10 Must-See Movies to Netflix Now




  • Most films have already been released for 2010, however thought I'd take the time to highlight 10 little-seen gems available at this time off Netflix. You will save money and find some very nice films if you use my list to fill your queue.

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    10) Mysterious Skin- My favorite director (Gregg Araki) and his best movie ever. Mysterious Skin is around two boys linked together by a horrible childhood trauma. At turns graphic, disturbing, yet filled up with beauty and hope it's the most effective films with the decade. Joseph Gordon Leavitt (not that kid from 3rd Rock through the Sun) is certainly not in short supply of amazing.

    9) Dead Man's Shoes- Paddy Considine is excellent within this brutal revenge drama from director Shane Meadows. The video is around a brother's search for revenge after his mentally challenged brother is brutalized by a few Midlands thugs inside the squalid UK countryside. Some critics mistakenly called this an art-house torture porn, but it is light years better plus more compelling than anything the overrated Eli Roth could ever produce.

    8) Frailty-Frailty is a horror gem starring and directed by Bill Paxton. A grisly tale of a seemingly loving father who believes he and the sons would be the hands of God. He searches out people he believes to get demons and cuts these to pieces. Fine period detail and acting, especially in the little boys, Frailty is around religious devotion run amok and become madness. Worth visiting.

    7) In Bruges - In Bruges has the best screenplay of this past year and a few of the greatest acting of Collin Farrell's career. Clever and brutal, funny yet extremely violent, it does not take film Guy Ritchie keeps working to make, and one that keeps eluding him. One of the best films of a year ago.

    6) Smiley Face - Director Gregg Araki's last film is certainly a funny stoner comedy starring the awesome Anna Faris. Sublimely silly movie that went direct to DVD, despite the fact that it's much funnier than many comedies that will get theatrical releases today.

    5) Rules of Attraction - A pointy and sharply funny have a look at some nasty spoiled pupils from author Bret Easton Ellis and writer/director Roger Avary. This could be the best of the Ellis film adaptions up to now (American Psycho using a terrific Christian Bale is another must see) and despite its lothsome characters, I loved every shocking and entertainig moment in the film.

    4) Sexual libido - The teen sex comedy gets updated with hilarious results. Amazingly it was a box office dud but it was easily easily the funniest film of last year. The leads are likable and amusing and James Marsden all but steals your entire movie since the homophobic older brother bully character. Seth Green lends strong support like a sarcastic and smarmy Amish realize it all. RUMPSRINGA!

    3) Mirror Mask- Alice's adventures in wonderland meets The Wizard of Oz by using Neil Gaiman. MirrorMask is a thrilling and well-acted fantasy film created for teens and adults. The worlds created are wholly original and star Stephenie Leonidas is great since the punky Emo goth who would like to try to escape from her creepy circus existence and gets more than she ever expected.

    2) Cashback - Original and visually stunning comedy/drama in regards to a kid who splits up with his pretty girlfriend and learns he's the opportunity to stop time. His insomnia makes a chance for him to color random subjects as time passes frozen along with the film might be creepy within the wrong hands, eventually ends up being delightful the other worth looking for. All props see a director to create a low-budget feature look like something which has a bigger budget.

    1) This really is England - Writer/director Shane Meadows returns by having an autobiographical have a look at his childhood and his awesome alliance with a young range of skinhead thugs. Well-acted, sometimes challenging to watch, and thoroughly compelling, That is England could be concerning the UK but its themes of racial intolerance and hatred might take place in any country whenever you want. It could possibly have been called This is America. The video is brilliant, blistering stuff.
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