New Netflix Instant Streaming for November 2013 Big List!


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  • Across the Tracks (1989) Early Brad Pitt, late Ricky Schroder.
  • The Addams Family (1991) Just in time for… oh, wait.
  • The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension (1984) I wasn’t as impressed with this as I’d hoped. Perhaps I should have watched it in the ’80s.
  • Bad Boys (1983) Sean Penn punches photographers, no wait…
  • Best Defense (1984) Dudley Moore and Eddie Murphy, at the time it seemed like a dream pairing.
  • Big Top Pee-Wee (1988)
  • Blacula (1972) Just in time for… oh, wait. Finally! I’ve been wanting to see this for years!
  • The Bounty (1984) Impressive cast: Mel Gibson, Anthony Hopkins, Laurence Olivier, Edward Fox, Daniel Day-Lewis, Bernard Hill, and Liam Neeson.
  • Brighton Beach Memoirs (1986) Neil Simon so it’s likely funny with a fair amount of pathos.
  • Broadcast News (1987) The always amazing William Hurt, Albert Brooks, and Holly Hunter.
  • Caligula (1979) I doubt this is the “full” version of the movie. This is the rare case where the director’s cut is shorter than the producer’s cut.
  • Cheech & Chong’s Next Movie (1980)
  • Colors (1988) Directed by Dennis Hopper, stars Robert Duvall and Sean Penn as cops. Look for Don Cheadle and Damon Wayans.
  • Death Becomes Her (1992) Just in time for… oh, wait. Meryl Streep, Bruce Willis, Goldie Hawn, Isabella Rossellini, directed by Robert Zemeckis.
  • Desperate Hours (1990) Michael Cimino directs Mickey Rourke, Anthony Hopkins, and Mimi Rogers.
  • Escape to Witch Mountain (1975) A Disney favorite of many.
  • The Falcon and the Snowman (1985) Sean Penn again! This is based on the book by Robert Lindsey, which also happens to be my name. I wish some of his royalty checks would find their way to my house.
  • Flesh + Blood (1985) Rutger Hauer, Jennifer Jason Leigh in a sword movie directed by Paul Verhoeven.
  • For the Boys (1991) The Mighty James Caan. With Bette Midler and George Segal.
  • Gallipoli (1981) Peter Weir directs Mel Gibson in this great movie about some Australians in WWI.
  • The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid (1972) I’ve heard a lot about this one. Has Robert Duvall as Jesse James and Cliff Robertson as Cole Younger.
  • The Great Outdoors (1988) John Candy is always fun, but his movies aren’t always so good.
  • High Noon (1952) The classic Western. Gary Copper and Grace Kelly.
  • Iceman (1984) I don’t know that this kind of a movie could be made anymore. A serious take on a Neanderthal thawed out and revived. Stars Timothy Hutton.
  • Mad Dog Morgan (1976) Another Australian movie. Stars Dennis Hopper though.
  • Malone (1987) I think Burt Reynolds is due some re-evaluation and respect for his films.Cliff Robertson is in it too.
  • Last Tango in Paris (1972)
  • Messenger of Death (1988) Charles Bronson seeking revenge.
  • National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989) Just in time!
  • Ray Harryhausen: Special Effects Titan (2011) Harryhausen was a genius.
  • Say Anything… (1989) I know everyone loves this, and I enjoy it, but it just doesn’t grab me the way it seems to everyone else. The funny thing is, I loved director Cameron Crowe’s Elizabethtown, which everyone else seems to hate.
  • Silent Running (1971) Bruce Dern. Something about destroying trees in spaceships.
  • Silver Bullet (1985) Just in time for… oh, wait.
  • Teen Wolf (1985) Just in time for… oh, wait.
  • Urban Cowboy (1980)
  • The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977) We love Pooh at our house.
  • Black Sabbath (1964) Directed by Mario Bava, 3 tales starring Boris Karloff and a bunch of Italians. This one actually was out in time for Halloween, but I didn’t get around to posting it.
  • Wake in Fright (1971) I’ve been reading A LOT about this Australian film that was thought lost for many years, recently rediscovered in Pennsylvania or something crazy. Appearently there’s a pretty brutal kangaroo hunt that’s not staged, but it’s getting pretty high marks.

3 thoughts on “New Netflix Instant Streaming for November 2013 Big List!

  1. Yeah, Buckaroo Banzai didn’t do much for me either, but it was decent. Big Top Pee-wee and Teen Wolf were much bigger disappointments for me. So much meh… A shame, really. :/


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