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Netflix September Movies

This September Netflix adds to its titles a new original production starring Melissa McCarthy, the attractive action film Kate, and How much is life worth?, the interesting biopic starring and producing the actor Michael Keaton. On the other hand, the platform’s offer is expanded with a teenage comedy with a supernatural twist and two very different horror films.

Beyond the party (now available)

Beyond the party

The young Victoria Justice stars in this comedy with supernatural elements, and she does so accompanied by Midori Francis, who co-starred last year in the charming platform series, Dash & Lily. On Beyond the party, Justice plays Cassie, a teenager whose life consists of constant celebrations, which ends up becoming her Achilles heel when, on one of those untimely outings on the week of her birthday, she loses her life in an accident. However, and to his surprise, he is granted a second chance: to solve any conflict he has generated with his environment “to obtain his wings in the afterlife.” In this way, Cassie will forge a stronger bond with the people she loves and learn a series of lessons in this Stephen Herek production scripted by Carrie Freedle.

How much is life worth? (Now available)

How much is life worth?

Starring and produced by Michael Keaton, How much is life worth? It shows the machinery behind the September 11 attacks in the United States, when a lawyer must determine the monetary value of the lives that were lost in the attack. In this biopic directed by Sala Colangelo, Keaton plays Kenneth Feinberg, the lawyer who was appointed as a judicial expert for the Victims Compensation Fund of the tragic event. Feinberg’s task was to assign financial compensation to the victims of the terrorist attack, in addition to determining the losses suffered by the families. Through his work, the film explores topics such as cynicism and bureaucracy that collide with the pain of those who fired their loved ones. Keaton is joined in the cast by Stanley Tucci, Amy Ryan, and Tate Donovan.

Kate (September 10)


Mary Elizabeth Winstead once again demonstrates her versatility with this action feature film that, with the first preview, promises to be incessant, with a narrative that works against the clock. The actress plays the Kate of the title, a hit man who was poisoned in Tokyo at the exact moment she was about to fulfill her last mission. Far from remaining with her arms crossed, the protagonist will return to the ring and, within a day, must find the people responsible for the event. The objective? Carry out the most ruthless revenge before the poison that runs through his veins ends his life. “Kate discovers that she has 24 hours to live before the poison kills her, so she embarks on a mission to find out who poisoned her and to kill them before she dies. Along the way, he forges a bond with teenage Ani [Miku Martineau] and they end up assuming the mission together. It is a brutal and sincere story of murderers, “Winstead told Entertainment Weekly about the Oscar Cedric Nicolas-Troyan film. Woody Harrelson, Michiel Huisman, and Tadanobu Asano are also in the game.

Tales at Nightfall (September 15)

Tales at nightfall

David Yarovesky’s fantasy adventure film written by Mikki Daughtry and Tobias Iaconis focuses on little Alex (Winslow Fegley), a boy with a great imagination when it comes to conceiving suspense stories, which he stops writing when he starts to suffer episodes of bullying by those who consider it “strange”. His outlook changes when he is suddenly visited by an unscrupulous witch (played by Krysten Ritter), who forces him to keep writing terrifying tales every night. If he does not fulfill that assigned mission, the witch will not let him leave the house where he is a prisoner alive. Likewise, Alex meets Yasmin (Lidya Jewett) there, another victim of the witch who will help him in the process of writing those everyday stories that could lead them both to absolute freedom. Tales at Nightfall is based on JA White’s Nightbooks, and is produced by a seasoned horror filmmaker: the great Sam Raimi.

The Starling (September 24)

The Starling

Melissa McCarthy returns to Netflix with another original production of the platform after the action film, Thunder Force. In this case, we are looking at a feature film where the Oscar-nominated double shows her talent for drama. The actress plays Lilly, a woman who deals with a family tragedy with great difficulty, as does her ex-husband Jack (Chris O’Dowd), who succumbed to depression after a painful loss. One day, unexpectedly, a starling enters Lilly’s house, taking over her garden, just as the woman was dedicating herself to life in nature so as not to surrender to the darkest thoughts. However, the bird does not give her respite and attacks her constantly, so Lilly must take him to a veterinarian (Larry, personified by Kevin Kline), who will not only help her with the bird’s problem but also with her grief, since he himself has experienced a similar personal situation. The Theodore Melfi-directed comedy-drama also stars Timothy Olyphant, Daveed Diggs and Laura Harrier.

Nobody gets out alive (September 29)

Nobody gets out alive

“A story about a haunted house, a harsh tale of immigrant life, and a world where folklore can become terrifyingly real and terrifying.” With these data, Netflix advances part of the premise of Nobody gets out alive, the horror film whose script twists are completely preserved, so there is not much data on the production of Santiago Menghini starring the Mexican Cristina Rodlo. The actress puts herself in the shoes of Ambar, an immigrant who travels to the United States to achieve greater stability and decides to rent a room in a boarding house in Cleveland. As the days go by, the woman will notice that various abnormal situations begin to arise there that will eventually lead her to experience a real nightmare firsthand, in addition to the fact that “disturbing visions” will shake her stability completely. Marc Menchaca, Victoria Alcock, and Joana Borja complete the cast.

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movie premieres in September 2021