With November just about to get underway, we decided to pick the best movies you can stream instantly and download on iTunes next month.
Jurassic World on iTunes
By far the biggest movie of the summer, Jurassic World has now made its way into the home streaming market, and is available on iTunes. For those who haven’t seen it in theaters, it’s a bit of a bummer you’ll miss it on the big screen, but regardless, Jurassic World is still a ridiculously fun flick, with just the proper amount of homage to the original Jurassic Park without pandering too much.
Southpaw on iTunes
This one ended up being a bit of a sleeper pick that might not have garnered too much attention during its theatrical run, but regardless, worth a quick home viewing on iTunes. No need to be a boxing fan to appreciate this one, but it probably helps if Rocky or Warrior are somewhere on your list of favorite films.
Inside Out on iTunes
Another Disney Pixar winner, how shocking, right? Inside Out might actually be one of the most emotionally touching of the Pixar films, which is quite the high compliment. We have yet to meet someone, no matter how cold-hearted, who absolutely doesn’t love Inside Out, so it comes with our highest recommendation.
Trainwreck on iTunes
There might not be a comedian more on top of their game than Amy Schumer right now. Trainwreck certainly isn’t for everyone, but we enjoyed it enough for what it tries to be, a raunchy comedy with plenty of heart. From the Rotten Tomatoes review: “Trainwreck drags commitment out of all but the most rom-com-phobic filmgoers with sharp humor, relatable characters, and hilarious work from Amy Schumer.” We couldn’t agree more.
The Man From U.N.C.L.E. on iTunes
A violent and intense Guy Ritchie romp, who would have thought it? There’s no arguing that his previous efforts such as Snatch and Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels are better, but The Man From Uncle is still pretty damn enjoyable. Maybe it tries a bit too hard at times, but we enjoyed what we saw the majority of the film.
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