Other New on Netflix Regions

Other "New on Netflix" Regions:

Thursday, February 20, 2014

"Hannibal" plus 1 more

Hannibal (2013)

Young FBI profiler Will Graham seeks the help of homicidal cannibal Dr. Hannibal Lecter and finds himself disturbed by his own empathy for serial killers in this drama focused on the early years of their relationship.

Winnie the Pooh (2011)

Winnie the Pooh and his loyal friends return to the big screen with an updated, hand-drawn adventure in the Hundred Acre Wood: helping an incomplete Eeyore find a new tail that won't be too much of a bother.

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

"Wild Girls" plus 10 more

Wild Girls (2012)

This social documentary follows three teenage girls who live in an eastern Denmark ghetto as they struggle to overcome the peer pressure and poverty that drives them to violence and rebellion.

My Love: The Story of Poul and Mai (2012)

Following his wife's death, 62-year-old Danish fisherman Poul is emotionally shattered until he meets Mai, a younger man from a very different world. This documentary describes the unlikely but intense relationship that developed between the two men.

Me, Myself and Martin Laursen (2012)

Anthony Tullberg's honest portrayal of the Danish national team player Martin Laursen offers a rare never before seen view into the world of soccer.

Village at the End of the World (2013)

Lars is the only teenager in his tiny hunting village who doesn't want to hunt. The remote Inuit town's population is dwindling, and with limited options, Lars tries to figure out what to do with his life.

Gang Warriors 1: An Insider's Story (2013)

In this documentary, "Little A," one of the leaders of an immigrant gang in Copenhagen, tells his story, from his life as an immigrant boy to becoming a prominent member of the notorious drug-running gang.

The Keyboard Player (2013)

Kristian Marius Andersen is one of Denmark's foremost improvisers on piano and organ. Director Anne Holst Moulvad contrasts Andersen's success as a musician with the everyday struggles he encounters living with Asperger's syndrome.

White Black Boy (2012)

A black boy with albinism struggles to find acceptance at a private boarding school in Tanzania, where he doesn't speak the primary language and can't help but stick out as "different."

The Uffe Holm Show 3 (2009)

90 minutes of direct and honest comedy with the Uffe Holm Show where Uffe outdoes himself with the mike as he entertains with everyday observations.

Blood Ties (2013)

Having fathered 16 (or more) children, 58-year-old onetime carnival worker Svend now faces the prospect of divorcing Gitte, his wife of 28 years. At the same time, their youngest daughter begins digging into the family's mysterious past.

Gang Warriors 2 (2013)

Chronicling a bloody three-year battle between rival Danish gangs, this documentary examines the causes and results of the conflict. The relationship between two gang leaders, Brian Sandberg and Abde Benarabe, forms a key part of the story.

Dance for Me (2012)

This moving documentary follows 14-year-old Mie, one of Denmark's top ballroom dan cers, and her young Russian partner, Egor, as they prepare for an upcoming championship. Seemingly an ideal match on the floor, they face enormous pressure to succeed.

Monday, February 17, 2014

"TaleSpin" plus 3 more

TaleSpin (1990)

Airborne daring is a specialty of Baloo the bear and Kit Cloudkicker in this animated series featuring characters from Disney's classic Jungle Book. As an island-hopping cargo pilot in the Pacific, Baloo scraps repeatedly with air pirate Don Karnage.

The Vow (2012)

Rachel McAdams stars in this romantic drama about a newlywed woman who slips into a coma after a car accident and awakens with amnesia. Her devoted husband must help her recover and also win back her love.

A.N.T. Farm (2011-2012)

Chart the experiences of musical prodigy Chyna Parks, a gifted young singer who skips her wa y up to a local high school's Advanced Natural Talent program, much to the annoyance of her fellow prodigies.

A.N.T. Farm (2011-2012)

Chart the experiences of musical prodigy Chyna Parks, a gifted young singer who skips her way up to a local high school's Advanced Natural Talent program, much to the annoyance of her fellow prodigies.

Saturday, February 15, 2014

"Goof Troop" plus 1 more

Goof Troop (1992)

Spoonerville is the new home of Goofy -- one of Disney's most venerable animated characters -- who's now a single dad raising a young son, Max. Living next door to them is Pete, Goofy's old high school pal and the owner of Honest Pete's Used Cars.

The Shield (2002-2008)

As leader of the Los Angeles police department's controversial Strike Team unit, Det. Vic Mackey is above the law, stopping at nothing to rid the streets of gangland thugs. His questionable tactics constantly place him at odds with his superiors.

Friday, February 14, 2014

"42" plus 1 more

42 (2013)

This biopic focuses on the relationship between baseball icon Jackie Robinson and Brooklyn Dodgers general manager Branch Rickey, who signed Robinson and in 1947 made him the first black Major League Baseball player of the modern era.

Clifford the Big Red Dog (2000)

This enduring animated series for kids stars supersized pooch Clifford and his owner, Emily Elizabeth, who convey valuable lessons to young viewers. Clifford's canine pals Cleo and T-Bone are on hand to add to the fun.

Thursday, February 13, 2014

"Fright Night"

Fright Night (2011)

This update of the 1985 horror comedy focuses more on terror than laughs when teen Charley suspects that his new neighbor is a vampire, and turns to a self-styled vampire expert to help save his mom and girlfriend from the seductive bloodsucker.

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

"1984" plus 6 more

1984 (1984)

This movie adaptation of George Orwell's eerie, dystopian tale -- filmed during the year for which it's named -- follows the "reeducation" of two people who break the law in a totalitarian state by falling in love while Big Brother is watching.

My Normal (2009)

With dreams of one day becoming a filmmaker, lesbian Natalie rules the NYC underground as a dominatrix, a job that makes her a star in her own right. But when she gets an internship on a real movie set, she must decide which life she wants to pursue.

Were the World Mine (2008)

When his drama teacher casts him as Puck in his school's upcoming production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream," Timothy turns in an inspired performance, whipping up a fittingly Shakespearean love potion with the power to turn people gay.

The Motivation (2013)

Determined to be recognized as members of the sport's elite, eight young street skateboarders prepare for New York's Street League Championship. This documentary captures the doubts and dangers each athlete faces in the quest for money and fame.

Hardball (2001)

Gambler and all-around slouch Conor O'Neill owes someone a lot of money, so he strikes a bargain: he'll coach a Little League baseball team from Chicago's notorious Cabrini Green housing project if a friend will lend him money to square his debts.

Dead Like Me (2003-2004)

Led by abrasive boss Rube Sofer, a group of undead grim reapers -- including a dour college dropout, a steely meter maid and a charming British bad boy -- finds themselves tasked with shepherding the recently departed into the afterlife.

Impromptu (1991)

In this critically acclaimed drama set amid the romance of 19th-century Europe, feminist author George Sand falls for Polish composer Fr��d��ric Chopin, but a number of obstacles stand in their way -- including rivals, former lovers and duels.

"School for Seduction"

School for Seduction (2004)

In this romantic comedy, sexy Sophia graduates from finishing school in Italy and arrives in Newcastle to instill confidence in a group of women who need some help spicing up their humdrum love lives.

Friday, February 7, 2014

"Colors" plus 1 more

Colors (1988)

Veteran cop Bob Hodges has nothing but contempt for his new partner, fiery rookie Danny McGavin. But he gradually comes to appreciate Danny as they patrol the streets of East Los Angeles, where a gang war between the Crips and Bloods is escalating.

Road House (1989)

Never underestimate Dalton, a brawny bouncer who also happens to hold an NYU degree in philosophy. When he's hired to police a rowdy bar in the Midwest and falls in love with Doc, he angers her mean ex-boyfriend, who vows to win her back.