Netflix Jan 28th DVD releases with links.

James

DTVUSA Member
#1
Big list of DVDs for this week. Not exactly high-class material but here they are.

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 Inventor Flint Lockwood is forced to leave his new dream job when he discovers his notorious machine is still running -- and is pumping out mutant food beasts! Now, he must battle creatures including shrimpanzees, tacodiles and jellyfish sandwiches.
Ass Backwards Best friends Kate and Chloe take a road trip to their childhood hometown, hoping to win a beauty pageant they lost as kids. Along the way, they encounter a feminist wilderness commune, amateur night at a strip club and their favorite reality star.
Don Jon Jon Martello's romantic exploits are legendary among his friends, but his obsession with online porn saps his enthusiasm for real sex. As he searches for intimacy -- or avoids it -- Jon meets two women with vital lessons to teach him.
Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa In-character encounters with real folks provide comic fodder in this franchise featuring Johnny Knoxville in lecherous-gramps disguise. With hidden cameras in tow, Irving Zisman (Knoxville) takes his grandson on an offbeat cross-country tour.
Last Vegas Four sixtysomething pals -- Billy, Paddy, Archie and Sam -- gather in Las Vegas to celebrate Billy's upcoming nuptials with the intention of running wild for four straight days. But Sin City has gotten a lot crazier than they could've ever imagined.
A Perfect Man Nina thinks her husband, James, is cheating on her, and she sets out to prove it by calling him and pretending to be another woman. When James falls for the ploy, Nina finds herself at a crossroads in her marriage, unsure how to proceed.
Concussion When a blow to the head with a baseball prompts lesbian housewife Abby to shake up her suburban life -- and her dull marriage -- she buys a fixer-upper in Manhattan and seeks excitement by becoming a prostitute.
I Used to Be Darker When runaway Taryn seeks help from her aunt and uncle in Baltimore, she discovers a family in crisis and a marriage in ruins -- and finds herself in the middle of the emotional fallout between everyone involved.
Argento's Dracula When Englishman Jonathan Harker visits the exotic castle of Count Dracula, he is entranced by the mysterious aristocrat. But upon learning that the count has sinister designs on his wife, Mina, Harker seeks help from vampire slayer Van Helsing.
Dark Touch After a remote country house takes on a malevolent persona and kills 11-year-old Neve's family, no one believes her claim that her home is to blame. As cops look for human killers and friends take care of Neve, a hidden violence continues to build.
Bonnie & Clyde Clyde Barrow, a charismatic convicted armed robber, sweeps Bonnie Parker, an impressionable small-town waitress, off her feet, and the two embark on one of the most infamous bank-robbing sprees in history.
Metallica Through the Never Veteran heavy metal band Metallica is captured live in 3D in this spectacular concert film, highlighted by a staged accident involving a crew member. Narrative bios of band members and a chronicle of Metallica's career are also featured in the movie.
 
#2
A lot of these releases don't do much for me although I did kind of want to see Last Vegas. Thought that was a really impressive cast and Robert DeNiro in just about anything will be worth my time.
 
#4
@MrPogi,
I have not tried RedBox streaming. Do you use this or the pick-up/drop off service? Right now, we will occasionally pick up a Redbox movie at Walmart. We do use Netflix streaming since it costs like 6 Redbox movies for the month. If Redbox streaming is a good deal, we'll try it out as well!
 

Aaron62

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#5
@MrPogi,
I have not tried RedBox streaming. Do you use this or the pick-up/drop off service? Right now, we will occasionally pick up a Redbox movie at Walmart. We do use Netflix streaming since it costs like 6 Redbox movies for the month. If Redbox streaming is a good deal, we'll try it out as well!
In my humble opinion, I'd go with Netflix or Redbox. Not both. Both have most of each others movies and tv shows, the last time I checked a year ago.
 
#6
Thanks! I was wondering if there was a big difference in what each of the services offered (Netflix vs Redbox). I've done Netflix streaming forever and it has come and gone on content. The original Netflix content has made the service a tad more attractive over the past year +.
Unless someone has a different opinion, I'll likely stick with getting Redbox movies from the actuall "Red Box" at the store for now :)
 

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