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Available On Netflix Streaming In January
Netflix Streaming release new movies and TV shows each month to its streaming library.
For only $8 a month you can have unlimited access to thousands movies and T.V. shows. Netflix is one of the best entertainment values out there for the money.
Netflix also offers a free monthly trail so if you have not tried it go sign up and get free access to these movies and shows for a month.
Two of the best options for viewing this month on Netflix Streaming include, the British import Wallander and the Indie film, Sleepwalk With Me, find reviews of both below.
- The English Patient
- The Last of The Mohicans
- The Presidio
- Red Dawn
- The Paper Chase
- Sexy Beast
- Young Adult
- The Adventures of Tintin
- Portlandia Season 2
- Sleepwalk With Me
- Jeff Who Lives At Home
- One For The Money
- The Devil Inside
- The Usual Suspects
- The Forgotten
- Last Ride
- Putin’s Kiss
- Army Wives
- The Loneliest Planet
- The Highest Pass
- Genetic Chile
Best New Show On Netflix Streaming In December:
A new show available on Netflix Streaming in January is the British television series Wallander.
Wallander stars Kenneth Branagh as a police inspector who has a hard time coming to terms with the crimes he solves.
Kenneth Branagh, who recently directed the film, Thor, is an excellent actor who brings the Inspector to life in Wallander. Branagh plays a complex character struggling to care for his Father who has Alzheimer’s and at the same time keep up with the demands of his job.
One of the benefits of the Netflix Streaming service is to get access to shows you may not have been exposed to. Wallander is an exceptional British import which is worth the $8 Netflix subscription fee in and of itself.
Movie Pick Of The Month In December
Sleepwalk With Me
Sleepwalk with me is dark comedy about the life of a stand-up comic who also struggles with a sleepwalking disorder.
This little understood disorder is explored in Sleepwalk With Me in which the main character gets into several predicaments, some humorous and some scary, due to the disorder.
The film works well primarily because we as the audience can empathize with the main character. Although, most of us, thankfully, will never experience a sleep walking episode we certainly can imagine the extreme frustration that must accompany the disorder.
Imagine, for instance, waking up in the middle of the night and eating an entire cake, having no memory of it the next day.
Sleepwalk With Me is a little seen, but excellent film available this month on Netflix Streaming.