With a streaming catalog mixed between Netflix original movies and endless amounts of well-known movies like Scarface, Catch Me If You Can, and The Hunt for Red October, there’s no shortage of potential viewing options when it comes to Netflix’s impressive lineup of movies.
Like Scorsese’s Goodfellas, it portrays the lavish lifestyle only a handful of criminals can actually enjoy — the luxurious cars, the spacious mansions — but also shows the numerous bodies those criminals have to step over in order to obtain them.
Made during Steven Spielberg’s more earnest period from the 1990s onwards, Catch Me If You Can is a movie that harkens back to the tone of classic Spielberg from the ‘70s and ‘80s and the more grounded stories of his ‘90s and 2000s period.
It’s the kind of a movie that has a crowd of Middle Age peasants stomping to Queen’s “We Will Rock You,” a loose but effortlessly fun narrative that maintains its lighthearted tone from start to finish.
Aside from his Bond films or his appearance as Indiana Jones’s crotchety father, the iconic Sean Connery is perhaps best known for his starring role in this 1990 Tom Clancy adaptation, The Hunt for Red October.
Donning the persona of Spider-Man, Peter uses his newfound powers to protect New York City from his mentor, a mutated genetic scientist turned giant, predatory reptile known as the Lizard (Rhys Ifans).
Based on the cherished children’s literature character, Paddington Bear, Paddington follows its title character as he moves from “Darkest Peru” to London, where he meets his new family and dodges the clutches of an evil taxidermist (Nicole Kidman).