Netflix today (October 1) is adding 43 new movies to its streaming lineup, including a highly-anticipated Netflix original.

The new films include The Guilty, a Netflix original crime drama starring Jake Gyllenhaal as a 911 operator whose life becomes forever altered when he receives a harrowing call from a woman who’s been kidnapped., which compiles critical reviews, gives The Guilty a score of 71 out of a possible 100.

“The Guilty is another Americanized remake overshadowed by the original, but its premise is still sturdy enough to support a tense, well-acted thriller,” the site states, summarizing the reviews.

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Other notable films added today to Netflix: Malcolm X, Spike Lee’s evocative 1992 drama starring Denzel Washington as the 1960s civil rights leader; Zodiac, the taut 2007 David Fincher drama starring the aforementioned Gyllenhaal as a reporter seeking clues to the identity of a real-life serial killer; and Titanic, James Cameron’s 1997 retelling of the sinking of the mighty ship, and a fabled romance with Leonard DiCaprio and Kate Winslet as the accidental partners.

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Here is the complete list of new movies added today to Netflix:

Forever Rich — Netflix Film
The Guilty — Netflix Film
Swallow — Netflix Film
A Knight’s Tale

An Inconvenient Truth
As Good as It Gets

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Bad Teacher
The Cave
The Devil Inside
Don’t Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood

Double Team
Eagle Eye
Endless Love

Hairspray (2007)
The Holiday
Jet Li’s Fearless
The Karate Kid (2010)

Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life
Léon: The Professional
Malcolm X
Observe and Report
Once Upon a Time in Mexico

Project X
Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves
Rumor Has It…

Spy Kids
Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams
Spy Kids 3: Game Over
Step Brothers
The Ugly Truth

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Till Death
Tommy Boy

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