Best New Netflix Instant Movies for July 2012
There’s nothing better than sitting down on the couch and watching movies instantly from your computer or TV, with no trip to the theater or the store. Netflix is making movies available all the time, so we’ve done all the work and put together a list of the best movies newly available on Netflix Instant. We’ve even got the links to the movies in the titles below, so just click and watch. Super easy and super fun.
Check back every week for more new Netflix Instant movies for July 2012.
NEW NETFLIX INSTANT MOVIES FOR JULY 24TH – JULY 30th
In ‘A Fish Called Wanda‘ a jewel heist goes hilariously wrong. The comedy classic stars John Cleese, Jamie Lee Curtis, Michael Palin and Kevin Kline, who won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.
‘DreamWorks’ How To Train Your Dragon Legends’ features a pair of short films involving Hiccup Gobber and the gang which came out after the popular 2010 feature film.
In the comedy ‘Crazy on the Outside‘ a con struggles to adjust to everyday life after serving a three year prison sentence. Tim Allen, who spent two-and-half years in jail on a drug trafficking rap as a young man, stars and makes his directorial debut.
Pam Grier plays the iconic blaxploitation butt-kicker ‘Foxy Brown,’ who’s hellbent on revenge after her boyfriend is murdered by gangsters.
‘Neverland‘ is a British miniseries which acts as both a prequel and a re-imagining of Peter Pan. Rhys Ifans, Charlie Rowe and Anna Friel star.
The quintessential surf documentary ‘The Endless Summer‘ follows a pair of surfers around the world as they search for the perfect wave.
NEW NETFLIX INSTANT MOVIES FOR JULY 17TH – JULY 23rd
In the 2011 retelling of ‘Conan The Barbarian‘ Jason Momoa stars in the role that helped make Arnold Schwarzenegger famous.
‘Ronin’ features Robert De Niro, Jean Reno and perhaps the greatest car chase in movie history.
OK, it’s clearly the second most famous ‘Titanic’ out there, but the 2012 TV mini-series ‘Titanic’ recounts previously untold personal narratives from passengers on the doomed ocean liner.
In the 1985 thriller “Lifeforce’ aliens come to earth and turn the population into zombies. Aliens and zombies, you can’t beat that.
Nick Nolte and Jennifer Connelly head an all-star cast in ‘Mulholland Falls,’ a neo-noir thriller set in ’50s-era Los Angeles.
Philip Seymour Hoffman and Ethan Hawke are brothers and bank robbers in ’Before The Devil Knows You’re Dead.’ The critically acclaimed crime drama was the last for legendary director Sidney Lumet, who died in 2011, and is now available on Netflix Instant.
New Netflix Instant Movies for July 10th – July 17th
‘Immortals’ is Tarsem Singh’s highly stylized and extremely violent take on Greek mythology. Mickey Rourke and Henry Cavill star and do battle.
What do you get when you mix Patrick Swayze, C. Thomas Howell, Lea Thompson, Jennifer Grey and Charlie Sheen with some serious cold war paranoia? ‘Red Dawn,’ possibly the most ‘80s movie ever made.
In ‘Rampart’ Woody Harrelson plays Dave Brown, a cop as dirty as he is mean. Acclaimed crime novelist James Ellroy co-wrote the movie, which is based on the real-life exploits of the LAPD’s notoriously corrupt Rampart Division.
Bruce Willis, Gary Oldman, and Milla Jovovich star in Luc Besson’s sci-fi epic ‘The Fifth Element.’
‘The Making of South Park: 6 Days to Air’ takes a behind the scenes look at how Trey and Matt and a host of others create an episode of the satiric cartoon.
The first four seasons of the hit AMC drama ‘Breaking Bad’ are available on Netflix Instant.
NEW NETFLIX INSTANT MOVIES FOR JULY 3 – JULY 9, 2012
In ‘Donnie Brasco,’ Johnny Depp plays an FBI agent infiltrating the mafia. Al Pacino co-stars as an aging low-level mobster hoping for one last score.
Terry Gilliam’s time-travel thriller ‘12 Monkeys‘ stars Bruce Willis, Madeleine Stowe and Brad Pitt, whose performance was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.
In the new Netflix Instant flick ‘Basic,‘ the DEA’s investigation of strange circumstances surrounding the disappearance of a legendary Army Ranger and the death of four soldiers takes a series of unusual twist and turns.
Thanks to ‘A League of Their Own,’ the world learned that there is no crying in baseball. Tom Hanks, Geena Davis and Madonna star in this ode to the short-lived World War II-era All American Girls Professional Baseball League.
A detective played by Tommy Lee Jones investigates a mobster played by John Goodman in the post-Katrina-New Orleans-based mystical drama ‘Into the Electric Mist.’ The award winning Franco/American collaboration was never released theatrically in the United States, but is available on Netflix Instant.