With more than 203 million paid monthly subscribers worldwide, it’s safe to say that Netflix is one of the world’s favorite streaming platforms. If you’re one of the many people putting Netflix through its paces thanks to lockdown or a stay at home order, you might be wondering what else your Netflix account can offer.
To help you get more bang for your subscription buck, we’ve compiled a list of 2021’s top five Netflix tips. Let’s get started with roaming the world via content.
Nowadays, the holidays can feel like a time of stress rather than a time of festivities − whether from the gift-buying rush, surviving family get-togethers, or paying off those rising bills. But once upon a time, back in those childhood days, it really was the most magical time of the year. Unfortunately, you can’t travel back in time…. But you can hit record and rewind. Here’s our favorite list of movies to watch and record throughout the holiday season.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner — a time for catching up with family and friends, putting on your favorite pair of stretchy pants, and firing up a good movie to enjoy after dinner. For this special holiday, we’ve rounded up 5 family-approved movies that each one of your relatives will enjoy. And, with the help of Replay Capture Suite, you’ll have these fan-favorite flicks saved so that you can watch them on repeat with loved ones — there’s never enough family movie time! Without further delay, here are 5 Thanksgiving movies to watch this year…
Can you believe it? November is just around the corner. As we inch closer to Christmas, Netflix is clearing out its roster of TV shows and movies, and adding many highly anticipated offerings like Casper, The Indian in the Cupboard, Ocean’s Eleven and Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath. If you’re not ready to say goodbye to your favorites just yet, pull up a seat, fire up Netflix and grab a copy of Replay Media Catcher so you don’t miss out!
With Replay Media Catcher, you can record and download your favorite shows and movies effortlessly before they make their departure from Netflix. But, don’t delay: these offerings will be gone from Netflix before you know it!
Summer is in full swing, and with staycations all the more likely this year, it’s the perfect time to get our healthy dose of the best movies and TV shows on Netflix. This month, Netflix is rolling out its newest offerings for August, while also removing a number of fan favorites from its roster. They never disappoint us though, and this month we’ll be saying hello to the likes of Jurassic Park (the original, of course), Johnny English, Drunk Parents and many more!
There’s a long list of not-to-miss movies and TV shows to catch before they’re gone, but not to worry — with Replay Media Catcher, you can record and download your favorite shows and movies effortlessly before they make their departure from Netflix. But, don’t delay: these offerings will be gone from Netflix before you know it!
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Not ready to say goodbye yet? Don’t forget you can save those not-to-be-missed movies for later on with Replay Media Catcher! And, as we take a look at what to expect from Netflix’s August offerings, grab some movie snacks, throw up your feet and capture these highly anticipated offerings that are already or soon-to-be on Netflix.
If the Heath Ledger nostalgia has hit you, and you’re in the mood for a good chick flick, you’ll want to catch A Knight’s Tale. It’s the story of peasant-born William Thatcher (Heath Ledger) who wants to change his fate, believing that he is destined for greatness. He enlists in a jousting tournament, masquerading as a nobleman so that he can participate, and begins his quest to glory. In the process, he wins the heart of a fair maiden and challenges societal and class norms.
It’s a Spielberg science fiction classic that millions across the globe came to love. The first installment in the Jurassic Park franchise by Michael Crichton is set on the fictional island of Isla Nublar, near Costa Rica. The story follows businessman John Hammond and a team of genetic scientists who have created a wildlife park of de-extinct dinosaurs. Industrial sabotage eventually leads to a catastrophic shutdown of the park’s power facilities and Hammond’s children struggle to survive on the island, now controlled by the very species meant to be controlled.
Immigration Nation is a highly-anticipated, six-part series that gives us a rare inside look at the machinery of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The series covers the spring of 2017 to the winter of 2019, following changes to immigration policies implemented by the Trump Administration. Directed by Shaul Schwarz and Christina Clusiau, the series explores both sides of the debate over immigration in the U.S.
