Find out what else is brewing at Netflix “labs”, with insight into the already wildly successful House of Cards season two and speculation for the much-anticipated Arrested Development season four.
Director Milos Forman masterfully conducts the truly operatic rivalry between Antonio Salieri and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in this Oscar-winning melodrama.
Jason Patric and Jennifer Jason Leigh go deep undercover and into the abyss in this gritty crime drama about two narcotics officers struggling with their own addictions.
Adam Sandler delivers one of his more likable performances in this contemporary update of Mr. Deeds Goes to Washington.
Play ball with a master documentarian in this exhaustive 18.5-hour examination of America’s favorite pastime (no, the other one).
Al Pacino delivers one of his best-ever performances in this true-life story of an undercover cop who dared to expose the corruption of the New York City Police Department.
Johnny Depp narrates this exhausting but fascinating documentary about the influential American journalist and “complex walking monument to misbehavior.”
“You’re gonna eat lightnin’ and you’re gonna crap thunder!” Sylvester Stallone wrote and stars in what is probably the ultimate underdog story and arguably the best sports drama ever made.
God doesn’t quite save the queen in this scrappy and often hilarious documentary about the making of arguably the most influential punk rock album of all time.
Omar Epps and Tupac Shakur star in this rough-edged yet brutally honest tale of four Harlem youths on the brink of going down a very dark path.
Fight Club is Sesame Street compared to this brutal documentary about the semi-secretive world of Irish Traveler bare-knuckle fighting.
Dudley Moore binge-drinks his way into your heart in this gleefully subversive comedy about a drunken millionaire who dares fall in love with a waitress from Queens.
Tom Cruise lip-synchs to Bob Seger in his underwear and bangs Rebecca De Mornay on a train in this raunchy (and terrific) comedy that helped turn its young lead thespian into a movie star.
You don’t have to be a foodie to enjoy this quietly fascinating look into the kitchen (and beyond) of one of the most legendary culinary hot spots.
Richard Ayoade’s whimsical tale of a lovestruck Welsh teenager makes for one of the best coming-of-age comedies since Wes Anderson’s Rushmore.