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What’s on Netflix, May 2016

The answer is… sort of nothing. I mean, there’s a few movies definitely worth watching, but for the majority this month seems like a good chance to catch up on things if you’re behind. Still need to see some of those classic movies that came on Netflix last month? This is a good chance to do so, they’ll be sticking around for May as well.

Sixteen Candles

Honestly, this is about the only movie that stood out to me as being worth watching this month. If you grew up in the 80’s or 90’s, this movie is an absolute classic. John Hughes perfectly captures the awkwardness of teen lives, from dealing with family to having a crush on someone who seems well out of your league.

To Catch a Thief

An Alfred Hitchcock classic. If you haven’t seen it, it’s worth checking out at least once – if anything at least to see the beautiful elegance of Cary Grant and Grace Kelly.

Beyond those two movies, there’s a lot of sequels (Kindergarten Cop 2…) and not-so-great comedies from the 90’s and 00’s like Bring it On 1 & 2 and The Nutty Professor. Several additional seasons of shows are being added, but really, use the month of May to catch up on what you’ve been meaning to watch.

What are you watching on Netflix right now?

Epic Rap Battles of History – Director’s Cut

So to speak. See what I did there?

The most recent of the Epic Rap Battles of History was Steven Spielberg vs. Alfred Hitchcock. But they couldn’t leave well enough alone… ending up with a few more directors thrown in. And of course, at least they’re not Michael Bay. Right?

Please note: NSFW. Language. As with pretty much all of their work. Also, all of rap.

We thought this was great, and the question is as always a good one. WHO WON? YOU DECIDE! We have the poll for you after the jump! Continue reading