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.


All five seasons, baby.


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.


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.


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


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


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


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.


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


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