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Submitted by movieshateyoutoo 714d ago | opinion piece

Entering the Netflix Stream: December 2012

Nicholas Herum of Movies Hates You Too writes:

New Releases for the month of December are a little light; there isn't a high profile film that is going to attract a lot attention, but there is a lovely family film and three films that could interest a lot of adults. On the catalog title front things are little more interesting; if you love 'bad' 80s action, horror, talkative or 'actiony' dramas, or one of TV's most shockingly funny shows there might be a lot things to watch while you try to ignore your family during the holidays. If there are a lot of kids in your household the first waive of Disney animated films to be added to Netflix may keep them busy while you try to get a few minutes of peace. (Hugo, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Netflix, Take This Waltz, The King's Speech, Transformers Prime, VOD, Young Adult)

ReconHope  +   713d ago
been meaning to get around to watching sunny in philadelphia. hear it's good.
aDDicteD  +   712d ago
good list, definitely want to see hugo for the 2nd time.

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