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Preview: Netflix New Releases This Week

New Releases This Week



New movies at Netflix this week



 



Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows
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The valiant crime-stopping team of Michelangelo, Raphael, Donatello and Leonardo return to action in a new armored battle wagon, determined to protect New York City from a ruthless new menace.



The Huntsman: Winter's War
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This prequel to "Snow White and the Huntsman" returns to the fairy-tale fantasy world created by the Brothers Grimm, centering on the lives of Ravenna and the Huntsman before the appearance of Snow White.



The Nice Guys
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Set in 1970s Los Angeles, this noirish mystery tracks a private eye who teams with a hired bruiser to investigate a missing persons case and a porn star's suspicious suicide. In the process, the pair stumbles onto evidence of a vast conspiracy.



DC Super Hero Girls: Hero of the Year
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It's up Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Batgirl and Bumblebee at Super Hero High to stop Dark Opal from stealing their valued possessions to form the ultimate weapon in this DC animated feature!



Rodeo & Juliet
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Juliet is forced to return to her mom's family ranch after the death of her grandfather. Feeling like a fish out of water, she wants nothing more than to leave the ranch and return to the city—until she meets a neighbor boy she's forbidden to see because of a family feud…and a horse destined to change her life forever.



Cat People
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The first of the horror films producer Val Lewton (The Body Snatcher, I Walked with a Zombie) made for RKO Pictures redefined the genre by leaving its most frightening terrors to its audience's imagination. Simone Simon (La bête humaine) stars as a Serbian émigré in Manhattan who believes that, because of an ancient curse, any physical intimacy with the man she loves (Kent Smith) will turn her into a feline predator. Lewton, a consummate producer-auteur who oversaw every aspect of his projects, found an ideal director in Jacques Tourneur (Out of the Past), a chiaroscuro stylist adept at keeping viewers off-kilter with startling compositions and psychological innuendo.



Pelé: Birth of a Legend
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Growing up in Brazil with little money, Edson Arantes do Nascimento -- later known as Pelé -- had a passion for soccer. Blessed with ample talent, at age 17 he led the nation's team to its first World Cup win, recounted in this rags-to-riches biopic.



Wedding Doll
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Mildly mentally challenged, Hagit works at a toilet-paper factory by day and crafts wedding dolls with the leftover materials by night. Longing for romance, she finds it with the plant owner's son -- to the dismay of her fiercely protective mother.



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Newly fired from her job and abandoned by her husband, Magda learns she has breast cancer. But any inclination toward self-pity is erased the same day, when the man she meets at her son's soccer game receives shattering news about his wife and child.



Colliding Dreams
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Taking a considered look at the history of conflict between Israel and the Palestinian people, this comprehensive documentary explores Zionism's ideals and aims, and the difficulty of finding compromise in a land scarred by decades of hostility.



Under the Sun
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This intriguing documentary centers on 8-year-old Zin-mi, who's about to join North Korea's Children's Union on the "Day of the Shining Star": Kim Jong Il's birthday. As the film crew follows Zin-mi and her parents, state watchdogs are ever present.



2 Broke Girls: Season 5
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After their involvement in the dramatic chaos surrounding Oleg and Sophie's wedding, Max and Caroline look forward to regaining some normality in their lives -- but that's not what's in store for them.



Blue Bloods: Season 6
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As the series rolls into its sixth season, the extended Reagan family continues to devote themselves to keeping the Big Apple safe, with embattled Police Commissioner Frank Reagan at the helm.



Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders: Season 1
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Assigned to a special department of the FBI, seasoned criminal investigator Jack Garrett and his team are tasked with rescuing U.S. citizens from perilous and sometimes lethal situations outside the nation's borders.



Midsomer Murders: Series 18
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The English village mystery gets a contemporary spin in this hit British television series that has earned a worldwide following. Bucolic settings harbor macabre crimes and eccentric characters that are no match for DCI John Barnaby and his assistant, DS Charlie Nelson. Delightful in a murderously charming way.



Modern Family: Season 7
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Jay Pritchett and the rest of his wacky clan continue to stretch and test family values. Just as Claire and Phil's kids are beginning to leave the nest, Jay has to confront the challenge of raising a child all over again.



The Good Wife: Season 7
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In this season of the legal drama, Alicia gets a new office and some new colleagues -- including a veteran investigator named Alex. Meanwhile, hubby Peter hires a campaign strategist as he eyes a run for the Oval Office.



The Originals: Season 3
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As the rift between vampire brothers Elijah and Klaus grows ever wider, Marcel and Davina rule New Orleans -- but under a different status quo. Meanwhile, Vincent and Cami get embroiled in a mystery involving the city's newest resident.