5 Movies to watch on Netflix in September

Photo courtesy Marvel Studios, Black Panther via LG PR
Photo courtesy Marvel Studios, Black Panther via LG PR /

It’s that time again! Make room for a new movies coming to Netflix in September.

Netflix’s menu of movies, both joining the streaming service and Netflix Originals, is about to expand. Take a look at everything leaving and coming to Netflix in September here. And, if you’re searching for a shortlist of the best movies for the month, we’ve got you covered, below!

Summer is quickly coming to an end, but lucky for us, Netflix will keep us busy with plenty to watch! From family movies to action dramas, here are the five best movies to keep an eye out for this September.

Black Panther

Do we really need to give you a reason to watch one of the biggest movies of the year on Netflix? Marvel’s Black Panter is a must, and it’s one of the last Disney movies you’ll find on Netflix, watch them while you can! Black Panther is one of the first additions this month, arriving on September 4.

Next Gen

Netflix’s Next Gen will be the animated family movie of September! Next Gen follows Mai in a world where robots are all the rage. Everybody loves them, except for Mai. But when the teenage girl meets robot 7723, they become friends. And when the world is being taken over by robots, it’s up to 7723 and Mai to stop them. Next Gen launches on Netflix September 7.

Nappily Ever After

Violet Jones ( Sanaa Lathan) strives for perfection! She has the perfect job, perfect life, and is mostly proud of her perfect hair. Unfortunately, flawlessness comes to halt after an unpredicted event. This forces Jones to reevaluate her life and realize what truly matters. Nappily Ever After is released on Netflix September 21.

Disney’s A Wrinkle in Time

Based on the classic book, Meg Murry (Storm Reid) is middle school student struggling with self-worth who is desperate to fit in with her peers. While A Wrinkle in Time didn’t do so hot with critics, there are two reasons to watch it — it features an amazing cast, and Disney movies won’t be around for much longer. Don’t miss it September 25!

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Hold the Dark

All movies have been fun and comical, but if you’re searching a little serious drama, wait for Hold the Dark on September 28. Jeffrey Wright portrays Russell Core, a retired naturalist and wolf expert who travels to northern Alaska. He is asked to go there by Medora Slone (Riley Keough), after her son was killed by a pack of wolves. Slone wants to track down the wolves and believes Core is the perfect man for the job. The action escalates when Slone’s husband, Vernon (Alexander Skarsgard) returns from the Iraw War, and he goes on a vengeful rampage after learning about the death of his son.

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What are you most looking forward to watching in September?