Netflix this week (February 14-20) plans to add 10 new TV shows and movies to its streaming lineup, including nine originals.
The new titles will include I Care a Lot, a Netflix original film starring Rosamund Pike (Gone Girl) as a woman whose plan to steal from the elderly goes awry when she learns one of her targets is connected to a ruthless gangster. Rottentomatoes.com, which tracks critical reviews, gives I Care a Lot a score of 93 out of a possible 100, based on 29 reviews.
“I Care a Lot is a sleekly unnerving thriller,” writes Owen Gleiberman of Variety. “It’s built around a scam just plausible enough to give you pause, and a protagonist who’s so efficient in her diabolical ruthlessness that you can scarcely take your eyes off her vicious amoral glow.”
Also notable this week: The Crew, a Netflix original sitcom series starring Kevin James (The King of Queens, Kevin Can Wait) as the crew chief of a motley band in a NASCAR garage; and Behind Her Eyes, a Netflix original dramatic series starring Simona Brown as a young woman whose life becomes more than she can handle when he falls for a married man, and his mysterious misses.
Here is the complete list of new titles coming this week to Netflix streaming:
Monday, Feb. 15
The Crew — Netflix Original
Tuesday, Feb. 16
Animals on the Loose: A You vs. Wild Movie — Netflix Family
Good Girls: Season 3
Wednesday, Feb. 17
Behind Her Eyes — Netflix Original
Hello, Me! — Netflix Original
MeatEater: Season 9 Part 2 — Netflix Original
Thursday, Feb. 18
Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan — Netflix Anime
Friday, Feb. 19
I Care A Lot — Netflix Film
Tribes of Europa — Netflix Original
Saturday, Feb. 20
Classmates Minus — Netflix Film
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— Phillip Swann
I Care a lot was terrible. Poor production value, hokie, unbelievable plot line and probably some of the most inept gangsters in filmdom