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Dean Winchester

It is sad Netflix are just adding the same movies they just removed just check Feedfliks they are adding back Titanic and Braveheart in April they were just removed barely 2 months ago, further proof Netflix does not care what customers really want the lack of Anime, Sci-Fi and Horror movies are a proof and no I do not care about Pokemon I rather have adult Anime, I wonder if Netflix did not understand why Blockbuster failed. Yes Blockbuster failed because they started to make every movie family edition edited for the lazy parents.


Nice lists, but the streaming items appear to be behind by a week. (Already viewed most of them.) And the Hunger Games: Catching Fire DVD won't release until next week.


Catching Fire comes out Friday according to my queue. Spiderman was also added yesterday for streaming.


This list is behind, in fact quite a few good movies have been added. Spiderman, Ghostbusters 2, Valkyrie, Men in Black 2, As good as it gets, Somethings gotta give, and Panic room seems to be a decent add.


they also have Girl Interrupted, Fright Night(1985), & Not Another Teen Movie.


& While You Were Sleeping


the "dallas buyers club" link is broken.

Guess who

Tyler Perry's Temptation is also streaming.


i posted something from netflix to fb...& it used a foreign language in the post instead of English...also showed a foreign title for 'while you were sleeping' when i watched it & it posted to fb....weird....it called 'wild things' 'villit kuviot'....


