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The 4 Netflix Movies You Need To Watch


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With so much selection, it can be hard to choose what to watch on Netflix. But here are the top four must-see Netflix movies:

1. The First Time

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Dave Hodgeman (Dylan O’Brien) spends his days pining over his best friend Jane Harmon (Victoria Justice). While deciding how he’s going to tell Jane that he likes her, Dave meets Aubrey Miller (Britt Robertson) and there’s an instant connection. As they spend more time together, they discover what it’s like to fall in love for the first time.

Here’s the run down:

Romance: Dylan O’Brien and Britt Robertson have great chemistry.

Drama: This movie realistically depicts teenage love, so of course there are going to be a few bumps along the way.

 2. Just Friends

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Chris Brander (Ryan Reynolds) is heartbroken when he finds out that his love for his best friend, Jamie Palamino (Amy Smart), is unrequited. Embarrassed by her public rejection, Chris runs off to L.A., where he reinvents himself. Now a womanizer and a hotshot music manager, Chris seems to have the life he’s always wanted but he still can’t get over Jamie. So when a fire started by his girlfriend, Samantha James (Anna Faris), causes his plane to emergency land in his hometown, Chris is determined to make sure that this time, he and Jamie are more than “just friends.”

Here’s the run down:

Comedy: The hilarious antics of the characters are sure to keep you laughing.

Romance: You’ll be rooting for Chris to get the girl from the very beginning.

3. The House Bunny

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Shelley Darlingson (Anna Faris) is devastated when the day after her 27th birthday, she is kicked out of the Playboy Mansion for being too old–yeesh! Homeless and in need of a job, the ex-Playboy bunny approaches the Zeta Alpha Zeta house, a sorority on the verge of being shut down. Shelley promises the Zeta girls that she will get them 30 new pledges as long as she can be their house mother. The ladies accept the offer and are subsequently transformed into the hottest girls on campus, but now they have to decide if saving their sorority is worth losing themselves.

Here’s the run down:

Comedy: Be prepared for some side-splitting laughter!

Romance: Shelley’s romance with Oliver (Colin Hanks) is adorable.

4. Baby Mama

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After finding out that she’s infertile, Kate Holbrook (Tina Fey), a well-respected businesswoman, decides to hire a surrogate mother. Enter Angie Ostrowiski (Amy Poehler), a woman from the wrong side of the tracks looking to make a quick buck. Angie agrees to be Kate’s surrogate, but when the in-vitro-fertilization doesn’t work, she must find a way to convince Kate that she’s pregnant or risk losing her paycheck.

Here’s the run down:

Comedy: Amy Poehler and Tina Fey make the perfect team in this movie, delivering witty one-liners that will have you in tears!

Suspense: Will Kate find out that Angie’s not actually pregnant?

 

 

 

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