Preview: Netflix New Releases This Week
New Releases This Week
New movies at Netflix this week
For years, Hong Kong detective Bennie Black has been trying to put ruthless crime lord Victor Wong out of business. When Bennie's niece gets ensnared in Wong's world, the gumshoe partners with a motormouthed American gambler to save her.
When a career accountant reconnects with a former classmate who now works as a CIA operative, the mild-mannered number-cruncher soon finds himself waist deep in a lethal counterespionage operation.
Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates
Stuck without dates for their cousin's wedding, Stangle brothers Mike and Dave turn to the Internet and soon attract a flood of offers. But the two women the siblings end up selecting turn out to be far more unbridled than expected.
Who Gets the Dog?
Alicia Silverstone and Ryan Kwanten star in this heartfelt romantic comedy about what happens when puppy love goes to the dogs. After six years of marriage, successful physician Olive (Silverstone) and her struggling ice hockey hubby Clay (Kwanten) decide to call it quits. And although the split is amicable, they both want custody of their beloved dog Wesley. Facing a court-ordered 60-day review to determine who'll get custody, Olive and Clay each try their doggone best to win over the judge -- and the pooch. But no matter who "wins," everyone will lose -- unless man's best friend can somehow reunite the couple in this fun, charming story.
In this inventive tale that blends live action and animation, smug filmmaker Edward, would-be novelist Michelle and insecure cartoonist Emma each create a story about one of the others while existing in different realities.
Hired to lend a hand to a single mother diagnosed with cancer, Henry Joseph Church wins the hearts of mom Marie Brody and daughter Charlie through his cooking, establishing a bond that lasts long beyond Marie's death and Charlie's childhood.
Directed by acclaimed filmmaker Hany Abu-Assad, this fascinating biopic dramatizes the life story of wedding singer Mohammad Assaf, who surmounted the odds and became the first Palestinian vocalist to win "Arab Idol."
The best-selling video-game franchise comes to life in this epic adventure that pits humans against orcs as warriors from the dying planet of Draenor attempt to take over the human-controlled world of Azeroth.
After becoming involved in an online version of "Truth or Dare," young Vee soon realizes that the game is anything but an innocent lark as her audience of anonymous "watchers" begins to manipulate her life in dangerous ways.
For decades, Meridith Lane (Amanda Wyss, A Nightmare on Elm Street) has felt trapped in her home. Thriving on memories of youth, she watches the years slip by while caring for her abusive father...until a figure from her past makes a surprising return. In order to live the life she desires, Meridith must confront her father's monstrous cruelty and attempt to escape his tyrannical grip. But the man who controls her every move won't let go without a fight, leading father and daughter into a series of desperate and irreversible acts.
The Purge: Election Year
In the same horrific future conjured in the original, this second grisly sequel follows the struggles of average citizens frantically trying once again to survive the Purge's 12 hours of legalized mayhem and murder.
This well-put-together documentary profiles seven New York City women in their 60s through their 90s, whose snappy style decidedly disproves the notion that advanced years and glamour are mutually exclusive.
Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict
This engaging documentary recalls the remarkable and often-scandalous life of one of the 20th century's greatest art collectors: Peggy Guggenheim, who helped establish the reputations of several landmark artists of her era, including Jackson Pollock.