Another addition to the Netflix Marvel series drops today, with the second season of “Jessica Jones” hitting the Netflix streaming service. Krysten Ritter returns in the title role, playing a private detective with super strength alongside a cast of Rachael Taylor, Eka Darville, and Carrie-Anne Moss, who are also returning. In the first season, Jones faced off against Kilgrave (David Tennant), the man who had held her captive and made her do terrible things by controlling her mind. In Season 2, she tries to get to the bottom of her powers while continuing on her private detective service with J.R. Ramirez, Terry Chen, Leah Gibson, and Janet McTeer joining the cast. With “The Punisher” and “The Defenders” still on my list to watch, this will definitely be added to my queue.

With the remake getting a trailer this week, “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” is available for streaming. With Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson picking up where Michael Caine and Steve Martin left off, both films follow two swindlers in a competition to trick their latest mark. “Bullet Head” steers clear of remaking anything and remains completely original, blending a heist movie with a horror film. Starring Adrien Brody, John Malkovich, and Antonio Banderas, the three face off against a killer dog hunting them through a warehouse as the police look for them. On a lighter side, Audrey Tautou plays the innocent and naive title character in “Amelie,” as she orchestrates the lives of the people around her in Paris. The film was nominated for five Academy Awards including Best Foreign Language Feature. A film that will never be winning any awards is Saban’s “Power Rangers,” which opened to a fizzle and succeed in not only pissing off the general public but the fanboys as well. Bryan Cranston stars as Zordon and Elizabeth Banks stars as Rita Repulsa with a cast of mostly no name actors filling the roles of the teenagers. With Woody Harrelson coming of an Academy Award nomination this past weekend, it might be time to revisit some of his earlier work, in particular the comedy “Kingpin,” which sees him as a professional bowler trying to ride a new talent to success and riches. The film was directed by the Farrelly brothers, best known for their work on “There’s Something About Mary” and “Dumb And Dumber.”

Not too far off from the Farrelly brothers is Academy Award nominated director Adam McKay (“The Big Short”), who, before he was attending Oscar ceremonies, was directing Will Ferrell comedies like “Talladega Nights,” “Anchorman,” and “Step Brothers,” which is streaming this weekend. If you need something more dramatic in your life, “The Space Between Us” is also available this weekend. Asa Butterfield plays a boy born on Mars who then travels to Earth, meeting the girl (Britt Robertson) he corresponded with while on Mars and trying to live a normal teenage life. Newly anointed Academy Award winner Gary Oldman also stars. And if you’re looking to get the bad taste out of your mouth of “The Cloverfield Paradox” starring actress Gugu Mbatha-Raw, try one of her other films, “Beyond The Lights,” where she plays a famous pop singer who attempts suicide only to be caught by a security guard whom she then starts a relationship with. The film was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Song but was beat by John Legend and Common’s song “Glory” from Ava Duvernay’s “Selma.” And if comedy and drama isn’t your tone this weekend, you can also catch Ridley Scott’s latest addition to the “Alien” franchise titled “Alien: Covenant.” Continuing the prequel saga started in “Prometheus,” Scott continues to take the films in the directions of artificial intelligence rather than in the director of the actual aliens that made the franchise so popular. Michael Fassbender returns in dual roles, playing the AI from “Prometheus” as well as a new AI along the ride with Katherine Waterston and Danny McBride.

  • Aftershock (Netflix)
  • Aliens Ate My Homework (Netflix)
  • Benji (Netflix)
  • Benji: For The Love Of (Netflix)
  • Benji: Off The Leash (Netflix)
  • Bullet Head (Netflix)
  • Collateral: Season One (Netflix)
  • F and the Prom (Netflix)
  • Gook (Netflix)
  • Jessica Jones: Season Two (Netflix)
  • Leap! (Netflix)
  • Love: Season Three (Netflix)
  • Monster Family (Netflix)
  • The Outsider (Netflix)

  • 007: On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (Amazon Prime)
  • 007: A View To A Kill (Amazon Prime)
  • Aftermath (Amazon Prime)
  • Amelie (Amazon Prime)
  • Beyond The Lights (Amazon Prime)
  • Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Amazon Prime)
  • The Gracefield Incident (Amazon Prime)
  • Hackers (Amazon Prime)
  • Hurricane Season (Amazon Prime)
  • Imagine That (Amazon Prime)
  • Kingpin (Amazon Prime)
  • Supremacy (Amazon Prime)
  • Universal Soldier (Amazon Prime)
  • We Need To Talk About Kevin (Amazon Prime)
  • xXx (Amazon Prime)
  • xXx: The Next Level (Amazon Prime)

  • Behaving Badly (Hulu)
  • Dial A Prayer (Hulu)
  • Everything Beautiful Is Far Away (Hulu)
  • Fantasia 2000 (Hulu)
  • Kidnap (Hulu)
  • The New Radical (Hulu)
  • Power Rangers (Hulu)
  • Traitor (Hulu)

  • Alien Covenant (HBO Now)
  • Soy Nero (HBO Now)

  • Carlito’s Way (Showtime)
  • Claire In Motion (Showtime)
  • Collide (Showtime)
  • Shot (Showtime)
  • Sleepless (Showtime)
  • The Space Between Us (Showtime)

  • The Condemned 2 (Tubi TV)
  • Crash (Tubi TV)
  • Gallow Walkers (Tubi TV)

  • Step Brothers (Crackle)

  • Freedomland (Fandor)
  • Perfect Stranger (Fandor)


March 10th

  • Chloe (2009)
  • Lab Rats – 4 Seasons (2016)
  • Missionary (2013)
  • Rich Hill (2014)
  • Safe Haven (2013)
  • The Zigzag Kid (2012)

March 11th

  • The ABCs of Death 2 (2014)
  • Cat Run 2 (2014)
  • For the Emperor (2014)

March 12th

  • Adjust Your Color: The Truth of Petey Greene (2009)
  • Breakout Kings – Season 1 (2011)
  • City of God: 10 Years Later (2013)
  • The Killing – Seasons 1-2 (2014)
  • London Has Fallen (2016)

March 13th

  • Archer – 7 Seasons (2016)

March 14th

  • 9 Seconds-Eternal Time – 1 Season (2015)
  • All About E (2015)
  • Barrio de Cholos (2002)
  • Compete to Eat – 1 Season (2013)
  • Craig Ferguson: I’m Here To Help (2013)
  • El de los Lentes Carrera (2016)
  • El Rayo de Sinaloa (2016)
  • El Sexo Me Divierte 2 (2016)
  • The Falling (2014)
  • Final Girl (2015)
  • Full House Take 2 – 1 Season (2012)
  • Heaven’s Door (2012)
  • Korean Peninsula – 1 Season (2012)
  • Listen to Your Heart (2010)
  • Mystery Science Theater 3000 – 1 Collection (1999)
  • Narcos Y Perros (2001)
  • Pretty Ugly People (2009)
  • Space Racers – 1 Season (2014)
  • Tom Papa Live in New York City (2011)
  • Tomorrow’s Cantabile – 1 Season (2014)
  • Watching Them Die: The Mexican Army and the 43 Disappeared (2015)

March 15th

  • You’re Not You (2014)

March 16th

  • Kung Fu Killer (2014)
  • V/H/S: Viral (2014)

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