Today marks the start of December and with it comes a gigantic selection of new movies to choose from on Netflix.

The streaming platform is treating its subscribers to a bunch of new additions, such as popular Adam Sandler rom-com, 50 First Dates, family comedy Cats and Dogs and even the classic Tom Hanks film, The Da Vinci Code.

But it’s not just the huge names that we all know about that are making their debut on the platform, as there are a bunch of older, less popular flicks being added.

One of the movies that’s been added today is called 3 Days to Kill, and you’ve probably heard of the star-studded cast.

The main character in the film is called Ethan Renner, who is played by Kevin Costner, 65, and is a terminally ill spy who decides to give up his wild lifestyle in order to spend time with his family.

However, an elite CIA assassin called Vivi Delay offers Ethan the opportunity to do one last mission in exchange for an incredible drug which could save his life, and she is played by none other than disgraced actress Amber Heard, 34.

Ethan decides to take the challenge on (what would the film be if he didn’t?), as he sees it as an opportunity to rebuild his relationships and get a true second chance.

The film was released originally in 2014 and received a mixed bag of reviews from critics, achieving a weak score of 28 per cent on Rotten Tomatoes.

It’s been praised for its incredible action sequences, but the plot of the film was highlighted as being quite weak.

Amber Heard’s role in the movie might put a lot of people off turning in, given her ongoing battle to prove that she wasn’t abusive to her former partner, actor Johnny Depp, 57.

A petition to remove her from Aquaman 2 has exceeded a whopping 1.5 million signatures, and the actress is facing an uphill battle to remain relevant and respected in the industry as evidence mounts against her.

However, it’s not exactly been smooth sailing for Depp either as he was asked to step down from his role in Fantastic Beasts and replaced by Mads Mikkelsen.

Will you be watching the film? 

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