Netflix has just added 10 big movies to its library 1 week ago

Netflix has just added 10 big movies to its library

Some brand new. Some cult classics. All of them available to watch right now on Netflix.

Here we are, another 10 new movies added to Netflix, including a potential Irish Oscar hopeful!

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Actually, quite a few Irish connections in this grouping, including big Irish actors, and new mystery drama filmed here.

GET OUT

One of the very few horror movies to be nominated for Best Picture. And while, yes, it isn't particularly scary, its IQ is off the scale.

GIRLS TRIP

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Four best friends reunite after years apart to spend a raucous weekend in New Orleans. A comedy highlight of the last decade, with talk of the sequel potentially being set in Ireland...

GLADIATOR

"My name is Maximus Decimus Meridius, commander of the Armies of the North, General of the Felix Legions and loyal servant to the TRUE emperor, Marcus Aurelius. Father to a murdered son, husband to a murdered wife."

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HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS

Jim Carrey is still very funny in this dark-hearted Christmas comedy.

MY FATHER'S DRAGON

The multi-Oscar nominated Irish animation comedy behind The Book of Kells, Song of the Sea and Wolfwalkers draft in Chris O'Dowd, Whoopi Goldberg, Ian McShane and more for their latest eye-popping tale.

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SLUMBERLAND

Jason Momoa and the director of most of the Hunger Games movies team-up for this kid-friendly take on Inception. 37% on Rotten Tomatoes isn't great.

STUTZ

Jonah Hill records very candid conversations with his therapist, revealing some deep moments of his childhood and life to date. 100% on Rotten Tomatoes.

SYNCHRONIC

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Jamie Dornan and Anthony Mackie star in this head-melting sci-fi thriller about two paramedics who discover some connections between a spate of recent deaths and a new designer drug.

VELVET GOLDMINE

The 1998 cult classic with Christian Bale, Ewan McGregor, Toni Collette, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Eddie Izzard and more, set against the glam rock era of 1970s Britain.

THE WONDER

Florence Pugh headlines this mystery drama set in 1870s Ireland, about a nurse sent to investigate a young girl who claims to have survived without food for months on end.