Just because a movie doesn't make $100 million at the box office doesn't mean it's not any good. There a plenty of stellar movies playing to small crowds that often get over looked, especially in these crowded summer months. We have 14 brand new releases for you to check out, all newly streaming on Netflix, that we think you'll like. So if you want to beat the lines at the local multiplex, or don't feel like going out at all, stay in this June with these worthy releases! Heck, you might even discover your favorite movie of the year!

1Nightcrawler

Nightcrawler

Eager for any work that will make ends meet, Lou Bloom (Jake Gyllenhaal) joins the flock of camera crews prowling the nighttime streets of Los Angeles in search of scandal and crime. But before long, Lou finds himself caught in the tabloid limelight. Watch 'NIghtcrawler' Now!

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2Bad Asses on the Bayou

Bad Asses on the Bayou

Further extending the Bad Ass legacy, Frank Vega and Bernie Pope head for Louisiana to attend their friend Carmen's wedding. However, what was supposed to be a peaceful, Southern-style celebration goes south fast as things turn violent and ugly. Watch 'Bad Asses 3' Now!

3Not Cool

Not Cool

Home for the Thanksgiving holiday, college freshman Scott (Shane Dawson) is jolted when his girlfriend breaks up with him. But he soon finds himself distracted by former classmate Tori -- a girl he never gave a second glance to in high school. Watch 'Not Cool' Now!

4The Kidnapping Freddy Heineken

The Kidnapping Freddy Heineken

In November 1983, the brazen kidnapping of beer magnate Alfred "Freddy" Heineken made headlines around the world. As recounted in this tense crime drama, Heineken's abductors then made the biggest ransom demand in history. Watch 'The Kidnapping Freddy Heineken' Now!

5Hector and the Search for Happiness

Hector and the Search for Happiness

Leaving behind a lucrative career as a psychiatrist, discontented Hector (Simon Pegg)begins a journey across the planet in search of genuine happiness. Along the way, he experiences a succession of unusual adventures that alter his perspective. Watch 'Hector and the Search for Happiness' Now!

6Hits

Hits

Plumbing the depths of American culture in the Internet age, this mordant comedy takes its humor from the trials of a municipal worker named Dave. After a video of his tirades reaches the Internet, Dave is astounded by his sudden notoriety. Watch 'Hits' Now!

7Sex Ed

Sex Ed

After starting his first teaching job at an urban middle school, Eddie Cole (Haley Joel Osment)learns that the students aren't receiving any sex education, and he's determined to fix the situation. But Eddie is still a virgin -- which soon leads to comic complications. Watch 'Sex Ed' Now!

8 The Inbetweeners 2

The Inbetweeners 2

Four socially challenged young men from southern England who have helped each other grow reunite for a vacation down under in Australia. Watch 'The Inbetweeners 2' Now!

9Hot Girls Wanted

Hot Girls Wanted

Journalists-turned-documentarians Jill Bauer and Ronna Gradus shine a spotlight on the thriving -- but largely unregulated -- "amateur" porn industry and the girl-next-door types who are seduced and exploited by it. Watch 'Hot Girls Wanted' Now!

10Tracers

Tracers

After New York bike messenger Cam (Taylor Lautner) falls into debt with the wrong people, he ends up literally bumping into the sexy Nikki, who offers him sanctuary and the chance to join her crew of thieves, who use their parkour skills to pull off their heists. Watch 'Tracers' Now!

11Rosewater

Rosewater

In his directing debut, TV host Jon Stewart chronicles the 118-day detention and interrogation of journalist Maziar Bahari, who traveled to Iran to cover the country's 2009 presidential election and ended up being accused of espionage. Watch 'Rosewater' Now!

How's that for some worthy entries in your movie diary? Don't wait, go queue up your favorite selections right now. And then come back and let us know which were your favorites, and which ones the rest of us should certainly avoid. With Netflix streaming new movies all the time, it's going to be one movie-stuffed summer...Even without a trip to the local theater!

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B. Alan Orange