5 items from 2016
The countdown to Litchfield is on. Netflix has revealed what’s new to the streaming service in June, and as previously announced, Orange is the New Black: Season 4 is set for a June 17 release. Joining the Emmy-winning series this month is the 2015 Oscar winner for Best Picture and Best Original Screenplay Spotlight (June 22). For those seeking their fix of dinosaurs, the first three Jurassic Park movies are available starting June 1. All told, nearly 100 titles are coming to Netflix in the days ahead. Here’s the full list. Get your popcorn ready. June 1 7 Chinese Brothers 72 Cutest Animals: Season 1 72 Dangerous Places: Season 1 A Walk to Remember Big Stone Gap Bob Ross: Beauty is Everywhere Breaking the Magician’s Code: Magic’s Biggest Secrets Finally Revealed: Season 1-2 Cold in July Conspiracy Theory: Did We Land On The Moon? Cuba: The Forgotten Revolution (Dis)Honesty: The Truth About Lies El Libro de Piedra »
- David Eckstein
Get out those orange jumpsuits: Season 4 of "Orange Is the New Black" debuts on Netflix on June 17.
Also new in June: The first three "Jurassic Park" films, "Life" (starring Robert Pattinson as a Life magazine photographer and Dane DeHaan as James Dean) and Best Picture Oscar winner "Spotlight." ("The Big Short" arrives in July.)
Here's the complete list of what's new on Netflix streaming in June 2016:
Available June 1
"7 Chinese Brothers" (2015)
"72 Cutest Animals:" Season 1
"72 Dangerous Places:" Season 1
"A Walk to Remember" (2002)
"Big Stone Gap" (2014)
"Bob Ross: Beauty is Everywhere (1990)
"Cold in July" (2014)
"Conspiracy Theory: Did We Land On The Moon?" (2001)
"Cuba: The Forgotten Revolution" (2015)
"(Dis)Honesty: The Truth About Lies" (2015)
"El Libro de Piedra" (1969)
"Elizabeth: The Golden Age" (2007)
"Extraordinary Tales" (2015)
"The Fear of 13" (2015)
"Gabo: The Creation of Gabriel García Márquez" (2015)
"Gentlemen and Gangsters:" Season 1
- Sharon Knolle
A man (Jack O’Connell) who lost his life savings on a single stock after blithely following the tip of a TV stock guru (George Clooney) decides to exact revenge against the easy populist target du jour—Wall Street—by holding Clooney hostage at gunpoint on live television. With the help of his trusted director (Julia Roberts), Clooney (what else?) saves the day by figuring out who is really to blame for the plight of the gunman—the invitingly named Kyle Budwell.
If the basic of plot of Jodie Foster’s fourth directorial turns sounds both incredible and intriguing, then you have the right idea about her new film which opens in theaters this weekend. At its core, Money Monster exists on two different planes—both an unabashed thriller and a cynical, satirical movie about modern American life and problems. But not all planes are created equal. While Foster’s »
- J Don Birnam
Summer doesn’t officially start until June 21, but the movie business operates on its own calendar. The foreign release of “Captain America: Civil War” this weekend and its domestic debut in five days kicks off Hollywood’s busiest season and signals that it’s popcorn movie time again.
The next four months will bring sequels aplenty, costumed vigilantes, and the destruction of several major cities. If movie studios have gamed out their major releases correctly, then they stand to profit handsomely from new Avengers, X-Men, Ghostbusters, and Star Trek installments. If not, they could be left holding a “R.I.P.D.”
Here are five burning questions that audiences will help answer at the multiplexes this summer.
1.) Does star power still matter?
- Brent Lang
YouTube is the home of numerous conspiracy theories and one of the more odd ones claims that Katy Perry is really the late murdered beauty queen, JonBenet Ramsey. “All of these people are liars, man,” David Johnson, the uploader, said as images of Perry and Ramsey play. “Nobody died, nobody got hurt. That sacrifice was in […]
- Crystal Smith
5 items from 2016
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