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    Default Good Unknown or Quirky Movies That Most Haven't Seen on Netflix Streaming

    I love Netflix streaming video as with my xbox account I don't have to watch it on a computer and there is a very good selection...cable or satellite TV seems redundant now.

    Regardless I its nice to know what movies are worth checking out that they have on streaming video that are of a recommended caliber. I already know the famous movies out there but less of the unknown or lesser known keepers.

    So in other words what is hot out their on netflix.com streaming that we don't know about? Also to keep it in a MBTI vein feel free to highlight what MBTI type the various roles illustrate.
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    if you haven't watched 11:14 I'd suggest checking it out... it was amusing and is available for streaming on Netflix
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    Just recently watched "A Boy and His Dog" A Boy and His Dog (1975) and despite the low budget (allegedly only about 20 grand in 1975) poor lighting and special effects is nevertheless has a great screenplay and one of the finest 'acting' by an animal (the dog is Tiger from the Brady Bunch). Classic dark humour science fiction but not for the squeamish nor a majority of NFs as it has a "mutts before sluts" underlying theme and looks upon futuristic rape in a rather blaze manner. If however you can overlook its shortcomings one can see a fresh take on the post-apocalyptic
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    I love netflix streaming. Total awesome.

    I thought Primer was interesting and different. I liked reading about it AFTER I watched it though. Don't read up on it before.

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    disturbingly keeping in an odd theme here, I'll also suggest Teeth, which is available on Netflix
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    Cool! Ive added those to my queue. For action buffs I also recomend the series spartacus blood and sand (and "24" a real time action series which is especially fun to watch uninterupted if you have to stay home sick). For those who like the sword and sorcery stuff the series Legend of the Seeker.
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    Also recommend these documentaries

    Crips and Bloods: Made in America
    Truman: The American Experience
    Horror in the East (WWII)
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    I love documentaries

    I actually had to do a lot of research on the crips and the bloods for a class in college as well
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    Speaking of post-apocalyptic films, put Delicatessen in your queue, Spam!

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    and everyone must see Soilent Green at some point, even though you've probably already seen it!
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