4 New Movies You Can Enjoy From Home

4 New Movies You Can Enjoy From Home

Enjoy these awesome films right from your couch!


Netflix is constantly churning out new original movies that are a great watch, but it's hard to keep up with their latest features! If you want to enjoy a high-quality movie from the comfort of your bed or couch, these should be your top choices.

Without further ado, check out these 4 dope new Netflix Original movies you can stream right now:

1. "The Dirt"

The band Motley Crue has a ton of hits that you definitely have jammed out to and has an interesting story on how they rose to superstardom. Nikki Sixx, Tommy Lee, Mick Mars, and Vince Neil formed this band and made it from small gigs in Hollywood Heights to becoming an international sensation. Enjoy diving into the backstory of this legendary 80s band and the life of sex, drugs, and rock n' roll when you stream this Netflix Original Film.

2. "Triple Frontier"


This Netflix film focuses on a group of former special operatives that reunite in South America to pull off a high-stakes $75 million heist. After years of thankless work on special ops missions for the people, these men take matters into their own hands to pull this heist off for themselves. Although the men are experienced, things do not go as planned, and their situation escalates. Watch as these men test their strength, abilities, morals, and loyalties while they try to pull this heist off.

3. "Paddleton"

This funny yet emotional film stars Ray Romano and Mark Duplass as misfit neighbors who end up forging an unexpected bond. When one of the men gets diagnosed with cancer, the two end up on an unexpectedly emotional journey together. They spend time their time navigating this health situation and playing a game called Paddleton, which they made up themselves. Once they realize the end is near, the friends embark on a trip to get the drugs that will end the terminally ill friend's life.

4. "The Breaker Upperers"

Two BFFs Jen and Mel are savage and will break up any relationship for the right price. Jen and Mel run an agency for people who need assistance breaking up with their significant others and created it together after they discovered their boyfriend had been cheating on both of them. The two concoct extreme scenarios to help people break up— that is, until one of the best friends' develops a conscious about the brutal work they're doing and their friendship begins to unravel.

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'Unplanned' Is The Movie Of The Year

Abby Johnson's story is real, powerful, and deserves our attention.


A suspended Twitter account, an R rating, and only 1,000 theaters showing it with an expected $3 million in sales. Flash forward to when "Unplanned" started showing...it's doubled in expected sales, beaten records left and right for views and money it's bringing in and is currently ranked #4 in the US. Besides unexpected and outstanding statistics, it's a movie about something new. Something Hollywood has never covered. Something that is raw and truthful, holding nothing back even if it's hard to watch.

Abby Johnson's story is real and powerful. She's seen every single side and hidden corner of the pro-life/pro-choice movement in her own personal life, which makes her the perfect voice for the unborn and unplanned.

You can't hear her story or watch "Unplanned" without relating to at least one part of it.

Is it graphic? Yes. But is it over dramatized? Nope. Everything within the first 30 minutes of "Unplanned" is what happens every hour of every day in America and we call it equal rights for women. Personally, I've always been pro-life. But after leaving that movie, I've never been more pro-women. I was angry watching it. Women are lied to about everything in Planned Parenthood. Women are coerced into killing their own children and then told that it's not even a child yet. These women are scared, hopeless, and looking for an instant solution and Planned Parenthood takes advantage of it and makes money off it. If you're a woman and reading this, why AREN'T you angry yet?

This movie was everything the world needed after New York dropped the ban on late-term abortions. This movie is everything this country needed to see. For once, someone took a risk and threw hard, real, truth out into the world and didn't sweep it under the rug.

Pro-life, pro-choice, whatever you are — this movie is the movie of the year. The only excuse for those who don't go and see it is that they too like to sweep things under the rug.

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Thanos Isn't The Real Villain, Overpopulation Is — He Actually Fixed The Problem

Overpopulation is a real world problem, and Thanos posed a solution.


If you've ever seen any "Avengers," "Guardians of the Galaxy," or Marvel superhero movies, you'll know who Thanos is. He's portrayed as the evil father of Gamora and his goal is clear: to wipe out half of the population. Many of us were not expecting him to actually succeed — because, in every other movie, the Avengers prevail. But in "Avengers: Infinity War," this was simply not the case. He successfully wiped out exactly half of the population and we watched some of our favorite characters like Black Panther, Vision, The Witch, and Groot disintegrate. But why was this such a bad thing?

Thanos' logic isn't really off — overpopulation has been a real-world problem for years now, with the rate growing at two percent per year. Even though this doesn't sound like a lot, it's faster than any other time period in history. This means that death rates either need to go up, or the birth rate needs to decrease.

According to the World Population Census, in 2015 there were approximately 7.2 billion people in the world. But in 2016, it was approximately 7.3 billion. In just a year, a little more than 100 million people were born. At this rate, overpopulation will affect the amount of food available, poverty rates, and air quality. With so many people continuously being born, factories are going to be forced to produce more products, releasing more CO2. Poverty rates will rise because there won't be many jobs available so people won't be able to afford much. While this sounds like a very grave diagnosis, Thanos found a solution to this in the "Avengers: Infinity War" film. By collecting the infinity stones of mind, power, reality, soul, space, and time, he succeeded in fixing this overpopulation problem — that is a serious problem today.

Since infinity stones, unfortunately, don't exist, what can we do to prevent overpopulating our beautiful planet? The answer may lie in finding more effective ways to use our natural resources better, or it may not, we have no way to know for sure. Maybe the Earth can hold more than eight billion people and still maintain other species. While we may never be able to accurately predict what could happen, we know that overpopulation is eventually inevitable. So far, there isn't an answer to solve this issue either, which may sound like a very depressing fact, but it's true. Multiple theories have been suggested but, none have been enacted. "Avengers: Infinity War" was a cinematic wake-up call, and proves that maybe Thanos isn't so crazy after all. While infinity stones would be a great answer to this problem, they don't exist. So, in the wise words of Tony Stark, " Let's do something insane — let's save the world."

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