The artists behind your favorite Netflix Films take you behind the scenes and into their creative process with a full-length audio commentary track.
Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery with Writer Director Rian Johnson
Join Rian Johnson for a spoiler-filled director's commentary of his smash hit film, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery.
The Half Of It with Writer Director Alice Wu
The Half Of It writer/director Alice Wu joins Netflix's Marya E. Gates to do a (spoiler-filled) director's commentary on her new film, a coming-of-age tale about a young Chinese-American queer teen.
All the Bright Places with Director Brett Haley and Screenwriter Liz Hannah
All the Bright Places director Brett Haley and screenwriter Liz Hannah join Netflix's Marya E. Gates to do a (spoiler-filled) director's commentary on the film adaptation of Jennifer Niven's beloved young adult novel.
Dolemite Is My Name with director Craig Brewer and writers Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski
Dolemite Is My Name director Craig Brewer and screenwriters Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski join Netflix's Marya E. Gates to do a (spoiler-filled) director's commentary on the film.
Secret Obsession with Peter Sullivan
Secret Obsession director and co-writer Peter Sullivan joins Netflix's Marya E. Gates to do a (spoiler-filled) director's commentary on the film.
The Knight Before Christmas with Monika Mitchell
The Knight Before Christmas director Monika Mitchell joins Netflix's Marya E. Gates to do a (spoiler-filled) director's commentary on the film.
I love someone great I think it’s the greatest most millennial, most fantastic thing of our generation!! To hear this and get a lot of her intentions and the improv. A👏🏼MAZ👏🏼ING👏🏼
Amazing!! Someone Great is my favorite movie so this was so interesting to me! Great job I loved it !! ❤️❤️❤️
So relatable in so many different ways! I silently non-stop cried at the end when she was on the train, writing her heart out 💔 My husband looked at me and was like “oh no, you’re crying,” and I couldn’t put it into words, just shook my head. Reading the reviews/comments of the few bad apples that think it was a bad movie, clearly haven’t been through a long enough of a relationship post teens/college and pre-30s.