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by | June 23, 2015 | Comments

This week on streaming video, we’ve got a well-received sci-fi drama, a highly acclaimed British drama, and an indie thriller available for purchase. New additions to subscription sites include the entire run of Seinfeld on Hulu, a couple of Certified Fresh picks on Netflix, and both Charlie Chaplin’s and David Lynch’s feature debuts on Fandor, among other things. Read on for the full list:

Available for purchase

 


Ex Machina
92%

Domhnall Gleeson stars as a computer wiz who’s tasked by his company’s reclusive CEO (Oscar Isaac) with testing the artificial intelligence of a remarkably lifelike robot (Alicia Vikander); in doing so, our hero begins to question the nature and limits of humanity.

Available now on: Amazon, iTunes, Vudu


’71
96%

Jack O’Connell stars in this Certified Fresh drama about a young British soldier fending for himself on the streets of battle-scarred Belfast.

Available now on: Amazon, iTunes, Vudu


Creep
89%

Mark Duplass and Patrick Brice (also making his directorial debut) star in this thriller about the confrontation that ensues when a man is hired to film another man’s life for a day, and the latter isn’t quite who he claims to be.

Available now on: iTunes

New on Hulu

 


Seinfeld: Complete Series

Jerry Seinfeld’s award-winning NBC sitcom — centered on a fictionalized version of himself and his eccentric circle of friends — comes to Hulu in its entirety, beginning on June 24.

Available now on: Hulu


Another Period: Season One

Two shallow celebutantes snob it up in Gilded Age Newport in this reality series satire.

Available now on: Hulu

New on Netflix

 


A Most Wanted Man
87%

Philip Seymour Hoffman and Rachel McAdams star in this Certified Fresh spy thriller about an intelligence officer who methodically lays a trap for a terror suspect.

Available now on: Netflix


Point and Shoot
72%

This Certified Fresh documentary tells the tale of a Baltimore man whose five-year tour of the Middle East included a stint in the Libyan Revolution.

Available now on: Netflix


All the Wilderness
60%

Virginia Madsen, Danny DeVito, and Kodi-Smit-McPhee star in this drama about a troubled young boy who meets a mysterious new friend.

Available now on: Netflix


Lee Daniels’ The Butler
72%

Forest Whitaker stars as Cecil Gaines, who recounts his life growing up in Georgia during the 1920s and learning to be a house servant before working under several US presidents. The film follows Gaines as he and his family navigate the tumultuous years of the Civil Rights Era.

Available now on:
Netflix


Curious George
70%

The popular children’s book character gets the big screen treatment, featuring Will Ferrell as the voice of the Man in the Yellow Hat, who meets the titular chimpanzee in Africa, brings him home to the States, and finds his new friend is prone to hijinks.

Available now on:
Netflix

New on Fandor

 


The Kid
100%

Charlie Chaplin stars in his first feature-length directorial effort as the now iconic Tramp, who adopts an abandoned baby and raises it as his own.

Available now on: Fandor


There Was a Father
100%

Another masterpiece from the legendary Yasujiro Ozu, this is a quiet drama about a widowed schoolteacher whose devotion to his son only serves to separate them all the more.

Available now on: Fandor


Laurence Anyways
84%

This Certified Fresh French drama is the story of a writer who asks his fiancée to support his transition into a woman.

Available now on: Fandor


Eraserhead
90%

David Lynch’s feature-length debut is a Kafkaesque nightmare following the life of a man named Henry Spencer (Jack Nance), who seems to suffer paranoid hallucinations.

Available now on: Fandor

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