What to Watch
Want star power, taco porn, or even Jewish French stoner comedy? The second half of this September on Netflix has these and more. Hotly anticipated films and series sees Tom Holland taking on rural Ohio evil, Millie Bobby Brown starring in a feminist take on Sherlock Holmes, and Sarah Paulson
In TV terms, August is a great month for catching up on series you’ve heard about but haven’t seen yet. The second half of Netflix’s August offers a chance to catch well-regarded sequels to “Avatar: The Last Airbender” and the original “The Karate Kid.” Or for those who wonder how
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If you’ve never been exposed to the weirdness of a Charlie Kaufman scripted film, Netflix this month offers the opportunity to see two of his classics. But that’s not the only interesting thing coming out on Netflix in the next couple of weeks. There’s an acclaimed recounting of a dubious
This June sees Netflix bringing films which dispel the notion that it’s only interested in showing movies made in the last twenty years. However, this is a mixed blessing. On one hand, you’ve got Steven Spielberg’s heartwarming “E.T. The Extraterrestrial” and Alicia Silverstone in “Clueless,” an off-kilter adaptation of Jane