It’s the middle of summer and for many on summer vacation, why not relax and watch a new movie! Here are some great Netflix options that will keep you entertained as the weather outside heats up!
18. American Wedding
The American Pie gang are back together again, this time for Jim’s wedding and the comedy starts back up right where it left off from the second movie!
17. The Score
The action crime thriller will have you on the edge of your seat as Robert De Niro and Edward Norton star in this flick about an aging their who wants to retire but then a young kid convinces him into doing one more heist job.
16. House At The End Of The Street
The horror thriller stars Jennifer Lawrence and is about a mom and daughter who move into a brand new town, only to find themselves living in a house which is haunted with a ghost of a girl who was murdered by her parents.
15. House of Cards
The Netflix original series is highly talked about and it’s time you viewed it for yourself! Kevin Spacey plays a very powerful man who knows everybody’s secrets and will betray all to become the next President of the US.
14. Pulp Fiction
The highly popular Quentin Tarantino drama about the lives of two mob hit men, a boxer, gangster’s wife and a pair of diner bandits intertwine in tales of violence and redemption.
13. Who Framed Roger Rabbit
The 1988 animated comedy flick is one of Disney’s best! It’s about a cartoon hating detective who is a ‘toon rabbit’s only hope when he’s accused of a murder.
12. Can’t Hardly Wait
The romantic teen comedy will take you back to the 90s as one romantic teen tries to tell the love of his high school career all his feelings at the last senior high school party.
11. Waiting for Lightning
The documentary is about pro skateboarder Danny Way and tells the story of his troubled past that he overcame to be one of the top skateboarders of his time.
10. Steve Jobs: One Last Thing
The TV documentary about Steve jobs features interviews with with colleagues and others who knew the creative genius behind Apple.
9. The Hunger Games
If you haven’t seen one of the biggest movies of 2012, then you’re missing out! The next one is about to drop later this fall, so make sure you catch up on the first one that follows the story of Katniss Everdeen, who volunteers to take her sister’s place in the annual Hunger Games, which is a fight to the death between youth from the 12 districts that’s televised on TV.
8. The Dictator
Raunchy humor is what you get with the Sasha Baron Cohen comedy where he plays a dictator who risks his life to make sure that democracy never comes to his country that he loves to oppress.
7. Arrested Development
The comedy you’ve been waiting a while to make a comeback has finally started up again… But this time it’s on Netflix. Get your laugh on as Michael Bluth takes over his family’s affairs after his dad goes to prison and his family pretty much goes astray.
6. The Cabin in the Woods
This scar movie will give you nightmares! It’s about a couple of friends who stay in a remote cabin in the woods and discover the truth of some horrifying things that happened there.
5. End of Watch
If you like watching crime dramas, then this one is for you! It’s shot like a documentary and follows two cops in LA as they go about their daily routines.
4. The Avengers
It’s an action packed flick with all your favorite heroes and it’s finally on Netflix! Indulge in all the world-saving action as Iron Man, Thor, Captain America and The Hulk team up with Shield to save the planet from alien forces.
3. Mystery of Easter Island: Nova
A team of scientists and volunteers test a theory on how the ancient stone statues were moved in this interesting documentary.
2. Truman Show
Ever feel your life is like a TV show? Well that’s exactly what this comedy/drama is about as Jim Carrey realizes that he lives a not-so-average life that all of America can see 24/7.
1. Expendables 2
The action flick is the sequel to the Expendable that features all the old school action stars like Randy Couture, Jean-Claude Van Damme and Sylvester Stallone. This one has Mr. Church reuniting the Expendables for another job, but things take a huge turn after one of their own is murdered and they have to get revenge.
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