Friday, May 8, 2015

What's Next on Netflix? - Week 18 of 2015

Want to find out what movies are heading to Netflix Streaming? I got your back.

Upcoming Netflix Streaming Titles

5/8 - Grace and Frankie (Netflix Original Series), Tyler Perry's A Madea Christmas

5/9 - Happy Valley, Jinn, The Liberator

5/12 - Extraterrestrial*, Fruitvale Station, Magical Universe*

5/13 - The Identical

5/14 - Corky Romano

5/15 - Cyber-Seniors, Dawg Fight*, Give Me Shelter

5/16 - First Period (2013)

5/17 - Tinker Bell: Legend of the NeverBeast

5/19 - Before I Disappear*, Girlhood*, Zombeavers*

5/22 - Inglourious Basterds, The Other One: The Long Strange Trip of Bob Weir

5/23 - Antarctica: A Year On Ice*, The Boxtrolls*

5/24 - Love and Honor, Welcome to the Punch*

5/27 - Before I Go To Sleep*

5/29 - Hot Girls Wanted*

6/5 - Sense8 (Netflix Original Series)

6/12 - Orange is the New Black (Season 3)

6/26 - What Happened, Nina Simone?

7/10 - Chris Tucker Live

7/31 - Wet Hot American Summer: First Day At Camp (Netflix Original Series)

What to Watch This Week

Your mom and dad will be checking out Netflix's Grace and Frankie, solely for the presence of Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin. Kidding aside, the show does look like a pleasant dramedy and a worthy addition to the stable of Netflix shows. If you want to sober up real fast, the documentary Happy Valley takes a look at how the Penn State scandal divided the town of State College. Though it has lost some of its luster now that the awards hype is long over, Fruitvale Station still features a great breakout lead performance for Michael B. Jordan. And for bad movie lovers, look no further than the strange Christian bomb The Identical, where Elvis's long-lost brother becomes a Elvis impersonator. Confused yet?

New Streaming Titles I Previously Forgot to Mention

David Lynch's true masterpiece Blue Velvet; Werner Herzog explores the life of Timothy Treadwell in Grizzly Man; Kurt Russell goofs his way through in the John Carpenter cult classic Big Trouble in Little China; the return of Saturday Night Fever and Wet Hot American Summer; Tommy Lee Jones got his best notices as a director for The Homesman; and re-watch the only M. Night Shyamalan movie that matters, The Sixth Sense.

I'll see you again next Friday.

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