March 1
‘Arthur and the Invisibles’ (2006) — Starring Freddie Highmore, Mia Farrow, and Madonna. Ten-year-old Arthur, in a bid to save his grandfather’s house from being demolished, goes looking for some much-fabled hidden treasure in the land of the Minimoys, a tiny people living in harmony with nature.
‘The Bad News Bears’ (1976) — Starring Walter Matthau, Tatum O’Neal, and Vic Morrow. An aging, down-on-his-luck ex-minor leaguer coaches a team of misfits in an ultra-competitive California little league.
‘Beethoven’s 2nd’ (1993) — Starring Charles Grodin, Bonnie Hunt, and Nicholle Tom. Beethoven the St. Bernard dog becomes a father, but his girlfriend Missy is dog-napped, and his puppies are in danger of the same fate.
‘Below’ (2002) — Starring Bruce Greenwood, David Crow, and Matthew Davis. Strange happenings occur on a WW II submarine.
‘The Blair Witch Project’ (1999) — Starring Heather Donahue, Michael C. Williams, and Joshua Leonard. Three film students go missing after traveling into the woods of Maryland to make a documentary about the local Blair Witch legend leaving only their footage behind.
‘Brokedown Palace’ (1999) — Starring Claire Danes, Kate Beckinsale, and Bill Pullman. Two women are arrested for smuggling while vacationing in Thailand.
‘Dirty Dancing’ (1987) — Starring Jennifer Grey, Patrick Swayze, and Jerry Orbach. Spending the summer in a holiday camp with her family, Frances “Baby” Houseman falls in love with the camp’s dance instructor Johnny Castle.
‘Dirty Pretty Things’ (2002) — Starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Audrey Tautou, and Sophie Okonedo. An illegal Nigerian immigrant discovers the unpalatable side of London life.
‘Harsh Times’ (2005) — Starring Christian Bale, Eva Longoria, and Freddy Rodriguez. A tough-minded drama about two friends in South Central Los Angeles and the violence that comes between them.
‘The Ice Storm’ (1997) — Starring Kevin Kline, Joan Allen, and Sigourney Weaver. 1973, suburban Connecticut: middle class families experimenting with casual sex, drink, etc., find their lives out of control.
‘Kicking and Screaming’ (1995) — Starring Josh Hamilton, Eric Stoltz, and Samuel Gould. Following graduation, a handful of college students do nothing and talk about it wittily.
‘The Long Goodbye’ (1973) — Starring Elliott Gould, Nina van Pallandt, and Sterling Hayden. Detective Philip Marlowe tries to help a friend who is accused of murdering his wife.
‘The Long, Hot Summer’ (1958) — Starring Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward, and Anthony Franciosa. Accused barn burner and con man Ben Quick arrives in a small Mississippi town and quickly ingratiates himself with its richest family, the Varners.
‘Night of the Comet’ (1984) — Starring Catherine Mary Stewart, Kelli Maroney, and Robert Beltran. A comet wipes out most of life on Earth, leaving two Valley Girls to fight the evil types who survive.
‘Night of the Living Dead’ (1968) — Starring Duane Jones, Judith O’Dea, and Karl Hardman. A group of people hide from bloodthirsty zombies in a farmhouse.
‘A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge’ (1985) — Starring Robert Englund, Mark Patton, and Kim Myers. A teenage boy is haunted in his dreams by Freddy Krueger who is out to possess him to continue his murdering in the real world.
‘On the Line’ (2001) — Starring Lance Bass, Joey Fatone, and Emmanuelle Chriqui. A shy advertising employee meets his dream girl on the El train, but doesn’t remember to get her phone number, resulting in an all-out search for the mystery girl
‘Over the Top’ (1987) — Starring Sylvester Stallone, Robert Loggia, and Susan Blakely. A struggling trucker tries to rebuild his relationship with his son by entering an arm wrestling competition.
‘Robin Hood: Men in Tights’ (1993) — Starring Cary Elwes, Richard Lewis, and Roger Rees. A spoof of Robin Hood in general, and ‘Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves’ in particular.
‘Roman Holiday’ (1953) — Starring Gregory Peck, Audrey Hepburn, and Eddie Albert. A bored and sheltered princess escapes her guardians and falls in love with an American newsman in Rome.
‘Serpico’ (1973) — Starring Al Pacino, John Randolph, and Jack Kehoe. The true story about an honest New York cop who blew the whistle on rampant corruption in the force only to have his comrades turn against him.
‘The Silence of the Lambs’ (1991) — Starring Jodie Foster, Anthony Hopkins, and Ted Levine. A young F.B.I. cadet must confide in an incarcerated and manipulative killer to receive his help on catching another serial killer who skins his victims.
‘The Station Agent’ (2003) — Starring Peter Dinkage, Patricia Clarkson, and Bobby Cannavale. When his only friend dies, a man born with dwarfism moves to rural New Jersey to live a life of solitude, only to meet a chatty hot dog vendor and a woman dealing with her own personal loss.
‘Summer’s Moon’ (2009) — Starring Ashley Greene, Peter Mooney, and Barbara Niven. A family of serial killers stalk a young woman out to find the father she’s never known.
‘True Grit’ (1969) — Starring John Wayne, Kim Darby, and Glen Campbell. A drunken, hard-nosed U.S. Marshal and a Texas Ranger help a stubborn young woman track down her father’s murderer in Indian territory.
‘The United States of Leland’ (2003) — Starring Ryan Gosling, Kevin Spacey, and Don Cheadle. Tells the story of a young man’s experience in a juvenile detention center that touches on the tumultuous changes that befall his family and the community in which he lives.
‘Vanilla Sky’ (2001) — Starring Tom Cruise, Penelope Cruise, and Cameron Diaz. A successful publisher finds his life taking a turn for the surreal after a car accident with a jaded lover.
‘The Wood’ (1999) — Starring Elayn J. Taylor, Omar Epps, and Richard T. Jones. While dealing with a friend’s cold feet on his wedding day, a writer reminisces about his youth with his best friends.


somebody has too much time on his hands....


That was obviously a simple copy-and-paste, and informative since I don't tend to keep up with what's coming to streaming. I got Dallas Buyers Club in the mail today; are people regularly getting new releases faster now or still having long waits?


Has anyone else having problems getting rid of the terms and agreement popup on Netflix site?


I don't watch too many new releases, but when I do queue them up I get them right away. It's those darned red-letter-wait DVDs that sit at the top of my list without ever getting shipped that really annoys me. My queue is always full, though, so I'm never without something to watch.


d, I just copy an pasted from another website since it has a more complete listing. Figured it would help people out.


Does anyone know when Sherlock Series 3 will be streaming?


it wuz a joke...i could care less....LOL


couldn't care less*


Luther series 3?

Star Wars clone wars is on streaming today


@Dan, what site did you get that list from?


star wars the clone wars


You can get sherlock season 3 directly from PBS.com right now, I expect a long wait (as with any new doctor who spisodes)

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