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Netflix decided that April need an infusion of explosions, because the month's complement of Hollywood fare is best described as explosive.
It's time once again to take a look at what the upcoming month has to offer in the form of new movies streaming on the Internet service.
Now you can take a look at all the titles offered in April over at CNN. However, here we delve into those films that may just spark more than your need to pop some popcorn and stay in during a rainy April night.
From pleasant English villages to iconic American cities, this month's rollout has it all for the traveler who likes action and adventure between layovers.
National Treasure (2004):
The good thing about treasures is they were hidden by people sensible enough to feature clues in important national documents.
Enjoy this romp to save the Declaration of Independence from bad guys, which features Nicolas Cage delivering the kind of over-the-top performance we have come to adore.
Hot Fuzz (2007):
Despite what you might think the English countryside isn't as serene as it seems. Oh sure, it's all missing swans until something really nefarious is uncovered.
Besides the hilarity, you get a close look at gorgeous Somerset, England, which stood in for the movie's Sanford.
If you like your movies based in Los Angeles to come with a completely ridiculous premise then this is your movie.
Jason Statham plays Chev Chelios whose life depends on constant adrenaline rush, which is all you need to know about this frantic movie that takes you throughout LA.
The Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course (2002):
The passion and frivolity that made wildlife adventurer Steve Irwin such a beloved figure is on display in this movie that takes place throughout Australia.
There are crocodiles, feisty beasts and poachers that must be stopped at all costs.
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