Since you're still unable to watch Daniel Craig's swan song as James Bond in No Time to Die — the coronavirus pandemic pushed the film's release from April to November — you should instead stream Craig's first run in the role, which also happens to be the best Bond movie ever. (In my humble opinion.)
Coming Aug. 31
With the present looking worse and worse every day, why not go for a little time-travel escapism with this classic blockbuster franchise? The entire trilogy is hitting Netflix, so you can follow Marty and Doc's adventures in 1955, 1885, and the far-off future of 2015.
Coming Sept. 1
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This new original rom-com sees genre favorite Rachael Leigh Cook as a lawyer who falls for her client: a man (Damon Wayans Jr.) suing a dating app that had guaranteed to find him love.
Coming Sept. 3
Acclaimed filmmaker Charlie Kaufman, known for his quirky comedies, gives horror a try with this new original film about a young woman (Jessie Buckley) who travels with her boyfriend (Jesse Plemons) to visit his parents' secluded farm, and things get wild from there.
Coming Sept. 4