Why not end the weekend with a movie you can watch at home? Check out the great stuff available now!
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Available Now On Demand Before Theatrical Release
- Bachelorette - In theaters Sept 7
- About Cherry - In Theaters Sept 21
- Soldiers of Fortune - In Theaters Sept 25 - Christian Slater?
- [Rec 3]: Genesis - In Theaters Sep 7
- The Good Doctor - In Theaters Aug 31st - Orlando Bloom
- The Tall Man - In Theaters Aug 31st - Jessica Biel
Available Now On Demand During Theatrical Release in August
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- 2 Days in New York - In Theaters Aug 10th - Julie Delpy, Chris Rock
I really enjoyed this chaotic day in the life of a New York couple. Chris Rock is funny and delivers genuine wit.
- 360 - In Theaters Aug 3 - Anthony Hopkins, Jude Law
- The Babymakers - Check out Melissa's interview with the director & actor!
- Craigslist Joe
- Why Stop Now?- In Theaters Aug 11th - Jesse Eisenberg, Melissa Leo
Available Now On Bluray/DVD/On Demand
- Bernie - Jack Black comedy with great reviews
Screened for Cinemit members
- The Dictator - Sacha Baron Cohen tries really really hard to make you laugh
Screened for Cinemit members
- Freelancers - Robert De Niro?
- Hide Away - Josh Lucas, the wannabe Ryan Gosling
- Let Go - very curious
- A Separation - Oscar-nominated foreign film
- Virginia - fantastic cast, looks promising
2011 Films Available Now on Netflix
- Super 8 (2011) - With a nod toward producer Steven Spielberg's landmark sci-fi films of the 1970s and '80s, writer-director J.J. Abrams crafts a supernatural tale about six kids who witness something incredible while shooting a movie with their Super 8 camera.
- Seeking Justice (2011) - Nicolas Cage. NICOLAS. CAGE.
- A Little Bit of Heaven (2011) - Kate Hudson being Kate Hudson.
- Albert Nobbs (2011) - Oscar-worth performance by Glenn Close as Albert Nobbs, living in 18th century Ireland. I liked it, but really wanted more from a plot perspective.
- Hit So Hard (2011) - This compelling documentary chronicles the life of former Hole drummer Patty Schemel, from childhood through her rise to fame and beyond, revealing her near-destruction by the personal demons that so often accompany celebrity. A unique perspective that keeps you interested at every turn.
- Rid of Me (2011) - This biting black comedy follows socially awkward newlywed Meris Canfield, who moves to Portland, Ore., with her hubby only to be deserted by him. She then befriends a wild child who introduces her to the joys of punk rock, sugar and self-discovery. It may be rough around the edges, but the heart is there and will ring true.
- Private Romeo (2011) - Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" gets an update in this provocative drama, which sets the tale in an all-male military school where rival groups of cadets clash with one another -- and find desire in unexpected quarters. I'm not a fan of Shakespeare, but I am a fan of this concept.