Netflix Top Picks – 03/07/2013

Here’s this weeks Top Picks! If you see anything that you think the whole world should know about – just leave a comment below.

American History X (1998)
A California neo-Nazi gets sent to prison for murder and comes out a changed man. But can he atone for his sins and prevent his younger brother from following in his hate-filled footsteps?
Netflix rating: 4.2 – IMDB rating: 8.6
Available on Netflix Canada, Denmark, Finland, Mexico, Norway and Sweden – Also available on Vudu

Big Fish (2003)
In this disarming fantasy told largely through flashbacks, young reporter William Bloom attempts to learn more about his dying father by finding the truth behind a lifetime of his fanciful tall tales and legends of epic proportions.
Netflix rating: 3.7 – IMDB rating: 8.0
Available on Netflix USA – Also available on Crackle USA and Vudu

Call the Midwife (2012)
Set in the 1950s, this period drama based on the memoirs of Jennifer Worth follows new midwife Jenny Lee and the other midwives and nuns working in a nursing convent in an impoverished section of London’s East End.
Netflix rating: 4.3 – IMDB rating: 8.2
Available on Netflix Brazil, Denmark, Finland, Mexico, Norway, Sweden & USA – Also available on Vudu

Finally…

With hundreds of TV shows available to watch on Netflix we thought we would take a look at some of those that are worth a second look, perhaps you missed them first time round or maybe you just didn’t know they were available to stream or where to find them.

Covert Affairs (2010-2012)
Annie Walker is a CIA operative who is yanked out of training and thrust into active duty. As she contends with the intrigues of international spy rings, she comes to understand she’s being used as bait to lure a villain from her past.
Netflix rating: 4.1 – IMDB rating: 7.2
Available on Netflix Brazil, Ireland, Mexico & UK – Also available on Vudu

 

 

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