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50 Best Movies on Netflix Canada

50 Best Movies on Netflix Canada

Looking for the best movies to binge-watch on Netflix Canada this March 2024?

From rom coms to action flicks, Netflix always have a great selection of films to binge-watch.

Although they do have a lot of bad movies (*ahem* The Princess Switch and Secret Obsession), there are a lot more good ones.

I spend a lot of time watching TV shows and movies, usually in the background of whatever I’m doing – it’s just nice to have background noise, whether I’m cooking or doing work!

Here are the best movies on Netflix Canada to binge-watch by genre, in my personal opinion.

I’ve seen all of these movies multiple times (some maybe dozens), which is why they’re my favourites!

Be sure to also follow me on Instagram and TikTok – I share a lot more content on those platforms that don’t make it to the blog!

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If you’re looking for more things to watch on streaming services in Canada, check out my other posts on shows and movies:

How does Netflix Canada work?

You might already know that Netflix offers different content depending on your country, but I’ve listed movies that are available on Netflix Canada.

Plans for Netflix Canada start at $9.99 a month, and you can stream content across most devices with wifi capabilities, such as your TV, phone, and tablet.

Prices for Netflix Canada:

  • Basic plan – $9.99 a month for 1 device
  • Standard plan – $16.49 a month for 2 devices
  • Premium plan – $20.99 a month for 4 devices

If you have the basic plan, you can only stream Netflix Canada on one device at a time, and if you have the standard or premium plans, you can stream on multiple devices at once.

The standard or premium plan is ideal for families or friends who share the same account!

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Best movies on Netflix Canada to binge-watch

Best comedy movies on Netflix Canada

Catch Me If You Can (2002)

Catch Me If You Can is one of my favourite films of all-time – it’s incredible seeing how intelligent people can be.

Con artist Frank Abagnale progressively gets bolder and bolder with his scams, faking everything from his degrees to cheques.

All the while, he gets chased by an FBI agent named Carl Hanratty.

The movie is actually based on a true story, which is amazing!

Young Leo is of course nice to watch, and Tom Hanks is his co-star.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

The Devil Wears Prada (2006)

A college grad aspiring to be a journalist becomes an assistant to Miranda Priestly, one of New York City’s biggest magazine editors.

The Devil Wears Prada is a classic rom-com that never gets old, and I think I love it more watching it as an adult!

Anne Hathaway, Meryl Streep, Emily Blunt, and Stanley Tucci all star in The Devil Wears Prada.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Miss Congeniality franchise (2000 & 2005)

A female FBI agent goes undercover as a contestant at the Miss United States pageant, but she prides herself in being “one of the boys” and is horrified at the idea of becoming a girly girl.

Sandra Bullock is absolutely adorable and hilarious in Miss Congeniality.

You can watch both the first and second movie on Netflix Canada!

2 films available on Netflix, watch the trailers for the first and second movies

Click (2006)

If you’re in for laughs and tears, then you should definitely watch Click.

Adam Sandler plays a workaholic architect who comes across a mysterious remote that lets him rewind and fast-forward parts of his life.

The remote begins to malfunction, and he starts to lose control of his life.

I watched this movie a bazillion times with my family, and I think I even still have the DVD.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

17 Again (2009)

Mike O’Donnell gave up his dream of becoming a basketball star to marry his high school sweetheart and raise their child, but he regrets his life choices as a middle-aged man.

One day his wish to become 17 again gets granted, and he has a chance to relive his youth again and redo the choices he made.

If you haven’t already seen this movie, Zac Efron plays the young Mike O’Donnell!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

21 Jump Street (2012)

After two cops join the secret Jump Street unit, they use their youthful appearances to go undercover as high school students.

They realize high school is nothing like when they went years ago, and they have to once again confront the teenage terror and anxiety they thought they’d left behind.

Channing Tatum, Jonah Hill, Dave Franco, Brie Larson, and Ice Cube all star in 21 Jump Street!

