As much as people love to complain about Netflix, the streaming service has always been there in times of need — when you're having a bad day and need a sad movie to cry to, or when you need something to watch to break the ice on that awkward first date. Realistically, the app isn't all that bad, and as it turns out, Netflix's Canada's movie catalogue has more "quality" films than any other streaming service.\nWhen the streaming service first rose to popularity, it was loaded up with some of the most popular movies and TV shows, boasting a library of about 6,500 titles back in 2014.\nOver time though, Netflix has changed its focus and has begun mass producing original content for its viewers. As a result, the app has had to reduce its content library by over 40%, down to about 3,850 titles.\nThis sounds like a bad thing for audiences, but according to some research done by Kill the Cable Bill, Netflix is actually home to the most films from IMDb's Top 250 movies of all-time list, compared to other streaming services.\nOf the 250 films on the list, 33 of them were found in the OG streaming service's catalogue including titles like The Matrix, Pulp Fiction, and V for Vendetta.\nView this post on Instagram ⭐️ A post shared by movie art (@moviezw0rld) on Sep 27, 2019 at 2:03am PDT\nIf you're curious about how other streaming services compared, Amazon Prime Video had only 22 titles from the top 250 list, including To Kill a Mockingbird, Requiem For a Dream, and American Beauty.\nEven lower still was Disney+, with just 12 of its films making it onto IMDb's list. Titles included Avengers: Endgame, The Lion King, and Guardians of the Galaxy.\nView this post on Instagram Bring home Marvel Studios’ #AvengersEndgame with a limited-time Gallery Book, exclusively at @Target! Get it today: http://bit.ly/2Z1GEgC A post shared by Avengers: Endgame (@avengers) on Aug 16, 2019 at 2:59pm PDT\nComing in last was HBO with only The Usual Suspects and Amelie cracking the best movies of all-time list.\nNews of Netflix's triumph comes at a unique time, as it was recently projected that the platform would lose at least four million subscribers in 2020 due to things like pricing and competition.\nThe streaming service wars are just getting started, but Netflix seems to be holding onto their spot at the top, for now, anyway.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.