As usual, the first of the month brings a wealth of great movies to watch online. This week, Netflix and Amazon Prime have added some bona fide classics, a few Oscar-winners, a pair of animated Disney favorites, and even an acclaimed film from this year. Read on for the full list of Certified Fresh picks.


New on Netflix

 

Jaws (1975) 98%

Steven Spielberg’s influential thriller stars Roy Scheider, Richard Dreyfuss, and Robert Shaw as an unlikely trio who set out to sea to take down a giant great white shark terrorizing a New England resort town. All of its sequels are also available on Netflix.

Available now on Netflix: Jaws, Jaws 2, Jaws 3, Jaws: The Revenge


Graduation (2016) 95%

Acclaimed Romanian director Cristian Mungiu’s latest drama centers on a father’s progressively more complicated efforts to ensure a bright academic future for his daughter.

Available now on: Netflix


Gone Baby Gone (2007) 94%

Casey Affleck and Morgan Freeman star in Ben Affleck’s directorial debut, an adaptation of the Dennis Lehane novel about a private detective whose investigation into the kidnapping of a local girl uncovers a web of corruption.

Available now on: Netflix


Pulp Fiction (1994) 92%

John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson, Uma Thurman, Bruce Willis, Harvey Keitel and many more star in Quentin Tarantino’s celebrated second film, a series of vignettes about various criminals in Los Angeles.

Available now on: Netflix


The Squid and the Whale (2005) 92%

Noah Baumbach’s dysfunctional family dramedy follows a feuding married couple (Jeff Daniels and Laura Linney) whose impending divorce takes a toll on their two sons.

Available now on: Netflix


Love's a Bitch (2000) 93%

Gael García Bernal stars in Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu’s Oscar-nominated drama that follows the stories of three very different people who are connected by a terrible car crash.

Available now on: Netflix


City of God (2002) 91%

Fernando Meirelles’ explosive coming-of-age drama set in the favelas of Rio de Janeiro centers on a pair of friends who grow up together, enter the criminal world, and face the consequences of their lifestyle.

Available now on: Netflix


Mulan (1998) 86%

Ming-Na Wen and Eddie Murphy lend their voices to Disney’s animated retelling of a Chinese folk tale about a brave young girl who dresses like a man to join the emperor’s army.

Available now on: Netflix


Dead Poets Society (1989) 85%

In one of his most memorable roles, Robin Williams stars in this drama as an English teacher at a private academy who inspires his students with his unconventional methods.

Available now on: Netflix


The Secret Garden (1993) 88%

Kate Maberly stars in Agnieszka Holland’s adaptation of the Frances Hodgson Burnett novel about a young girl who discovers a magical garden on her uncle’s estate.

Available now on: Netflix


Bright Star (2009) 83%

Ben Whishaw and Abbie Cornish star in Jane Campion’s biopic focusing on the romance between poet John Keats and Fanny Brawne during the last years of Keats’ life.

Available now on: Netflix


Hercules (1997) 84%

Tate Donovan, Danny DeVito, and James Woods provided memorable voices for Disney’s take on the Greek demi-god, who struggles against the forces of Hades to protect those around him.

Available now on: Netflix


Requiem for a Dream (2000) 79%

Jared Leto, Marlon Wayans, Jennifer Connelly, and Ellen Burstyn star in Darren Aronofsky’s bleak exploration of the nature and consequences of addiction.

Available now on: Netflix


Gangs of New York (2002) 73%

Leonardo DiCaprio and Daniel Day-Lewis headline an all-star cast in Martin Scorsese’s stylized portrayal of the rise of criminal power in New York’s Five Points neighborhood during the mid-1800s.

Available now on: Netflix


Greenberg (2010) 76%

Ben Stiller and Greta Gerwig star in Noah Baumbach’s dramedy about a New Yorker who agrees to housesit in Los Angeles for his brother and ends up falling for his brother’s assistant.

Available now on: Netflix


Fracture (2007) 71%

Ryan Gosling and Anthony Hopkins star in this thriller about a man on trail for shooting his unfaithful wife who duels with a young, hot-shot district attorney in court.

Available now on: Netflix


New on Amazon Prime

 

The Cove (2009) 95%

This Oscar-winning documentary charts the efforts of animal trainer-turned-activist Richard O’Barry in battling the culture of dolphin hunting in the town of Taiji, Japan.

Available now on: Amazon Prime


The Innkeepers (2011) 79%

This moody horror film from Ti West centers on a pair of amateur ghost hunters who seek to record proof of the ghostly spirits in the hotel where they work before it closes down for good.

