Available 3/31

13 Reasons Why (Season 1)

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This binge worthy show is brand new and offers another thrilling mystery to Netflix’s collection. Netflix states 13 Reasons Why is “the story is of a girl who committed suicide but left behind a series of cassette tapes explaining why she deciding to end her own life.” Appealing to all ages, this thriller provides drama leaving you wanting more.

The Discovery (2017)

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This movie is thrilling with a love story twist which makes it the perfect movie to relax and cuddle up with your hawkmate. Netflix describes this movie as “tells a love story a year after someone was able to scientifically prove that the afterlife exists.” The Discovery offers something for all movie genre lovers.

Available 4/1

Trouble with the Curve (2012)

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If you love drama and a heartwarming story involving baseball, you will love Trouble with the Curve. Clint Eastwood and Amy Adams play a dysfunctional father and daughter who both love the game of baseball and attempt to recruit new players together. The growth of this relationship provides an uplifting story and overall happy ending.

A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

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A Nightmare on Elm Street is a must see classic and if you have never seen it, now is your chance. This thriller involves a serial killer preying on victims through their dreams. Eventually those being hunter are terrified to go to sleep because as soon as they do they are risk for death. This horror movie may not be the best to watch if you are alone in your dorm so make sure to grab a buddy and watch the sadistic murderer choose his next victim.

Something’s Gotta Give (2003)

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This romantic comedy is full of twists and focuses on an older man who repeatedly falls in love with younger woman, but something or someone disrupts his routine. Jack Nicholson and Diane Keaton provide you with laughter at their dysfunctional relationship meanwhile providing a surreal love story.

Schindler’s List (1993)

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If you are looking for a more serious movie, Schindler’s List may be a perfect fit. This black and white movie consists of a German businessman who rescued 1,200 Jews from concentration camps by providing them work in his factories. For some, this movie may be hard to watch however, the story of focusing on tragedy and heroism is well worth it.

Available 4/2

The D Train (2015)

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This movie may have you feeling nostalgic for those high school days as the head of the high school reunion committee (Jack Black) sets out to find the most popular guy in his class (James Marsden) to convince him to attend the reunion. This comedy is the perfect pick-me-up and will leave you in high spirits with laugh lines.

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