There’s nothing like a good musical that pulls at the heartstrings. Based on Victor Hugo’s book, the Les Misérables story is set in the early 19th century and begins with Jean Valjean (Hugh Jackman), who after 19 years as a prisoner, is freed by Javert (Russell Crowe), the officer in charge of the prison workforce. After breaking parole to start a new life for himself, Javert vows to bring Valjean back to prison. Eight years later, Valjean meets Cosette and becomes her guardian after the death of Cosette’s mother. However, with Javert’s relentless pursuit, peace and quiet is far from reach.
Featuring Paralympians from around the world, Rising Phoenix is a ground-breaking movie about the paralympic movement, and will premiere on Netflix all over the globe on August 26. The film release was planned to coincide with the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games, but it will now form an important part of the celebrations leading up to the Games in 2021. The film tells the fascinating story of the Paralympic Games beginning after the devastation of World War II, to the modern day Games as we know them, the third largest sporting event in the world. The Paralympic Games sparked a global movement that challenges each one of us to change the way we think about disability, diversity and human potential.
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During these the past few months, there was a shared, global surge in awareness about the impact that humans have on the planet. With significantly lower levels of air pollution in main city centres such as Paris, Beijing and New York, the ability to witness bioluminescence in oceans, and the return of wildlife back to cities, humans’ impact on the planet has never been more apparent. For those of us who are most curious about the flora and fauna of the planet, we’ve corralled 4 documentaries that you simply must watch — they will truly change the way you think about the earth!
There just isn’t another documentary out there that comes even close to Night on Earth. With the help of state-of-the-art technology, the docuseries takes us from the African Savanna to the Peruvian desert to show us the lives of predators and prey, and how closely they are linked to the moon’s cycles. Shot completely during nighttime hours, you will often forget that the images on-screen were recorded in complete darkness. Let Night on Earth lift the veil of the night’s darkness and discover a whole other world you’ve never seen.
It was just a few years ago that we began to take notice about experts’ warnings regarding the disappearing coral in our oceans. The scientific community has found that warmer water temperatures can result in coral bleaching — an unfortunate phenomenon that takes place when the water is too warm and corals expel the algae (zooxanthellae) that lives in their tissues, causing the coral to turn completely white. While a bleached coral is not dead, and in fact corals can survive a bleaching event, they are under more stress and are at risk of dying. With that in mind, Chasing Coral is about a team of divers, scientists and photographers around the world who document the disappearance of coral reefs, providing an eye-opening look at the often irreversible human impact on the planet.
In this saddening look at the illegal ivory trade in China and Hong Kong, The Ivory Game directors Keif Davidson, Richard Ladkani and their crew spend 16 months undercover to investigate the killing of elephants for their tusks and the smuggling of ivory to China. While the trade is illegal, there is a thriving black market where corrupt business practices and dealings occur, constantly feeding the demand for ivory in China and Hong Kong, where it is seen as a status symbol. The film takes viewers from Tanzania, Kenya, and Zambia to China, Hong Kong, and Vietnam, with a brief stop in London.
Award-winning documentary, A Plastic Ocean, is an adventure film that was shot in more than 20 locations over the span of four years. Explorers Craig Leeson and Tanya Streeter plus a team of international scientists explore the fragile state of our oceans to reveal the alarming causes and consequences of plastic pollution, while sharing working solutions that can be put into immediate effect.
Want to uncover more shocking and amazing truths about Earth? Don’t miss out on all of these must-see documentaries about our beloved planet!
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As we head into the warmer months, with summer just around the corner, Netflix is following suit and heating things up with its newest offerings for the month of May. This does mean that we’ll also need to bid adieu to some superb TV shows and movies at the same time, before welcoming highly anticipated offerings like Becoming, House at the End of the Street, Fun with Dick & Jane and many more!
Not ready to say goodbye yet? Don’t forget you can save those not-to-be-missed movies for later on with Replay Video Capture! And, as we direct our attention to Netflix’s May offerings, grab some movie snacks, throw up our feet and capture these highly anticipated offerings that are already or soon-to-be on Netflix.
