What’s New On Netflix This Month – August 2016
Here are 15 of the new movies and shows coming to Netflix in August.
You can see the full list here.
This classic tale features a paranoid Johnny Depp as Ichabod Crane and Christopher Walken as the Headless Horseman. Hopefully this one stays on Netflix long enough to enjoy it on Halloween!
Paul Walker, Vin Diesel, Ludacris, Eva Mendes, and The Rock all on one screen? They will also be bringing Tokyo Drift to Netflix, so you can have a half-marathon.
Mel Gibson is a clueless womanizer until an accident allows him to hear the thoughts of every woman around him. Also starring Helen Hunt.
This amazing chick flick brings us the story of Jennifer Lopez, an obsessive-compulsive wedding planner who falls for her client, Matthew McConaughey.
If you need to catch up on your Star Trek before you go see the remake, this classic is going up on Netflix on August 1st. And yes, this is the one starring Leonard Nemoy and William Shatner.
This film was a favorite at the Academy Awards in 2007 when it came out. It's about a drug deal gone wrong and all of the violence that ensues. Starring Tommy Lee Jones.
Al Gore did the research and directed this documentary about global warming.
Adam Sandler pretends to be Dylan/Cole Sprouse's father when his best friend, the real father, happens to be out of town. This has all the classic characters of Sandler's early career, like Rob Schneider and Peter Dante.
Nicholas Cage stars in this depressing version of 'It's A Wonderful Life' as a man who sees what could have been if he had married his college sweetheart.
Remember when Haley Joel Osment was the most adorable kid in Hollywood? In this movie, he comes up with a theory about kindness that is truly touching. Also starring Kevin Spacey and Helen Hunt.
This one is particularly special since it takes place in our state. Should we feel good about that? This remake tells an updated story about the serial killer who skinned people to make furniture.
Gwyneth Paltrow is a British woman who shows us the two different paths her life could go down depending on what train she takes.
Wanna be really depressed? This film adaptation of the popular novel takes place in a post-apocalyptic world where a father and son are fighting to get to the coast.
Mariska Hargitay is back to solve more crimes as Olivia Benson.
Are you ready for more live-action versions of your favorite fairy tales? This time around, Zeus, Hercules, Merlin, and King Arthur join the fun.