There are a lot of movies to choose from on Netflix these days – but honestly, they aren’t all great. So we have highlighted the ones worth your time.
In September, a handful of old and new titles alike will keep you entertained. Those include Disney’s hugely successful release from earlier this year, “Black Panther,” as well as classics “The Breakfast Club,” “Scarface,” and “Groundhog Day.”
And then there’s “The Hurricane Heist,” which why the heck would you not watch?
- “Black Panther” (Available September 4). Now you can watch as many times as you like to decide once and for all whether Killmonger was right.
- “The Breakfast Club” (September 1). John Hughes’ iconic high-school drama will never not be cool.
- “Groundhog Day” (September 1). Bill Murray repeats the same day. Kind of like your workweek … but (probably) with more groundhogs.
- “The Hurricane Heist” (September 26). I mean, a heist movie set when a hurricane is about to hit – you’re not going to see this movie?
- “The River Wild” (September 1). Nothing beats evil Kevin Bacon, but throw him up against Meryl Streep and you have the perfect thriller.
- “Scarface” (1983) (September 1). Al Pacino in one of his most legendary roles and Brian De Palma directing a visual masterpiece.
- “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” (September 16).Fall in love with Michael Cera all over again in Edgar Wright’s geeky hit.
- “Unforgiven” (September 1). Yes, an Oscar-winning Clint Eastwood Western, but it’s also the latest reminder that Gene Hackman hasn’t starred in a movie in 14 years.
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