Summer’s winding down, but that doesn’t mean the pool is closed just yet — here are a few movies that will help you beat the heat on Netflix Instant. Get your suit on and jump in.
An all-star cast including Brad Pitt, Robert De Niro and Dustin Hoffman brings even more weight to this harrowing tale of abuse and revenge based on Lorenzo Carcaterra’s haunting memoir.
Sylvester Stallone leads a powerhouse alpha-male cast (including Robert De Niro, Harvey Keitel and Ray Liotta) in this none too plausible action drama.
A convict unleashes the seductive powers of his sexy wife upon his sad-sack parole officer in this frustrating yet fascinating drama starring Robert De Niro, Edward Norton and Milla Jovovich.
Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro get in the ring to tell the sad, sordid story of boxer Jake La Motta.
Pam Grier and Quentin Tarantino make for great partners in crime in QT’s super-cool adaptation of Elmore Leonard’s novel, Rum Punch.
Robert De Niro and Charles Grodin made for a surprisingly dynamite team in this action comedy classic, now on the run at Netflix Instant.
Sergio Leone left the old West and journeyed to New York for his final epic masterpiece, now available on Netflix Instant.
The cast of Meet the Parents are back, only this time everyone is six years older and showing it. Ben Stiller is gray at the temples, Robert De Niro is suffering cardiac arrests, and Blythe Danner is playing sexy dress-up in that creepy way that old ladies do in movies.
A few weeks ago I ranted about the movie studios releasing tons of movies on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day, as if people can’t wait to leave their homes and see a flick. On second thought, I can actually understand families going to the theater on Christmas.
Let’s face it — when you want your Gangster Movie fix, you want it now. Luckily, Netflix Instant has plenty of options to get your crime on — here are some of the best gangster movies you can watch, well, instantly.
This prison yarn stars Edward Norton as a convicted arsonist using his wife (Milla Jovovich) to manipulate his parole officer (Robert De Niro) into securing his parole. It sounds like something we’ve all seen a variation of a thousand times before, but what we end up getting is something extraordinary.
This week’s new movies include horse drama Secretariat, Wes Craven’s My Soul To Take, Edward Norton in Stone and the latest Katherine Heigl rom-com Life As We Know It.
Al Pacino and Joe Pesci are the newest names to be jumping on board Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman.
Is Machete the bloodiest film of the summer? It might also be one of the best.