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5 Movies to Check Out THIS Month on Netflix!

We know you love movies, we know you love Netflix and we also know you have a big break coming up…so we thought we’d make your decision easy this month about what to put in your Netflix queue. As fellow fans of Netflix, we’re all too aware that too many choices can lead to lost hours that you could be watching something fantastic. So, break out the popcorn, call some friends over and get started!

1. Son of God: In case you missed it this past spring, Son of God has arrived on Netflix. A perfect movie to pop on with friends who don’t know Christ. After all, Jesus is the reason of this holiday season!


2. VeggieTales: In The House: Our favorite talking vegetables are back in a new Netflix original series! Relive your childhood memories!


3. The Gabby Douglas Story: The story of Christian gymnast Gabby Douglas and her road to Olympic stardom.


4. A Long Way Off: Here’s an inspiring true story, based on the tale of The Prodigal Son taken from Luke 15:11-32, but set in modern times.


5. The Nightmare Before Christmas: Oh, you’ve never seen this cult classic? You’re welcome in advance.


What movies are in your queue this month, girls?


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  1. Luthien Tinuviel

    Posted by Luthien Tinuviel on January 4, 2015 at 13:39

    Son of God is on Netflix?! I’ll have to tell my brother. He really wants to watch that!

  2. Project Inspired

    Posted by E1000 on December 22, 2014 at 10:23

    What have they done to Veggie Tales!?!?! O.O

  3. SereneInChrist

    Posted by SereneInChrist on December 22, 2014 at 08:58

    Number fiveeee!

  4. Project Inspired

    Posted by Sophia_the_1st on December 22, 2014 at 08:29

    I’m surprised you posted the Nightmare before Christmas. And the way you described it as a “cult classic” Do u even know what a cult is? That movie is like bringing Satan into Christmas where we should be honoring Jesus our Lord!

    • alwaysemilie

      Posted by alwaysemilie on December 22, 2014 at 16:33

      The writer didn’t mean “cult” as in “satanic cult.” Cult can also mean a thing that is popular or fashionable, among a particular section of society, like a “cult film.”