Some great new Netflix additions to enjoy over the bank holiday weekend.
A dozen movie additions for all Netflix subscribers in Ireland and the UK, starting with…
BEVERLY HILLS COP
Did you know this movie was originally written for Sylvester Stallone? Sometimes things just find a way of working out for the best on their own…
As we mentioned earlier this week, Netflix has just added one of the best revenge movies of recent years.
Emma Stone headlines this tremendous teen comedy about a high school student who develops a reputation, but uses it to her advantage. Stanley Tucci, Lisa Kudrow, Patricia Clarkson, Penn Badgley, Amanda Bynes, Thomas Hayden Church, Fred Armisen, Cam Gigagnet and Malcolm McDowell fill out the stacked supporting cast.
Considered by many to be one of the best romantic comedies of all time, with perma-grouch Bill Murray forced to live through the same day over and over again until he gets it just right.
Yes, it is a Christmas movie, but there really is now bad time to watch this Ryan Reynolds comedy, which is completely stolen out from under him by every scene featuring Anna Faris.
LADYBUG & CAT NOIR: AWAKENING
The feature length movie based on the popular animated series. It has 50% on Rotten Tomatoes, but maybe the kids will love it?
An average crime drama, with a crime kingpin (Harvey Keitel) detailing his life story to a down-on-his-luck writer (Sam Worthington).
MARK CAVENDISH: NEVER ENOUGH
A Netflix exclusive sports documentary, telling the life story of a brilliant cyclist through his relationships with his family and teammates.
With a Rotten Tomatoes score of 85%, this Japanese animated sci-fi psychological thriller could be worth seeking out, if you’re in the mood for something completely different.
George Clooney and Nicole Kidman headline this action-packed political thriller.
UNTOLD: JAKE PAUL – THE PROBLEM CHILD
Another exclusive Netflix sports documentary, this time focusing on the incredibly famous influencer who ditched the media personality career in favour of becoming a boxer.
Thomas Jane, Jason Patrick and the late Anne Heche star in this thriller about a family on holiday who realise their daughter has suddenly disappeared without a trace.