Friday, September 11, 2015

What's Next on Netflix? - Week 36 of 2015

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

Upcoming Netflix Streaming Titles

9/11 - About Elly, God Bless The Child, Madame Bovary (2015)

9/12 - It Happened Here, The Roughnecks*, Why Did I Get Married?

9/13 - Pixies

9/15 - The Bank Job, Closer To The Moon, The Road Within, Rubble Kings

9/16 - Moonrise Kingdom, Reservation Road

9/18 - Keith Richards: Under The Influence

9/22 - Philomena, Smosh: The Movie

9/23 - The Loft

9/24 - Iris (2015)

9/26 - The Canyons

9/29 - Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom, Monster High: Boo York

9/30 - Midnight's Children*, Ned Rifle

10/16 - Beasts Of No Nation

11/6 - Master Of None (Netflix Original Series)

11/20 - Jessica Jones (Netflix Original Series)

12/11 - The Ridiculous Six

What to Watch This Week

Today premieres one of the most acclaimed foreign films of the year despite it being six years old. About Elly was directed by Asghar Farhadi and premiered at film festivals in 2009, two years before his breakout film A Separation. Clearly inspired by the works of Michelangelo Antonioni, the psychological drama is about a group of friends that have a brief vacation at a beach house, only for the mysterious titled character to suddenly disappear. Art film fans can continue their joy come Wednesday when Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom comes to the platform, six days before its Criterion Collection home video release. The streaming title may not come with special features attached but the movie is naturally beautiful to look at and possesses a fun fairy tale atmosphere. And returning to Netflix is The Bank Job, the underrated crime thriller starring Jason Statham.

New Streaming Titles I Previously Forgot to Mention

One of 2014's most talked-about indies and the Dear White People; season two of The Blacklist; and the weird Bollywood movie involving a dog getting an inheritance and the bastard son that wants to bump him off, Entertainment.

I'll see you again next Friday.

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