Streaming Flix’s New Deals!

Who doesn’t love a sale!?  Well, Streaming Flix is now offering an out-of-this-world promotional deal on several select films for your viewing pleasure.  For a limited time only you can get these movies for 75% off of their original price!  Check it out!

In Columbia Pictures remake of ‘The Karate Kid.’, 12-year-old Dre Parker (Jaden Smith) is destined to become the most popular kid in Detroit, but when his mother’s (Taraji P. Henson) career move lands the two of them in China, Dre’s future takes an unexpected turn.  When first settling in China, Dre develops a crush on his classmate Mei Ying and the feeling is mutual.  However, cultural differences make the friendship for young Dre and Mai Ying too much to handle and the pair are forced to stay away from each other.  What’s worse is that the relationship between Dre and Mei Ying upsets the class bully, Cheng, instantly making him an enemy to Dre.  Kung fu is the most popular form of martial arts in the area but Dre knows only a little karate, causing him to suffer a fast defeat at the hands of Cheng.  With no friends and stuck in a foreign place, Dre has nowhere to turn but to maintenance man Mr. Han (Jackie Chan), who is secretly a kung fu master.  Han teaches Dre that kung fu is not about punches and parries, but about maturity and composure, preparing Dre for the face off of his life.  To watch Dre in action, order ‘The Karate Kid’ on Streaming Flix.

Our favorite New York ladies are back in the swing of things in the movie, ‘Sex and the City 2’.  In the film, best friends Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), Samantha (Kim Cattrall), Charlotte (Kristin Davis) and Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) decide to go on a Middle Eastern rendezvous to get away from their troubles at home.  At first, their vacation is a dream come true full of opulent luxury, pampering and, of course, the to-die-for fashions that the ‘Sex and the City’ girls are famous for.  However, when Carrie is caught in a love triangle between her husband Big (Chris Noth) and ex-boyfriend Aiden (John Corbett) and Samantha gets herself in a bit of trouble with Arabic law enforcement, the girls have to hightail it back to the city before they’re trapped in a sticky situation.  Be a part of the wild adventure and get ‘Sex and the City 2’ on Streaming Flix today!

Pop culture phenomenon, Lady Gaga, has the entire world watching her every move.  Her growing popularity and rise to the top is explored in the documentary ‘One Sequin at a Time’.  Gaga has truly become a cultural icon and this film profiles every aspect of her rise to stardom.  Starting off with her early years as an aspiring pianist and song writer to her experience as a high school social outcast, the movie examines Lady Gaga’s career path which is based a strong work ethic, the value she places in performing community service and her undying love for her fans.  Lady Gaga is a pioneer in using every possible media available, including her bizarre costumes and an untamed lifestyle, to brand her music as well as herself.  With commentary from artists including Ozzy Osbourne, Akon and Michael Bolton see how Lady Gaga has taken the world by storm and buy ‘One Sequin at a Time’ on Streaming Flix.
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Matt Damon: A Legend

Heart-throb Matt Damon is not only incredibly dreamy but he’s also an amazing actor.  He has starred in some of America’s classic films and is continuing to create more for the viewing pleasure of his fans.  Damon is one of the forty highest grossing actors of all time, he has a slew of awards under his belt, he has a star on the Hollywood walk of fame, and in 2007 Matt held People magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive title.  You’ve gotta love this guy!  Streaming Flix is proud to honor the man, the legend, the actor– Matt Damon.

The Talented Mr. Ripley’ stars Damon as Tom Ripley, a young man struggling to make a living in New York in the 1950’s.  He has absolutely no money and few bankable work skills other than his magnetic charisma, an uncanny ability to imitate people and his willingness to do whatever necessary to survive.  When Tom is approached by shipping yard tycoon, Herbert Greenleaf, and offered the task of traveling to Italy to persuade Greenleaf’s spoiled son, Dickie (Jude Law) to come back to the states to join the family business, Tom see’s this as an excellent and open ended opportunity.  Greenleaf promises Tom one thousand dollars plus expenses if he can get the job done.  However, when Tom arrives, he discovers he has a few other options Greenleaf never intended for him to take advantage of.  Bring this psychological thriller home and get ‘The Talented Mr. Ripley’ on Streaming Flix.

Matt Damon along with his friend and fellow actor, Ben Affleck, wrote the script and starred in the drama ‘Good Will Hunting’.  Damon portrays rebellious 20-year-old Massachusetts Institute of Technology janitor, Will Hunting.  Hunting is a gifted young man with a photographic memory, but he chooses to spend his time hanging out with his best friend Chuckie (Affleck) and his girlfriend Skylar (Minnie Driver).  After MIT professor Lambeau (Stellan Skarsgard) stumps students with a challenging math formula on a hallway blackboard, Will anonymously leaves the correct solution, prompting Lambeau to track down the mathematical prodigy.  As Will’s problems with law enforcement escalate, Lambeau offers him an out, but with two conditions — visits to a therapist and weekly math sessions.  Watch this award winning story play out and add ‘Good Will Hunting’ to your home collection.

