The Next on Instant Netflix Report – November 2012


Bloody Sunday
Paul Greengrass (Bourne Supremacy and Bourne Ultimatum) directs this  depiction of the Bogside Massacre. You know that U2 song Sunday, Bloody Sunday? Thats about the the events in this movie.

Out of Sight - One of George Clooney's more enjoyable movies for me, same for Jennifer Lopez. You've got fantastic character actors all around, like Ving Rhames, Don Cheadle, Catherine Keener, and Dennis "Fuck You" Farina (that's not his official name btw, he just says the word "fuck" just about better than anybody in the business.

The Evil Dead - The OG. Incredibly amazing horror film if you haven't seen it, check out the trailer for the remake HERE.

Barton Fink - Probably my least favorite Coen Brothers movie. But it's another one of those I might need to watch again if I ever, ever, ever have the time.

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid - Robert Redford started the Sundance Film Festival. He also starred in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. I am just now putting two and two together.

Smokey and the Bandit II - This is only gettin mention because Archer loves Burt Reynolds so much. Never actually seen it.

An Officer and a Gentleman - Filmed in my hometown of Port Townsend, Washington, I watched this for the first time about two months ago. Somebody needs to do a video comparison of Louis Gosset Jr's first speech to the troops with R Lee Ermey's from Full Metal Jacket. Have I said this before? Well, I guess I need to go brush up on my Final Cut skills and do it myself.

Bottle Rocket - Quirky, offbeat, independent, and sometimes strange, just like the rest of Wes Anderson's films. This was his first.

Millennium - This is one of those sci-fi gems from the 80's that might be worth watching if you're totally bored.

Trailer Park Boys: The Movie - When I first watched it I was disappointed because it just seemed like a rehash of the incredible tv series. That went away.

Graveyard Shift - I haven't seen it, but I really enjoyed the short story by Stephen King.

Tales from the Darkside: The Movie - Another one I haven't seen. But the show was rad, and I always loved the poster: