Summer is over and kids are back in school but there is still plenty to enjoy in September in the cinema and on Netflix.
There are some really good classics hitting Netflix this month. Some of these include Pulp Fiction, Gangs of New York, and all of the Jaws movies. Also appearing on Netflix this month is the critically acclaimed live action movie Beauty and the Beast. Check out my favorites for September below.
1st September – Una
A woman tracks down an older man whom she ran away with 15 years before and was convicted for abduction as a result. Starring Rooney Mara and Ben Mendelsohn, this is getting great reviews and has a rating of 88% on Rotten Tomatoes
8th September – Wind River
This thriller follows a FBI agent who teams up with a local game tracker to investigate the murder of a local girl on Native American Reservation. Starring Elizabeth Olsen and Jeremy Renner.
15th September – Victoria, and Abdul
Starring the brilliant Judy Dench, this movie is about Queen Victoria and her friendship with Indian clerk named Abdul Karim.
22nd September – Maze
Based on true events of the biggest prison escape in Europe since World War II. In 1983, 38 IRA prisoners escaped from prison starring Tom Vaughan-Lawlor, Niamh McGrady, Elva Trill and Martin McCann
29th September – Goodbye Christopher Robin
Based on the life of A.A. Milne the author of Winne the Pooh and his son Christopher Robin whom he named a character after in the books. Starring Margot Robbie, Kelly Macdonald, Domhnall Gleeson and Phoebe Waller-Bridge.
1st September – Narcos (Season 3)
Narcos is back with the 3rd season on Netflix. As a lot of our favourite characters disappeared in the last season this season is going to focus on the power plays amongst the drug cartel families in Columbia.
8th September – BoJack Horseman (Season 4)
Regarded as the bleakest sitcom ever made, BoJack is back with the fourth season and things seem as difficult as ever. Wheather you love or hate this taking horse, you are bound to have a few laughs
15th September – Strong Island
This Netflix original documentary is based on the filmmaker’s brother. William, who was murdered in 1992. This film explores the racially motivated crime and how it was acquitted during the trial. It also looks at how this has impacted on his family. this film is definitely one to watch this month.
15th September – American Vandel
This satire tv show has emerged due to rising popularity of true crime documentaries. This 7 part series pokes fun at the likes of Making a murder. This who-done-it comedy is about a high school student who gets expelled for drawing penises on cars. This will either be absolutely hilarious or completely ridiculous. I cannot tell but it may be worth watching for fun.
22nd September – Jack Whitehall: travels with my father
Every comedian these days seems to be scrambling to go on holidays with their parents and make a documentary about it. Jack Whitehall seems to be no different. Follow along in his adventures with his dad as they explore Vietnam, Thailand, and Cambodia.
28th September – Designated Survivor (Season 2)
This a brilliant TV show starring Kiefer Sutherland. An unwilling President of the United States tries to uncover the organisation trying to bring down the government while also running the country. If you did not see season one yet, go watch it now before season two on Netflix.
29th September – Our Souls at Night
A Netflix Original romantic drama about a widow and widower. Starring Robert Redford and Jane Fonda. This movie got great reviews at the Venice Film Festival and was subsequently picked up by Netflix as a result.