There’s also a sequel called 22 Jump Street, but it’s not on Netflix.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Rush Hour franchise (1998-2007)

This hilarious franchise stars Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker as two cops who go on a series of misadventures involving corrupt crime figures in Hong Kong and Los Angeles.

You can watch all three movies of the franchise on Netflix, and there’s actually a fourth movie coming out in 2024!

3 films available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Superbad (2007)

Three friends are invited to a house party, and they spend a whole day trying to score enough alcohol to impress the girls they like and kickstart their sex lives before college.

Jonah Hill, Michael Cera, Seth Rogen, Emma Stone, and Christopher Mintz-Plasse all star in this hilarious coming-of-age teen comedy!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Hustlers (2019)

Destiny works as a stripper to make ends meet, taking care of her daughter and grandmother.

She meets Ramona, a veteran exotic dancer, who shows her how to swindle money from rich clients.

Hustlers is based on a true story that’s actually very fascinating!

Jennifer Lopez, Constance Wu, Lili Reinhart, and Cardi B are all part of the cast.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Best romance movies on Netflix Canada

The Notebook (2004)

Every single day, Duke reads the story of Noah and Allie to Ms. Hamilton, a woman with dementia.

The Notebook is another movie that makes me cry every single time I watch it, no matter how many times I’ve seen it.

It’s a really beautiful movie, and definitely a classic!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Pretty Woman (1990)

A wealthy businessman hires a prostitute to spend a weekend with him, and they end up falling in love.

Pretty Woman is one of my most favourite movies of all-time, and it stars Julia Roberts and Richard Gere!

I actually watched it for the first time while in university, and I think I watched it five times that year because I loved it so much.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Friends with Benefits (2011)

Jamie, a headhunter, recruits Dylan to work as an art director at GQ in New York City.

Fed up with relationships, they decide to become friends with benefits, and things get complicated.

Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake star in this one, and they’re a great duo!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Dirty Dancing (1987)

Nobody puts baby in a corner.

Dirty Dancing is a classic romance film, and you’ll love it even if you’re not really into dance movies.

While vacationing with her family at a resort, Frances falls in love with a dance instructor, and her father diapproves.

There’s an episode about Dirty Dancing on the Netflix docu-series The Movies That Made Us, and it really makes you appreciate the film so much more.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Someone Great (2019)

Although Someone Great is a rom-com, I’d say it’s more about love in friendships than romantic love.

After Jenny and her long-term boyfriend break up, she and her two best friends go on one last adventure around New York City together before she leaves for her dream job in San Francisco.

The soundtrack is great, the cast is great, the storyline is great – everything about this movie is great.

It’s now one of my favourite rom coms of all-time – I think I watched it 3 times in the same week the first time I saw it!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

He’s Just Not That into You (2009)

He’s Just Not That into You is a cute rom-com that follows several different people and their love (or heartbreak) stories, and they all connect together somehow.

It’s a star-studded cast with the likes of Jennifer Aniston, Drew Barrymore, and so many other awesome actors and actresses.

New Year’s Eve is another similar movie where it follows a bunch of different people who are connected!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

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Best drama movies on Netflix Canada

The Shawshank Redemption (1994)

A successful banker gets arrested for the murders of his wife and her lover, and is sentenced to life in prison at the Shawshank prison.

The Shawshank Redemption is a classic movie, and it’s actually based on a Stephen King novel!

Morgan Freeman stars in Shawshank.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

The Blind Side (2009)

The Blind Side is based on the true and heartwarming story of Michael Oher and his adoptive family, the Tuohy family.

Michael comes from an impoverished upbringing, and his life turns around for the better when he gets adopted by the Tuohys.

He ends up being drafted into the NHL!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

The Impossible (2012)

While enjoying their winter vacation in Thailand, a family of 5 are separated when a horrifying tsunami strikes.

