As it is around the middle of September and we are entering fall mode as temperatures start to drop, some people may want to start finding more things to look at. Whether you’re starting to settle into your routine or looking for other things to do here on Oswego, here are some popular titles available on Netflix in September.
Already streaming from September 1 is “Love in the Villa”, a 2022 Netflix original film about a young woman who takes a trip to romantic Verona, Italy, after a breakup, only to discover that the villa she had booked was double. . She then realizes that she, unfortunately, will have to share her vacation with a British cynic. You can probably foreshadow what could happen from there. This film stars Tom Hopper (“The Umbrella Academy”) and Kat Graham (“The Vampire Diaries”). Viewers might like it due to its comedic anecdotes and welcoming atmosphere.
From the beginning of the month also streaming “Rock of Ages”, a full-length musical comedy produced in 2012. “Rock of Ages” will take you back in the time of 80s rock bands playing guitar solos with ego and showing off even bigger hair. This Tony Award-nominated Broadway musical features greatest hits from Night Ranger (“Sister Christian”), REO Speedwagon (“Can’t Fight This Feeling”), Pat Benatar (“Hit Me With Your Best Shot”), Twisted Sister (“We won’t make it”) and more.
If you are looking for a classic fairytale remake, “Snow White and the Huntsman” is the perfect option for you. This update on the original story sees a young Snow White (Kristen Stewart, “Spencer”) battling the Evil Queen (Charlize Theron, “F9”) with skills she learned from the Hunter (Chris Hemsworth, “Spiderhead”) sent to kill her. .
A personal recommendation not to be missed is “The Bridges of Madison County”. Clint Eastwood (“Cry Macho”) stars and directs this romantic film about a photographer wandering through the life of Francesca Johnson (Meryl Streep, “Don’t Look Up”). Another is “The Notebook” which is a regular addition to Netflix. The romantic film is based on the Nicholas Sparks novel (“Dear John”). In 1940s South Carolina, worker Noah Calhoun (Ryan Gosling, “The Gray Man”) and rich girl Allie (Rachel McAdams, “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness”) are desperately in love, but his parents do not approve. When Noah goes to serve in World War II, it seems to mark the end of their romance. Meanwhile, Allie becomes involved with another man (James Marsden, “Sonic the Hedgehog 2”). When Noah returns to their small town years later, at the height of Allie’s marriage, it soon becomes clear that their romance is far from over.
A show that will keep you on your toes, Netflix’s original series, “Cobra Kai” released its fifth season on September 9, continuing the story of Daniel (Ralph Macchio, “The Outsiders”) and Johnny (William Zabka, “Hot Tub Time Machine “) 30 years after” The Karate Kid. “Fans have been delighted with the exciting rise in action the new season has offered since its September 9th release.
For those looking for a detective thriller, “End of the Road” is a Netflix Original film starring Queen Latifah (“The Equalizer”). This film is about a journey across the country that becomes a highway to hell for Brenda, her two children and her brother Reggie (Ludacris, “Crash”). After witnessing a murder, the family finds themselves in the crosshairs of a murderer. Now alone in the desert, Brenda fights to keep her family alive.
“Do Revenge” is another new Netflix Original film, starring Maya Hawke (“Stranger Things”) and Camila Mendes (“Riverdale”). Two cohorts of high school students, Drea and Eleanor, have their lives turned upside down and are rejected from their high school. After a topless video of herself initially intended only for her boyfriend Max (Austin Abrams, “Euphoria”) leaked, Drea is ashamed. Eleanor becomes an outcast when rumors about her holding another person at bay and trying to kiss her begin to spread. Drea and Eleanor form a friendship and agree to chase each other. This subverted Hitchcockian dark comedy features the scariest leads of all: teenage girls.
If you can’t wait to remember your childhood, the Netflix Original “Pokémon: The Arceus Chronicles” movie has just been announced. A visit to the Sinnoh region turns into a high-risk adventure when Ash (Sarah Natochenny, “Seal Team”), Pikachu (Ikue Otani, “One Piece Film: Red”), Goh (Zeno Robinson, “Cars on the Road “) and Dawn (Emily Bauer,” Tribe Nine “) find themselves helping a powerful Pokémon face an impending threat. The special will premiere in front of a live audience at the 2022 Pokémon World Championships in London, and then will be available to stream on Netflix on September 23.
Finally, to wrap up the September list of Netflix recommendations is the new Netflix original movie, “Blonde”. From her unstable childhood as Norma Jeane to her rise to stardom and romantic ties, this film blurs the lines between reality and fiction to explore the widening divide between Marilyn Monroe’s public and private self (Ana de Armas, “Knives Out “). Directed by Andrew Dominik (“This much I know to be true”), this is sure to be a Monroe film for centuries. It will be released on September 28th.
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