Whether you're single, in a new relationship, divorced, or something in between, there's a perfect movie to watch during every stage of your love life.
Finding the best movies on Netflix for couples that both will enjoy is sometimes hard to accomplish.
Overly gushy romantic movies tend to turn men, and sometimes women, off. Tyler plays Barry, a socially bungling bro-man bachelor.
Boasting a flurry of sexy, Tracy/Hepburn-esque banter and enough surrealist flourishes to scratch the Coens’ arthouse itch (recurring scenes of Clooney visiting his firm’s sickly senior partner are a major highlight), Intolerable Cruelty proves that, even when the brothers aren’t quite firing on all cylinders, they can still produce exemplary work.—Mark Rozeman 47.
High Society Year: 1956 Director: Charles Walters The Philadelphia Story isn’t currently streaming on Netflix, so in many ways, High Society—a musical remake starring Grace Kelly, Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby—is the next-best thing.
Her deception and its effect on those surrounding her present a compelling look at pathology and the lengths we are willing to go to garner acceptance.
"The Imposter" Essentially this one is a real-life version of "The Orphan," except with a French man impersonating a Texas boy who has gone missing."Thirty years before the antics of Britney Spears and Lindsay Lohan," she makes the modern day scandal look like child's play."Schooled: The Price Of College Sports" Being interested in sports (or having any conception of what "touchdown" means) is not necessary for watching this documentary.Through the lens of a few slighted young men, "Schooled" tells the story of the big business of college sports and the little it has to offer its players."The Central Park Five" "The Central Park Five" takes on the troublingly powerful impact that media can have on public perception. Serendipity first introduces us to Jonathan (John Cusack) and Sara (Kate Beckinsale) as they’re reaching for the same pair of gloves inside a Bloomingdale’s.He’s so blissed-out about their new living arrangement that he’s completely tone-deaf to the fact that no, she wouldn’t appreciate being proposed to in front of all their friends (and a bunch of strangers, too) at the end of one of his packed shows.Key to the story and style of the film are Sarah’s ink drawings, created in real life by graphic novelist Jeffrey Brown, who co-wrote the screenplay.