August’s Netflix Streaming Titles, Part One

Here’s a catalog dump from Netflix to help keep you cool in this ridiculously hot month. I’m having to break this into parts as we had a bit of a family emergency last week that we are still recovering from.

Enemy at the Gates

Action & Adventure: Batman & Robin, Conspiracy Theory, Daylight, Enemy at the Gates, Gunfight at La Mesa, The Hurt Locker

Anime: Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works

Classic: The Daughter of Dawn

Fletch

Comedy: The Skeleton Twins, Benny and Joon, Can’t Buy Me Love, Elizabethtown, Fletch, Happy Endings

Antarctic Edge

Documentary: The New Black, Antarctic Edge: 70 South, Beneath the Helmet, Bigfoot’s Reflection, Carl Panzram: The Spirit of Hatred and Vengeance, Casting By, A Day Without Cancer, Dogs on the Inside, Fair Chase, Flex is Kings, How to Sell a Banksy, Josef Fritzl: Story of a Monster, Katy Perry: Part of Me

Drama: Asylum (2005), August, Blue Crush, Dear Frankie, The Doors, Eat With Me, Electric Slide, Good Morning Killer

Family: All Dogs Go to Heaven 2, Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet Frankenstein, A Gift Horse

Fantasy & Science Fiction: Flight World War II

Foreign: Bride and Prejudice

Television: Scaredy Squirrel, Dancing on the Edge, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, De que te Quiero te Quiero, The Delivery Man, El Chavo, El Payaso Plim Plim: Un Heroe del Corazon, Hasta Que el Dinero nos Separe, and new episodes of Turbo FAST and Fetch!

One of These Things is Not Like the Other

Well, we were at Wal-Mart again the other day. I saw a new multi-pack display that made me laugh.

Wayne Bullock

 

First they had a nice five movie collection for John Wayne and Sandra Bullock (above)

Gibson Murphy

 

Next to it was a five film collection for Eddie Murphy and one for “Antiheroes”. Apparently Mel Gibson is now persona non grata enough to be removed from the title. I wholeheartedly support actual consequences for bad behavior and this certainly gave me a good laugh at Gibson’s expense.

Mind you, the fact police will have some words over this. Payback absolutely features an antihero. The Road Warrior is also pretty much an antihero movie. Conspiracy Theory features a protagonist who is insane but not an antihero. Edge of Darkness features a grieving father searching for justice. Finally, We Were Soldiers is a fairly standard war picture. So honestly only 40% of the collection is about antiheroes.