Damon’s most recent film is mysterious, supernatural drama, ‘Hereafter’.  In the wake of a near-death experience during a powerful tsunami, French television reporter Marie (Cecile De France) takes her lover’s advice to pen the political book she has always talked about writing.  However, as hard as Marie tries to stay focused on the task at hand, she repeatedly finds her attention diverted to scientists who have been stigmatized for investigating the afterlife.  Meanwhile, in America, reluctant psychic George (Damon) struggles in vain to cease using his prophetic gifts while falling for a gorgeous stranger (Bryce Dallas Howard).  All the while, his greedy brother (Jay Mohr) prods him to milk his ability for all it’s worth.  Also, in London, a pair of twins is forcibly parted by tragedy when one of them dies suddenly.  But the harder the surviving twin (Frankie McLaren) attempts to reach out to his deceased brother in the afterlife, the worse his situation at home becomes.  Enter into this spiritual journey and get you tickets to see ‘Hereafter’ on Streaming Flix.

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Our Stars’ Halloween Costumes are Influenced by Movies

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Jason Briggs looks like he is a fan of Dorothy from the wizard of Oz. We like the red sneakers but cannot say much about the rest of his outfit. Nonetheless, we applaud his sense of humor.

As we can see, Wonder Woman has influenced many with her fantastic female super hero getup; this includes the Reality television star Kim Kardashian.

The Rachel Getting Married star, Anne Hathaway opted as an elegant Egyptian goddess. She looks absolutely divine.

Mariah Carey revived her favorite childhood princess, Ariel from The Little Mermaid. At the time she was in great shape and did a great replica of the Little Mermaid.

Cher did a frightening Cleopatra; it definitely took us back to one scary ancient Egypt!

Michelle Trachtenburg represented an adorable Snow White. It appears stars obtain their Halloween costumes from a vast amount of movie selections.

Ahoy matey! Lisa Rinna made a beautiful buccaneer, possibly looking forward to spot her buccaneer, such as Johnny Depp from Pirates of the Caribbean!

Letters to Juliet with Amanda Seyfried

Now-a-days the only way to live the Romero and Juliet fairytale (excluding their tragic death) is through reading novels and watching movies. In these modern times young adolescents only care about the recreational relationship where intimacy is on par with pleasure. Letters to Juliet directed by Gary Winick (13 going on 30 and Bride Wars) was a great romance movie depicting an elderly woman who realizes it is never too late to find her Romero.

Sophie Hall (Amanda Seyfried) (Mean Girls, Chloe, Dear John) being a fact checker for The New Yorker magazine aspires to become a writer, yet her boss does not share the same wishes for her. Meanwhile Sophie’s fiancé, Victor (Gael Garcia Bernal) is working on opening an Italian restaurant in New York, and to celebrate the young couple embarks on a trip to Verona, Italy. Victor being busy with his restaurant preparations finds no time for his lovely fiancé so Miss Sophie decides to make the best of and goes sightseeing.

She comes across the house of Juliet and witnesses in amazement as numerous people write letters to Juliet and posts them on Juliet’s wall. These people in hope write to seek Juliet’s advice; Sophie within this wall discovers a letter from 1957, written by Claire, an English woman who, while in Italy studying art, fell in love with Lorenzo Bartolini. When he asked her to run away with him, she did not show up and resorted to Juliet’s wall.  Sophie kind heartedly responds to the letter.

Immediately a young English man arrives, Charlie (Chris Egan), revealing that because Sophie responded to his grandmother’s letter, she was now there in search of her love. When Sophie asks to meet Claire, Charlie says no, but Sophie follows him and is introduced to Claire (Vanessa Redgrave) who is acceptingly meets Juliet.

The three get together and embark on a journey set to find Claire’s true love: Lorenzo Bartolinis. Through the journey several feelings develop among Sophie and Charlie. Together, the three decide to embark on a journey to find all the Lorenzo Bartolinis. The unrequited love of Sophie, Charlie, and Claire unravel in this masterpiece. Watch “Letters to Juliet” trailer on Streaming Flix.

Jennifer Aniston in Wanderlust!

Jennifer Aniston is, unquestionably, one of the most breathtakingly beautiful Hollywood A-listers around, and at age 41, she’s still hard competition for the newer generation of starlets.  Her classic girl-next-door look and smokin’ hot bod drive men, all over the place, unquestionably insane, and now they’ll have even more to drool over when Jen stars in Judd Apatow’s latest film, Wanderlust.
In her sexiest piece to date, Aniston’s character and her spouse, played by Paul Rudd, decide to take a walk on the wild side and, briefly, live as hippies.  This calls for Jennifer smoking a blunt or two, participating in an passionate threesome with two other women, exercising her right to “free love” while sleeping around with a slew of men and, most shockingly, showing off two of her best assets while going topless on camera.
Wanderlust is, reportedly, only the tip of the risqué iceberg, as Jen transitions from her rank as queen of the romantic comedy (she’s recently starred in The Switch, The Bounty Hunter, Love Happens, and He’s Just Not That into You, all of which have resulted in less than outstanding numbers at the box office) to more sexual characters that deeper delve into raw sexuality.
Perhaps this career switch will elevate box office sales and  let Jen’s adoring public to see her (and we do mean ALL of her) in a different light.  Which is better: girl next door or sexy temptress?  You decide. Nonetheless I will continue to stream my favorite movies, rent my favorite movies, and buy my Jennifer Aniston flicks from

Who Brought ‘The Other Guys’?

