Netflix Now: Surprise Subtitles Edition

Nov 16 // Jenika Katz

I've never understood the aversion to subtitles (unless you're just looking for something to listen to in the background), but I know some people really hate them. Those people are going to have a lot of fun browsing the new stuff on Netflix this week, since none of these movies sound like they're in another language. I mean, you see Wise Guys Never Die and you figure it's something to do with the Mafia, but you don't really think it's going to be in Cantonese. Same thing with C'est La Vie, Mon Cheri. Oh, movie titles. You so crazy.

We also have some trashy wedding reality shows to watch with the new additions of Bridezillas and My Fair Wedding. If that's not your favorite, there's also quite the selection of religious biographies. If Saint Francis: Troubadour of God's Peace gets you down, you can always follow it up with Kink, a TV show about fetish life. Always a good combination, if I do say so myself (and I do).

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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