Netflix This Week – March 1-7, 2020

It’s that time of the week, everyone! Our Everything Netflix page has been updated with the newest releases. We have Streaming dates, DVD releases, and some Amazon Prime Video and Netflix Canada dates as well! Something for everyone, that’s our motto.

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Here are some highlights for the week of March 1-7:

Netflix Streaming

Spenser Confidential (March 6)

This comedy/action/mystery hybrid has interesting origins. It’s kind of based on the novel Wonderland, which was written by Ace Atkins. The novel is part of the Spenser series originally penned by Robert B. Parker and taken over by Atkins in 2012. There are now a total of 49 Spenser novels, one TV series, and this is the seventh movie. I like Wahlberg, I hope this is good (and maybe they’ll make more!)

Are you looking for another good action movie? Try Snowpiercer (streaming on Netflix), or The Adjustment Bureau (Streaming on Hulu).

Netflix DVD Releases

Dark Waters (March 3)

Dark Waters is a film about corporate pollution, those who do it, and those who fight it. Mark Ruffalo stars as a lawyer going up against DuPont on behalf of a farmer whose cows are getting sick and dying. Uncovering the layers of deception and taking on a town’s largest employer makes trouble for both client and attorney. This is based on actual events and scares the daylights out of me, but has a great cast and has received much acclaim, so I will see it.

Are you looking for something a little more uplifting based on real life events? Try We Bought a Zoo (two Matt Damons in one week! You can rent this one on Amazon) or The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio (another one you can rent on Amazon)

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