Bring It On (available 5/1)
Admit it: your spirit fingers could use some work. Netflix adds to its teen-movie canon with this turn-of-the-millennium cheer-com, which follows the competing antics of rival squads led by Kirsten Dunst and Gabrielle Union, respectively. There's plenty of goofy choreography and crass teen humor to keep you entertained.
The Nutty Professor (available 5/1)
Eddie Murphy's 1996 remake of the 1963 Jerry Lewis classic mocks the morbidly obese in a way that feels a little mean-spirited 20 years later, but it's worth watching to marvel at the comedian's chameleonic ability to play multiple characters in the same cast at the same time. Plus, those fat suits, wigs, and prosthetics are entertaining enough out of context.
Sixteen Candles (available 5/1)
John Hughes' seminal Molly Ringwald romance set the template for every high school rom-com that followed. The eve of Samantha's 16th birthday -- and her big sister's wedding day -- is jam-packed with every teen trauma imaginable, but the cringes are grounded in sincere comedy. Featuring a career-making cameo from Anthony Michael Hall, as the freshman nerd trying to score big.
Chef's Table: Season 2, Part 1 (available 5/27)
This Netflix original docuseries take food porn to the next level and beyond. Travel to far-flung locales to watch groundbreaking chef-pioneers push their art form past its limits. This season features boldface names from the culinary world such as Grant Achatz, Enrique Olvera, and many more.
Bloodline: Season 2 (available 5/27)
Critical responses to Netflix's moody family drama set in swampy Florida were mixed, but the Rayburn family saga is back for a second installment, bearing the ominous tagline, "Good people may have to do some very bad things." Starring Kyle Chandler as the detective patriarch, Ben Mendelsohn as his black sheep of a brother, and lots of voice-overs.
The Do-Over (available 5/27)
Adam Sandler and David Spade's Netflix-exclusive action-adventure looks like a much dumber version of an Elmore Leonard novel. Sandler plays bad cop to Spade's straitlaced family man -- and fakes their deaths to give the buddies a fresh new start. If you liked watching this duo in I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry or Grown Ups, you'll probably dig The Do-Over.