movies we’ve selected are categorized as fresh by critics on the review-aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes.

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Frances McDormand in “Nomadland.”

‘Nomadland’ (2020)

This 2021 Oscar winner for best picture was also one of the top winners at the 2021 Golden Globes. “Nomadland” focuses on a woman searching for work on the road as she encounters other travelers across the country. “Nomadland” is directed by Chloé Zhao and stars Frances McDormand. 

‘Parasite’ (2019)

Winner of the 2020 Academy Award for best picture, “Parasite” deals heavily with social and economic themes related to class. The dark satire centers on a poor family, the Kims, who are in need of work. When the Kims trick a wealthy family into hiring them all for various jobs, it looks as if their money problems are solved. But complications arise that could reveal the family’s con.

“Parasite” comes from director Bong Joon Ho (“Snowpiercer”) and is presented on Hulu with its original Korean audio mix. English and Spanish subtitle options are available.

‘Babyteeth’ (2019)

Director Shannon Murphy’s debut film tells the story of Milla, a teenager fighting cancer, who meets …read more

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