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12 best movies coming to Netflix in September that are worth your time

12 Best Movies coming to Netflix India in September that are worth your Time

With the pandemic damaging the movie-going experience of the audience, streaming services have gained a lot of popularity among movie-goers. Streaming services offer content like movies, limited series, and TV shows. Although avid movie bugs don’t prefer watching movies at home, they got no choice.

Many movies that were supposed to release in the theatres are currently streaming on OTT platforms for the audience. Recently Project Power was released on Netflix, which has proven to be one of the best movies coming to Netflix India.

Apple TV took hold of Tom Hank’s world war drama “Greyhound” and the Hollywood remake of “Fault in our Stars”, “Dil Bechara was supposed to release in theatres, but due to the pandemic, the filmmakers had to settle for Disnyer plus. Many production houses and studios have chosen not to postpone the release date of their movies and instead release them on an OTT platform. 

Unlike other movies, filmmakers of Black Widow, No Time to Die, and Tenet have chosen to push the release date than releasing it on an OTT platform considering the huge budget that went into the making of the movies. Nonetheless, this year has been brilliant for streaming services. The streaming services war has only become more intense with the number of films being released on these famous apps. 

Netflix is easily the most popular streaming service present in the current market. The following are the best movies coming to Netflix this September:

 

12 Best Movies coming to Netflix India in September that are worth your Time

 

1. Back to the Future trilogy

(Available on September 1)

 

Back to the Future movies are heaven to any movie bug that ever existed. The movies have gained popularity due to the usage of the concept of time travel. The duo of Marty McFly and Doc Brown is back on Netflix. All three movies of the trilogy will be available on Netflix from September 1.

Director: Robert Zemeckis

Cast: Michael J. Fox, Christopher Llyod, Lea Thompson

IMDb rating: 8.5/10

Genre: Sci-fi/Adventure

 

 

2. Adrift

(Available on September 1)

 

The movie is based on a true story about a couple who are lost in the middle of the pacific ocean during a hurricane. With a damaged boat and no radio, they must find a way to survive. Shailene’s and Sam’s on-screen chemistry makes the watch worth it. The gripping scenes and Shailene’s performance, Adrift is definitely one of the best movies coming to Netflix.

Director: Baltasar Kormakur

Cast: Shailene Woodley, Sam Clafin

IMDb rating: 6.6/10

Genre: Romance/Adventure

 

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3. Anaconda

(Available on September 1)

 

This 90s B-movie has become one of the famous cult classics of the film industry. The movie is about a documentary crew who are lost in the Amazonian river in search of a tribe.

Director: Luis Llosa

Cast: Jennifer Lopez, Ice cube, Owen Wilson

IMDb rating: 4.8/10

Genre: Horror/Thriller

 

 

4. Magic Mike

(Available on September 1)

 

Magic Mike is loosely based on the stories and experiences of Channing Tatum who worked as a stripper in Florida when he was 18-years-old.

Director: Steven Soderbergh

Cast:  Channing Tatum, Joe Manganiello, Matthew McConaughey

IMDb rating: 6.1/10

Genre: Comedy/Drama

 

 

5. Pineapple Express

(Available on September 1)

 

After Dale witnesses a murder, he and his drug dealer run for their lives with a police officer and a hitman chasing them. Having Seth and James on the same screen is a laughter fest itself. Pineapple Express is no doubt one of the best movies coming to Netflix.

Director: David Gordon Green

Cast: Seth Rogen, James Franco, Amber Heard

IMDb rating: 6.9/10

Genre: Comedy/Action

 

 

6. Wildlife

 

Paul Dano makes a directorial debut with this film. The movie follows a family in the 1960s as they struggle in their life and slowly fall out of love.

Director: Paul Dano

Cast: Jake Gyllenhaal, Carey Mulligan

IMDb rating: 6.8/10

Genre: Drama 

 

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7. Barbershop

(Available on September 1)

 

Calvin Parmer Jr (Ice Cube) struggles in running his father’s barbershop and eventually finds out the true significance lies in the stories and jokes the employee’s tell.

Director: Tim Story

Cast: Ice Cube, Michael Ealy, Troy Garity

IMDb rating: 6.3/10

Genre: Comedy/Drama

 

 

8. Glory

(Available on September 1)

 

Glory is an American war drama that mainly focuses on black soldiers. Everything about the movie feels perfect, with Denzel Washington winning an Oscar for his performance.

Director: Edward Zwick

Cast: Denzel Washinton, Morgan Freeman, Matthew Broderick

IMDb rating: 7.8/10

Genre: War/Drama

 

 

9. Not Another Teen Movie

(Available on September 1)

 

The movie is a literal spoof of all the teen movies of the 90s. Chris Evans plays a high school jock in the movie who wasn’t so famous back in the early 2000s.

Director: Joel Gallen

Cast: Chris Evans, Chyler Leigh, Jaime Presley

IMDb rating: 5.7/10

Genre: Comedy/Teen

 

 

10. How to Train Your Dragon 2

(Available on September 1)

 

The sequel follows the story of Hiccup and Toothless finding Drago, the dragon trapper who wants to capture all dragons to show his dominance. Will Hiccup defeat the evil who’s abusing the dragons? You have to watch it to know it.

Director: Dean DeBlois

Cast: Jay Baruchel, Kit Harrington, Gerard Butler

IMDb rating: 7.8/10

Genre: Animation/Family

 

 

11. The Devil All the Time

(Available on September 16)

 

The movie has a star-studded cast ranging from Robert Pattinson to Tom Holland. The Devil All the Time follows a young man after World War II who is trying to protect his loved ones from a town full of corruption and nefarious characters.

Director: Antonio Campos

Cast: Robert Pattinson, Tom Holland, Sebastian Stan, Bill Skarsgard,

IMDb rating: Not yet rated

Genre: Thriller, Drama

 

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12. Bad Teacher

(Available on September 27)

 

In this comedy-romance, Cameron Diaz plays a teacher who is in need of breast implants after losing her sugar daddy. Elizabeth is a lazy teacher who comes drunk to the class, curses at students, and even falls asleep in the class.

Director: Jake Kasdan

Cast: Cameron Diaz, Justin Timberlake, Lucy Punch, Jason Segel

IMDb rating: 5.6/10

Genre: Comedy/Romance

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