In this cult-favorite 1980s sci-fi classic, small-town California teen Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) is transported back into the ’50s when an experiment by his scientist friend Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) doesn’t go exactly as planned. In his modified DeLorean car, Marty travels through time and encounters young versions of his parents. His mission becomes ensuring that they fall in love or he’ll cease to exist in the future. At the same time, Marty must return to his own time and save the life of Doc Brown. Catch this sure-fire family favorite that is loved by young and old alike!
The final season of the CBS political thriller, Madam Secretary, has arrived. Instead of the usual 23 episodes, the final series includes just 10 instalments and stars Téa Leoni as Elizabeth McCord, a former CIA and political science professor turned Secretary of State. Each episode provides a closer look at the life and role of the Secretary of State and how they balance their work and personal life schedule. Following McCord’s announcement at the end of season 5 that she will run for President of the United States, will she be victorious? Catch the 6th season to find out!
Set during the Great Depression, Public Enemies chronicles the final years of the career of notorious bank robber John Dillinger (Johnny Depp) as he is pursued by FBI agent Melvin Purvis (Christian Bale). Despite his charm and audacity making him a well-liked figure amongst much of America’s downtrodden public, he’s got dues to pay. And, Purvis has been tasked with catching him and bringing him to the FBI, dead or alive.
The much-anticipated film documents former First Lady Michelle Obama’s 34-city tour around the United States following the release of her bestselling memoir, which shares the same name as the documentary: Becoming. Based on what we can see from the trailer, the documentary will also delve into Obama’s past, including never-before-seen glimpses at her childhood and life before the White House. Obama lets us know that this documentary is “totally me, unplugged, for the first time”, and we can’t wait to dive in and watch it!
Sweet Magnolias is based on the Sweet Magnolias book series by Sherryl Woods. This tear-jerking family drama follows three South Carolina women who have been best friends since high school, as they juggle romantic relationships, career, and family. Be sure to bring your tissue-box for this one, as it’s sure to pull at the heartstrings. The show airs on May 19, and we’re counting down the days until we can catch a glimpse of this one.
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It’s spring cleaning time for all of us, and Netflix is jumping on the bandwagon by updating its roster of offerings, just in time for the warmer months. While we’ll need to say goodbye to some notable TV shows and movies, we can also pull out the elcome mat to some highly anticipated offerings like Silver Linings Playbook, Goodfellas, Anna Karenina, The Shawshank Redemption and many more!
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As we say goodbye to this impressive list of TV shows and movies, it’s time to queue up the microwave popcorn and capture these soon-to-be offerings on Netflix.
A mob crime classic directed by Martin Scorsese in the early 1990’s, GoodFellas is an adaptation of the 1985 non-fiction book “Wiseguy” by Nicholas Pileggi, who also co-wrote the screenplay with Scorsese. The movie depicts the rise and fall of mob associate Henry Hill and his friends and family from 1955 to 1980. Don’t miss Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci and Ray Liotta in what is widely regarded as one of the greatest films in the gangster genre.
Elite is a racy Spanish teen show that has captured audiences from all over the globe. The series follows three underprivileged pupils who join Las Encinas, a private school attended by the children of the privileged and wealthy, when a murder takes place. The mystery of who killed Marina (María Pedraza) begins to unfold, as well as the events leading up to her death.
Silver Linings Playbook is a romantic comedy-drama film, adapted from Matthew Quick’s 2008 novel “The Silver Linings Playbook”. Former teacher Pat Solitano (Bradley Cooper) moves back in with his parents after losing his job, and being released from a mental institution. Wanting to rebuild his life and reconcile with his ex-wife, things get a little complicated when Pat meets Tiffany (Jennifer Lawrence). She offers to help him reconnect with his wife, but only if he will do something very important for her in exchange.