Available now on: Amazon Prime


Wedding Crashers (2005) 76%

Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn star in this romantic comedy about a pair of cynical divorce attorneys who spend their time crashing weddings until they both meet their match in two very different women.

Available now on: Amazon Prime


New on FandangoNOW

 

The Big Sick (2017) 98%

Kumail Nanjiani and Zoe Kazan star in this romantic comedy based on the true story of Nanjiani’s unusual and precarious courtship with his wife, Emily.

Available now on: FandangoNOW

This week on streaming services we have a couple directorial debuts, a 2016 Summer blockbuster, a Mexican disaster movie based on true facts, the latest Woody Allen film, and a few other options to keep you busy through the end of the year. Read on for all the Fresh choices available on Netflix and Amazon Prime this week.


New on Netflix

 

Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World (2016) 93%

Written and directed by Werner Herzog (Grizzly Man, Cave of Forgotten Dreams), Lo and Behold takes viewers on a journey through the online world and its impact in our lives.

Available now on: Netflix


Love's a Bitch (2000) 93%

This Academy Award nominated thriller directed by Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu and starred by Gael García Bernal follows the story of three very different people who are connected by a terrible car crash. Amores Perros was Iñárritu’s directorial debut.

Available now on: Netflix


Downfall (2004) 90%

A portrayal of Adolf Hitler’s final days based on the memoirs of the young secretary who was with him until his death.

Available now on: Netflix


Captain America: Civil War (2016) 90%

It’s hero vs. hero when a registration act imposed by the government divides the Avengers into two factions: Team Iron Man supports government control, while Team Captain America fights to remain independent.

Available now on: Netflix


The Graduate (1967) 87%

In this Academy Award winner for Best Director (Mike Nichols), a college graduate (Dustin Hoffman) is seduced by a middle-aged neighbor, Mrs. Robinson (Anne Bancroft). The movie received seven Oscar nominations, including Best Picture and Best Actor.

Available now on: Netflix


Requiem for a Dream (2000) 79%

Darren Aronofsky’s bleak film, starring Jared Leto, Marlon Wayans, and Jennifer Connelly, explores the nature and consequences of drug addiction.

Available now on: Netflix


7:19 (2016) 100%

After the devastating earthquake that hit Mexico City on September 19, 1985, survivors wait to be rescued while trying desperately to stay alive.

Available now on: Netflix


The Magicians: Season 1 (2016) 74%

A group of twenty-somethings studying magic in New York discover a real-life fantasy world that poses a great threat to humanity in this drama adapted from Lev Grossman’s book series.

Available now on: Netflix


Hard Candy (2005) 67%

14-year-old Haley Stark (Ellen Page) plans to teach a lesson to an older male predator (Patrick Wilson) she met online. Hard Candy was David Slade’s feature film directorial debut.

Available now on: Netflix


New on Amazon Prime

 

Urok (2014) 83%

In a small town in Bulgaria, an honest elementary school teacher (Margita Gosheva) is faced with an economic crisis that forces her to take drastic measures to save her home from foreclosure.

Available now on: Amazon Prime


Café Society (2016) 71%

Woody Allen’s bittersweet romance follows Bronx-born Bobby Dorfman (Jesse Eisenberg) to Hollywood, where he falls in love with his uncle’s secretary (Kristen Stewart), who is tasked to help him settle in California.

Available now on: Amazon Prime


Whiskey Tango Foxtrot (2016) 67%

Loosely based upon a memoir by journalist Kim Barker, the film follows war correspondent Tina Fey’s misadventures through a war zone, in which she deals with culture shock, sexism, and ever-present danger.

Available now on: Amazon Prime

Grae Drake delves into this year’s Golden Globe award winners, and discusses some of their Certified Fresh hidden gems. Check out the list of Grae’s recommendations below!

#5
Adjusted Score: 93942%
Critics Consensus: It's sentimental and somewhat predictable, but those are small complaints, given the tender atmosphere and moving performances at the heart of What's Eating Gilbert Grape.
Synopsis: Gilbert Grape (Johnny Depp) is a small-town young man with a lot of responsibility. Chief among his concerns are his... [More]
Directed By: Lasse Hallström

#4

Thelma & Louise (1991)
85%

#4
Adjusted Score: 89540%
Critics Consensus: Simultaneously funny, heartbreaking, and peppered with action, Ridley Scott's Thelma & Louise is a potent, well-acted road movie that transcends the feminist message at its core.
Synopsis: Meek housewife Thelma (Geena Davis) joins her friend Louise (Susan Sarandon), an independent waitress, on a short fishing trip. However,... [More]
Directed By: Ridley Scott

