The Best Movies To Watch On Netflix In September 2020

The new movies on Netflix:

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Premise: In this psychological drama written and directed by Charlie Kaufman, a woman goes on a road trip with her boyfriend to meet his parents at their farmhouse. She’s debating ending the relationship, which is only a few weeks old. The trip devolves into mysterious oddities that appear to be horrific manifestations of her anxiety.

The movie is loosely based on a 2016 novel of the same name by Iain Reid.

Netflix descriptors: “Cerebral” and “dark”

The opening shot in “I’m Thinking of Ending Things.”

How it starts: The camera pans down over a sickeningly orange and green floral wallpaper. The film has a 4:3 aspect ratio, leaving much black blank space on either side of the scenes to create a deep frame.

The camera pivots to another floral wallpaper as the main character narrates the title in a near whisper, “I’m thinking of ending things.”

Notable cast: Jessie Buckley, Toni Collette, Jesse Plemons and David Thewlis

Runtime: 2 hours, 14 minutes

Bonus: Netflix created a YouTube channel called “Netflix Film Club” that mimics those film nerd channels that dissect director choices. The channel released a roughly seven-minute primer on Kaufman’s movies.

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That ought to be your first clue that, like Adaptation before it, I’m Thinking of Ending Things will make something wholly original and unique from the book it’s based on.nnI’m Thinking Of Ending Things | 0:00nA tale of two Jess(i)es | 2:18nParental guidance | 4:03nBeing Charlie Kaufman | 5:57nnSubscribe: https://bit.ly/36dnr0knnFind Netflix Film Club on:n➡️INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/netflixfilmn➡️TWITTER: https://twitter.com/NetflixFilmnnAbout Netflix:nNetflix is the world’s leading streaming entertainment service with 193 million paid memberships in over 190 countries enjoying TV series, documentaries and feature films across a wide variety of genres and languages. Members can watch as much as they want, anytime, anywhere, on any internet-connected screen. 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Premise: In this stoner action comedy written by Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen, a stoner happens to see a drug kingpin and crooked cop kill someone. The kingpin sends his henchman after the stoner and his small-time dealer. Together, the two try to escape the multi-day pursuit with their lives.

Setting: Los Angeles in the late 2000s

Netflix descriptors: “Forceful,” “goofy” and “exciting”

The opening shot of "Pineapple Express."

The opening shot of “Pineapple Express.”

How it starts: In a black and white shot backed by ominous orchestra music, a car drives over a remote field as text explains this is 1937 in “The United States of America.”

Two men who look like government officials get out of the car and head to a pile of rocks. One of the men lifts the “rocks” as the pile was actually a door to an underground tunnel. They climb in.

Notable cast: Gary Cole, Amber Heard, James Franco, Danny McBride, Rosie Perez, Craig Robinson and Seth Rogen

Runtime: 1 hour, 51 minutes

Bonus: Franco and Rogen reprised their characters for a skit at the 2008 Oscars. The two actors watched clips from movies that year while playing their stoned roles.

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All the movies that have joined Netflix this month so far

  • “Adrift”
  • “Anaconda”
  • “Back to the Future”
  • “Back to the Future Part II”
  • “Back to the Future Part III”
  • “Barbershop”
  • “Barbie Princess Adventure”
  • “Children of the Sea”
  • “Coneheads”
  • “Glory”
  • “Grease”
  • “La Partita / The Match” (Netflix Film)
  • “Magic Mike”
  • “The Muppets”
  • “Muppets Most Wanted”
  • “Not Another Teen Movie”
  • “Pineapple Express”
  • “Possession”
  • “The Producers” (2005)
  • “Puss in Boots”
  • “Red Dragon”
  • “Residue”
  • “Sex Drive”
  • “The Smurfs”
  • “Wildlife”
  • “Zathura”
  • “Freaks – You’re One of Us” (Netflix Film)
  • “Love, Guaranteed” (Netflix Film)
  • “I’m Thinking of Ending Things” (Netflix Film)
  • “The Lost Okoroshi”

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