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Now Streaming: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Airplane!, and More

by | November 4, 2014 | Comments

This week on streaming video, the most notable new release is the blockbuster follow-up to 2011’s immensely successful Planet of the Apes franchise reboot, but Netflix is also delivering some noteworthy classics, like a beloved Zucker-Abrahams-Zucker comedy, a certain Oscar-winning Scottish epic from Mel Gibson, a dark David Fincher thriller starring Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman, and a Jim Carrey/Jeff Daniels comedy whose sequel arrives in theaters next week. Read on for details:


Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
90%

In the decade since the rise of intelligent primates, humans and apes have lived separately, maintaining an uneasy peace. But when a group of people find an energy source in ape territory, the stage is set for an epic battle to determine which race will triumph.

Available now on: Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, Google Play


Airplane!
97%

Looks like you picked the wrong week to quit drinking; Zucker, Abrahams and Zucker’s goofy masterpiece is the Citizen Kane of spoof movies.

Available now on: Netflix


Zaotichi: The Blind Swordsman
87%

Japanese auteur “Beat” Takeshi Kitano puts his own updated spin on the celebrated samurai character, originally popularized in a series of films and TV shows from the 1960s to 1980s.

Available now on: iTunes


Braveheart
78%

Mel Gibson directed and starred in this Best Picture winner that’s short on historical accuracy but long on rousing speeches and hardy heroics.

Available now on: Netflix


Arachnophobia
92%

Jeff Daniels and John Goodman star in this affectionate, cheerfully creepy tribute to classic Hollywood creature features, in which a deadly breed of spider terrorizes a small town.

Available now on: Netflix


Dormant Beauty
80%

Arthouse darlings Isabelle Huppert and Toni Servillo star in Marco Bellocchio’s searing drama based on a real life euthanasia case.

Available now on: Netflix


Dumb and Dumber
68%

Jeff Daniels and Jim Carrey play Harry and Lloyd, a couple of dimwits who drive across the country to return what they think is a misplaced briefcase to a woman Lloyd has fallen in love with.

Available now on: Netflix


Seven
82%

Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman star in David Fincher’s dark thriller about a pair of detectives on the trail of a serial killer with a biblical M.O.

Available now on: Netflix

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