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Submitted by movieshateyoutoo 943d ago | opinion piece

Entering the Netflix Stream: January 2013

Nicholas of Movies Hate You Too writes:

This January Netflix Streaming brings a lot of new films including one of the top grossing films of 2011, several new found footage horror films, Danny DeVito protects the environment, some independent releases, and a straight-to-DVD sequel of a Jason Statham ‘classic’. As usual Netflix has added plenty of catalog films to their lineup as well as including one of Schwarzenegger’s best action films, a gang cult classic, Ferris Bueller takes on Burger King’s most famous sandwich, Keyser Söze brings together the usual suspects, Sean Connery defects, and fish people leave the sea to meet the available women of the Northwest. (388 Arletta Avenue, Death Race 3: Inferno, Jeff, Who Lives at Home, Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol, Netflix, One for the Money, Red Lights, The Devil Inside, The Lorax, V/H/S, VOD)

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