New Netflix Instant Movies – July 2012
In need of something to watch to keep you out of the harsh summer heat? We’ve got the best titles coming to Netflix Instant in July for all your at-home streaming needs.
Please note: This information is collected from the Netflix API and is subject to change.
‘The Mighty’ (1998) — Starring Kieran Culkin, Elden Henson, and Sharon Stone. Opposites attract as a boy who suffers a disease that keeps him very small becomes best friends with an older boy bullied because he is quite tall.
‘Big Bad Mama’ (1974) — Starring Angie Dickinson, William Shatner, and Tom Skerritt. “Mama” travels the country with her daughters, bootlegging and robbing banks with the law hot on their trail.
‘Boyz n the Hood’ (1991) — Starring Cuba Gooding Jr., Laurence Fishburne, and Angela Bassett. A dramatic portrait of friends growing up together in the Los Angeles hood.
‘Extreme Measures’ (1996) — Starring Hugh Grant, Gene Hackman, and Sarah Jessica Parker. When the body of a man who died in the emergency room disappears, a doctor starts asking questions, and he might not like the answers.
‘Internal Affairs’ (1990) — Starring Richard Gere, Andy Garcia, and Laurie Metcalf. A detective and his partner investigate the financial activity of a fellow cop, whom they suspect to be deeply involved in criminal wrongdoings.
‘Grumpy Old Men’ (1993) — Starring Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau. The odd couple return in this geriatric tale of a decades-old grudge between two neighbors that only worsens when they fall for the same woman.
‘A League of Their Own’ (1992) — Starring Geena Davis, Lori Petty, and Tom Hanks. When two sisters join the first professional baseball team for women, their relationship is put to the ultimate test.
‘Raising Arizona’ (1987) — Starring Nicolas Cage, Holly Hunter, and John Goodman. A desperate, childless couple decide to kidnap a baby from a wealthy family, but wind up biting off more than they can chew in this wacky comedy from the Coen brothers.
’12 Monkeys’ (1995) — Starring Bruce Willis, Brad Pitt, and Madeline Stowe. A convict is sent back in time to discover — and stop — the genesis of the man-made virus that’s taken over the not-too-distant future.
‘Ronin’ (1998) — Starring Robert DeNiro and Jean Reno. When the Irish and Russians are both after a mysterious package, a US Intelligence officer is sent to track it down.
‘The Rugrats Movie’ (1998) — Starring Elizabeth Daily, Christine Cavanaugh, and David Spade. Based on the hit cartoon series from Nickelodeon, Tommy, Chuckie, and the whole gang get lost while on vacation and must brave the journey home.
‘Stigmata’ (1999) — Starring Patricia Arquette and Gabriel Byrne. When mysterious wounds appear on a woman’s body, commonly known as “stigmata” (or the wounds of Christ), a Catholic priest is called in to determine the origin — which could very well be a message from the time of Jesus Christ.
‘Love and Death’ (1975) — Starring Woody Allen and Diane Keaton. Woody Allen’s classic comedic ode to the films of Ingmar Bergman tells the story of a neurotic soldier who plots to assassinate Napoleon.
‘In the Mood for Love’ (2001) — Starring Tony Leung Chiu Wai, Maggie Cheung, and Ping Lam. Wong Kar Wai’s drama about two neighbors who suspect their spouses of infidelity and the bond they form because of it.
‘The Wedding Planner’ (2001) — Starring Jennifer Lopez and Matthew McConaughey. Mary is a hopelessly romantic and single wedding planner who gets in over her head when she falls in love with one of her clients.
‘An Officer and a Gentleman’ (1982) — Starring Richard Gere, Debra Winger, and David Keith. Zack gets through tough times in his Navy flight school with a little help from his girlfriend and the strict sergeant who believes in him.
‘Radio Days’ (1987) — Starring Mia Farrow and Dianne Wiest. Woody Allen’s portrait of radio’s golden age features the story of a family and the lives of a group of performers from the time.
‘Superman: The Movie’ (1978) — Starring Christopher Reeve, Margot Kidder, and Gene Hackman. Raised on Earth since he was just a baby, Clark Kent grows up to be the world’s greatest superhero: Superman.
‘The Majestic’ (2001) — Starring Jim Carrey, Martin Landau, and Bob Balaban. After losing his memory in a car accident, a Hollywood writer is mistaken for a small town family’s long-lost son.
‘The Bad News Bears’ (1976) — Starring Walter Matthau, Tatum O’Neal, and Vic Morrow. This classic comedy stars Matthau as an aging former coach called in to train a team of little league underdogs.
