MoviesNew to Netflix: April 2020

New to Netflix: April 2020

New to Netflix: April 2020

This month, Netflix has a slew of films and shows that will be added to their platform to help us all through the rest of quarantine. Below is a curated list of what will be added, as well as a few films we’ve retrospectively reviewed, since it can be so easy to accidentally scroll past a brilliant movie due to the overwhelming amount of choices.

April 1st

  1. The Hangover
  2. Killer Clowns from Outer Space
  3. Lethal Weapon (1-4)
  4. The Matrix (as well as Reloaded and Revolutions)
  5. Minority Report
  6. Mortal Kombat
  7. Mud
  8. The Perks of Being a Wallflower
  9. Sherlock Holmes
  10. The Social Network
  11. Soul Plane
  12. Taxi Driver

April 2nd – April 16th

  1. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (4/2)
  2. The Killing of a Sacred Deer (4/5)
  3. Despicable Me (4/16)
  4. Hail, Caesar! (4/16)

April 18th – April 30th

  1. The Green Hornet (4/18)
  2. Middleton & Schwartz (4/22)
  3. The Artist (4/25)
  4. Django Unchained (4/25)
  5. Battle: Los Angeles (4/27)

This month, Netflix has a slew of films and shows that will be added to their platform to help us all through the rest of quarantine. Below is a curated list of what will be added, as well as a few films we’ve retrospectively reviewed, since it can be so easy to accidentally scroll past a brilliant movie due to the overwhelming amount of choices.

April 1st

  1. The Hangover
  2. Killer Clowns from Outer Space
  3. Lethal Weapon (1-4)
  4. The Matrix (as well as Reloaded and Revolutions)
  5. Minority Report
  6. Mortal Kombat
  7. Mud
  8. The Perks of Being a Wallflower
  9. Sherlock Holmes
  10. The Social Network
  11. Soul Plane
  12. Taxi Driver

April 2nd – April 16th

  1. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (4/2)
  2. The Killing of a Sacred Deer (4/5)
  3. Despicable Me (4/16)
  4. Hail, Caesar! (4/16)

April 18th – April 30th

  1. The Green Hornet (4/18)
  2. Middleton & Schwartz (4/22)
  3. The Artist (4/25)
  4. Django Unchained (4/25)
  5. Battle: Los Angeles (4/27)
Michael Timpert
Michael Timpert
Michael watches roughly five movies a week. He's partial to the horror genre and other films that make him miserable. When he isn't complaining about art he doesn't understand, he co-hosts a comedic podcast called Two For One. What he could possibly offer to an hour long audio program is still a mystery.

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