The Impossible is actually based on a true story of a real family, which is so crazy.

Naomi Watts, Ewan McGregor, and Tom Holland all star in the movie!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Molly’s Game (2017)

Molly’s Game is another biographical drama, and it’s based on Molly Bloom’s memoir of the same name.

In her twenties, Molly Bloom ran the most exclusive underground poker game in the world for celebrities and the mafia, and she eventually gets caught by the FBI.

It’s so incredible watching how smart this woman is, especially seeing as she was on her way to becoming an Olympic skier (until an injury forced her to quit) before all this went down.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Room (2015)

Held captive for years in an enclosed space, a young woman and her son, who was born in captivity, finally gain their freedom.

Room is a heartbreaking story based on a novel inspired by the horrible Fritzl case.

Brie Larson and Jacob Tremblay both star in the film, and they’re both incredible actors.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Blue Bayou (2021)

A Korean adoptee raised in a small Louisiana town struggles to make a better life for his pregnant wife and stepdaughter.

After facing deportation from the only country he’s ever called home, he has to face the ghosts of his past.

Blue Bayou is an incredible and extremely emotional film, so be sure to have a box of tissues on-hand.

I was crying throughout the movie and literally ugly sobbing by the end.

Fun fact: the actor who plays Eric from Twilight, Justin Chon, is the writer, director, and star of Blue Bayou!

Alicia Vikander, who plays Lara Croft in the latest Tomb Raider movies, is his co-star.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Boogie (2021)

Alfred “Boogie” Chin is a high school basketball star living in Queens, New York, with dreams of one day playing in the NBA.

He navigates his parents pressuring him to earn a scholarship to an elite college, a new girlfriend, high school, and on-court rivals.

Eddie Huang wrote, directed, and starred in Boogie, and it’s actually inspired by some of his own life experiences!

1 film available on Crave, watch the trailer

Pieces of a Woman - Netflix movie
Photo by Netflix

Pieces of a Woman (2020)

Pieces of a Woman is a heartbreaking drama about a young couple who go through a traumatic home birth.

Both Vanessa Kirby and Shia LaBeouf give incredible performances – the film is incredibly heartbreaking.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

The White Tiger (2021)

Balram Halwai becomes a driver for a prestigious Indian family and uses his wit to escape from poverty.

Priyanka Chopra stars in The White Tiger, and it’s based on a novel of the same name!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Unforgivable - Netflix movie
Photo by Netflix

The Unforgivable (2021)

Ex-convict Ruth Slater tries to reconnect with her much younger sister, who she was separated from after spending two decades in prison.

Sandra Bullock, Viola Davis, and Jon Bernthal all star in The Unforgivable.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019)

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is an alternate history film featuring some real life characters.

Formerly a 1950s western star, Rick tries to make it again in Hollywood in the year 1969.

He spends most of his time alongside his friend and stunt double, Cliff.

Meanwhile, living next door to Rick are Sharon Tate and Roman Polanski.

If you like this film, you’ll also like the Netflix series Hollywood, which also shows an alternate history with real life characters like Rock Hudson and Anna May Wong!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Best biographical dramas on Netflix Canada

First They Killed My Father (2017)

First They Killed My Father is based on the memoir of Loung Ung’s life.

It shows Loung Ung’s memories of when the Khmer Rouge took over Cambodia in 1975 during the Vietnam War, and how she and her family had to survive.

This really hits close to home because both sides of my family escaped Vietnam during the war, and it’s a heartbreaking film to watch.

You will be crying a lot while watching this.

The film was directed by Angelina Jolie and written by both her and Ung (who now lives in the U.S.)

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

The Guilty (2021)

A demoted police detective works as a 911 operator, and he scrambles to save a distressed caller.

Jake Gyllenhaal is incredible in the movie, and Ethan Hawke voices the sergeant, though I don’t think you see him at all in the movie.

