What movies will be on Netflix in September? “Blonde” arrives in Romania

Surely each of the nine has a subscription to one of the broadcasting networks that broadcasts movies and series. Here are the movies coming to Netflix in September and the titles you shouldn’t miss.

Exciting new movies will be available on Netflix in September


“The Blonde” is one of the most anticipated films of the year – and one of the most controversial. Based on the novel by Joyce Carol Oates, it is an extended biographical film by Marilyn Monroe (Ana de Armas), but mixes fact and fiction. , has enough sexual content to earn an NC-17 rating in the United States.

Some commentators accused the film of being exploitative, but its director, Andrew Dominic, offered no apologies. “It’s a demanding movie – it’s what it is, it says what it says”Ben Dalton of ScreenDaily said. “And if the audience doesn’t like it, that’s the audience’s problem. «blonde» It’s the best movie in the world right now. It’s a masterpiece.”

The movie will be available on Neflix starting September 28.

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do not worry my love

Harry Styles and Florence B play Alice and Jack, a couple living a seemingly perfect life in 1950s America: They’re young, beautiful and happily married, Jack has a well-paid job, Alice is friendly with neighbours: Desperate Housewives I live in a California desert town designed to be A virtuous city. But of course, there is something very wrong – and Jack’s boss (Chris Pine) may be behind the whole plot.

Olivia Wilde’s second film, Don’t Worry Darling, is a psychological thriller with disturbing echoes of The Stepford Wives, The Truman Show and The Matrix.

Available on Netflix as of September 23,

two brothers

Amazingly, this is the first major Hollywood romantic comedy to feature an almost entirely LGBTQ+ main cast. Unrelated to the British pop group, it was co-written by co-star Billy Eichner (Billy on the Street) and director Nicholas Stoller (Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Five Year Engagement).

Eichner plays a neurotic New Yorker who feels happy in his single case until he meets an honest lawyer who gets upset with him and completely changes his outlook on life.

The film will be shown on September 30 in the USA and Canada and on October 28 in Great Britain, where it will also be available in our country.

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woman king

From Ben-Hur and Spartacus to Braveheart and the 300, we’re used to seeing historical epics about hard-working white men fighting for freedom. What about films that focus on the lives of women in the foreground?

I haven’t really seen that much. Now, finally, we have The Woman King, directed by Jenna Prince-Bethwood. Athletic-colored Viola Davis plays Nanska, a general who trains an all-female warrior squad.

It was released on September 16 in the United States and Canada and on October 4 in the United Kingdom. It will also be available in Romania on October 4.

Daydream Monaj

Moonage Daydream is no ordinary rock documentary – but David Bowie was also no ordinary rock star. Director and writer Brett Morgan doesn’t attempt to categorize every bit of his subject’s controversial career. Instead, it focuses on Bowie’s personal and philosophical development – especially his determination to keep learning, experimenting, and making the most of each day.

The result is a delightful, engaging 140-minute selfie that leaves you in awe of Bowie not only as a musician, actor, and style icon, but also as a human being.

The film will be released internationally on September 16.

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