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Posted December 8, 2014 by DavidRyanM in featured
 
 

Top 20 Things To Watch On Netflix Streaming


 

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With so much to watch on Netflix, it can get pretty overwhelming. To help you choose something we think you’d enjoy, we have put together two top ten lists of what we recommend you watch over everything else. 

 

Mike’s # 10) “Starlet” (2012)

starlet

A movie that really surprised me. A simple plot about an unlikely friendship. Very well acted by the two leads.

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David’s #10) “Destiny Turns On the Radio (1995)

DestinyThis film is a mindless watch, but one that has its moments. The acting is purposely over-the-top and the story is even weirder, but I found myself completely hooked.

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Mike’s #9) “How I Live Now” (2013)

this isVery unique post-apocalyptic film, with a dynamite performance by Saoirse Ronan. She puts the whole weight of the film on her shoulders and delivers.

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David’s #9) “Prince Avalanche” (2013)

PrinceSometimes comedic, sometimes heartbreaking, Emile Hirsch and Paul Rudd deliver captivating performances of two guys at different stages in their life trying to find out who they really are.

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Mike’s #8) “Witching and Bitching (2013)

witchingSuper fun, witty, and original. I went in thinking it sounded weird, and came out loving it.

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David’s #8) “World’s Greatest Dad” (2009)

WorldsA dark comedy that prides itself on being brutally honest about suicide and what happens to those left behind. Robin Williams plays the father of Kyle Clayton and, after Kyle accidentally kills himself, Williams uses his death to better his own life.

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Mike’s #7) “Kiss of the Damned” (2012)

kiss of the damnedGreat cinematography and an awesome score are what made this vampire flick really fun for me. Probably the most underrated “Vamp” film of the 2000s

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David’s #7) “Where the Buffalo Roam” (1980)

Where the BuffaloEveryone knows Johnny Depp portrayed Hunter S. Thompson and did an amazing job. What most missed out on was Bill Murray playing the role eighteen years earlier. Just as insane, and just as funny, Murray gives one of his better performances and one everyone should watch.

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Mike’s #6) “Filth” (2013)

filthMcAvoy’s best performance to date. This film floored me with it’s pitch black humor and plot that kept me guessing until the end.

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David’s #6) “Whitey: USA Vs. James J Bulger” (2014)

WhiteyA man that was given full immunity by the FBI to kill whomever he wanted, and takes anything he desired, has been caught after 16 years on the lam. Whitey Bulger is finally brought to trial for the crimes he committed, yet the story takes a different turn.

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Mike’s #5) “The One I Love” (2014)

the one i loveTrippy, interesting, and sad are three words I would use to describe “The One I Love”. The most out of the box look at relationships since “Eternal Sunshine”.

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David’s #5) “Kill List” (2011)

Kill ListCompletely skipping being put into any one category, Kill List stands alone as one of the more creative films to come out in the past couple of years. Paganism, hit men, drama, this film packs it all into one movie watching experience.

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Mike’s #4) “Ravenous” (1999)

ravenousIt blows my mind how underrated a horror film “Ravenous” is. It has it all! Tension, suspense, crazy kills, and an eerie vibe that never relents.

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David’s #4) “Oculus” (2013)

OculusFinally! A horror movie that truly terrifies its audience. Trapped in a house, brother and sister try to destroy an artifact that takes reality and shapes it however it sees fit.

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Mike’s #3) “Jesus Camp” (2006)

jesus campEye opening and disturbing. I would put this high on my list of the scariest movies of all time.

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David’s #3) “Snowpiercer” (2013)

SnowpiercerBrilliantly combining the best parts of American and Foreign cinema, Snowpiercer is set in a dystopian world that has eliminated the middle class. Now those in the lower half decide to fight back.

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Mike’s #2) “Resolution” (2012)

resolutionBrilliant film from beginning to end. Great concept, great acting and an equally great ending make this one of the best movies available on Netflix.

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David’s #2) “Peaky Blinders” (2013-)

Peaky BlindersRounding out my top two are television shows, and ones you should watch immediately, starting with Peaky Blinders. A crime family that will take whatever it wants and corrupting or killing anyone who stands in their way. Brilliant story telling propelled by interesting drama and action.

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Mike’s #1) “Blue Ruin” (2013)

blue ruinBest indie film of 2014 (and Wes Anderson films don’t count). Macon Blair deserves an Oscar nomination for his portrayal of a man who is consumed by revenge. The last time I was this surprised by a movie was when I watched “Primer” for the first time.

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David’s #1) “Black Mirror” (2011-)

Black MirrorEach episode is its own story. Each one deals with the human condition and the way technology is shaping our futures. On point writing, great acting, and cool accents, this British TV show demands you stop whatever you’re doing and binge watch it.

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