The Guilty is based on a Danish movie, which was actually based on a true story!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Best action & adventure movies on Netflix Canada

Spider-Man franchises (2002-2017)

We all know and love Spider-Man, the friendly neighbourhood superhero who gets bitten by a spider and gains superhuman abilities.

You can watch all 3 of the original movies with Tobey Maguire (my fave Spider-Man), as well as the newer movies starring Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland as Spider-Man!

7 films available on Netflix

Kill Boksoon (2023)

Boksoon lives a double life as one of the world’s deadliest assassins and as a single mom to a teenage daughter.

This action-packed South Korean movie is really fun, and it kinda gives John Wick vibes!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Jurassic World (2015)

We all know about the iconic Jurassic Park world, where scientists create a park filled with recreations of formerly extinct dinosaurs.

Of course, this doesn’t go very well, and the dinosaurs go off terrorizing people.

You can watch the first instalment of the Jurassic World trilogy on Netflix, which is about the Jurassic World luxury resort.

When one of the dinosaurs escapes, the park plunges into chaos.

The film stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard!

There’s also a Netflix animated series for kids, called Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Jumanji franchise (2017 & 2019)

Four high school students get trapped in a magical video game during detention, and they get thrown into the mysterious Jumanji world.

The concept is the same as the original 1995 film, but with a video game rather than a board game!

Both the 1995 and 2010s versions are great in their own ways!

You can watch both movies of the modern remake on Netflix Canada.

2 films available on Netflix, watch the trailers for the first and second

The Gray Man - Netflix movie
Photo by Netflix

The Gray Man (2022)

When a CIA agent uncovers agency secrets, he triggers a global hunt by international assassins.

Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans both star in the film, and it’s super interesting to see Chris Evans play the role of the bad guy.

My dad and I both really enjoyed The Gray Man – it’s so action-packed!

Because it was so popular and well-received, Netflix is actually working on a sequel and spin-off!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Pompeii (2014)

Milo is a slave turned gladiator, and he falls in love with Cassia, the daughter of a wealthy merchant.

When she becomes betrothed to a corrupt Roman Senator, Milo rushes against time to save her.

Pompeii is based on what actually happened in Pompeii, but the story itself is fiction.

If you don’t know what happened in Pompeii, it was an ancient city that was covered in ash after a volcano erupted.

I remember watching Pompeii in theatres, and it would be amazing to see the site in person someday!

I also totally never realized Kit Harington (AKA Jon Snow from Game of Thrones, which you can watch on Crave) was the main character!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Best crime movies on Netflix Canada

Pulp Fiction (1994)

Pulp Fiction is an iconic Quentin Tarantino film about the lives of a bunch of criminals and how their lives get intertwined.

It’s a black-comedy crime film, and it’s known as one of the best movies of all-time!

John Travolta, Uma Thurman, and Samuel L. Jackson all star in it.

You might’ve seen people dressing up as Mia Wallace and Vincent Vega for Halloween – you’ll know when you watch the movie!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Best sci-fi movies on Netflix Canada

The Butterfly Effect (2004)

Evan Treborn suffers from painful headaches that frequently cause him to black out, and while unconscious, he’s able to travel back in time to difficult moments in his childhood.

He does things in the past to alter the present, and he finds himself in nightmarish alternate realities.

There are some pretty dark themes in this film, so it’s definitely not for everyone.

Ashton Kutcher and Amy Smart both star in The Butterfly Effect, and a super young Logan Lerman plays the young version of Ashton Kutcher’s character!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

The Edge of Tomorrow (2014)

Soldier Bill Cage is sent on a suicide mission when invincible aliens attack earth, and he finds himself thrown into a time loop, reliving the same fight over and over again.

If you’re into time loop movies, you’ll definitely enjoy this movie!

Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt also both star in The Edge of Tomorrow.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Limitless (2011)

Eddie is sure he has no future ahead of him, until he tries a drug that enhances his mental capabilities.

