Friday, May 29, 2015

Netflix Instant: TV and Movie Picks

It's quite the monsoon down here in Texas. It's almost June, and summer seems like it's never coming. So, if you're like us and you're trapped in your house because of flash floods, here are some great picks for you to enjoy and binge on.

This is a Netflix documentary series that goes behind famous chef's and their kitchens from around the globe. All the kitchens are one of the top restaurants in the world, and each episode explores not only their food, but the chef's inspiration and how they became who they are. A great watch for any foodie.

One of Tarantino's greatest films is now at our bloody fingertips. Even if you feel the film is a little long, there's so much to appreciate and love. From Christof Waltz's terrifying performance to the bar scene, which is one of the best written scenes in recent memory, makes this film rewatchable.

I saw this last year at DIFF and was fascinated by the story of Dock Ellis and his famous no-hitter game. Oh yes, and he pitched it while high on LSD, or so the story goes. It's a great film not only for sports fans, but for anyone who enjoys great storytelling. 

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