Monthly Archives: January 2016

Meet the Patels (2014)

This documentary co-directed, co-produced, and starring Ravi Patel provides an interesting and comedic look into a side of America few get to see, or even know exists. While most are probably familiar with the Indian tradition of arranged marriages and match-making, those outside the culture are not aware of how the practice functions for modern

Here Are All of the Changes Coming to Your Netflix Lineup in February 2016

New to Netflix in February 2016: February 1 A Picture of You (2014) Armageddon (1998) Better Call Saul: Season 1 Charlie’s Angels (2000) Collateral Damage (2002) Cruel Intentions (1999) A Faster Horse (2015) Full Metal Jacket (1987) Game Face (2015) Jennifer 8 (1992) Johnny English (2003) The Little Engine That Could (2011) The Lizzie Borden

Galaxy Quest (1999)

What a better way to honor the late, great Alan Rickman than by watching the sci-fi cult classic Galaxy Quest. Prior to his run playing Severus Snape in the Harry Potter series, Rickman was already beloved by geeks everywhere for co-staring in this highly quotable Star Trek spoof. Rickman is one of a dream cast

The Shining (1980)

Ok, let’s face it: you should have already seen The Shining. If by some chance of fate, you have missed the opportunity to view this cinematic achievement, it’s streaming on Netflix. No more excuses. You’re probably already familiar with the general plot: guy watches over big empty hotel with his wife and young son over

About a Boy (2002)

Author Nick Hornby has made something of an art out of constructing narcissistic, middle-aged men stuck in time. His protagonists are not quite Peter Pans, but they are not fully-functioning adults either. These guys are cute, funny, self-deprecating, and jerks. One of the things Hornby does best is getting you inside the head of these