He makes great gains in the stock market, gaining the attention of a tycoon, while also experiencing the mysterious side effects of the untested drug.

Bradley Cooper stars in Limitless!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Tau (2018)

A woman gets kidnapped and trapped inside a house, and tries to hack the AI computer system to save herself.

Tau is an interesting sci-fi movie to watch on Netflix if you’re into the whole artificial intelligence shebang!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Best thriller movies on Netflix Canada

Parasite (2019)

Parasite is a black comedy and thriller about a wealthy family and a working-class family, and how their lives get intertwined.

It’s wild and anxiety-filled, and definitely worth sitting through subtitles for.

The film won four Oscars, and it’s currently the highest grossing film in South Korea!

The film features an all-star cast, including the late Lee Sun-kyun, Cho Yeo-jeong, Park Seo-joon, Kang ho Song, and Lee Jung-eun.

South Korea produces tons of incredible films and TV shows, and Netflix has released a lot of Netflix Original Korean dramas over the years!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Get Out (2017)

Chris’ girlfriend invites him to a weekend getaway to meet her parents, and he starts to discover some disturbing things.

Get Out was absolutely mind-blowing when it first came out, and it’s definitely one of the best psychological thrillers out there.

It was written and directed by the genius Jordan Peele, who also came out with Us and Nope!

It’s crazy that Get Out was also his debut into horror – he started out as a comedian on Mad TV!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Split (2016)

Kevin has revealed 23 personalities to his trusted psychiatrist, but there’s still one that remains submerged.

He kidnaps and imprisons three teenage girls in an isolated underground facility, and is thrust into a war for survival within himself.

This M. Night Shyamalan movie stars James McAvoy, Anya Taylor-Joy, and Bruce Willis.

Split is the second movie in the Unbreakable trilogy, with Unbreakable and Glass also being in the same universe.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Society of the Snow (2023)

Society of the Snow is based on the true story of what happened with Uruguayan Flight 571, and if you didn’t know it was real, you totally wouldn’t believe it.

If you haven’t heard of the case before, in 1972, a Uruguayan flight crashed in the middle of the Andes mountains.

The few passengers who survived found themselves in one of the world’s toughest environments.

The film is absolutely incredible and the cast is amazing – most of the cast are also new actors!

I actually went down a rabbit hole looking up this case when I started watching Yellowjackets on Crave, and it’s such a wild story.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Don’t Worry Darling (2022)

A young couple live in the utopian 1950s community of Victory, an experimental company town where all the men are working on a top-secret project.

The wives of all the men enjoy the luxuries of their seemingly perfect paradise, but meanwhile something sinister lurks below the surface.

I do wish they’d explained some things more, but overall the film is a good watch!

Harry Styles, Florence Pugh, Olivia Wilde, Chris Pine, and Gemma Chan all star in Don’t Worry Darling.

There was actually a whole lot of controversy surrounding the film before it was released, with supposedly a lot of drama within the cast. You can Google it ’cause it’s a lot!

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Best horror movies on Netflix Canada

Scream panel at Fan Expo Canada
Scream panel at Fan Expo Canada 2015.

Scream (1996)

Can you call yourself a horror fan without having seen Scream?

The Scream franchise revolves around Sidney Prescott, who constantly gets chased by psychopaths in ghostface masks.

It’s definitely one of my favourite horror franchises of all-time, and you can stream the first movie on Netflix.

It’s the ultimate slasher franchise that never gets old or boring, and I never get tired of re-watching it.

While Jason Voorhees and Freddy Krueger may be the OG slasher villains, I find myself laughing too much since both franchises started in the 70s and 80s and the special effects and costumes are kinda corny.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

The Conjuring franchise (2013 & 2016)

The Conjuring is one of the creepiest horror franchises out there, probably because each movie is based on a real case solved by Ed and Lorraine Warren, who were paranormal investigators.

