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Streaming Movies and Television Shows Added in November 2015
Ever since Netflix stopped letting people know what’s been subtracted from their Instant streaming lineup, it’s been a little difficult to keep track of what’s coming and going in their library.
So the purpose of this post – which will be continually updated on this site as new movies and television shows are added to the Netflix Instant streaming lineup – is to keep you, the dedicated Netflix Instant streamer, apprised of what new additions should be watched immediately, or should go on your queue but not be considered a top viewing priority.
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Best Netflix Instant Streaming Added in November 2015
W/ Bob and David – New Netflix Instant Streaming (November 2015)
New to Netflix (October 2015)
Now we’re back in the swing of things with plenty of great new streaming titles for Netflix Instant users.
Master of None (November 6) – Fans of Parks and Recreation will be glad to hear that the former Tom Haverford, Aziz Ansari, will be putting his considerable clout to use on his own Netflix original series. Details are somewhat scarce at the moment, but given Ansari’s interest in modern romance, Master of None is sure to feature the comedian’s misadventures with, and insights into, dating in the 21st century.
W/ Bob and David (November 13) – Without wanting to play favorites, this is the big one of November. Mr. Show with Bob and David is in that rarefied realm of comedy hall of fame occupied by Monty Python, Richard Pryor, and the first 9 years of The Simpsons. Now Bob Odenkirk and David Cross have reassembled the Mr. Show crew (many of which have gone on to major comedy careers themselves) to bring their gloriously twisted sense of humor to Netflix Instant. November 13th can’t come soon enough.
Call Me Lucky (November 13) – One of the year’s best documentaries comes from director Bobcat Goldthwait. Call My Lucky explores the astounding career and harrowing personal life of Barry Crimmins, a fiercely opinionated comedian of intimidating integrity and tremendous insight. Crimmins’ life story is troubling, to be certain, but Call Me Lucky provides a perfect opportunity to catch up on a comedian that mainstream success has mostly eluded.
Blue Caprice (November 14) – Sure, a moody drama that documents the story behind the DC Beltway sniper shootings of 2002 may not be everybody’s idea of a good time, but Blue Caprice is a movie of rare lyricism and eerie sadness. So, if you can stomach the upsetting topic, it’s worth your time.
Marvel’s Jessica Jones (November 20) – This is probably Netflix Instant’s big original showpiece for the month of November. For those not in the know, Marvel’s Jessica Jones will take place within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and follows a former superhero (Krysten Ritter, in the title role) who’s working as a private detective in Hell’s Kitchen, NYC. So if you want to be up on everything Marvel, there’s no excuse for missing this.
Other Great Streaming Movies & TV Shows
Since other streaming sites are stepping up their games to compete with Netflix Instant, we thought we’d highlight some of their best options. Everything you’ll see in this section is available from Amazon Prime Instant.
The Craft – Well, perhaps putting this in Netflix’s library the day after Halloween is a bit of a curious decision, but better late than never, right? The Craft is by no stretch a horror classic, but this somewhat unintentionally campy film about a high-schooler (Robin Tunney) who falls in with a coven (which turns out to be a bad decision) certainly occupies a soft spot in the hearts of people who grew up in the ’90s.
Awakenings (November 5) – There are probably better ways to pay tribute to the late, great author and neurologist Oliver Sacks than by streaming a movie, but Awakenings – co-written by Sacks and based on his book of the same name – has virtues beyond being an opportunity to celebrate Sacks’ work. Robin Williams plays a doctor (based on Sacks) whose experimental medicine helps catatonic patients, well, awaken, and their resulting confusion is heartbreakingly and sensitively rendered.
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus (November 5) – Likely this movie will always be remembered as the one Heath Ledger was working on when he died, necessitating rewrites that allowed Johnny Depp, Jude Law, and Colin Farrell to share Ledger’s role. It’s certainly not in the top-tier of Terry Gilliam’s work, but it’s got a freewheeling and often grungy imagination (as the title indicates) that makes it worth a watch. Plus an opportunity to see Ledger work one last time is worth it.
Ex Machina (November 14) – It’s always worth celebrating when one of the best movies of the year comes straight to free streaming, and that’s just what is happening with Ex Machina on Amazon Prime Instant Video. Domnhall Gleeson plays a computer programmer who’s invited to the secluded home of a technological genius (Oscar Isaac) to evaluate the “real” properties of an A.I. woman (Alicia Vikander). It’s an eerie, gorgeous, and often darkly funny sci-fi mind-bender that we can’t wait to re-watch.
Top Five (November 28) – Fairly described as writer/director/star Chris Rock’s most personal work to date, Top Five follows comedian-superstar Andre Allen as he prepares for the release of his dramatic passion project while sparring with an entertainment reporter (Rosario Dawson). Rock still looks like he’s trying a little too hard as an actor, and the movie is similarly over-written (Rock has a clear affection for Woody Allen), but there’s enough heart and humor in the movie to make it worth a stream.
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