Netflix Now: Riki Ricky Edition

Aug 22 // Jenika Katz

This week actually has a pretty good selection for all you guys and gals at home. For bigger movies, we have Super 8, which I definitely want to revisit after all the mixed reviews. There's also the fantastic Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky. Read that review and tell me it does not look like the best movie in the world. That's pretty much required viewing at this point.

There's a documentary called Dirty Work about three people with very important but undesirable jobs. I haven't heard of it before, but there's a guy who collects bull semen for a living on there. Don't you want to see what that guy looks like? There's also a movie called Guys and Balls that looks like it could either be a sports movie or a movie about gay dudes, and it happens to be both! Who doesn't love balls?

TV this week brings us Wilfred, which I'm interested to see because I can only think that Elijah Wood is still a Hobbit in everything he does. I am pretty sure he lives in a little hole in the side of a hill. There's also Ah! My Goddess, which I know nothing about but the fact that Netflix now has anime I've heard of before means that the world is ending, I think.

Hit the jump to punch through people!

New additions to Netflix Watch Instantly apply only to readers in the United States. For those in other parts of the world, your choices may vary.


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