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New on Netflix: February 2016

Original series coming to Netflix in February, include Judd Apatow's "Love," starring Paul Rust and Gillian Jacobs; "Fuller House;" and "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny," the sequel to the 2000 Oscar-winning Ang Lee movie.

You can also catch up with the first season of "Better Call Saul" and the final season of "Mad Men."

Also debuting, several 2015 films, including the well-reviewed indie "Dope" and French director Gasper Noe's controversial "Love" (not to be confused with the Apatow comedy series!)

Here's the full list of what's new on Netflix in February 2016.

Available Feb. 1, 2016

"A Picture of You" (2014)

"Armageddon" (1998)

"Better Call Saul": Season 1

"Charlie's Angels" (2000)

"Collateral Damage" (2002)

"Cruel Intentions" (1999)

"A Faster Horse" (2015)

"Full Metal Jacket" (1987)

"Game Face" (2015)

"Jennifer 8" (1992)

"Johnny English" (2003)

"The Little Engine That Could (2011)

"The Lizzie Borden Chronicles": Season 1

"Losing Isaiah (1995)

"Masha's Tales": Season 1

"My Side of the Mountain" (1969)

"Para Elisa" (2012)

"Pokémon: Xy":
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This Country Playlist Will Get You Pumped For Stagecoach

Hey y'all, listen up: Stagecoach is the other - and for country fans, ultimate - music festival to take place in Indio, CA, and it's coming this weekend, just after Coachella. (Check out photos from last year's Stagecoach here.) The 2015 lineup features badass country couple Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert as headliners Saturday and Sunday, respectively; a throwback to 2012 when they also had back-to-back performances at the desert fest. Country dreamboat - who has aged like a fine wine - Tim McGraw kicks off the weekend as Friday's headliner. Other performers include Dierks Bentley, Jake Owen, Kip Moore, The Band Perry, Sara Evans, and Justin Moore, along with a plethora of other legends (including Zz Top, Merle Haggard, and George Thorogood and the Destroyers of "Bad to the Bone" fame) and breakout stars like Maddie & Tae. True Detective fans might recognize The Handsome Family, who sings the show's theme song
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David Gordon Green on why "The Sitter" is a family movie, and the absurd genius of Sam Rockwell

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David Gordon Green on why
"The Sitter" hits theaters today, featuring Jonah Hill as an inept, aimless slacker who agrees to babysit a neighbor's kids only to end up having a wild night involving high-speed car chases, an insane drug dealer, and more explosions than a Michael Bay film.

"Pineapple Express" and "Your Highness" director David Gordon Green was the man behind the camera for "The Sitter," and he recently explained to IFC why the film is yet another ode to '80s cinema, and why he considers it a "family movie" despite its "R" rating.

IFC: When we were talking about the trailer for "The Sitter," you mentioned that it was the product of your love for 1980s comedies. What was it about those films that you tried to capture with "The Sitter"?

David Gordon Green: I like movies about guys who have poor decision-making skills. Movies like that provide a lot of comic opportunity.
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Robert Radnitz, a 'Total Producer' in the Tradition of David O. Selznick

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Robert Radnitz, a 'Total Producer' in the Tradition of David O. Selznick
I never saw Robert Radnitz in slacks or a suit.  No matter what the occasion, in pitch meetings at studios and networks, at dinners or funerals, the white-haired, dashing producer ("A Dog of Flanders," "Misty," "My Side of the Mountain," "Sounder") wore only Fila white tennis clothes, a white polo, white shorts and white sneakers.   If it was chilly in his always dangerous Malibu Pacific Coast Highway cabana, he covered his tennis attire with a white cable sweater.  Moving seemlessly through features and television, Radnitz, high-strung and always on the edge, enjoyed Southern
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