7 best new movies to hit Netflix in September 2021
Here we are again. You watch Netflix, waiting for something to burst through the content algorithm and yell, “Look at me, pweeze!” Yes, the content algorithm speaks like a baby. In any event. If you’re looking for something new to watch on Netflix among the countless movies added each month, we’ve got a list of seven new Netflix movies that are worth your time. These titles range from thriller to romantic comedy, offering something for everyone.
Check out our list of the best new movies to hit Netflix in September 2021 below.
Director: Cédric Nicolas-Troyan
Writer: Umair Aleem
To throw: Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Miku Martineau, Woody Harrelson
If you have dug Mary elizabeth winstead in Birds of prey Where Scott Pilgrim vs the world and you wanna see her kick her ass some more, you gonna give Kate a stream in September. With Winstead as a super-assassin who learns she’s been poisoned with just 24 hours to live (Shades of Crank, anyone?), the film throws her into the neon-soaked underworld of Tokyo, befriending the young girl of an ancient target (Miku martineau) along its goal of finding the responsible party. Vets love Woody harrelson, Michiel Huisman, and Tadanobu Asano also appear in the action thriller directed by Cedric Nicolas Troyan (The Hunter: The Winter War). Yes Extraction and The old guard hit you where you want your Netflix action movies to live, Kate should be a no-brainer to watch.
Director: Adam Salky
Writer: Chris Sparling
To throw: Freida Pinto, Logan Marshall-Green, Robert John Burke
No one wants their house to be invaded. But as you can guess from the title, Intrusion, this is exactly what happens to rich couples Freida Pinto and Logan Marshall-Green in their secluded, sumptuous and modern domain. While Pinto and Marshall-Green defend themselves against potential attackers and begin to speak with the detective Robert john burke on what to do next, the event overturns a series of dominoes made up of secrets, lies and other acts of violence. This throwback thriller comes from a pair of scheming talent, veterinary genre writer Chris Sparling (Buried) and independent theater director Adam salky (I smile back). If you’re looking for something to get your blood flowing as you dip into a chardonnay and scream on the screen, let Intrusion intrude on your screen.
Director: David Yarovesky
Writers: Mikki Daughtry, Tobias Iaconis
To throw: Winslow Fegley, Lidya Jewett, Krysten Ritter
Krysten Ritter is off-leash and that’s what I’m here for! In Night books, a fantasy and family horror film from the director who is often hostile to families David Yarovesky (Sharp burn) and producer Sam raimi (evil Dead), Ritter plays a vindictive and deliciously campy witch who traps a young child Winslow Fegley in his apartment and forces him to tell him scary stories, or he will be destroyed. But when Fegley finds the witch’s servant, Lidya Jewett, the two join forces in an attempt to escape the supernatural traps and tricks determined to keep them there. Call me crazy, but I believe Spooky Times can start before October, and I believe Night books could be the perfect, fun, and oddly scary movie to launch your own.
No one comes out alive
Director: Santiago Menghini
Writers: Fernanda Coppel, Jon Croker
To throw: Cristina Rodlo, Marc Menchaca
This is how we title a horror film! In No one comes out alive, based on the novel by The ritual writer Adam nevil, Cristina Rodlo plays an immigrant to America trying to find a new way of life. When she takes a room in a pension thanks to Marc Menchaca, she finds an unexpected gateway to surreal and overwhelming horrors that might not let her make it out alive. It is the first feature film by a visually imaginative filmmaker Santiago menghini, which seems to combine previous Netflix movies His home and I think to end things in its wild environment. Put the kids to bed after Night books before diving into No one comes out alive.
It looks like love
Director: Juana Macías
Writer: Laura Sarmiento
To throw: María Valverde, Álex González, Elisabet Casanovas, Susana Abaitua, Eva Ugarte, Miri Pérez-Cabrero
It looks like love, a Spanish film by the director Juana macías (Netflix We are pregnant), resembles the sparkling but shimmering delicacies of The devil wears Prada crossed with the surreal but romantic turn of Amelie, with a certain Chip bag-esque asides to the camera to boot! Maria valverde takes on the role of the hapless assistant to a ruthless fashion influencer, only getting through her days with the help of her best friends. But when her beautiful ex Alex González comes back into the picture, her life turns upside down, well, it just might look like love. A classic rom-com with modern touches, It looks like love implores you to replace your wine with rosé.
Director: Théodore Melfi
Writer: Matt Harris
To throw: Melissa McCarthy, Chris O’Dowd, Kevin Kline, Timothy Olyphant, Daveed Diggs, Skyler Gisondo, Laura Harrier, Loretta Devine
It’s nice to see Melissa McCarthy act seriously again! After her and her husband Chris O’Dowd suffer a horrific loss, O’Dowd’s sanity suffers greatly, leading him to an institution while McCarthy stays home trying to pick up the pieces. And, oh yes, becoming obsessed with a starling that made a nest in the tree in front of their house. As the couple fight for their lives, exacerbated by this dang bird, they turn to an eccentric vet / psychologist Kevin kline for a unique help mark. Sensitive dramatic comedy comes from the director Theodore Melfi, who previously led McCarthy in St. Vincent, and is based on a Matt harris storyline that has been a Black List darling for many years. Is Netflix looking for nods at the Oscars Starling?
Director: Sara Colangelo
Writer: Max Borenstein
To throw: Michael Keaton, Stanley Tucci, Amy Ryan, Tate Donovan, Shunori Ramanathan, Laura Benanti
Speaking of Netflix fighting for the Oscars: Value is a prestigious drama based on a true story, starring Michael keaton like lawyer Kenneth Feinberg trying to get the families of the victims of the 9/11 attacks properly compensated. The film, directed by Sara colangelo (Netflix Kindergarten teacher), includes a set of stars including Stanley tucci, Amy ryan, Tate Donovan, Laura Benanti, and Marc Maron found the factual drama. The film aims to explore, in agonizing detail, an unanswered question in the face of tragedy: How much is life really worth?
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