As much as Netflix is a utopian dreamland, bursting at the seams with gigabyte after gigabyte of viewing goodness, some of the content available changes like the weather. But while that means occasionally we miss out on content, it also means viewers also get frequent exciting additions.
The Netflix new releases for July take a bow to the franchise, with not one, but two ’80s classic series added in for your viewing pleasure. If my calculations are correct, sci-fi fans, and cinema fans in general, will be delighted to see the entire Back to the Future series added.
Plenty Of Action For The Buddy Cop Genre
Furthermore, Richard Donner’s , Lethal Weapon, will spoil you with eight hours of Mel Gibson and Danny Glover being effortlessly brilliant across all four movies, from the 1987 original to Lethal Weapon 4 in 1998.
Those looking for more in the crime-action genre will also be treated to Bad Boys II (2003), plus Beverly Hills Cop (1984) and Beverly Hills Cop II (1987). Still want more action?! Well, joining in July will also be Blade II (2002) and Ron Howard’s Cinderella Man (2005).
Oscar Winners And Teen Comedies
There are also Oscar winning additions, with the standout pick being , The Big Short (2015), as well as the 2000 Best Picture winner, Gladiator, which will make sure you’re entertained.
In the feature film realm, honorable mentions also go to angsty teen comedy Mean Girls (2004) and The Wave (2015), which has been praised for its special effects and interesting take on the disaster movie format.
Finally, in terms of TV, Anna Friel takes the lead in British crime thriller Marcella, Bojack Horseman returns for a third season, Degrassi: Next Class and Marco Polo both return for their respective second seasons.
The Best Of The Rest For Netflix’s July Releases Are Below:
Batman: The Movie
Beavis and Butt-head Do America
By the People: The Election of Barack Obama
Cheaper by the Dozen
The Italian Job
The Longest Yard
The Lovely Bones
Nick of Time
Raiders Of The Lost Art, Season 2
The Shannara Chronicles, Season 1
Word Party, Season 1
Mystery Files, Season 1
The Last Kingdom, Season 1
My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, Season 6, part 1
Hit Record on TV with Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Season 2
What are you most looking forward to watching on Netflix in July?
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