The big game is over for another year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t live every day like it’s any given Sunday. Take a pass at some of these pigskin MVPs available right now on Netflix.
Bombs almost go boom in these tense action thrillers (and one Best Picture Oscar winner). Let the countdown begin on Netflix.
Did you enjoy this year’s Golden Globes? You don’t have to wait a whole year to feel the magic again, you know. Take a trip down Golden Globes memory lane with these winners from the past, all available for your nostalgic pleasure.
Neil Jordan’s moody crime thriller features a disarmingly charming Nick Nolte as a professional thief who comes out of semi-retirement for one last big score.
The final adventure of The Boy Who Lived is a grand, operatic and richly satisfying curtain call filled with astonishing spectacle, rich emotion and, above all, powerful performances.
Wizards, Serial Killers and Born-Again Christians: this weekend is all about the Harry Potter curtain call, though both Lucky and Salvation Boulevard are looking to lure in a handful of muggles.
Uma Thurman had her second bad Warner Bros. summer in a row following 1997’s Batman & Robin with another franchise-destroying mess.
Anthony Hopkins plays Hannibal Lecter for the third time (though chronologically for the first time) in this not-bad thriller from director Brett Ratner (of all people).
L.A. is jacked in and wiretripping in this dystopian sci-fi thriller from Kathryn Bigelow and James Cameron, now available on Netflix Instant.
Looks like Gerard Butler misses the 300 days of being the most ripped dude in Hollywood. His upcoming movie Coriolanus is a modernization of the Shakespeare play. And he definitely took some time to get ripped before playing the part.
Well, it’s official – 3D is back, baby. If you didn’t see Avatar in 3D, you didn’t see Avatar, and now another blockbuster is jumping on the bandwagon. Clash of the Titans, the new mythological epic…