20 Best Movies Coming To Netflix in January

20 Best Movies Coming To Netflix in January

11.01.2022 Off By manager_1

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When you turn on Netflix, do you feel lost in the multitude of options? You want to be up-to-date on all the new TV shows and movies that are available on this massive streaming service? Even more important, do you want to be able to catch the best shows before they disappear? Relax. Relax. All the details are here.

  • Midnight in Paris (2011)

Woody Allen’s most famous film features an actor (Owen Wilson), who spends every night in the 1920s City of Light with Hemingway and the Fitzgeralds, Gertrude Steins, Gauguin, Picassos, Dali, Dali, and Josephine Baker. You’re invited!

  • True Grit (2010)

One of the most memorable Westerns features Jeff Bridges as Rooster Cogburn (hard-drinking marshal). Mattie Ross (Hailee Sternfeld), recruits Bridges to help her hunt for her father’s murderer. Pilgrim, Bridges was better than John Wayne’s 1969 version.

  • The Wedding Singer (1998)

Even Adam Sandler-haters were able to smile at this ’80s-nostalgia charmer about an artist reduced to singing for nuptials, and trying to steal Drew Barrymore from her fiancé.

  • Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)

Rare sequel that is better than the original. Arnold Schwarzenegger is a great robot assassin who has a heart of gold. Linda Hamilton’s transformation into a badass battle-ax from a girly victim is a highlight. The Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, and Terminator Salvation are also new to Netflix.

  • Runaway Bride (1999)

Although the script isn’t as hot as the stars’ chemistry, Julia Roberts’s and Richard Gere make for a fun couple: a shy bride and a journalist who wants to bring her down.

  • Taxi Driver (1976)

The best Scorsese film, with Robert De Niro playing a taxi driver with a heart like an atom and a desire to rescue a youngster from the streets (Jodie Foster).

  • Braveheart (1995)

Mel Gibson portrays William Wallace, the 13th-century Scottish independence fighter. You English bedwetting types, take that!

  • The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011)

Rooney Mara was a big star for her role as the tough chick with a head of tech who assists Daniel Craig in solving a 40-year old murder. The 2009 Swedish version was almost as impressive.

  • Interview with the Vampire (1994)

An uneven, but stylish adaptation of Anne Rice’s vampire story starring Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt. Christian Slater, Antonio Banderas, Kirsten Dunst, and Christian Slater also star.

  • Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)

Johnny Depp does a good job as Willie Wonka, the subversive children’s book by Roald Dahl.

  • Big Fish (2003)

Tim Burton’s warmest movie stars Albert Finney as a father who infuriates his son Billy Crudup (Billy Crudup), and tells tall stories about his magical past in a traveling circus managed by Danny DeVito.

  • Cadillac Records (2008)

Although not the most impressive script, Chess Records was a great source of American music from the 1940s through the 1960s. However, it did inspire some amazing music such as Etta James (Beyonce Knowles), Howlin’ Wolf, Eamonn Walker, Chuck Berry (Mos Def), Muddy waters (Jeffrey Wright), and Little Walter (Columbus Short).

  • Annie (1982)

Although it was more impressive on stage, you can’t beat the cast of this wonderful musical about an orphanage: Carol Burnett as Miss Hannigan; Albert Finney as Daddy Warbucks; plus Tim Curry, Bernadette Peers, and Edward Herrmann.

  • Phantom Thread (2017)

In 1950s London, a genius dressmaker meets the intoxicating force of a young girl (Vicki Krieps). But his sister Lesley Manville packs even more power.

  • Ozark, Season 4

The final season of Netflix’s biggest hit series finds a casino-owning couple (Jason Bateman & Laura Linney) caught between the Mexican mob and homegrown drug thugs and a smart, peeved former worker (Julia Garner).

  • Munich, The Edge of War (2022)

Jeremy Irons portrays the British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain. He is risky in his negotiations with Hitler in 1938 while his secretary talks behind the scenes to an old Oxford chum, who’s now on the German side.

  • The Woman in the House Across from the Girl in the Window (2022)

Kristen Bell stars in this well-deserved satire on thrillers with similar names.

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  • Home Team (2022)

Kevin James (Paul Blart, Mall Cop) is inspired by a true story. He plays an ex-NFL coach who oversees his 12-year old son’s peewee football program.

  • Betty White: First Lady Television

This documentary is a thrilling and entertaining look at Mary Tyler Moore, the TV pioneer. She plays Mary Tyler Moore’s catty colleague. It only gets better as she approaches her 100th anniversary.

  • Twilight (2008)

Critics hate it, but zillions of people love it (some even admit to it), and this is their last chance for them to binge-watch the teen-vampire hit (and its four sequels).

  • Mystic River (2003)

Clint Eastwood’s masterful, dark adaptation of Dennis Lehane’s mystery is a masterful work of cinematography. It features three former schoolmates who are caught up in a tragedy 25-years later: Sean Penn, a hotheaded excon, Tim Robbins, a traumatized victim of assault, all suspected of killing the con’s daughter and Kevin Bacon, the cop investigating the case.