Apple TV Plus top 10 movies — here are the 3 worth watching now

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Apple TV Plus has quickly become one of the best streaming services for high-quality, original content. With a growing library of acclaimed movies and shows, it's no surprise viewers are flocking to the platform to find the newest hits. 

Whether you're a fan of emotional dramas with relatable characters or war movies containing intense action scenes, the streamer has something for everyone. But finding the perfect watch can feel impossible when you’re scrolling endlessly through content (I completely understand the frustration). 

Don’t worry though — we’ve chosen the best movies currently in the top 10 list. Here are more details on why these movies are worth your time… 

This is based on the Apple TV Plus top 10 movies as of Thursday, July 4.

Best movies in the Apple TV Plus top 10

‘Fancy Dance’

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"Fancy Dance" is the No.1 movie currently streaming on the platform, and it has an impressive score of 96% on Rotten Tomatoes. The story revolves around Jax (Lily Gladstone), who has been caring for her niece Roki (Isabel Deroy-Olson) since her sister Tawi's disappearance. The two live on the Seneca-Cayuga reservation in Oklahoma, struggling to make ends meet through hustling and other means. Jax is determined to find her missing sister while also preparing Roki for an upcoming powwow.

As Roki's grandparents attempt to take custody, Jax decides to take Roki on a journey to find Tawi before the powwow, confronting broader issues of missing and murdered Indigenous women along the way. 

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Next up we have a musical comedy that will warm your heart. "CODA" tells the story of Ruby Rossi (Emilia Jones), a seventeen-year-old who is the only hearing member of her deaf family. As a Child of Deaf Adults (CODA), Ruby acts as an interpreter for her parents and helps with the family’s struggling fishing business. Ruby's life takes a turn when she joins her high school choir and discovers her passion for singing. With the encouragement of her choirmaster, she contemplates auditioning for a prestigious music school, which puts her at a crossroads between her familial responsibilities and pursuing her own dreams. This movie actually won three Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Supporting Actor.

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‘The Bloody Hundredth’ 

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"The Bloody Hundredth" is an hour-long documentary that honors the real-life heroes of the 100th Bomb Group during World War II. Narrated by Tom Hanks and produced by Steven Spielberg, the documentary explores the experiences of the airmen from the shock of Pearl Harbor to the victory of VE Day. The movie is essentially a companion piece to the series "Masters of the Air" and provides an in-depth look at the harrowing and transformative events faced by these young Americans. With a perfect score of 100% on Rotten Tomatoes, you know it’s worth the watch, especially with the newsreel footage being used with a sharp eye for detail. 

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Apple TV Plus top 10 movies right now

1. "Fancy Dance" (2023)
2. "The Family Plan" (2023)
3. "Ghosted" (2023)
4. "CODA" (2021)
5. "Luck" (2022)
6. "Argylle" (2024)
7. "Killers of the Flower Moon" (2023)
8. "Napoleon" (2023)
9. "Greyhound" (2020)
10. "The Bloody Hundredth" (2024)

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Alix Blackburn
Staff Writer, Streaming

Alix is a Streaming Writer at Tom’s Guide, which basically means watching the best movies and TV shows and then writing about them. Previously, she worked as a freelance writer for Screen Rant and Bough Digital, both of which sparked her interest in the entertainment industry. When she’s not writing about the latest movies and TV shows, she’s either playing horror video games on her PC or working on her first novel.