It’s that time again!  Hopefully, these new releases from Netflix, Hulu Plus, Crackle and Amazon Instant Video will help make your weekend. As always, if you have a suggestion on the perfect lazy Sunday flick, please post ’em in the comments.

Netflix New Releases:

  • The Usual Suspects– An intricately plotted, critically acclaimed thriller that won another Oscar for Best Screenplay (1995)
  • Ronin– De Niro leads an intense team of international hired guns—not to mention one of the best car chase scenes on film  (1998)
  •  I Love You Phillip Morris– Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor lead this bizarre comedy based on a true story (2011)

Hulu Plus New Releases:

  • Tosh.0– Comedian Daniel Tosh takes a byte (get it?) out of the Internet when he dishes up his twisted take on the world wide web (2011)
  • Shinobi– In the year 1614, the Koga and Iga ninja clans have declared peace, but a tragic fate awaits them—think Romeo and Juliet for ninjas (2005)
  • Wipe Out– Crazy obstacle courses, nutty contestants and all the wipe outs you can imagine (2011)

Crackle New Releases:

  • Bat 21– Gene Hackman and Danny Glover do a tour-of-duty in a white-knuckle Vietnam War true story that skips the usual cliches (1988)
  • Stand By Me– This superb coming of age tale transformed its unknown cast into stars and shot Rob Reiner to the top of the Hollywood heap (1986)
  • El Mariachi– A hyper-violent, shoestring budgeted Sundance winner that reinvented the crime genre and helped indie films go legit (1993)

Amazon Instant Video New Releases:

  • Rio– The animated adventures of a rare macaw who leaves his cage in small town Minnesota and heads to Rio (2011)
  • Jany Eyre– A daring new adaptation of the timeless romance—critics hail this captivating film as “a classic for a new generation!” (2011)
  • Assassination Games– Two assassins reluctantly join forces to take down a ruthless drug dealer, crooked cops and shady underworld figures (2011)

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  • Mott342

    Would love to see the documentary “Forks Over Knives.” :o)

  • brian501

    Just wanted to say thanks for these posts on Friday. I’ve got 3 Roku’s. They are great but there is so much content to sift through that its sometimes hard to find new shows or movies to watch.

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  • Damske Hodinky

    I would stick with Ronin-
    De Niro is laways brilliant in his roles.