In the first movie, the Warrens come to the assistance of a troubled family, who experience increasingly disturbing events in their newly-occupied farmhouse in Rhode Island in 1971.

In the second movie, they travel to north London to help out a single mother and her four children.

Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson star in all of the movies, and they’re fantastic together.

Only the first two movies are available to stream on Netflix, and they’re terrifying!

There are also spinoff movies all in the same universe, including the creepy Annabelle, which is also available to stream on Netflix.

2 films available on Netflix, watch the trailers for the first and second movies

Talk to Me (2022)

A group of friends discover how to conjure spirits with an embalmed hand, and they become hooked on the exhilaration and high-stakes party game.

However, their fascination takes a dark turn when one of them goes too far and unleashes terrifying supernatural forces.

Talk to Me is one of the more unique horror movies I’ve watched in recent years, alongside Hereditary, Midsommar, and Barbarian.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

American Psycho (2000)

Patrick Bateman is a wealthy investment banker with a secret psychopathic side, and his bloodlust gets increasingly violent as he indulges in his dark desires.

American Psycho is a pretty gory one, so shield your eyes from this one if too much blood freaks you out.

It was good the first time watching it, but I think I liked it even better the second time around.

Some big names are in this horror classic, including Christian Bale, Reese Witherspoon, and Jared Leto!

There’s actually a sequel with Mila Kunis, but it’s more of a comedy horror and isn’t as good.

1 film available on Netflix, watch the trailer

Train to Busan (2016)

Train to Busan is without a doubt the best zombie horror film I have ever seen.

While Seok-woo and his daughter are aboard a train to the city of Busan, they get trapped in the middle of a zombie outbreak.

It’s absolutely terrifying, especially since the zombies actually run fast.

The film is in Korean, so you’ll have to read subtitles, but it’s absolutely worth it.

There’s also a sequel called Peninsula, but it’s a completely different story and I didn’t love it as much as the first movie.

If you like Train to Busan, you should also watch Kingdom, a Netflix series about zombies invading ancient Korea (who also run fast), and #Alive, another South Korean Netflix horror about zombies!

1 film available on Neflix, watch the trailer

Netflix Canada movies

The best movies to watch on Netflix Canada (March 2024):

  1. Catch Me If You Can
  2. The Devil Wears Prada
  3. Miss Congeniality
  4. Click
  5. 17 Again
  6. 21 Jump Street
  7. Rush Hour
  8. Superbad
  9. Hustlers
  10. The Notebook
  11. Pretty Woman
  12. Friends with Benefits
  13. Dirty Dancing
  14. Someone Great
  15. He’s Just Not That into You
  16. The Shawshank Redemption
  17. The Blind Side
  18. The Impossible
  19. Molly’s Game
  20. Room
  21. Blue Bayou
  22. Boogie
  23. Pieces of a Woman
  24. The White Tiger
  25. The Unforgivable
  26. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
  27. First They Killed My Father
  28. The Guilty
  29. The Hunger Games
  30. Spider-Man
  31. Kill Boksoon
  32. Jurassic World
  33. Jumanji
  34. The Gray Man
  35. Pompeii
  36. Pulp Fiction
  37. The Butterfly Effect
  38. The Edge of Tomorrow
  39. Limitless
  40. Tau
  41. Parasite
  42. Get Out
  43. Split
  44. Society of the Snow
  45. Don’t Worry Darling
  46. Scream
  47. The Conjuring
  48. Talk to Me
  49. American Psycho
  50. Train to Busan

These were some of the best movies on Netflix Canada to watch this March 2024!

There’s an abundance of great films and movies to binge-watch on Netflix Canada, but these are just some of my personal favourites.

Every time I watch a movie, I rate it on Letterboxd – it’s a great way to keep track of what you’ve watched and what your friends are watching!

Have you seen any of these films? What are some of the best movies on Netflix Canada in your opinion? Let me know on Twitter or Instagram!

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