Isn't that a series, not a movie?
There's been some interesting stuff on Netflix lately. I've seen two in particular that are worth mentioning:
The Old Guard. Charlize Theron leads a team of immortals (think Highlander, but I don't think even beheading would keep them down permanently; it's never brought up) who act as mercenaries and have throughout the centuries, though they're all very world-weary. A new immortal surfaces and they're drawn to one another though for that newcomer, it's quite a shock and an adjustment. It's hard to take seriously something with those kinds of stakes since if they can't die, there's no risk to them, but it's still pretty well put-together.
One I just watched today, Project Powers, definitely FELT like it would merit being a series rather than a movie. Basically what if there was a superpower drug that gives people a five-minute window to unleash a random ability (though each person has a specific ability they get, the same person won't get a different random power each time they use it…kinda confusing how they explain it.) How does it affect the police, drug dealers, and everyone caught in the middle. It gets pretty derivative but it was fun to see how they structured everything. Apparently it's supposedly a rip-off of a movie made in India or something? But Jamie Foxx does a good job, and while I hate Joseph Gordon Levitt's guts, he does a good job too.