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New Netflix movies or shows this week: ‘Chef’s Table,’ ‘Pirates 1’

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New titles come and go on Netflix every week, but choosing what
to stream can be a daunting task.

That’s why every week Business Insider will suggest what Netflix
users should watch that is either new or leaving. This week sees
a variety of titles arriving to the service, and only a couple
that are leaving. The titles include “Pirates of the Caribbean:
The Curse of the Black Pearl,” and a Netflix original horror
movie.

New movies and TV shows coming this week:

  • “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Peal”
    (Movie — coming Tuesday, September 25): 
    The
    original “Pirates” is still the best four sequels later, and
    one of the most entertaining summer blockbusters of the last
    two decades. 
  • “A Wrinkle in Time” (Movie — coming Tuesday, September
    25): 
    Ava Duvernay’s Disney flick has been
    polarizing among audiences and critics, but that just means
    it’s worth checking out to draw your own conclusion.
  • “The Hurricane Heist” (Movie — coming Wednesday,
    September 26): 
    If you like action movies with
    outlandish concepts and just want to put on something
    entertaining for less than two hours, then “The Hurricane
    Heist” is for you.
  • “Hold the Dark” (Movie — coming Friday, September
    28): 
    Reviews have been mixed about this Netflix
    original  mystery/drama. But it’s from director Jeremy
    Saulnier, whose “Green Room” was one of the best-reviewed
    movies of 2016, and stars “Westworld’s” Jeffrey Wright and “Big
    Little Lies” star Alexander Skarsgård, which makes it
    worth a look.
  • “Chef’s Table” Volume 5 (TV show — coming Friday,
    September 28): 
    The Emmy-nominated documentary
    food series returns on Friday with a new volume.

Titles leaving this week:

  • “The Imitation Game” (Movie — leaving Friday, September
    28): 
    If you haven’t seen this historical drama
    starring Benedict Cumberbatch, which won an Oscar for best
    adapted screenplay, this week is your last chance to stream it
    on Netflix.
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