I don’t know about you, but I was tired of seeing Inception at #1 at the box office for this long. Now, don’t get me wrong. I absolutely love Inception. It’s been the best movie I’ve seen in a long time, for so many different reasons. However… it’s becoming a bit of an eyesore. But, what movie could possibly topple the blockbuster king? Despicable MeSaltDinner for Schmucks…? Or, wait… The Other Guys? I know what you’re thinking (or, at least, this is what I was thinking): “Who brought The Other Guys?”

I have to admit, the previews for The Other Guys were less than impressive. While I am a devoted Will Ferrell aficionado,  even I have enough sense to know when a movie looks like it’s going to be bad. Despite a star-studded cast of Will Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg, Samuel L. Jackson, Dwayne Johnson, and Eva Mendes, the movie looked “safe”. Plain vanilla. Nothing special, just Hollywood’s next cheesy cop movie about a crime-fighting duo that doesn’t get along. Ok, so The Other Guys is still a cheesy cop movie about a crime-fighting duo that doesn’t get along… but, it’s actually funny. Even gave it a 77% rating. That’s gotta mean something, right?

Let’s break this movie down, shall we? Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg are indeed “the other guys”. They play a mismatched cop duo, Ferrell is a detective with the demeanor of an accountant and Wahlberg is a seasoned tough guy detective who is held to the office due to an accidental shooting. While their personalities are constantly clashing, they both look up to and aspire to be like the cop powerhouse duo consisting of Samuel L. Jackson and Dwayne Johnson. At this point, it seems all the actors are playing characters that they usually play, so they aren’t too much out of their element. Boring. If I wanted to see Samuel L. Jackson kick butt, I would rent Snakes on a Plane. However, they all tweak their characters just a bit to make it fit for the movie. It’s brilliant if you ask me.

Oh, and the whole cop movie cliche? Yes, it makes fun of it all. So, it’s more of a parody of the cop movies we’re all so sick of. It pokes fun at all the cop cliches we see, like the bitter veteran cop who has anger management issues and a knack for throwing coffee at people, to how the bad guys (despite their massive amounts of heavy artillery) can never seem to hit the good guys. While The Other Guys is a comedy, the action scenes are actually pretty good. The directors staged each scene in an elaborate manner, yet incorporating funny elements into it.

But don’t let me ruin this movie for you. I say you should take your hard-earned cash, throw it at the theater attendant, and (in your best Will Ferrell voice) demand your ticket. Maybe you’ll get in for free. Or if you get kicked out, you can always go to Streaming Flix and watch something else. Just ’cause you can.

Streaming Flix Movie Review: The Sorcerer’s Apprentice

I love Nicholas Cage (Knowing). I love Jay Baruchel (Knocked Up). I love director Jerry Bruckheimer (Black Hawk Down). But most importantly, I love Disney. So, when I find out that all these elements that I love are going to be combined in a movie, how do I react? Like an overzealous school girl who has just been asked to Prom by a hot upperclassmen! But, and this a BIG “but”, it was not what I expected. It had its good points and bad points, but overall… it was just okay. Oh, the lingering feeling of disappointment.

Let’s start at the beginning, shall we? The Sorcerer’s Apprentice follows the story of David Sutler (Baruchel), just an ordinary guy with ordinary looks and, apparently, huge confidence issues. His world is turned upside down when  ragged, hobo-looking wizard sorcerer Balthazar (Cage) recruits him to be his apprentice. Balthazar must teach David the sorcery ways and unlock his potential, in order to prepare him for one of their dangerous adversaries yet.

Initially, I thought the storyline and dialogue would be a little too cheesy for my taste (sorry, Disney) and that the special effects would wow and stun me. In actuality, I felt the special effects were overdone and played out. It felt like Bruckheimer didn’t know what quite to do at certain points in the film, and just threw in some cheesy special effects in hopes that the audience wouldn’t catch on.

In terms of the characters, Nicholas Cage played Balthazar perfectly. He was witty, interesting, and believable despite the preposterous tones in the movie. His eccentricity was beautifully played, and it kept me entertained. Baruchel was funny as your average Joe, but lacked depth besides that. I think this may be contributed to him being typecast as Hollywood’s new nerd, but regardless, his performance seemed a little hollow for my taste. The villain Horvath (Alfred Molina) was absolute genius. He wasn’t too cheesy as villains in Disney movies can be. While he is obviously the villain, his dare-I-say charming personality almost makes you WANT him to succeed in his schemes. Ok, maybe not want, but you hope he gets close.

The acting talent in The Sorcerer’s Apprentice kept it afloat, but the entire movie did not sit well with me. It seemed a little disorganized and chaotic, but this may be contributed to my prior expectations (which were of Titanic proportions). Despite my disappointment, I still recommend this film to moviegoers everywhere. Maybe you’ll like it more than I did.