It's time for a watch party! Tons of new arrivals on Netflix have been catching the attention of audiences lately, but of course, some of them have higher ratings than others. If you want to make sure you enjoy your next movie night, you'll want to check out the best of the best.\nJune brought plenty of new and exciting titles to the streamer, and July will be following suit. Subscribers were treated with the Fast & Furious franchise, new seasons of popular Netflix originals, and even classics from decades ago.\nThe summer heat is in full swing, and as nice as it is to be outside, sometimes you need to crank the air conditioning and spend a day kicking back and watching movies. When you're in the mood to do that, let this list be your guide.\nThe Hunt For Red October\nRating: 88% on Rotten Tomatoes\nA Soviet nuclear sub is headed for U.S. waters and has suddenly dropped off the radar. The Americans must respond to the situation before it's too late.\nThe Hunt for Red October stars Sean Connery, Alec Baldwin, Scott Glenn, and Sam Neill.\nCaptain America: Civil War\nRating: 89% on Rotten Tomatoes\nThe Avengers find themselves facing off against one another when Captain America wants to remain independent and Iron Man fights for government control.\nCaptain America: Civil War is one of the many Marvel films available on Netflix, although most of them are streaming on Disney+.\nFast & Furious 6\nRating: 84% on Rotten Tomatoes\nIn the franchise's sixth film, Dominic Toretto and his crew find themselves racing through the streets of Europe.\nThe first seven films in the Fast & Furious saga were added to the streamer earlier this month.\nSpelling The Dream\nRating: 89% on Rotten Tomatoes\nThe Netflix Original documentary follows four young spelling champions as they gear up to compete in America's biggest spelling competition.\nThe film specifically focuses on how Indian Americans have found success in spelling bees over the years.\nBreakfast At Tiffany's\nRating: 91% on Rotten Tomatoes\nHolly Golightly falls for a charming writer named Paul Varjak, who moves into the same building as her with money given to him from a wealthy woman.\nBreakfast at Tiffany's stars Audrey Hepburn, George Peppard, Patricia Neal, and Mickey Rooney.\nFunny Girl\nRating: 85% on Rotten Tomatoes\nIf you're a fan of musicals, you don't want to miss this 1968 classic.\nFunny Girl stars Barbra Streisand as Fanny Brice, a comedian who finds herself quickly rising on Broadway. Despite her success, her love affair with a gambler holds her back.\nSchindler's List\nRating: 97% on Rotten Tomatoes\nThis film follows Oskar Schindler as he uses his fortune to rescue over 1,100 Jews from Auschwitz during World War II.\nSchindler's List is over three hours long, so gear up for a seriously emotional and lengthy watch!