Monthly Archives: February 2016

Cooked (2016)

In the last couple of years or so the quality of Netflix’s original programming has surpassed not only the majority of traditional network and cable output, but Netflix themselves. Rather than churn out low-quality, low-cost films and shows to meet the needs of their customers, Netflix took an unexpected route – creating (and/or distributing) unique,

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

New to Netflix in March 2016: March 1 Adult Beginners (2015) Ahora o Nunca (2015) Aldnoah.Zero: Season 2 American Pie Presents: Beta House (2007) American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile (2006) Before We Go (2015) Blue Mountain State: The Rise of Thadland (2016) El Desconocido (2015) Fresh Meat: Series 2 Frog Kingdom (2013) Good Burger

How to Steal a Million (1966)

This movie is just so damn charming. It’s one of those you watch, keep watching, and are not exactly sure why. The film is neither Audrey Hepburn’s best nor Peter O’Toole’s by a long shot, but it has such a simple charisma and cuteness that it lures you in and makes for a nice evening’s

My Left Foot (1989)

Put quite simply: Daniel Day Lewis is the God of Acting. His small but powerful body of work provides concrete evidence for the existence of the Greek Muses. He so completely embodies the roles he takes that Lewis’ talent seems otherworldly. On anyone else, the term method acting will most likely invoke groans and visions

Sin City (2005)

It’s been over ten years since Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller released their innovative collaboration in digital cinema, and Sin City still looks as good as it ever did. The decision to replicate the comics’ style as closely as possible proved to not only be the best way to tell the story on the big

The Best Sports Documentaries on Netflix

This post was originally published on Netflix’s sport documentaries section is really pretty good. Have you checked it out lately? Netflix has the rights to some classic sports docs, has ESPN’s 30 for 30 films, and has even produced a few good sports documentaries itself. If you’re ready to dive in, check out this