And we’re back. After an August bereft of interesting new releases on Netflix Instant Watch (Tangled and The Expendables were the only notable titles), it’s time to get back into the swing of things with a great set of new movies available to stream beginning September 1st.
Thunderball (PG | 1965)
Flickchart Ranking: #1070
Other James Bond Movies available to stream on Thursday include:
You Only Live Twice (1967 – Sean Connery)
On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969 – George Lazenby)
Diamonds are Forever (1971 – Sean Connery)
Live and Let Die (1973 – Roger Moore)
The Man with the Golden Gun (1975 – Roger Moore) – My personal favorite
The Spy Who Loved Me (1977 – Roger Moore)
Moonraker (1979 – Roger Moore)
For Your Eyes Only (1981 – Roger Moore)
Never Say Never Again (1983 – Sean Connery)
Octopussy (1983 – Roger Moore)
A View to a Kill (1985 – Roger Moore)
The Living Daylights (1987 – Timothy Dalton)
License to Kill (1989 – Timothy Dalton)
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Believe it or not, this summer has already brought us three movies based on comics or graphic novels. Some have done quite well for their franchises (Thor, X-Men: First Class) while others haven’t been so lucky (Priest). This weekend brings about the fourth of these films, Green Lantern, which is DC Comics first summer film since last year’s train wreck Jonah Hex. With new films in the Superman and Batman franchises on the way, Green Lantern is DC’s best bet for a hit until those other superhero monstrosities are released. But before you check out the newest superhero film of this summer, check out some of these under ranked films from the stars of Green Lantern.
There are a ton of smaller movies on DVD and Blu-ray this week. Take a look…
|Rank it amongst the best thriller movies of all time.
Flickchart Ranking: #1562
Ryan Reynolds gets buried alive.
|Rank it amongst the best crime thriller movies of all time.
Flickchart Ranking: #2151
Look at that win percentage! From what I hear, imagine if Scorsese was Australian and this is what you’d end up with. This movie also furthers my theory that Guy Pearce is incapable of making a bad movie.
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