A whole host of new movies arrive in the start of the month update from Netflix – and not before time.
With streaming services helping us get through the lockdown many of us are in the middle of, the monthly major update of movies on Netflix UK will likely prove really rather welcome. Especially as so many good films are being added to the service’s catalogue today.
Here’s a rundown of the new titles coming today and over the next few days. Hopefully there’s something in here to keep you occupied, and you all stay safe.
Arriving on April 1st
Lethal Weapon 2
Lethal Weapon 3
Lethal Weapon 4
It would have been quicker if we’d said ‘all the Lethal Weapons’
The Little Vampire
Tad The Explorer
Road To Perdition
Sherlock Holmes (the Downey Jr/Jude Law one)
The Girl With All The Gifts
The Matrix Reloaded
The Matrix Revolutions
Over the next week or two we also get:
Angel Has Fallen (April 4th)
The Killing Of A Sacred Deer (April 5th)
Love Wedding Repeat (April 10th)
The Main Event (April 10th)
Hail Caesar (April 16th)
Jem And The Holograms (April 16th)
Despicable Me (April 16tyh)
The Artist (April 25th)
Django Unchained (April 25th)
Happy watching. And if funds are short and you can’t afford a Netflix subscription at the moment, might we point you towards this list of films that are available for streaming on BBC iPlayer too?
You all take care.
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