I broke my list into genres, as I just couldn't seem to make up my mind in a 1-10. Top comedies, dramas and documentaries. I was disappointed in the major summer blockbusters, so you won't see them on this list. What would be on your list?
Your source for Netflix news is back just in time for an extended weekend. September 1st brings in a fresh batch filled with some oldies but goodies. Men In Black, There Will Be Blood, The Seven Year Itch, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Requim For A Dream and the classic, Zoolander!!
50 First Dates (2004)
In this offbeat romantic comedy, marine veterinarian Henry Roth changes his womanizing ways after he falls for pretty art teacher Lucy Whitmore. Trouble is, she has no short-term memory, so Henry has to win her over again every day.
Breakin' All the Rules (2004)
Upon being dumped by his fiancée, a spurned lover (Jamie Foxx) authors a book on how to deal with the undeniable ups and downs of the break-up process. But everyone (including the author) is caught off guard when the book becomes a best-seller. Co-stars Gabrielle Union, Morris Chestnut, Jennifer Esposito and Peter MacNicol.
The summer may have slowed down, but not the movie season. Check out all the movies we'll be screening in September!
More to be added, keep checking back often!
Posted 8/31: The Family, Prisoners, Rush, Runner Runner, Wizard of Oz 3D, Baggage Claim
Posted 8/30: Austenland, Short Term 12, Riddick, Insidious: Chapter 2
Coming Soon: Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2, Enough Said, Battle of the Year
What do you want to see?
It's a long weekend so there's plenty of time to seek out the best in entertainment!
What to see if you're going out to the movies
Movies available nationally
Comedy: The World's End, the latest from director Edgar Wright starring Simon Pegg, Nick Frost & Co. It's fun, fast-paced and hilarious.
Drama: The Butler. Starring Forest Whitaker, Oprah Winfrey and countless other amazing talent from director Lee Daniels. It will most likely be nominated for multiple Oscars so when people really start talking about it, you'll be ahead of the game.
Drama: Blue Jasmine from writer/director Woody Allen starring Cate Blanchett, Alec Baldwin, Sally Hawkins, Andrew Dice Clay, Bobby Cannavale, Peter Sarsgaard, Louis C.K. Blanchett is unhinged as a socialite that has suddenly lost everything.
ONE WEEK ONLY at the Quad Cinema in NYC
SPECIAL TREAT: Director Lee Isaac Chung (and select crew members) will appear for a Q&A after the 7pm show on Friday 8/30 and Saturday 8/31. He will introduce the 9:20pm show on the same days.
Star/Lead actress Amanda Plummer and Director Lee Isaac Chung will appear for a Q&A after the 7pm screenings on Sunday 9/1 and Tuesday 9/3.
Featuring a mesmerizing lead performance by Amanda Plummer and co-starring legendary actors Will Patton, Burt Young and newcomer Tetsuo Kuramochi, ABIGAIL HARM is the poetic new film by Lee Isaac Chung, the director of the internationally acclaimed MUNYURANGABO.