Best New Movies Added to Netflix This Week: November 9th, 2019

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District 9 is now available to stream on Netflix

We’ve selected the best of the latest movies added to Netflix in the United States from the past week. With a couple of excellent Originals spliced in, make sure to check them out this weekend. Here’s the best new movies added to Netflix for November 9th, 2019.

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Here are the best new movies on Netflix this week:

District 9 (2009)

Genre: Sci-Fi, Thriller
Director: Neill Blomkamp
Cast: Sharlto Copley, Jason Cope, Nathalie Boltt, William Allen Young, Nick Boraine

In his first full feature-length title, Neill Blomkamp directed one of the best sci-fi films of the 2000s. In a raw and entertaining take on the social commentary of what extraterrestrial life on Earth could look like, Blomkamp hit it out of the park with District 9.

When a spaceship comes to Earth, the Aliens inside are trapped and unable to return home. Separated from Human society, the alien race given the derogatory name “Prawns”, are forced to live in squalor and impoverished conditions. As tensions mount, and violence ensues, a government agent exposed to their biotechnology decides to help an alien father and his son return home.

Let It Snow (2019) N

Genre: Comedy, Romance
Director: Luke Snellin
Cast: Isabela Moner, Kiernan Shipka, Jacob Batalon, Shameik Moore, Odeya Rush

There are plenty of new Christmas titles coming to Netflix this holiday season, and a part of these releases is the Netflix rom-com Let It Snow. Starring popular Chilling Adventures of Sabrina actress Kiernan Shipka, and Spiderman: Homecoming actor Jacob Batalon we’re sure subscribers will Let It Snow this Christmas.

In a small town on Christmas Eve, a snowstorm brings together a group of young people.

Shadow (2018)

Genre: Action, Drama, War
Director: Yimou Zhang
Cast: Chao Deng, Li Sun, Ryan Zheng, Qianyuan Wang, Jingchun Wang

From the legendary director that brought you Hero and House of Flying Daggers, Zhang Yimou produced another exquisite piece of Asian cinema. Jam-packed full of amazing set pieces, with some of the world’s best martial arts choreography it’s impossible to not be entertained.

To finally achieve victory over a rival kingdom, a brilliant general devises an intricate plan involving his wife, a look-alike and two kings.

Tune in for Love (2019) N

Genre: Drama, Romance
Director: Ji-woo Jung
Cast: Go-Eun Kim, Haw-In Jung, Hae-Joon Park, Gook-hee Kim, Jung Yoo-jin

Netflix is the streaming home for K-Dramas in America, and the only place you can catch Tune in for Love. The charming little tale is certain to be loved by all the K-Drama lovers out there.

In 1997 during the IMF crisis, two people meet while exchanging stories on a radio program. They fall in love, but can’t quite seem to get the timing right.

Hit & Run (2012)

Genre: Action, Comedy
Director: David Palmer, Dax Shepard
Cast: Kristen Bell, Dax Shepard, Tom Arnold, Kristin Chenoweth, Bradley Cooper

Star of The Ranch, Dax Shepard, and The Good Place actress, Kristen Bell starred in their second film together in Hit & Run. The now-married pair is the best element to Hit & Run and their chemistry is evident in the film as it is in real life.

Former getaway driver Charles Bronson jeopardizes his Witness Protection Plan identity in order to help his girlfriend get to Los Angeles. The feds and Charles’ former gang chase them on the road.

What new movies will you be watching on Netflix? Let us know in the comments below!

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