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These days you can watch any movie you desire online. Yet there's still one thing the magical wonders of instant streaming haven't solved for indecisive movie-lovers: what the heck to watch! Moviefone is here to recommend the best streaming movies from Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Instant each week in the Moviefone Stream.

This week's Moviefone Stream picks range from drugged narcotic officers and horror movie spoofs, to Algerian revolutions and Tokyo excursions. Check out our suggestions below and happy streaming!

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Comedy: 'Scary Movie' (2000)
The "Scary Movie" series quickly turned from crude and clever to inane and desperate with each additional film. However the first film is still the funniest with the most clever movie spoofs and parodied the horror genre better than any other satire movie. From Anna Farris' goof on "The Matrix" to the many ridiculous jokes on "Scream," "Scary Movie" is that perfect non-scary movie to get you pumped for the Halloween season.
Stream It On:Amazon Instant Video

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Action: 'The French Connection II' (1975)
Picking up where the 1975 film left off, Gene Hackman's narc Popeye Doyle heads to Marseille to track down the drug kingpin Frog One (Fernando Rey). However, Doyle is captured by Frog's men and forcefully drugged in hopes of turning him into a junkie. While not as action packed at the first "French Connection," this sequel is equally entertaining and worth a rewatch for the finale of the film.
Stream It On: Netflix

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Classic: 'Citizen Kane' (1941)
Orson Welles' classic "Citizen Kane," dubbed the greatest movie of all time by many until the recent "Vertigo" debate, is a film that still holds up to its eminence today. The story follows newspaper man Charles Foster Kane, loosely based on the life of William Randolph Hearst, and the mystery of understanding his final uttered word. Down to every single shot, "Citizen Kane" is a gorgeously crafted film that any movie lover must see.
Stream It On: Amazon Instant Video

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Sci-Fi/Horror: 'Contact' (1997)
Robert Zemeckis' ("Back To the Future" series), "Contact" follows Dr. Ellie Arroway (Jodie Foster) who discovers proof of alien life via radio communication. She begins to believe that the decoded message is instructions to build a mysterious machine that will enable her to meet the aliens. "Contact" is both an engaging drama and mystifying sci-fi film that is still fun to revisit, especially for Foster's exciting space voyage.
Stream It On: Amazon Instant Video

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Indie/Documentary: 'Lost in Translation' (2003)
From writer, director Sofia Coppola, "Lost In Translation" follows burnt-out movie star Bob Harris (Bill Murray) who in a desperation to work flies to Tokyo to shoot a commercial. Bob meets Charlotte (Scarlett Johansson), a young wife of a photographer, and the two spark a friendship together as they two the city. This poignant melancholy indie not only offers a great script, but two great performances from Murray and Johansson.
Stream It On: Netflix

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Foreign: 'The Battle of Algiers' (1966)
Gillo Pontecorvo's political film tells of the Algerian revolution from France in the 1960s and follows the rebels struggles against the French government. Told through a series of flashbacks, the film follows Ali (Brahim Haggiag), a leading member of the Algerian Front de Liberation Nationale (FLN) throughout the revolution and afterwards. Shot in guerilla-documentary style, "The Battle of Algiers" is a riveting piece of cinema that pays tribute to the history.
Stream It On: Hulu

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