Scrolling through the infinite options on Netflix – extended edition, featuring you (See what we did there?). We’ve all been there. For those of you working from home or in self-isolation we wanted to be your match maker for your next favourite flick and get your Netflix watch party started.

WhatsApp your nearest and dearest, head to and get comfy. You’ll be able to sync what you’re watching as well as talk in a group chat. Best of all, no one can judge you for your choice of PJs or see when you’re having a good cry at those heart wrenching moments.


When Harry met Sally (1989)
It’s a classic for a reason. For those who love rom-coms as well as those who don’t. Quotable, hilarious but also incredibly real. It’s never as simple as boy meets girl.

80% chance that you’ll be quoting “I’ll have what she’s having”

Netflix Watch Party Game – How many times does Marie say “I don’t think he’s ever going to leave her”.


Matilda (1996)
If you haven’t watched this in a while, now is the perfect time. It also has the perfect soundtrack to keep your toes tapping whilst you work from home.

100% chance you won’t be able to spell DIFFICULTY without breaking into song

Netflix Watch Party Game – Who can polish off a chocolate cake the fastest?


Scott Pilgrim, vs the World (2010)
We all have baggage right? In this surreal action comedy, Scott must defeat his new girlfriend’s seven evil exes in order to win her heart.

60% chance you’ll start telling people random facts about Pac-Man

Netflix Watch Party Game – Which of your ex’s do you think would be the “Final Boss” and why?


IT (2017)
Float away with this modern remake of the Stephen King classic, if you’re watching this one by yourself you may need a pillow to hide behind, just to be safe.

99% chance you’ll freak out in the first 10 minutes

Netflix Watch Party Game – How well do you know your besties? See if you can guess what their biggest fear is and what Pennywise would turn into to scare them?


Legally Blonde (2001)
In times of crisis, it’s always good to ask “What would Elle Woods do?”. At a time to believe in yourself and support those around you, this chick flick classic is a perfect watch.

50% chance you’ll have the urge to order all pink stationary

Netflix Watch Party Game – Who can name the most movies that Reese Witherspoon has been in?


Bad Teacher (2011)
Cameron Diaz shows us how not to adult. For an easy to follow comedy this is perfect to watch over facetime with the girls.

40% chance you will have dated Justin Timberlake’s character

Netflix Watch Party Game – Nominate out of your friends who would be a teacher’s pet or a class clown?


He’s just not that into you (2009)
Watch as an all-star cast shows us that there is no exemption to a rule, if you’re in doubt why a guy isn’t messaging you back or keeps flaking, then the chances are that he’s not that into you. As simple as that.

100% chance you will want Ben Affleck to come and do the dishes

Netflix Watch Party Game – Nominate who out of your friends is most like Gigi?