I decided to make a thread for Netflix movies, rather than creating a separate thread for each one I watch and want to share with y'all. I watched another one with a friend last night. We're familiar with James Franco from watching General Hospital, and always enjoy seeing Kate Hudson's (Goldie Hawn's daughter) movies. Incidentally, James Franco is the main character in 11.22.63, the show I'm watching on Hulu, and I've created a separate thread about that show. The movie starts out depicting a youngish couple that is struggling financially. They're from the U.S., but have relocated to the UK for a fresh start after losing his small business in the market crash/poor economy. They had high hopes, and he sank pretty much every penny they had into an old home he's remodeling. I don't think the movie ever stated, but it seems the house was for the couple to live in, rather than to flip for profit. It's an interesting spin on the age old dilemma of what good people would do if they stumbled upon a pile of money that derived from a potentially unsavory source. The movie is from 2014. It's called Good People. If you see it, I'd like to hear your thoughts.