“Self Made” stars Academy Award Winner, Octavia Spencer, in the untold, true story of black hair care pioneer and entrepreneur Madam C. J. Walker. The series highlights how she overcame post-slavery racial and gender biases, rivalries and personal betrayals, tumultuous marriages and family issues to eventually become America’s first black, self-made female millionaire. The movie was inspired by “On Her Own Ground: The Life and Times of Madam CJ Walker”, written by A’Lelia Bundles, Walker’s great-great-granddaughter.
“Unorthodox” is the story of a young ultra-Orthodox Jewish woman who leaves her arranged marriage and religious community in New York to start a new life abroad in Berlin. However, just as she begins to find her own way, on the road to a new life, the past begins to catch up with her. The series was inspired by Deborah Feldman’s New York Times Bestselling book, and it stars Shira Haas, Jeff Wilbusch, and Amit Rahav.
We’ve rounded up quite the selection of TV shows and movies for you to check out this month. Before you do that though, you’ll want to capture those that are leaving the streaming service so that you don’t miss out! With Replay Video Capture, you can bet you’ll be able to watch and capture all your favorites.
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The 92nd Academy Awards have come and gone, and with them, brought an offering of some incredible movies from 2019.
From epic speeches, to history-making wins, it was a cinematic year not to be missed. And while there was a host of excellent nominees for “Best Picture”, as always, only one could take home the golden statue.
Whether you saw those movies in theaters, or if you managed to catch them on Netflix, there were quite a few strong contenders this year in the “Best Picture” category, and the time has finally come to recognize our favorites from this Oscar season.
If you haven’t had the chance to catch all of the nominees, we’ve got you covered. We’ve put together a list of all the Best Picture nominees, so you can capture them, watch them and be ready to discuss the highlights with your friends in the Oscars’ aftermath. With Replay Video Capture, you won’t have to miss out on any of the year’s best movies.
Cheesy teleprompter intro aside, the nominees for Best Picture are…
In this heart-wrenching look at separation and divorce, an all-star cast leads this incredible and moving story of a family trying to find a path forward while at the same time, confronting the reality that their marriage is over. With Scarlet Johansson and Adam Driver nominated for Best Actress and Best Actor, respectively, you can expect A Marriage Storyto pull at your heartstrings and raise thought-provoking discussions about marriage and divorce..
In this coming-of-age film directed by Taika Waititi, a young boy struggles to find his voice in Nazi Germany. Jojo, the titular character, is faced with an internal conflict as he tries to find his place as a cadet in the Hitler Youth organization, after learning that his mother is harboring a young Jewish girl in their attic. What makes this satirical coming-of-age comedy unique is Jojo’s imaginary friend who bears witness to Jojo’s life lessons through it all — Adolf Hitler himself.
In one of the most brilliant and disturbing films of the last year, Todd Phillips’ Jokeris a study of the motivations that ultimately lead the titular character, Arthur Fleck, into villainy. Bleek and spellbinding, the movie takes a voyage into the well-known Batman story and flips it inside out. Joaquin Phoenix’s performance earns him a well-deserved Oscar in this never-before-told origin story of Joker that is not for the faint of heart.
In a wartime epic that cleaned up at the Golden Globes, Sam Mendes’ 1917 is a tale of bravery and sacrifice that is rumored to have been inspired by war tales of the director’s own grandfather. Not just simply another depiction of World War I, the film follows two British soldiers who receive time-sensitive and seemingly impossible orders. They must cross into enemy territory in order to deliver a message that could potentially save the countless lives of their fellow comrades, including the brother of one of the soldiers. If not for the story, 1917 is worth watching for the cinematography alone, as it was shot unconventionally with a series of continuous, uncut shots that were then uniquely connected to give the feeling of one long take.
Ford v Ferrari is the incredible true-life story between two friends, American automotive designer Carroll Shelby (Matt Damon) and former British race car driver, Ken Miles (Christian Bale), who take on Ford’s rival Enzo Ferrari with their revolutionary vehicle in the race of their lives at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in France in 1966. The film is a perfect mix of sport, humor and drama for racing enthusiasts and not only.
