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May 23 2014, Published 1:36 p.m. ET

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Happy Memorial Day Weekend! Now you have three whole days this weekend, instead of two, to watch movies and TV shows on your couch. Here are the new titles that are streaming on Netflix!

Available May 22

Big Bad Wolves

In this intense and unpredictable thriller, a vigilante cop joins forces with the father of a murder victim to interrogate the main suspect in a series of brutal child homicides—and to mete out their own version of justice.

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Machete Kills

Vigilante and ex-Federal Machete returns to battle when the U.S. government recruits him to take down a psychotic revolutionary and a billionaire arms dealer trying to launch a weapon into space.

Available May 25

Brake

Secret Service agent Jeremy Reins awakens in the trunk of a car driven by terrorists who are hunting for the president's secret bunker. For Reins, escaping means more than just his own survival: The nation's future hangs in the balance.

Available May 26

Longmire: Season 2

Based on the Walt Longmire mystery novels by Craig Johnson, this contemporary crime thriller focuses on a Wyoming sheriff who's rebuilding his life and career following the death of his wife.

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Twice Born

Summoned by a longtime friend, a middle-aged woman returns to Bosnia with her teenage son, who was conceived amid the tumult of the 1990s Balkan wars. But the visit soon sparks a torrent of memories that force her to confront painful truths.

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Available May 27

Escape from Tomorrow

On the last day of a family vacation at Disney World, Jim White learns that he's lost his job. Soon thereafter, he begins to lose his mind, wandering through the artificial phantasmagoria and becoming obsessed with two perky French girls.

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Leviathan

In the very waters where Melville's Pequod gave chase to Moby-Dick, this haunting documentary—shot on a dozen cameras and presented with no spoken commentary—captures the collaborative clash of man, nature and machine.

The Pill

After a drunken one-night stand, uptight Fred spends the day with offbeat Mindy to ensure she takes both doses of the morning-after pill—and finds himself pulled into a whirl of wacky and awkward adventures in this delightful comedy.

Vanishing of the Bees

This documentary details the economic, political and ecological consequences of a dwindling world honeybee population. It's a phenomenon with a name—Colony Collapse Disorder—but no explanation or solution exists.

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Available May 29

Brave Miss World

On the eve of her Miss World win, Linor Abargil was abducted and raped, a trauma she turned into a story of hope she delivers around the world. This film documents her speaking tour, including her first trip back to her native Italy since her ordeal.

 

These Birds Walk (2013)

This inspiring documentary profiles both legendary humanitarian Abdul Sattar Edhi and a young boy named Omar, who has fled his abusive family. Living at one of Edhi's orphanages in Karachi, Pakistan, Omar attempts to find safety and peace.

What are your plans for this weekend? Are you going to watch any of these movies? What's your favorite title on Netflix right now? Tell us in the comments below or tweet us @OKMagazine.

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