New on Netflix – December 14th and December 21st

What are you watching while the snow flies?

Let’s see what new DVDs we have to look forward to in the next two weeks.

December 14th

The Kids Are All Right (comedy, Annette Bening, Julianne Moore) – Netflix release, DVD and Blu-Ray, delayed from original purchase release of November 16th

Cats and Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore (family comedy, animated, Chris O’Donnell, Bette Midler) – Netflix release, DVD and Blu-Ray, delayed from original purchase release of November 16th

Lottery Ticket (comedy, Bow Wow, Brandon T. Jackson) – Netflix release, DVD and Blu-Ray, delayed form original purchase release of November 16th

King of the Avenue (crime thriller, Ving Rhames, Simon Rex) – Netflix release, DVD and Netflix Instant Streaming (original purchase release October 26th)

Mother and Child (drama, Annette Bening, Naomi Watts) – Netflix and purchase release, DVD and Blu-Ray

Micmacs (foreign comedies, Dany Boon) – Netflix and purchase release, DVD and Blu-Ray

Exit Through the Gift Shop (documentary) – Netflix and purchase release, DVD and Netflix Instant Streaming

GasLand (documentary) – Netflix and purchase release, DVD

The Other Guys (comedy, Will Farrell, Mark Wahlberg) – Purchase release, DVD and Blu-Ray, netflix release delayed until January 2011

Cyrus (comedy, John C. Reilly, Jonah Hill) – Purchases release, DVD and Blu-Ray, Netflix release delayed until January 2011

Despicable Me (family animation, Steve Carell, Jason Segal) Purchase release, DVD and Blu-Ray, Netflix release delayed until January 2011

The A-Team (action, Liam Neeson, Bradley Cooper) – Purchase release, DVD and Blu-Ray, Netflix release delayed until January 2011

Nanny McPhee Returns (family comedy, Emma Thompson, Maggie Gyllenhaal) – Purchase release, DVD and Blu-Ray, Netflix release delayed until January 2011

December 17th

Once again we have some mid-week oddities, releasing on a Friday.  Well, I shouldn’t say “we” – they’re available for buyers, but not Netflix renters.  Say it with me – the studios who forced this delay on Netflix SUCK.

Legends of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole (family animation, Geoffrey Rush, Jim Sturgess) – Purchase release, DVD and Blu-Ray, Netflix release delayed until January 2011

The Town (crime thriller, Ben Affleck, Rebecca Hall) – Purchase release, DVD and Blu-Ray, Netflix release delayed until January 2011

December 21st

Flipped (romantic comedy, Madeline Carroll, Callan McAuliffe) – Netflix release, DVD, delayed from November 23rd purchase release

Eat Pray Love (romance, Julia Roberts, Javier Bardem) – Netflix release, DVD and Blu-Ray, delayed from November 23rd purchase release

Easy A (teen comedy, Emma Stone, Alyson Michalka) – Netflix and purchase release, DVD and Blu-Ray

Step Up 3 (drama, Rick Malambri, Adam G. Sevani) – Netflix and purchase release, DVD and Blu-Ray (also available in 3D)

Let It Rain (foreign comedy, Agnes Jaoui, Frederic Pierott) – Netflix and purchase release, DVD and Netflix Instant Streaming

Soul Kitchen (foreign comedy, Adam Bousdoukos, Anna Bederke) – Netflix and purchase release, DVD and Netflix Instant Streaming

The Heavy (action thriller, Gary Stretch, Stephen Rea) – Netflix and purchase release, DVD

The Horde (French Horror, zombies) – Netflix and purchase release, DVD

Beautiful Kate (drama, Rachel Griffiths, Bryan Brown) – Netflix and purchase release, DVD

A Fighting Chance (documentary, Kyle Maynard) – Purchase release, DVD, Netflix release delayed indefinitely

Devil (horror, Chris Messina, Logan Marshall-Green) – Purchase release, DVD and Blu-Ray, netflix release delayed until January 2011

Salt (thriller, Angelina Jolie, Liev Schreiber) – Purchase release, DVD and Blu-Ray, Netflix release delayed until January 2011

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (crime drama, Michael Douglas, Shia La Boeuf) – Purchase release, DVD and Blu-Ray, Netflix release delayed until January 2011

That’s a whole lot of delayed DVDs.  Thanks, studios.  But I’ll be watching for the Kids Are All Right to arrive in my mailbox on Tuesday.  Annette Bening is getting a lot of Oscar buzz for this one.  I will be passing on Eat Pray Love – I couldn’t bring myself to pick up the book and Julia Roberts in the lead doesn’t make me inclined to watch the movie.  That’s one they could have delayed indefinitely…

And we may not be able to rent it yet, but Ben Affleck’s The Town is an adaptation of a novel.  We can get that novel for less than a movie rental!  It’s always fun to compare the movie with its source material.  See the link below – you can get the paperback for a little over 2 bucks.  Score!

More Netflix info and release dates on Movie Rewind:

Everything Netflix

December 28 and January 4
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