‘Analyze That’ (2002) — Starring Robert DeNiro, Billy Crystal, and Lisa Kudrow. A mobster is once again released into the care of his psychiatrist in this sequel to the 1999 film ‘Analyze This.’
‘The Exorcist 2: The Heretic’ (1977) — Starring Richard Burton, Linda Blair, and Louise Fletcher. The demon that once possessed young Regan returns to haunt her again as a priest investigates her exorcist’s death.
‘City by the Sea’ (2002) — Starring Robert DeNiro, James Franco, and Frances McDormand. A man whose father was executed for the kidnapping of a child grows up to become a cop, and his own son becomes a murderer.
‘Once Upon a Time in the West’ (1968) — Starring Henry Fonda and Charles Bronson. Sergio Leone’s epic western tells the tale of a mysterious man who joins with a desperado to protect a widow from an assassin.
‘Chaos Theory’ (2007) — Starring Ryan Reynolds and Emily Mortimer. An extremely organized man’s life is in danger of unraveling when he’s forced to consider the possibility of fate.
‘Syriana’ (2005) — Starring George Clooney, Matt Damon, and Amanda Peet. The oil industry and its effects are examined in this timely political drama.
‘The Resident’ (2011) — Starring Hilary Swank and Jeffrey Dean Morgan. A landlord becomes obsessed with the new tenant in his building.
‘Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff’ (2010) — Starring Dustin Hoffman, Jack Cardiff, and Kirk Douglas. This documentary explores the life and work of the late Jack Cardiff, the first director of photography to receive an Honorary Oscar.
‘Karla’ (2006) — Starring Laura Prepon and Misha Collins. Laura Prepon plays Karla in this true story of a husband and wife who kidnap and murder three girls.
‘Cold Sweat’ (2010) — Starring Facundo Espinosa, Marina Glezer, and Camila Velasco. When a couple of friends enter a mysterious house to rescue their third companion, they encounter geriatric veterans with a penchant for using nitroglycerin explosives.
‘Donnie Brasco’ (1997) — Starring Al Pacino, Johnny Depp, and Michael Madsen. An undercover agent tries to blend in with the mob, but finds himself more and more disconnected from his family and his true identity.
‘The Fifth Element’ (1997) — Starring Bruce Willis, Milla Jovovich, and Gary Oldman. A cab driver gets mixed up in a mad man’s plan to destroy the world when an ancient artifact — who also happens to be a beautiful woman and the key to humanity’s salvation — literally lands in his backseat.
‘Leave it to Beaver’ (1997) — Starring Christopher McDonald and Janine Turner. This update on the American television classic focuses on the Cleaver family and their mischievous son, Theodore “Beaver” Cleaver.
‘Immortals’ (2011) — Starring Henry Cavill, Mickey Rourke, and John Hurt. Visionary director Tarsem Singh tells the mythical story of Theseus, a mortal chosen by Zeus to stop King Hyperion from destroying humanity.
‘American Animal’ (2011) — Starring Matt D’Elia, Brendan Fletcher, and Mircea Monroe. A dying man heads into an existential downward spiral when his roommate and best friend announces he’ll be leaving for a new job.
‘The Shock Labyrinth’ (2009) — Starring Yuya Yagira, Ai Maeda, and Misako Renbutsu. This horror film from the director of ‘The Grudge’ follows a group of friends at a hospital that slowly morphs into a frightening labyrinth.
‘Rampart’ (2011) — Starring Woody Harrelson and Ben Foster. The last renegade cop in 1999 L.A. fights for the survival of himself and his family.
‘Life During Wartime’ (2009) — Starring Shirley Henderson, Allison Janney, and Ally Sheedy. In Todd Solondz’s sorta-kinda sequel to ‘Happiness,’ tells the story of friends, lovers, and family searching for meaning in a war-torn world.
‘Apart’ (2011) — Starring Olesya Rulin, Josh Danzinger, and Bruce McGill. Inextricably linked by a rare psychological disorder, two friends unravel the mystery of their shared tragedy… in their dreams.
‘Sound of Noise’ (2010) — Starring Bengt Nilsson, Sanna Persson, and Magnus Borjeson. A group of friends go on an anarchic mission across the city to make music with unlikely objects in the strangest places.
‘A Fish Called Wanda’ (1988) — Starring John Cleese, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Kevin Kline. Four robbers team up to pull a heist and wind up betraying each other for the sake of their own greed.
‘Amityville II: The Possession’ (1982) — Starring James Olson, Burt Young, and Rutanya Alda. A new family moves into the haunted Amityville house where there teenage son becomes possessed by the house’s evil spirits.