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Comic Book Super HerosLawrence Stone
There's nothing better than my favorite super heroes kicking some butt!
Sometimes I CryLawrence Stone
Movies & TV shows that make me cry are actually pretty common. Here are the ones that pull the biggest flow.
New to NetflixBradley Furnish
Lets start 2014 on the right foot. Thanks to some keen observers on Reddit we have a list of films newly available on Netflix streaming. Hunker down for the rest of winter and check out these classics.
Feast On These Thanksgiving MoviesJunkyardArts
The holidays are ripe for storytelling, and when families are forced to come together and feast for a night, well, there's never a dull moment. Here are the best movies to watch around Thanksgiving. Bon appetit!
Streaming the 2013 Emmy WinnersBradley Furnish
Desptie all of the buzz around the Netflix originals, it was a banner year for the big players and cable networks. Even with the broadcast networks bringing home the accolades, you can still watch many of these great shows without a hefty subscription.
An amazing number of documentaries are created and released every year. Straight from our girl Alicia, here are some of the most compelling. From sushi to tight rope walking - this list has it all.
Top Movies Made On A Shoestring Budget (Under $100,000)Lawrence Stone
What's even better than a giant budget and all the best special FX? Almost anything. But there's not much better than a truly great story shot on a shoestring budget. I'm a fan of real - and that's about as real as it gets.
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Born into a civilization in the distant future, Beatrice is a teenager who learns that her unique cognitive skills make her useful to the authorities. Over time she discovers that she's a Divergent, and thus slated for elimination by the government.
Racial tensions come out of the woodwork when an upper-class white couple (Jane Wyatt and Andrew Duggan) puts their suburban home on the market and the listing draws a pair of equally well-to-do African American buyers from Harlem. Fielder Cook directs this Broadway staging of playwright Arkady Leokum's exploration of lingering racial prejudice in 1970s America. Cicely Tyson and Raymond St. Jacques also star.