A very quiet past week for new movies on Netflix, a large lineup of Netflix’s new TV shows has been added. That’s not to say there’s nothing new to see. Here are some of our favorite new movies on Netflix, included between September 19 and September 26, 2021.
If nothing below your taste, many new titles are coming in the next 7 days, including the movie section Destinaton Wedding, Bad teacher, Forever rich, Spy kids, Inside the Devil And Titanic.
If you need some more Netflix hints and Love Period drama series, we have published our favorites on Monday.
As always, we’re going to pick 5 new movies that you can now watch on Netflix. In most cases, these movies are available worldwide but beware that they vary from region to region.
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The Starling (2021)
Style: Comedy, Drama
Director: Theodore Melphy
Cast: Melissa McCarthy, Scott MacArthur, Timothy Oliphant
Runtime: 102 min
Despite much focus on Midnight Mass this week, Melissa McCarthy’s big new movie fell on Netflix, which was bought back in April 2020 for $ 20 million.
At least the movie was controversial. It has different views from one of Netflix’s best films to one of Netflix’s worst.
The Chicago Tribune’s review suggests that this is the kind of film that should come to services such as Netflix, which is financially impossible in a traditional theatrical setting. Overall it means that only McCarthy is worth tuning in to their review.
My Little Pony: New Generation (2021)
Style: Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Director: Robert Cullen, Jose Louis Ucha, Mark Fattybean
Cast: James Marsden, Vanessa Hudgens, Jane Krakowski
Netflix acquired the rights to several animated feature films throughout 2021, skipping the theatrical releases and perhaps the last one being the newest My Little Pony feature film called New Generation.
A new image has emerged in the expanding universe following a young Earth pony named Sunny who is on an adventure with Unicorn in the hope of saving Equestria and returning to normalcy.
The film is especially suited for kids and franchise fans, especially from Vanessa Hudgens with excellent animation and great performances. A new generation currently ranks 7.5 out of 10 on IMDb.
Director: Adam Salkey
Cast: Logan Marshall-Green, Frieda Pinto, Robert John Burke
Runtime: 92 min
A movie we imagined would be bigger than word of mouth than it has ever been Infiltration, One of the many movies coming out as part of Netflix’s Halloween 2021 lineup.
We follow the couple’s dream of becoming the home of the deadly home invasion and the aftermath but things are far from over.
Frieda performed particularly impressively throughout Pinto, but many reviews stated that the film could serve better.
Grown Ups (2010)
Director: Dennis Dugan
Cast: Adam Chandler, Salma Hayek, Kevin James
Author: Adam Sandler, Fred Wolf
Runtime: 102 min
Since you have no doubt at this point in the proceedings we were not really kidding when we were told it was a quiet week for new movies but we should make progress!
The Sony film, led by Adam Sandler and his familiar gang, was added earlier this week Increased ups. It does nothing to change your mind about Chandler humor if you already don’t like it but it is still a personal favorite of mine.
The first movie can be seen endlessly when compared to the car accident that is the sequel.
Dark sky (2013)
Style: Horror, science fiction, thriller
Director: Scott Stewart
Cast: Carey Russell, Jake Brennan, Josh Hamilton
Runtime: 97 min
As we go into a terrible season, we want to cap this week with the return to Netflix in the form of Dark Skies. The film hit Netflix last Sunday.
Haven’t checked out Paranormal Horror since it was released almost a decade ago? Here is what you can expect:
“The beautiful suburban life of a family is shattered when an alien force invades their home, and they struggle to convince others of a deadly threat.”
As with all horrors, reviews at the time of release were mixed, with 41% today on Rotentomatos and 50 on Metacritic.
Go there. One of the worst roundup of the “best” new movies on Netflix we’ve done in a while. Did you like anything this week? Let us know in the comments.