Netflix's September 2015 Arrivals Feature Ton of Travel Treasures
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While it’s true that Netflix taketh away each month it is also known to giveth, and that’s just what the streaming service has done in September.
We are here to once again check off all the new Netflix arrivals this month, particularly those that might spark an interest in travel aficionados taking a break from touring the world to watch some great entertainment fare.
As for us, we have a hankering to watch the following programs:
Up in the Air (2009):
George Clooney, Anna Kendrick and Vera Farmiga star in this movie that tells the tale of a man who lives out of a suitcase and only feels at home if he is on the road.
Lawrence of Arabia: Restored Version (1962):
A classic movie is displayed in restored vibrant color.
As IMDB reminds, the filming of this massive undertaking used locations from Morocco to Spain.
Sleepy Hollow (1999):
As we previously explained, the story of Sleepy Hollow continues to resonate today, sparking fervor of interest in various tourist attractions in New York.
Tim Burton’s magically macabre style will have you aching for Halloween to arrive so that you might experience anew various haunted locales in your own area.
The Monster Squad (1987):
Speaking of classic Halloween fare, you can celebrate the fact that a part of our childhood arrived on Netflix in the form of “The Monster Squad.”
The movie features a bevy of iconic monster movie villains and a part of it was even filmed at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles.
Moonrise Kingdom (2012)
Wes Anderson is arguably at his best in this adorable and hilarious movie that features a boy and girl escaping their lives for a moment for a romantic getaway on a nearby lake.
A search team and various shenanigans ensue.
Lastly, we leave you with this brilliant movie featuring the captivating talents of Judi Dench and Steve Coogan.
A writer expands his career horizons as he embarks on a journey to find his travel companion’s long lost son.
It’s touching, beautiful and, like the other movies above, perfect to serve as travel motivation.
Just don’t book the flight until you have logged significant couch time.
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