New to Netflix: February 2015

Now that you've sufficiently binged your way through Friends, your schedule is free and clear for one recent SAG winner--Mr. Kevin Spacey.

House of Cards
Guyyyyssssss. Guysguysguysguys. It's been a whole year since Frank Underwood double-tapped that presidential desk. Watch him take the oval office on February 27.

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M.A.S.H.
All five seasons, baby.

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The Interview
Yup. The idiotic farce that allegedly caused the SONY hacks (and subsequently never showed in theaters) made a surprise Netflix drop at the end of January. And as ridiculous as it might be, you still kinda want to see what all the fuss is about.

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Gucci: The Director
Another from Franco (here as a producer), this 2013 documentary follows chief Gucci designer Frida Giannini as she aggressively expands the brand into Asia. But what makes it a really interesting watch? Knowing Giannini was recently fired for doing just that.

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Chef
Decidedly not Iron Man. Watch Jon Favreau go back to his indie roots in this Tribeca Film Festival favorite.

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White Bird In A Blizzard
Shailene Woodley loves herself a YA adaptation: The Fault in Our Stars, Divergent and this lesser-known flick.

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Proof
Ah, 2005...a simpler time when Gwyneth and Jake could release a quiet lil' picture based on a Pulitzer Prize-winning play.

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Gimme Shelter
This might not have been 2013's most critically acclaimed film, but you can get a load of Vanessa Hudgens's transformation to play a pregnant, runaway teen.

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The Brothers Bloom
Adrien Brody. Mark Ruffalo. Silly, sibling capers. Skip Mortdecai and stream this instead.

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