15 big movies have just been quietly added to Netflix
Action. Horror. Romantic comedy. All depends what you're in the mood for...
On top of the full list of new movies and shows being added to Netflix throughout February, the streaming service has also just added 15 big movies to its library.
Some are classics. Some are guilty pleasures. Some need to be avoided.
But which one you will want to watch first will be entirely up to you...
An adorable French romantic drama about a young woman (Audrey Tautou) who tries to secretly help out in the lives of the people around her, but is stopped in her tracks when she starts to fall in love with a stranger.
BLACK HAWK DOWN
Ridley Scott assembles an incredible cast - Josh Hartnett, Tom Hardy, Ewan McGregor, Orlando Bloom, Eric Bana, Jason Isaacs, loads more! - for this action-packed retelling of over 100 US soldiers attempting to capture high ranking officers for a Somali warlord.
Christian Bale stars in this sci-fi action movie set in a future where all emotion is illegal, and also everyone is very good at something called Gun-Fu. Yes, it is as stupid but also entertaining as all of that sounds.
A very weird horror remake of a much-loved 70s TV show sees a series of guests having their dreams come true, but at life-altering costs.
THE HEARTBREAK KID
A very adult comedy about a guy (Ben Stiller) who meets the woman of his dreams (Michelle Monaghan)... while he's on his honeymoon.
HOLMES & WATSON
Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly as this duo should have worked. Instead, it is their worst movie by some distance.
THE INVISIBLE MAN
One of the best horror movies of recent years sees a woman (Elisabeth Moss) being haunted by the ghost of her recently deceased ex. Or at least she thinks he's dead...
THE ITALIAN JOB
The remake that is actually much better than you might have realised. Mark Wahlberg, Charlize Theron, Edward Norton and Mos Def headline this Fast & Furious-esque heist movie.
THE KING'S SPEECH
Rightfully received a lot of backlash when it beat out so many better nominees (The Social Network, Inception, Black Swan, The Fighter, Toy Story 3, Winter's Bone, True Grit) for the Best Picture Oscar that year. But this funny drama about King George VI (Colin Firth) and his speech therapist (Geoffrey Rush) is still very entertaining in its own right.
LETTERS TO JULIET
A romantic drama with some very pretty people (Amanda Seyfried, Gael Garcia Bernal) all about second chances of finding love.
MEET THE PARENTS
Ben Stiller (again) and Robert De Niro are warring in-laws in this massively popular comedy.
An online game of truth or dare - well, mostly dare - gets out of hand for two players (Emma Roberts and Dave Franco), which could get them a lot of money, or end up killing them both.
When CIA operative Jack Ryan (Harrison Ford) thwarts an IRA assassination attempt, he and his family are targeted for revenge by the head of a faction group (Sean Bean).
George Clooney and Nicole Kidman front this action-thriller that feels like a blueprint for the Bourne and Craig's Bond movies to come.
Cos the kids need something to watch, too.