It’s time for a review of the best new movies that have graced Netflix for the past 7 days. While this is not the busiest week for new movies, there are still a few to note. As always, the Netflix originals listed below are worldwide, but availability may vary in other titles. Netflix US owns all of these movies.
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5 Best New Movies Included on Netflix (September 12 to September 19)
Style: Adventure, thriller
Director: Steven Spielberg
Cast: Roy Schieder, Robert Shaw, Richard Dreyfus
Author: Peter Benchley, Carl Gottlieb
Runtime: 124 min
If you’ll been thinking, you ‘ve been on Netflix a lot before. Its last tenure on Netflix came back in 2019, but will also appear in 2017 and 2016.
That being said, the movie is definitely a must see if you haven’t seen it yet and are a fan of the whole movie. The sensational film is about a white shark scaring the people of Amity Island.
Each of the Netflix sequels has also received, let it be fair, they do not fit the name they take.
Training day (2001)
Style: Crime, drama, thriller
Director: Antoine Fuqua
Cast: Denzel Washington, Ethan Hawke, Scott Glenn
Author: David yesterday
Runtime: 122 min
Sticking with films that have previously appeared on Netflix, but are definitely worthy of review, we will go over one of the two Denzel Washington movies added to Netflix this week.
We are referring to the major training day at the HBO Max Library so far (HBO Max also got a new trailer specifically to promote its residence).
While Ethan Hawke is playing cops along with Washington, a man is in the process of unloading large narcotics rings.
Style: Documentary, Biography, Sport
Director: Hans-Bruno Commerton, Vanessa Knocker, Michael Wech
Cast: Michael Schumacher, Jean Todd, Sebastian Vettel
Author: Hans-Bruno Commerton, Vanessa Knocker, Michael Wech
Runtime: 112 min
Every week we embed a documentary and this week’s clear winner is Schumacher, a documentary of an F1 driver who retired from public life after his accident in 2013.
Michael Schumacher is one of the most successful Formula 1 drivers in history and this deep dive will take you to the beginning of his career with his wife, children, colleagues and more testimonials.
Level 16 (2018)
Style: Drama, Science fiction, Thriller
Director: Danish Esther Haji
Cast: Katie Douglas, Selena Martin, Sarah Canning
Author: Danishka Estherhazi, Catherine Montagu, Ken Chub
Runtime: 102 min
Unfortunately, there aren’t enough new movies to include this week 5 so we’re going to cheat by rewinding the clock to September 1st to highlight what was missing in our highlights that weekend.
Our pick is a sci-fi thriller about teenage girls attending Vestalis Academy, which trains girls to be perfect, but the conspiracy is going on.
The film did not receive great critical acclaim but since its release on Netflix and for those who love new movies, it was added a few years ago.
The father who moves the mountains (2021)
Style: Drama, thriller
Director: Daniel Lane
Cast: Adrian Titiani, Elena Puria, Judith State
Author: Daniel Lane
Runtime: 108 min
Two foreign Netflix original films were added to Netflix on Friday, both of which received the highest scores from viewers, but since we are showing only one, we are going to select the Romanian film The father who moves the mountains.
The movie, it goes on too Is Dad dumb? Mountains, Touring film festivals around the world throughout the summer.
Here is what you can expect:
“When his son goes missing on a snowy trek in the mountains, a retired intelligence officer does nothing to stop him – and puts everything at risk.”
What movies do you watch on Netflix? Let us know in the comments.