Monday, November 3, 2014

Watch my Favorite Films Coming on Netflix November

Netflix has a few original works coming out on November, plus movies you maybe mean to watch and more seasons of your favorite TV shows. 
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See which films will be adding to your list over this month!


Films on November
Available Nov. 1
Artifact (2012)
Babes In Toyland (1961)
Hell is for Heroes (1962)
Kingpin (1996)
The Rocketeer (1991)
Trading Mom (1994)
Spike (2008)
Total Recall (1990)

The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (2004)
Available Nov. 3

Altman (2014)
Director: Robert Altman
Available Nov. 4

Fading Gigalo (2014)
Middle-aged Fioravante and Murray are an unlikely gigolo and pimp in this farce about two cash-strapped friends who turn to the sex trade to make ends meet. Their new enterprise is fruitful, but things get complicated when romance enters the picture.
Available Nov. 5

Doug Benson: Doug Dynasty (2014) - Netflix Original
Available Nov. 6

Virunga (2014) - Netflix Original
Determined to protect the last population of Africa’s mountain gorillas, Congolese wildlife officials must contend not only with outlaw poachers but the effects of fierce combat between government forces and die-hard insurgent groups
Available Nov. 7

Louder Than Words (2014)
David Duchovny, Hope Davis, Timothy Hutton, Olivia Steele-Falconer, Adelaide Kane
After the unexpected death of their daughter, a couple, Stephanie and John Fareri, work to build a state of the art children’s hospital where families are welcomed into the healing process.
Available Nov. 8 

Nebraska (2013)
Director: Alexander Payne
Alexander Payne's Midwestern ditty — nominated for six Oscars, including ones for Bruce Dern and June Squibb — is surprisingly funny and warm. The first question at the Cannes press conference for Alexander Payne’s Nebraska was about why the director decided to shoot his comedy-drama in black and white. But after seeing the film, the choice makes more than a little sense. Payne doesn’t use black and white to make his movie grand. Quite the contrary, he uses the lack of color to illustrate his characters’ tiny, quiet existence. To paraphrase a line from Paul Simon, their lives are so common they practically disappear.
Available Nov. 8

Helix: Season 1 (2014)
Summoned to an Arctic research facility to investigate a possible outbreak, a team from the Centers for Disease Control makes a shocking discovery: The outpost is host to a previously unknown virus that could wipe out every human on the planet.
Available Nov. 10

Not Yet Begin the Flight (2012)
After his searing experiences as a pilot in the Vietnam War, retired Marine Eric Hastings turned to fly- fishing to help his personal healing process. As captured in this documentary, Hastings now offers the same solace to today’s wounded warriors.
Available Nov. 11

Director: Dustin Hoffman
This film about four retired opera singers who regroup in their old age is as brilliant and lovingly composed as the operatic pieces that soar through the background. In short, it leaves longing for an encore. In typical Hoffman style, the film tirelessly serves up the driest of humor. But he deserves one for wisdom, too. Quartet is authentic in how it wrestles with the pains of getting old and the inevitable disappointments, but it’s equally sincere in celebrating the joy of a life well lived and refusing to let age keep what one loves from slipping away. 
Available Nov. 11

Total Recall
Arnold plays Quaid, a construction worker dissatisfied with his mundane life and wishing for more excitement in his structured existence. Seeking a break from routine, he impulsively decides to visit a company that offers memory implants designed to provide clients with an exciting, dream-fufilling experience. No sooner has the procedure begun, then Quaid begins remembering that he’s actually a sleeper agent. Or is he? 
Available Nov. 11

La Bare (2014)
Director: Joe Manganiello
Available Nov. 12

Chelsea Peretti: One of the Greats (2014) - Netflix Original
Chelsea Peretti “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” star Chelsea Peretti showcases her diverse talents in this dark yet silly reimagining of her comedy special.
Available Nov. 14

Doc Martin Series 6
Crippled by a sudden and inconvenient fear of blood, flashy surgeon Dr. Martin Ellingham abandons his bustling London practice and sets up shop as a country doctor in this medically minded British sitcom.
Available Nov. 15

Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage (2014)
When an evil sorcerer captures the sultan’s first-born daughter, the fearless sailor Sinbad must traverse a hostile wasteland to bring her back. Danger lurks around every dune in the form of fantastical creatures and sinister magic.
Available Nov. 15

Sabotage (2014)
With Arnold Schwarzenegger lending his intimidating presence, this action drama tracks a crack team of DEA agents plotting their own heist. While they manage to make off with $10 million, the daring thieves are soon being knocked off one by one.
Available Nov. 19

Lilyhammer: Season 3 - Netflix Original
After testifying against the Mafia, ex-gangster Frank Tagliano enters witness protection and asks to be sent to Norway. Despite the peaceful surroundings, it’s not long before Frank strays from the straight and narrow.
Available Nov. 21 

Snowpiercer (2013)
Director: Bong Joon-ho
There is a sequence midway through Snowpiercer that perfectly articulates what makes Korean writer/director Bong Joon-ho among the most dynamic filmmakers currently working. Two armies engage in a no-holds-barred, slow motion-heavy action set piece. Metal clashes against metal, and characters slash through their opponents as if their bodies were made of butter. Based on a French graphic novel and set in a new ice age, this futuristic thriller stars a top-notch ensemble cast.
Available Nov. 22

Ida (2014)
Raised in a Catholic orphanage during the Nazi occupation of Poland, Anna is poised to join the order when she learns she has a surviving aunt. But visiting the woman before taking her vows uncovers some inconvenient truths about her heritage.
Available Nov. 22

Nikita: Season 4
Nikita is one of the most highly skilled assassins on the planet, and her target is the mysterious corporation that created her. The Division, as it’s known, picks up at-risk teens to train as killers, and Nikita will do anything to bring it down.
Available Nov. 22

Happy Christmas
Director: Joe Swanberg
It’s about a girl (Anna Kendrick) who's kind of a mess and goes to live with her sister Lena Dunham and Melanie Lynskey costar. Writer-director Joe Swanberg’s latest is agreeably loose-limbed, touching on family and the crucial differences between people in their 20s and their 30s. And although it lacks a great thematic hook like Swanberg’s recent Drinking Buddies, Happy Christmas still boasts plenty of modest pleasures thanks to its gentle observations and likable manner.
Available Nov. 23

War Story (2014)
After being held hostage in Libya, a war photographer struggles to cope with PTSD and takes some time off to heal in Sicily, where she tries to help a Tunisian immigrant who desperately needs an abortion.
Available Nov. 25

Bomb Girls: Season 3
Focusing on a group of women working in a Canadian munitions factory during World War II, this ensemble drama depicts the dangers and new experiences they face. While drawn from diverse backgrounds, the women soon form strong bonds with their peers.
Available Nov. 26

VeggieTales in the House (2014) - Netflix Original
The beloved faith-based brand hits the small screen with a fresh new look and all-new adventures. Join Bob the Tomato, Larry the Cucumber, and all their veggie friends as they explore new areas of their wondrous house while singing catchy, original songs included in each episode. Perfect for young families, this laugh-out-loud comedy seamlessly weaves good moral values into each episode in a fun, exciting way for Veggie lovers of all ages.
Available Nov. 26

The One I Love
Director: Charlie McDowell
The One I Love, a comedy-drama, gives playful yet thoughtful treatment of issues of trust and fading passion in marriage. Strong performances from Mark Duplass and Elisabeth Moss are the highlight of a movie that may make married people nod in recognition but also shudder a little, too. 
Available Nov. 29


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