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22nd Nov 2023

Netflix has just added 16 huge movies to its library

Stephen Porzio


Netflix have added a load of new movies to their streaming service.

These long winter nights mean more time spent indoors watching Netflix. Thankfully, the streaming giant has just added the following 16 big movies:

21 Bridges
The late and great Chadwick Boseman is on the hunt for two cop killers in this very solid action crime thriller.

Ali G Indahouse
Sacha Baron Cohen’s comedy creation’s first big screen outing.

Bee Movie
The Jerry Seinfeld animated movie/internet meme.

Best. Christmas. Ever.
Brandy, Heather Graham and Jason Biggs are among the stars of this Netflix original festive romantic comedy.

Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore reunite for this comedy mostly set at a African safari resort.

Cold Pursuit
In this well-reviewed action thriller – dubbed “Taken on ice” by some – Liam Neeson plays a vengeful snowplow driver.


What new movies have been added to Netflix?

Dawn of/War for the Planet of the Apes
The two most recent Planet of the Apes movies.

I Am Bolt
The 2016 acclaimed documentary about Usain Bolt, widely considered to be the greatest sprinter of all time.

Jack the Giant Slayer
Ewan McGregor, Nicholas Hoult and Stanley Tucci star in this big budget fantasy adventure based on the fairy tales Jack the Giant Killer and Jack and the Beanstalk.

Jackass Forever
The fourth and most recent movie in the stunt comedy franchise.

Just Like Heaven
A lonely widower (Mark Ruffalo) falls for the spirit of the woman (Reese Witherspoon) who used to live in his new apartment in this fantasy romantic comedy.

Kicking & Screaming
Not director Noah Baumbach’s excellent debut movie of the same name (which is actually already on Netflix), but the Will Ferrell sports comedy.


Will Ferrell in Kicking & Screaming

Adam Sandler voices a lizard and class pet in this Netflix animated comedy.

Irish director Lenny Abrahamson’s powerful Oscar-winning drama starring Brie Larson.

The great Colman Domingo plays US civil rights activist Bayard Rustin in this new Oscar hopeful released by Netflix.

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