|November 2009 Netflix Summary||Arrived at Home||Received at Netflix||Days at Home||Monthly Average Days at Home||Cost Per Movie|
|Zack and Miri Make a|
|The Boondock Saints||11/12||11/17||5|
|Dirty Pretty Things||11/18||11/30||12|
|Streets of Mexico City||11/24||12/24||30|
|El Callejon De Los|
Ten movies from Netflix this month - most of them are catch-ups for things I've missed in the last few years. Timeline sucked, I can understand the appear of Twilight, and Zack and Miri, yeah, whatever. Dirty Pretty Things was very good and deserved all the acclaim it got, but my two favorites this month were Hard Candy - very intense and extremely hard to watch, even besides the obvious core revenge-fantasy scene - and Boondock Saints, a great little action/vigilante flick that is all the more amazing given the story of the guy who made it, told in the documentary Overnight. And El callejón de los milagros was a pretty good Mexico city movies, not as good as Amores Perres, but it tells a couple of compelling stories and stars a very young Selma Hayek (she was what, sixteen like her character here was?).