#3

Short Term 12 (2013)
98%

#3
Adjusted Score: 105174%
Critics Consensus: Short Term 12 is an emphatic, revealing drama that pulls audiences into the perspective of neglected youths.
Synopsis: A supervisor (Brie Larson) at a group home for at-risk teens connects with a new resident (Kaitlyn Dever) while facing... [More]
Directed By: Destin Daniel Cretton

#2

Winter's Bone (2010)
94%

#2
Adjusted Score: 100438%
Critics Consensus: Bleak, haunting, and yet still somehow hopeful, Winter's Bone is writer-director Debra Granik's best work yet -- and it boasts an incredible, starmaking performance from Jennifer Lawrence.
Synopsis: Faced with an unresponsive mother and a criminal father, Ozark teenager Ree Dolly (Jennifer Lawrence) does what she can to... [More]
Directed By: Debra Granik

#1

Love's a Bitch (2000)
93%

#1
Adjusted Score: 96317%
Critics Consensus: The brutality of Amores Perros may be difficult to watch at times, but this intense, gritty film packs a hard wallop.
Synopsis: "Amores Perros" is a bold, intensely emotional, and ambitious story of lives that collide in a Mexico City car crash.... [More]

Gael Garcia Bernal

Gael Garcia Bernal may be Mexico’s best known acting export of recent years, having made a powerful debut in Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu‘s Amores perros in 2000. A year later he co-starred with Diego Luna (read his five favourites here) in Alfonso Cuaron‘s Y tu mama tambien. After a busy career which has seen him work with the likes of Pedro Almodovar, Michel Gondry and Fernando Meirelles, he reteams with Luna, and a different Cuaron — Carlos — for Rudo and Cursi.

Of his five favourite films, Bernal had an easier time picking them than his co-star — and curiously they’ve both chosen a Disney classic as their first choice — and told us, “These films are definitely a little glimpse on who I am. I could keep going forever to give the full picture. These reflect not only my life but also the work I do.”


Gael Garcia Bernal

Dumbo

Dumbo

“It was the first film I saw and through it I discovered cinema. Simple as that.”

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Dumbo
Dumbo

Paris, Texas
Paris, Texas

Rocco and His Brothers
Rocco…

The Mirror
The Mirror

Memories of Underdevelopment
Memories…


Gael Garcia Bernal

Paris, Texas

Paris, Texas

“It was one of the most intense ways of getting into the adult world and I saw it when I was really young. I couldn’t believe that there were stories that were so close to reality. It felt like that, it felt very real.”

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Dumbo
Dumbo

Paris, Texas
Paris, Texas

Rocco and His Brothers
Rocco…

The Mirror
The Mirror

Memories of Underdevelopment
Memories…


Gael Garcia Bernal

Rocco and His Brothers

Rocco and His Brothers

“It’s amazing. It’s a story about a family and the whole human drama is there. It’s fantastic.”

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Dumbo
Dumbo

Paris, Texas
Paris, Texas

Rocco and His Brothers
Rocco…

The Mirror
The Mirror

Memories of Underdevelopment
Memories…


Gael Garcia Bernal

The Mirror

The Mirror

“I think that’s when I discovered that the juxtaposition of images is what cinema is all about.”

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Dumbo
Dumbo

Paris, Texas
Paris, Texas

Rocco and His Brothers
Rocco…

The Mirror
The Mirror

Memories of Underdevelopment
Memories…


Gael Garcia Bernal

Memories of Underdevelopment

Memories of Underdevelopment

“It’s a beautiful, beautiful movie. A philosophical introspection on the nature of revolution and change and deciding to be on one side or the other. And it’s about how the outside world makes you decide how to step on one side or the other. It’s possibly one of the most eye-opening films i can ever recommend to anyone because it gives you a glimpse on an internal struggle.”

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Paris, Texas
Paris, Texas

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Rocco…

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Rudo and Cursi is out now in UK cinemas.

The Oscar-winning blonde will anchor the directorial debut of one of the hottest screenwriters around: Guillermo Arriaga.

Mr. Arriaga has been highly praised for his films "Amores Perros," "21 Grams," "Babel," and "The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada," but he’ll take his first seat in the director’s chair on "The Burning Plain."

Backed by Mark Cuban‘s 2929 Productions, Arriaga will have Charlize Theron as Sylvia, a woman coming to terms with a decidedly difficult family childhood. Needless to say, Arriaga will provide the screenplay as well.

According to the filmmaker (via Variety), "There are very intense love stories here that take place in different places and times, with characters trying to find the healing powers of love, forgiveness and redemption…"

Word is that this one will feature Arriaga’s now-patented multi-overlapping story technique. Sounds like surefire Oscar bait to me.

