What’s coming to Netflix this January

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Not going to the Cineplex for a while? See what’s on Netflix.

What Will Be Available on Netflix on January 1?

In the 2004 comedy Barbershop 2: Back in Business, Ice Cube and Queen Latifah star. A 1999 film Blue Streak, Martin Lawrence plays a former criminal posing as a police officer to steal a diamond. The romantic drama Brokeback Mountain (2005) starred Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal.

Eddie Murphy’s 2003 family comedy, Daddy Day Care. The Sony Pictures film Closer (2004), directed by Mike Nichols, is about the relationship that develops between two spouses. It features Natalie Portman, Jude Law, Julia Robers, and Clive Own and has received two Oscar nominations.

Chevy Chase on Netflix

Comedy starring Chevy Chase, Fletch (1985). Six-time Oscar-winning Tom Hanks film, Forrest Gump (1994). G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra (2009). This high-budget film, based on the well-known toy line, follows the elite agents known as G.I. Joe.

Tom Cruise’s romantic comedy Jerry Maguire, 1996. The vintage love story musical Grease, starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John, is a 1978 release. I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997) is a horror film, whose director is the man behind the Scream franchise and stars Jennifer Love Hewitt. King Kong (2005) is Peter Jackson’s adaptation of the famous story of Kong’s capture and transport to New York.

Kaleidoscope (Season 1)

The first Netflix Original series to allow you to watch the episodes in any order. The Eric Garcia series, formerly known as Jigsaw, focuses on the greatest robbery in history. Japanese anime series called Kimi ni todoke: From Me To You (Multiple Seasons).

Mrs. Voyeur (Season 1) is a Brazilian criminal mystery series on Netflix about a skilled hacker working on a perilous case.

Amy Adams and Matthew Goode feature in the Universal Pictures romantic comedy Leap Year (2010). Kids’ animated series, LEGO Friends: Heartlake Stories (Limited Series).

Life, a 2017 sci-fi horror film from Sony Pictures, stars Ryan Reynolds, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Rebecca Ferguson. 

In the sci-fi criminal mystery Minority Report (2002) starring Tom Cruise, the police can apprehend killers before the crimes even occur.

Monster (Multiple Seasons) is a classic anime series about a neurosurgeon whose life spirals out of control as he develops feelings for a former patient. And Netflix is quickly removing all their Holiday movies right now.

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