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The 50 Best Movies on Netflix Instant

The 50 Best Movies on Netflix Instant
We love the convenience of streaming movies on Netflix Instant, but we don’t always love the navigating through the countless films in the service’s ever-expanding catalog to find something to watch. So we’ve compiled our list of recommended titles for you—whether you love classics, comedies, documentaries or just good ol’ fashioned kung-fu. The genres vary greatly here—and range in age from brand new to 87-years-old—but all 50 of these films come with the Paste stamp of approval. The list is up to date as of February 2013, but we’ll continue to update the list from time to time as Netflix Instant changes its offerings. 50. In the LoopYear: 2009Director: Armando Iannucci If clever verbal humor were easy, we’d have more comedies like In the Loop. 49. 48. 47. 46. 45. 44. 43. 42. 41. 40. 39. 38. 37. 36. 35. 34. 33. 32.

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The 30 Best TV Shows on Netflix Instant The TV landscape might not be completely bleak in the summer anymore, but there’s still plenty of great television you might have missed the first time around, and now you can catch up on several of those shows via Netflix Instant. Frankly, shows that are serial in nature are more enjoyable in spurts, rather than weekly episodes. Plus you can now catch these shows on your computer, iPhone, iPad, XBox 360 or Wii. We found 30 quality TV shows available right now streaming into your home or wherever you happen to be. (Or you can always just rent them at your local DVD store). This list originally appeared in November 2010, but Netflix is constantly updating the Netflix Instant offering, and we’ll continue to update the list.

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