We did a piece telling you about the best movies coming on Netflix this September. Here is a list of 10 must-watch movies you should stream before they leave the platform in September. Let us help you avoid any regrets.
Leaving very soon on September 7, the 2016 sci-fi thriller is about an 8-year-old boy, Alton, who possesses supernatural powers. Watch the chase taken up by the government and a fringe religious group to get hold of the boy. His father takes him on the run to protect him. Midnight Special is a very modern-day science fiction film with a praise-worthy plot and acting.
Written and directed by Jeff Nichols.
For the fans of animated films, Turbo is a classic family watch. The struggles of the tiny snail, Turbo, and his journey to becoming the revved-up Turbo are inspiring and whimsical. Ryan Reynolds is the voice behind our speed-obsessed protagonist. Stream Turbo before September 11. This one is perfect for your Sunday’s family time.
Directed by David Soren.
Austin Powers is a trilogy of American spy action-comedy films. The three films are – Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, and Austin Powers in Goldmember. All of these will exit Netflix on September 30. Originally released between 1997 and 2002, the series is full of laughable absurdities of the British Spy, Austin Powers, and his adventures.
Directed by Jay Roach.
The horror film, leaving on September 30, is the first in a series of 4 movies. The dark supernatural thriller, Insidious, follows a family that moves to a new house where their son falls into a coma. Following this, a series of frightening events begin to reveal far more sinister things about the haunted house.
Directed by James Wan.
No Strings Attached
Can a relationship be kept only physical, devoid of romance and feelings? This is what the 2011 film is all about. Emma (Natalie Portman) and Adam (Ashton Kutcher) take their friendship to the next level by deciding to have sex with no emotional complications. It is indeed a must-watch for Rom-com lovers. No Strings Attached will be detached from Netflix on September 30.
Directed by Ivan Reitman.
Critically acclaimed and rated 8.5 on IMDb, The Pianist is a biographical war-drama film based on Władysław Szpilman’s struggles to survive the onslaught of Nazi tyranny during the second world war. It is an adaptation of the autobiography “The Pianist: The Extraordinary True Story of One Man’s Survival in Warsaw, 1939-1945” by the Famed Polish pianist Władysław Szpilman. It won three academy awards – Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, and Best Actor (Adrien Brody)! Aren’t these enough facts to make you watch it before it is gone from Netflix on September 30?
Directed by Roman Polanski.
The Queen is a 2006 biographical drama film based on the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, in a 1997 car accident. You should watch it to go through the pride and complications of Buckingham Palace and how a PR disaster was taken care of by Tony Blair requesting Queen Elizabeth II (Helen Mirren) to confront the public. It is a must-watch for The Crown’s fans. Leaving on September 30.
Directed by Stephen Frears.
The Star Trek movie along with the Star Trek: Enterprise: Seasons 1-4, Star Trek: Seasons 1-3, and Star Trek: Voyager: Seasons 1-7 will not be available on Netflix after September 30. Star Trek is a 2009 American science fiction film, which is also a reboot. It has the main characters from the original tv series played by a new cast. But this film takes place in an alternate reality to the previous films and TV series.
Directed by J. J. Abrams.
The 1997 American indie film has an attractive 7.9 rating on IMDb. This comedy-drama film is about what goes on in the pornography industry. The booming business allures a hot young boy to do porn films. Find out what a perfectionist porn producer does when he aims to transform his craft to art before Boogie Nights leaves Netflix on September 30.
Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson.
Kung Fu Panda
The DreamWorks Animation franchise comprises three films – Kung Fu Panda (2008), Kung Fu Panda 2 (2011), and Kung Fu Panda 3 (2016). However, the third part is not available on American Netflix. The series follows the life of Po, a lazy, clumsy panda who becomes a Kung Fu legend. From kids to adults, Po has been a relatable character to everyone fighting the demons outside and within. The funny side of this is hilarious to watch. Stream both the films before they get off on September 30.
Directed by Mark Osborne, John Stevenson, and Jennifer Yuh Nelson.
Now there you go, assured of not missing out on the best before it’s too late.