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Pop some popcorn, grab your dorm, allowed support animal, cancel your plans and pull up everything new on Netflix this October.
“El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie”
A sequel to the smash hit “Breaking Bad,” “El Camino” is written and directed by the show’s writer, Vince Gilligan. The story and film have been in secret development for a long time and will focus on Aaron Paul’s character, Jesse Pinkman.
For more crime stories, “Blow” should definitely be on your list. Johnny Depp and Penelope Cruz star in this true story about how Pablo Escobar established the cocaine market in the United States.
“Bad Boys 1 & 2”
Before the third “Bad Boys” movie hits theaters, check out the originals starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence as detectives tracking down murders and the cartel. If you want charismatic action movies, look no further.
“Oceans 11, 12 & 13”
For more classic franchises, the “Oceans” series is now on Netflix.
The star-studded heist movies include Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, George Clooney, Julia Roberts, Al Pacino, Bernie Mack and more.
“Peaky Blinders” Season 5
In terms of criminals who are easy to root for, this Netflix original show is jam-packed with English gangsters you’ll want to watch.
With a great cast including Cillian Murphy, Sam Neil, Tom Hardy and Adrian Brody, characters on both sides of the law are really brought to life.
This incredibly stylized and mature film stars Ewan McGregor in one of his best performances. It shows the horrifying highs and lows of a heroin addict’s life and remains haunting, enlightening and highly entertaining.
This comic book film from Frank Miller, Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino has a harsh black-and-white style speckled with color and full of violence.
“Dolemite Is My Name”
On Oct. 25, Eddie Murphy returns to the spotlight in this true story. The story follows Ray Rudy Moore, a rap and comedy legend, who creates a kung fu fighting alter ego named Dolemite. The movie also stars Wesley Snipes, Snoop Dogg, T.I., Keegan-Michael Key and Chris Rock.
It’s definitely one people will be talking about.
“The Karate Kid”
A movie that is always fun to see and now easy to watch is “The Karate Kid.”
This classic follows a mentor who teaches a high schooler to defend himself and grow as a person through martial arts.
This crazy ‘80s movie is a welcomed addition.
On the last day of the month, Martin Scorsese’s brutal black-and-white boxing movie comes to Netflix.
Robert de Niro and Joe Pesci have some of their best performances and this is definitely a film to check out, even if you aren’t a boxing fan.