“Some infinites are bigger than other infinites,” and in this case The Fault in our Stars is infinitely available on Amazon Instant Video and any other functioning VOD system. The CT review by Brett McCracken gave it three stars for its nuanced perceptions of suffering and incomprehensible infinity.
If you missed the pilot episode of How to Get Away with Murder, you can catch it on Hulu. And then you can see why thisNew York Times article raised a lot of Twitter eyebrows last week in anticipation of the premiere.
The Netflix “recently added” section is both on the move and on the prowl. Here is a list of everything Netflix added. It’s longer than the final season of How I Met Your Mother. Some highlights from this week include the 1989 movie version of Phantom of the Opera, the DiCaprio-Danes remake of Romeo + Juliet, and both the original and the director’s fan cut of Bieber’s documentary—Never Say Never.
Variety announced here that Netflix will unleash an original animated kid’s TV series about a giant ape living in San Francisco in 2050 entitled Kong—King of the Apes. Also, Netflix will produce and release four Adam Sandler movies through Happy Madison Productions. Indiewire explains why this is a big deal for the world of feature productions here.
Rebecca Calhoun is an intern with Christianity Today Movies and a student at The King’s College in New York City.1
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