Source: Variety

Blood will flow and screams will be deafening at North American multiplexes this weekend when the horror sequel "Saw III" buzzes its way into theaters. While there will be no fight for the number one spot, the rest of the top ten will see new films and holdovers scrambling for high positions.

The political thriller "Catch a Fire" opens on Friday in moderate national release and the comedy "Running with Scissors" expands into major markets after an impressive debut in limited release last weekend. Meanwhile, star-driven pics "The Prestige" and "The Departed" will try to remain popular choices with adult moviegoers.

If it’s Halloween, it must be "Saw." That’s the tagline that Lionsgate hopes will keep horror fans coming back for a third helping of pain for the newest chapter in its highly profitable fright franchise, "Saw III." The R-rated film finds Jigsaw returning to terrorize another set of young people. Once again, the formula of no stars plus extreme brutality unleashing its fury on the weekend before the pumpkin holiday remains intact. Now a major player in the horror genre, Lionsgate opened its first "Saw" in 2004 to the tune of $18.3M and grew its audience over the following year, especially with DVD, to propel the sequel to a $31.7M bow. Over the last 15 months, no other R-rated film has opened better. Now, a marketplace without many exciting choices for the 17-30 age group will embrace a film, though familiar, that appeals to young adults.


Another unfortunate dude opens "Saw III."

This month has already seen a pair of horror franchise pics open weaker than their predecessors which bowed in mid-October of recent years. "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning" debuted to $18.5M, down 34% from the $28.1M of 2003’s "Massacre," and "The Grudge 2" launched with $20.8M, a steep 47% less than the Gellar original. But "Saw III" is in a different situation. "Beginning" was a prequel three years later with not much new to offer while "Grudge 2" was no longer a star vehicle. "Saw III" promises more of what its fans want – brutality, gore, and torture – so it stands on almost equal footing when compared to the last installment. The fan base has probably not grown much in the last twelve months and some might even drop out thinking it’s just the same offering yet again. But with competing fright flicks fading fast, "Saw III" will basically be the only horror film in town for those getting ready for Halloween. Opening in over 3,000 theaters, "Saw III" might cut up around $30M.

Tim Robbins plays an elite South African leader and Derek Luke stars as an oppressed everyman in the apartheid drama "Catch a Fire." Directed by Phillip Noyce ("Patriot Games, "Clear and Present Danger"), the PG-13 political thriller tells the true story of a man captured and tortured by his government, only to become a radical freedom fighter for his people. Focus is likely to attract an audience similar to the one it saw last fall with another African-set political pic, "The Constant Gardener." The Ralph FiennesRachel Weisz film boasted a similar level of starpower and screens when it bowed to $8.7M over three days from 1,346 locations for a solid $6,444 average.


Derek Luke in the inspirational "Catch a Fire."

Reviews for "Fire" have been generally positive, but it will not be an easy sell at the box office. Robbins is the top star here and his track record selling tickets is spotty when it comes to films where he is the solo anchor. Plus the marketplace is filled with pictures targeting mature adults like "The Departed," "The Prestige," and "Flags of Our Fathers" so a crowded field will make it tough for "Fire." Using the ‘based on a true story’ angle in the marketing is always a helpful thing and Focus will soon see how much mileage it can get from it. Attacking 1,305 locations, "Catch a Fire" might capture about $6M over the Friday-to-Sunday session.

Annette Bening‘s dysfunctional family pic "Running with Scissors" enjoyed a strong platform debut last weekend with a scorching $28,263 average from only six sites. This Friday, Sony hopes to build on its bow by expanding the R-rated film into 586 theaters across North America. Critics agree that "Scissors" is not the next "Little Miss Sunshine." Reviews have been unflattering which will limit the commercial potential of a film that will mostly play to upscale adult audiences. A weekend take of around $3M could result diluting the per-theater average down to the neighborhood of $5,000.


Annette Bening and Brian Cox in "Running With Scissors."

Arthouses continue to get more crowded with fall films hoping for critical buzz and possible awards attention. Paramount Vantage packs the most starpower with its Brad PittCate Blanchett drama "Babel" which took home Best Director honors at Cannes this year for Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu ("Amores Perros," "21 Grams"). The R-rated tale trots across the globe from Morocco to Mexico to Japan with four interweaving stories about people from around the world who have no idea how connected their lives are. "Babel" opens in just six locations in New York and Los Angeles, most of them major multiplexes, and expands nationally in November. Reviews have been solid.


