If you are already suffering from Downton Abbey withdrawal, this drama about the upstairs downstairs drama at an English country estate should help hold you over until Season 4 gets under way.
This movie made Morgan Spurlock famous. It's a scary documentary that serves as a real eye opener about the power of fast food.
Who's The Caboose
This is a polarizing movie, but if you like comedy, it's worth a shot. It stars Sarah Silverman in a documentary style exploration of the inner workings of Hollywood and the race to fame. There's some notable cameos too, including Marc Maron, David Cross and Kathy Griffin.
A Farewell to Arms
This Ernest Hemingway adaptation was nominated for an Academy Award in 1932. It still stands up today with its raw portrayal of war.
This incredible documentary took over three years to film and the filmmakers patience pays off. They followed artist Vik Muniz from him home in Brooklyn to birthplace in Brazil. While there, they investigate the world's largest garbage dump and learn about art of living along the way.
If you have ever wondered what Frank Sinatra was like in his prime, this classic is worth a look. He's a mesmerizing performer, even when you're watching on your laptop.
If "quirky" indie movies are your thing, this Sundance selection from 2010 is definitely worth your time. If off-center movies aren't your thing, you've been warmed.
America made history this year when legislation passed that allows women to serve on the frontlines. This 1981 documentary about a female platoon seems more relevant than ever.
A British movie to finish off the list. This picture was inspired by the famous Brit band The Who and follows an angtsy teenager named Jimmy as he tries to fight his demons and find his way through London.
Doubt - Sorry! This one's been removed from Hulu. Meryl Streep is brilliant in this complex drama about a Catholic priest and a suspicious nun. This story is dramatic, yet quiet in its own way. It features an all star cast in addition to Streep including Amy Adams, Phillip Seymour Hoffman and Viola Davis.
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