In Martin Scorsese’s turn at producing and directing a Netflix original, we get a crime drama to end all crime dramas. Starring Robert DeNiro (Frank Sheeran), Joe Pesci (Russell Bufalino) and Al Pacino (Jimmy Hoffa), the movie is an epic story of organized crime in post-war America as told through the eyes of Sheeran, a World War II veteran. The Irishman chronicles the disappearance of legendary union boss Jimmy Hoffa, while offering an enlightening journey through the hidden world of organized crime.
Bong Joon-ho’s Parasitewas a mover and shaker at this year’s Academy Awards; the film took home the most awards, including Best Picture, making it the first time ever that a foreign language film has won the category. Offering dark humor, drama and countless edge-of-your-seat moments, the film is a depiction of greed and class discrimination, and how this unfortunate societal reality threatens the newly formed relationship between the privileged Park family and that of the poor Kims.
Quentin Tarantino’s controversial ninth film stars, most notably, Leonardo DiCaprio in the lead role of Hollywood actor Rick Dalton, Brad Pitt as Cliff Booth, Dalton’s best friend and stuntman, and Margot Robbie as Sharon Tate. The film follows Dalton and Booth as they struggle to stay relevant and active in the Hollywood scene and as a surprise, touches on the unfortunate story of the Charles Manson cult and the murder of Sharon Tate. For those who have missed a good story with the classic gory twist of Tarantino, topped off with a star-studded cast: this one’s for you.
The movie Little Women is based on the beautiful tale of four sisters in the post-Civil War era in the United States, penned by Louisa May Alcott. The March sisters include Jo, Amy, Meg and Beth. Jo is a writer living in New York. Amy studies painting in Paris and has a fortuitous meeting with a childhood crush who proposed to her sister Jo but was ultimately turned down. Meg is married, while Beth develops a critical illness that brings the family together again.
With this epic list of movies at your fingertips, you’re all set for many nights of cinema gold. Find them online and download them to your computer, phone or tablet to make watching them all that much easier.
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Netflix is updating it’s roster for the season, which means more changes are due on our Netflix queues. And while this means we have plenty of great holiday movies to look forward to, and some very highly anticipated show offerings like The Crown, The Good Place, The Irishman, and more, it does signal a sad end for some of our favorite movies and series that have been making the rounds on the popular streaming site these last few months.
For everyone who has been anxiously awaiting the next stylish installment of Netflix original “The Crown”, this November, your wait is finally over. After having two critically acclaimed seasons about the British monarchy with Claire Foy and Matt Smith at the helm, the third season is unique in that the entire royal family is recast as viewers are introduced to the next era of Her Royal Highness’s England.
In Martin Scorsese’s turn at producing and directing a Netflix original, we get a crime drama to end all crime dramas. This scorcher stars Robert DeNiro, Joe Pesci and Al Pacino, playing Frank Sheehan, Marty Bufalino and Jimmy Hoffa, respectively. If you love mafia movies, you won’t want to miss this one, with the masters of mob cinema at the helm. CGI graphics make it possible to see all of these actors play younger versions of themselves onscreen. Pretty incredible.
This original new drama centers around two brothers who have been living very different lives. When an unfortunate life circumstance hits them both, they are reunited once again. In this drama, both will be forced to discover the mysterious link that further draws them together.
In this special fifth season, the Fab Five take their talents to Tokyo to help four special participants desperately in need of a makeover. As they help their new friends tackle the areas in their lives that need extra special TLC, the team meet their biggest challenge yet as they navigate a new language, a new culture and new ways to make over a life in-style. Kawai!
In this Spanish thriller set in 1960’s Barcelona, prostitute Helena finds herself involved in the burgeoning heroine scene as she attempts to make a better life for herself and her family. At turns stylish and sexy, this one is not to be missed!
We’ve listed some highlights, but there are quite a few titles that are leaving the streaming service, which you won’t want to miss out on. A whole slew of Disney movies are also taking flight, in anticipation of Disney’s newest streaming site, Disney+. Don’t miss out on them here, but stay tuned to learn how to watch and capture your favorites with Replay Video Capture.