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Queue It Up: 19 of 2012’s Best Films Now Available on Netflix

Queue It Up: 19 of 2012's Best Films Now Available on Netflix

With so many new movies flooding the theaters every week, it’s understandable that a few noteworthy releases might have slipped under your radar within the past year. Thanks to the magic of online streaming, getting caught up on some of the best films of 2012 is just a click away. Below we have compiled a list of movies that made the cut of last year’s Indiewire Year-End Critic’s Poll List that are currently streaming on Netflix. So whether you have never heard of them before or want to watch them again, you can now have immediate access to  some of the most acclaimed recent films. No longer will you have to confusedly search through the broad and confusing array of categories and titles on Netflix, as you can rest assured in your viewing knowing that these come Criticwire-approved.

1. Holy Motors (Ranked #1 on Indiewire’s Year-End Critic’s Poll List)

2. Once Upon A Time in Anatolia (Ranked #8 on Indiewire’s Year-End Critic’s Poll List )

3. The Turin Horse (Ranked #9 on Indiewire’s Year-End Critic’s Poll List)

4. The Deep Blue Sea (Ranked #14 on Indiewire’s Year-End Critic’s Poll List)

5. Oslo, August 31st (Ranked #15 on Indiewire’s Year-End Critic’s Poll List)

6. Cosmopolis (Ranked #17 on Indiewire’s Year-End Critic’s Poll List)

7. The Kid With A Bike (Ranked #18 on Indiewire’s Year-End Critic’s Poll List)

8. The Loneliest Planet (Ranked #20 on Indiewire’s Year-End Critic’s Poll List)

9. Neighbouring Sounds (Ranked #26 on Indiewire’s Year-End Critic’s Poll List)

10. Bernie (Ranked #28 on Indiewire’s Year-End Critic’s Poll List)

11. Compliance (Ranked #30 on Indiewire’s Year-End Critic’s Poll List)

12. Elena (Ranked #32 on Indiewire’s Year-End Critic’s Poll List)

13. The Imposter (Ranked #35 on Indiewire’s Year-End Critic’s Poll List)

14. How to Survive a Plague (Ranked #37 on Indiewire’s Year-End Critic’s Poll List)

15. The Cabin in the Woods (Ranked #38 on Indiewire’s Year-End Critic’s Poll List)

16. Take This Waltz (Ranked #40 on Indiewire’s Year-End Critic’s Poll List)

17. Goodbye First Love (Ranked #44 on Indiewire’s Year-End Critic’s Poll List)

18. Keep the Lights On (Ranked #45 on Indiewire’s Year-End Critic’s Poll List)

19. Alps (Ranked #48 on Indiewire’s Year-End Critic’s Poll List)

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Comments

NatureNerd

Chasing Ice. Gorgeous movie. Watch in high def on the biggest screen you can find!

soapmachine

Holy Motors has been removed and was apparently censored which upset a lot of netflix subscribers.

Salty Bill

Oslo, August 31st was one of the truest addiction stories ever.

ska-triumph

Wowza. Great list.

Not just because of the trumped-up pride I have for seeing most of them in the theater (a couple in festivals and VOD rentals but still money spent). But that of them were money well-spent (except LONELIEST PLANET; I gotta agree with my fellow commenter there).

I don't know about me and the older auteurs – I didn't see the Dardenne Bros' or Tarr's last (but that opening scene!). Maybe I'm a bit overwhelmed or afraid that seeing one will have me binge on their whole ouevre, respectively.

jg

The ones I have seen…

1. Cosmopolis (move to #1)
2. Cabin in the Woods

Skip entirely:
Holy Motors (overrated pointless tripe)
The Loneliest Planet (not enough story for a feature)

Waste of time.

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