New Netflix Instant Movies — November 2012
There are plenty of movies to be thankful for this month on Netflix Instant. Whether you’re looking for something funny, classic or just flat-out entertaining, we’ve got the best picks for what’s new to streaming in the month of November.
‘Bottle Rocket’ (1996) — Starring Owen Wilson and Luke Wilson. Three friends plan an elaborate robbery and their getaway.
‘Greedy’ (1994) — Starring Michael J. Fox, Nancy Travis and Kirk Douglas. A family fights to get on their ageing uncle’s good side so they can inherit his fortune when he dies.
‘Jennifer 8‘ (1992) — Starring Andy Garcia and Uma Thurman. When an LA cop moves to a small town, he’s immediately drawn into a murder investigation.
‘Thinner’ (1996) — Starring Joe Mantegna and Robert John Burke. An unrepentant and obese lawyer is cursed by a gypsy to keep losing weight until he wastes away.
‘Barton Fink’ (1991) — Starring John Turturro and John Goodman. When he moves to LA to further his career, a respected and well-known playwright from New York starts to learn the harsh realities of Hollywood.
‘Halloween 6: The Curse of Michael Myers’ (1995) — Starring Paul Rudd and Donald Pleasence. A grown-up Tommy Doyle must help a young woman confront the evil entity known as Michael Myers in this sequel.
‘An Officer and a Gentleman’ (1982) — Starring Richard Gere and Debra Winger. In order to complete Naval flight school, a young man enlists the help of a tough sergeant and the love of his life.
‘The Grapes of Wrath’ (1940) — Starring Henry Fonda and Jane Darwell. During the Great Depression a poor family is forced to leave their land and head to California, suffering more misfortune along the way.
‘Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot’ (1992) — Starring Sylvester Stallone, Estelle Getty, and JoBeth Williams. When a detective’s overbearing elderly mother comes to visit, she interferes with both his personal and professional life.
‘Tales from the Crypt Presents: Bordello of Blood’ (1996) — Starring Dennis Miller, Erika Eleniak, and Angie Everhart. A funeral parlor doubles as a bordello populated by sexy vampire women.
‘Bean: The Movie’ (1997) — Starring Rowan Atkinson and Peter MacNicol. The inept Mr. Bean is tasked with bringing a valuable painting to Los Angeles in this comedy of errors.
‘Footloose’ (2011) — Starring Kenny Wormald, Julianne Hough, and Miles Teller. In a small town where dancing and rock music have been banned, one young man fights for teen liberation.
‘The Pact’ (2012) — Starring Caity Lotz and Casper Van Dien. A woman struggling to overcome the death of her mother must now contend with an evil entity in her home.
‘Bernie’ (2011) — Starring Jack Black, Shirley MacLaine, and Matthew McConaughey. When a local mortician kills the widow he’s befriended, he has to create the illusion that she’s still alive to keep himself out of trouble.
‘A Cat in Paris’ (2010) — Starring Dominique Blanc, Bernadette Lafont, and Bruno Salomone. This Oscar-nominated animated film a cat who assists a cat burglar has to rescue the little girl he lives with when she’s taken by a gangster.
‘The Flowers of War’ (2011) — Starring Christian Bale, Ni Ni, and Xinyi Zhang. An American takes refuge in a church and poses as a priest with the help of the church’s women during the Japanse takeover of Nanking in 1937.
‘Lockout’ (2012) — Starring Guy Pearce and Maggie Grace. A wrongly convicted man gets a chance at freedom if he can rescue the president’s daughter from escaped inmates in space.
‘Crazy Eyes’ (2012) — Starring Lukas Haas and Madeline Zima. An alcoholic named Zach meets a girl he dubs “Crazy Eyes,” and his desire to be with her along with the need to take care of his family inspires him to get his act together.
‘Rites of Spring’ (2011) — Starring Katherine Randolph and Anessa Ramsey. When a group of kidnappers get involved in a ransom scheme, they come face to face with an evil ancient entity that demands sacrifice every spring.
‘Casa de mi Padre’ (2012) — Starring Will Ferrell and Gael Garcia Bernal. In this wacky send-up of Spanish telenovelas, two brothers try to save their father’s ranch from drug lords in Mexico.
‘Beatles Stories’ (2011) — This documentary seeks out the people who have come into contact with the Beatles, from Ben Kingsley to the Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson.
‘Dead Season’ (2012) — Starring Scott Peat and Marissa Merrill. Two survivors of a zombie outbreak flee to a remote island and seek sanctuary.
‘In the Name of the King’ (2007) — Starring Jason Statham and Ron Perlman. A race of animal warriors kidnap a farmer’s wife and kill his son, inciting the man to seek vengeance and save the woman he loves.
‘Memorial Day’ (2012) — Starring Jonathan Bennett and James Cromwell. A 13 year old boy discovers his grandfather’s footlocker from World War II. The grandfather tells him to pick three souvenirs and he will tell the stories behind each of them.
‘Re-Animator’ (1985) — Starring Jeffrey Combs and Barbara Crampton. A student at a medical college and his girlfriend get mixed up in experiments to re-animate dead tissue when a weird new student arrives.
‘Like Crazy’ (2011) — Starring Anton Yelchin, Felicity Jones, and Jennifer Lawrence. When she overstays her visa, a British college student is separated from her American boyfriend, putting their relationship to the test.
‘The Invisible War’ (2012) — This documentary from acclaimed filmmaker Kirby Dick explores the epidemic of the rape of female soldiers in the US military.
‘A Man’s Story’ (2010) — In this documentary, the life and career of designer Ozwald Boateng is chronicled.
‘Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview’ (2012) — An interview with Steve Jobs while he was running NeXT, the company he founded after leaving Apple.
‘Snowman’s Land’ (2010) — Starring Jurgen Ribmann and Thomas Wodianka. A contract killer and his friend are sent to protect a crime boss’ home in the mountains, but things go awry when the boss’ wife is accidentally killed.
‘The King’s Speech’ (2010) — Starring Colin Firth and Geoffrey Rush. This film follows King George VI of Britain as he seeks speech therapy to cure his stutter to prove to the people of Britain that he deserves the throne.