March is quickly approaching, and that means one very exciting thing—new arrivals are coming to Netflix!

If you’re not sure which flicks you should be keeping an eye out for in this new month, let us offer up some suggestions.

Scroll below for nine of what we believe are the best movie arrivals to stream.

Jurassic Park (1993)—Arriving March 1

What it’s about: This classic blockbuster centers around two paleontologists and a mathematician selected to tour a theme park park populated by prehistoric dinosaurs. After the park is sabotaged and undergoes a power breakdown, things go a little haywire.

Still from 'Jurasic Park'

(Jurassic Park via Universal Pictures)


Kung Fu Panda (2008)—Arriving March 1

What it’s about: An adorable and somewhat clumsy panda named Po who’s low key obsessed with kung-fu, is suddenly selected to fulfill an ancient prophecy. His kung-fu dreams come true as he joins five of his idols in a dangerous journey and discovers a little about himself along the way. 

Still from the movie 'Kung Fu Panda'

(Kung Fu Panda via DreamWorks)


Nacho Libre (2006)—Arriving March 1

What it’s about: A monk chases his dreams of becoming a wrestler. Pretty riveting stuff, and quite hilarious. ????

Still shot from 'Nacho Libre'

(Nacho Libre via Paramount Pictures)


Safe Haven (2013)—Arriving March 4

What it’s about: This swoon-worthy flick is all about a young woman with a mysterious past who uproots her life suddenly and lands in a small town in North Carolina. There she meets a charming widower, and she can’t help falling for him. Spoiler alert: This movie has some great twists and turns!

Still shot from 'Safe Haven'

(Safe Haven via Relativity Media)


Pete’s Dragon (2016)—Arriving March 14

What it’s about: This is the moving story of an orphaned feral boy named Pete who begins an unlikely friendship with a dragon named Elliot. You will love it. 

Still shot from Disney's 'Pete's Dragon'

(Pete’s Dragon via Walt Disney Pictures)


The BFG (2016)—Arriving March 15

What it’s about: An orphan girl named Sophie befriends a friendly giant nicknamed The Big Friend Giant or BFG for short. The BFG takes Sophie with him to Giant Country where they work together to try and stop man-eating giants from taking over the world.

Still shot from 'The BFG'

(The BFG via Walt Disney Pictures)


Coraline (2009)—Arriving March 16

What it’s about: A curious young girl uncovers a parallel world that is an idealized version of what she’d like her life to look like. She soon discovers that this alternate universe is not as great as she’d imagined and she’s tricked into staying. It’s really a dark fantasy you’ll be totally captivated by, and—bonus points—it’s all stop motion!

Still shot from the movie 'Coraline'

(Coraline via Focus Features)


Naledi: A Baby Elephant’s Tale (2016)—Arriving March 17

What it’s about: This documentary film tells us the real-life story of a baby elephant born into a rescue camp in Botswana. After suddenly being abandoned and orphaned, the men of her herd have to protect her and save her life. A truly touching story. ❤️️

Still shot from Naledi: A Baby Elephant's Tale

(Naledi: A Baby Elephant’s Tale via Off the Fence)


Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)—Arriving March 24

What it’s about: First of all, if you’ve never seen this classic film, you’re majorly missing out. This flick is about a detective (who hates toons, mind you) attempting to help a cartoon rabbit prove his innocence when he’s the prime suspect in a murder case. Dun, dun, dun. ????

Still shot from 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit'

(Who Framed Roger Rabbit via Touchstone Pictures)


If you’re having a full-on Netflix binge watching sesh, you probably need to queue up a few more movies. Not sure what to watch? Let your zodiac sign determine that HERE.