Looking for the best movies and series on Netflix this September, huh?
Well, the best part about watching movies and shows is knowing what is in there for you.
Nobody wanna waste his or her time behind the tv watching a movie or show that is not only boring by unentertaining.
These are the 10 movies and series you should be looking forward to watching on Netflix in September. You should probably add them to your whitelist of movies and series.
Now. let’s get into
1, Kicking And Screaming – September 3
One of the movies you need to watch in September on Netflix is ‘Kicking and Screaming” directed by Noah Baumbach, the director of “Marriage Story” and “Frances Ha”.
He tells the story of four university friends (played with verve by Chris Eigeman, Josh Hamilton, Carlos Jacott, and Jason Wiles) wandering around their college town a year after graduation, unsure what to do with themselves. Baumbach’s dialogue is sharp and quotable, and the relationships are unusually rich, thanks in part to the performances of Olivia d’Abo, Parker Posey, and Cara Buono as the endlessly patient women in their lives.
2, Midnight Special – September 6
One of the movies you need to watch in September on Netflix is Midnight, a sci-fi thriller movie written and directed by Jeff Nichols.
Shannon is excellent as the father on the run with his 8-year-old son (Jaeden Martell, credited as Jaeden Lieberher), whose special abilities have piqued the interest of government officials (led by Adam Driver) and a religious cult (led by Sam Shepard). The ensemble cast is completed by Kirsten Dunst, Joel Edgerton, and Bill Camp.
3, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World – September 15
This is another thrilling movie you need to be getting prepped up to watch. “Scott Pilgrim vs. The World” Edgar Wright with inspiration from Bryan Lee O’Malley graphic novels.
Michael Cera plays the title character, a likeable schlub who falls hard for the perfectly named Ramona Flowers (Mary Elizabeth Winstead), only to discover that she must defeat her “seven evil exes” to win her heart (including Chris Evans, Brandon Routh and Mae Whitman). Wright hits the right note with his comic book film, jazzily incorporating the format’s visual touchstones and storytelling devices while energizing the picture with bursts of his unmistakable energy.
4, “Penny Dreadful” Season 1-3 – September 16
“Penny Dreadful” Seasons 1-3 is a captivating series written by award-winning playwright John Logan. This series has a mix of mythology and Victorian-era monsters.
Eva Green is a marvel as a monster hunter whose adventures in late-nineteenth-century London intersect with the worlds of “Dracula,” “Frankenstein,” “The Picture of Dorian Grey,” and “Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde,” as well as various gunslingers, werewolves, and alienists. Those who are familiar with the characters and the books they inhabit will enjoy the references and intersections, but even newcomers will enjoy the show’s dark humour, intricate narratives, and copious gore.
5, The Grandmaster – September 26
The Grandmaster is a Chinese martial art movie you do not want to miss watching in September. The movie is directed by Wong Kar-wai and starred by Tony Leung Chiu-wai, the charismatic Hong Kong actor, thanks to Marvel’s “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings”.
Leung plays Ip Man, a master of the Southern Chinese kung fu style Wing Chun who mentored a young Bruce Lee. However, Wong’s film is more of a Lee-style adventure, with stunningly photographed fight sequences and action set pieces. The film’s U.S. version, which is shorter and simpler but less impressive, is now available on Netflix. Even in its shortened form, “The Grandmaster” is an overwhelming experience.
6, Air Force One – September 30
Air Force One is a claustrophobic action movie directed by Wolfgang Petersen who also directed the breakthrough movie “Das Boot”
“Get off my plane!” yelled Harrison Ford in this 1997 action thriller that, to put it simply, is “Die Hard” on the president’s plane. Ford plays President James Marshall, who is on his way from Moscow to the White House when terrorists hijack Air Force One and kidnap his family and staff. Marshall, on the other hand, is a combat veteran who decides to back up his “no negotiating with terrorists” rhetoric with action.
7, “Evil” Season 1 – September 30
Evil Season 1 is a supernatural drama series you need to watch on Netflix in September
Katja Herbers, Mike Colter, and Aasif Mandvi play three “assessors” for the Roman Catholic Church, who are sent to determine the legitimacy of such encounters, much like a Ghostbusters team for possessions. But “Evil” isn’t just another “Exorcist” rip-off; it comes from the pen of Robert and Michelle King, the team behind “The Good Wife” and “The Good Fight.” It’s lifted by its unusually intelligent dialogue and pointed characterizations — and then it delivers on the genre’s expectations.
8, Kung Fu Panda – Spetember 30
Kung Fu Panda was my favourite family movie when it was first released in 2008. Bit have you seen the animated version of King Fu Panda? You should be adding it to your shortlist now.
Despite its unmistakable formula, “Kung Fu Panda” is enjoyable, owing primarily to the incalculable charisma of its star, Jack Black; he is simultaneously funny, cuddly, sympathetic, and inspiring as a slapstick-prone panda who must fulfil his destiny as the “Dragon Warrior.”
9, Why Do Fools Fall In Love – September 30
This iconic Netflix movie features songs from Elton John, Aretha Franklin and Freddie Mercury. “Who Do Fools Fall In Love” is a musical drama that dramatizes obscure musical figures and celebrities. Movie directed by Gregory Nava and screenwriting by Tina Andrews.
“Who Do Fools Fall In Love,” tells a story through the eyes of three women (played by Halle Berry, Vivica A. Fox, and Lela Rochon), all of whom claimed to have married Lymon and are fighting over his estate. It’s a fascinating, untold story that delves into not only romantic entanglements but also themes of musical exploitation and the fleeting nature of fame.
10, Star Trek Seasons 1-3 – September 31
Star Trek released between 1966 and 1969 is still the favourite of many. Nonetheless, its strengths were clear from the start: a setup that allowed for endless imagination; intelligent scripts that slyly framed contemporary issues; and a perfectly balanced cast, from the finely drawn supporting cast to the ying-and-yang acting styles of William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy.
Later iterations, such as the 2009 film reboot, the seven-season “Voyager,” and the four-season “Enterprise,” all of which are also leaving Netflix this month, were slicker, but few were as genuine.
Other must-watch movies on Netflix in September are:
- The Queen – September 30
- The Pianist – September 30
- Jaws 2
- Letters To Juliet
- Blade Runner: The Final Cut
- Once Upon A Time In America
- Do The Right Thing
Other Netflix Recommended Movies To Watch in September are:
- Midnight Special – September 6
- Boogie Nights – September 30
- Insidious – September 30
- The Austin Powers Trilogy – September 30