Brad Pitt, in the oscar-buzz grabber "Babel."

With Election Day around the corner, President George W. Bush stars in two documentaries that will try to stir up some controversy in order to get audiences running to their local theater. Newmarket Films releases "Death of a President," a docudrama about the fictional assassination of Bush in October 2007 and its aftermath. The R-rated whodunit was one of the hottest films at the Toronto Film Festival last month and hopes to capitalize on its buzz when it invades over 100 theaters this Friday. Also trying to wage a Red State vs. Blue State rivalry is "Shut Up & Sing" which examines the hardships that The Dixie Chicks faced recording their new album after their public outcry against the current Commander-in-Chief. The Weinstein Company opens the film in New York and Los Angeles on Friday before expanding to much of the country on November 10.


"D.O.A.P"

Among holdovers, the period thriller "The Prestige" and the mob drama "The Departed" should remain popular contenders in the top five. "Saw III" should not detract from either pic too much and the frame’s other new films will not play wide enough to offer significant competition in the rankings. "Prestige" swiped the top spot last weekend and is well-liked by moviegoers. A 40% drop would give Buena Vista about $9M and a ten-day total of $28M. "The Departed" has been holding up superbly so another 30% dip would leave Warner Bros. with around $9.5M which could be good enough for a third consecutive weekend at number two. The cume would rise to $90M.

LAST YEAR: Doing what its predecessor couldn’t do, "Saw II" opened triumphantly at number one and grossed a sturdy $31.7M for Lionsgate on its way to $87M continuing its most popular horror franchise. Sony countered with its family friendly adventure sequel "The Legend of Zorro" which debuted in second place with a decent $16.3M. The pricey Antonio BanderasCatherine Zeta-Jones pic went on to reach just $45.4M domestically. Meryl Streep and Uma Thurman quietly bowed in third with the comedy "Prime" which opened to $6.2M from less than 2,000 theaters. Universal found its way to a $22.8M final. The horse flick "Dreamer" held up well in its second jump taking in $6.1M while fellow kidpic "Wallace & Gromit" rounded out the top five with $4.3M in its fourth weekend. The fourth new wide release of the frame, Nicolas Cage‘s "The Weather Man," got rained out collecting a mere $4.2M leading to a wimpy $12.5M finish.

Author: Gitesh Pandya, www.BoxOfficeGuru.com

Rumor has it that the long-standing and successful partnership between Mexican director Alejandro Gonzalez Innaritu and writer Guillermo Arriaga may be coming to an ugly end, just as their forthcoming festival fave "Babel" is set to hit theaters.

According to the LA Times, a rift between the two had opened in recent years after Arriaga publicly attributed the success of the pair’s Oscar-nominated "21 Grams" to his own writing; this year, Innaritu returned the slight by banning Arriaga from the Cannes premiere of "Babel," where the film won Innaritu the Best Director award. The two first worked together on 2000’s Spanish-language "Amores Perros," which earned an Oscar nomination for Best Foreign film and helped to jumpstart Mexico’s recent cinematic revival.


Brad Pitt stars in Innaritu and Arriaga’s "Babel," already on the Oscar trail

While Innaritu has never directed a feature-length film without Arriaga as his screenwriter, Arriaga wrote "The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada" for director Tommy Lee Jones, for which he won the 2005 Cannes award for Best Screenplay.

The writer has commented in the past about the growing recognition of writers in film. Doing press for "21 Grams" back in 2004, the sometime novelist indicated to the Guardian that good writers are increasingly becoming more important than directors:

"It’s happening already. I think people are waiting for the new Charlie Kaufman movie rather than worrying about who is directing it. I think most people go to David Mamet‘s films because of Mamet the writer, not Mamet the director. People go to films for the stories. They remember the films for the stories. And there’s a huge crisis in stories and storytellers."

Meanwhile, the multi-lingual, linearly fractured drama "Babel" currently sits on an 89% Tomatometer and is garnering more and more awards-season attention its October 27 release approaches.

Even though the flick is already in production, that won’t stop "Resident Evil: Extinction" from adding a new cast member if necessary. The newest addition to the series’ second sequel is veteran TV actor John Eric Bentley, who’ll be playing an evil Umbrella employee tasked with tracking down Milla Jovovich‘s Alice character.

Veteran of more than three dozen TV appearances (including one on "Firefly"), Mr. Bentley looks to be preparing for his biggest break yet.

"Resident Evil: Extinction," starring Milla J., Sienna Guillory, Oded Fehr, Mike Epps, and Ali Larter, is scheduled to invade the multiplexes early next year.

Source: CS.net

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