If you're like me, you probably didn't get to see Jiro Dreams of Sushi when it was released in theaters five months ago. And like me, if you have a Netflix account, you had it on your DVD queue for the last few weeks, but kept pushing it back for other movies because committing to Jiro Dreams of Sushi on DVD means you also have to convince your non-foodie friends and family that they want to spend the next hour and a half watching it for movie night.
This becomes a more difficult task when compounded with the fact that you already subjected them to the snoozefest that was El Bulli: Cooking in Progress (Click to read my review of that film) and they don't trust your taste in movies anymore.
So you wait and wait, hoping that the movie will end up on the Watch Instantly queue, so you can watch it whenever you want.
This week, about a month after the DVD was released, it finally happened: it's available on the Watch Instantly list. So, if you have Netflix streaming, you can see it, like, now!
Here's the link:
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Don't know what the frick I'm talking about? See the trailer below.
To read Michelle's interview with the film's director, CLICK HERE.