Netflix: Movie premieres from September 27 to October 3

‘We were songs’, ‘Guilty’ and ‘Jumanji: Next Level’ stand out among the novelties of this week.


After knowing what new series are coming to Netflix, it’s time to find out which movies the streaming giant releases next week. As usual, the streaming giant brings original titles such as the Spanish romantic comedy We were songs; the documentary Britney vs. Spears; the ‘Guilty thriller’, and the horror film No one will get out of here alive.

The platform’s catalog also receives hit titles such as Jumanji: The Next Level, Sonic: The Movie, Compulsive Scammers and Get Me Out of Paradise, among others.

Then you can check all Movies that premiere on Netflix from September 27 to October 3.

ORIGINAL NETFLIX MOVIES

Britney vs. Spears


One of the novelties that you can find on Netflix next week is the documentary Britney vs. Spears. Directed by Erin Lee Carr, the feature film focuses on the investigation carried out by the filmmaker herself together with the journalist, Jenny Eliscu, on the drama that was hiding behind the singer Britney Spears. Through interviews and confidential tests, they address the artist’s hard path to achieve freedom.

Premiere: September 28

We were songs

María Valverde and Alex González are the protagonists of We were songs, the Netflix romantic comedy directed by Juana Macias. Based on the novel by Elísabet Benavent, the film follows Macarena, a fashion expert who works as an assistant to a well-known influencer. Her life is about to turn upside down, when she discovers that the one who was the love of her life, Leo, is in Madrid. Although she has never managed to forget it, she will do her best not to stumble on the same stone again.

Premiere: September 29th

No one will get out of here alive

Santiago Menghini is the director of No one will get out of here alive, the horror ‘thriller’ that premieres on the platform this week. Starring Cristina Rodlo and Marc Menchaca, the film follows Stephanie, a young woman who decides to move to a new house, which a priori does not offer her much confidence. He soon realizes that he was right, and begins to experience a series of strange events that will turn his life into a nightmare.

Premiere: September 29th

Culpable

Culpable is the title of the film directed by Antoine Fuqua for Netflix. Jake Gyllenhaal plays Joe Bayler, a police officer who works as an emergency operator. Joe does not know that he is about to experience the most intense morning of his entire career, when he receives a call from someone who seems to be in danger. As the day progresses, he begins to suspect that nothing is what it seems and that he may have to face a terrible truth.

Premiere: October 1st

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Forever Rich

Another feature film released by the streaming giant this week is Forever Rich. The plot stars Richie, a rapper whose life changes course when teenagers steal his precious watch. Within hours of going on stage to give the concert that could catapult him to fame, he decides to undertake a frenzied chase to catch the young people and give them what they deserve.

Premiere: October 1st

  • The Seven Deadly Sins: Cursed by Light

Premiere: October 1st

Premiere: September 29th

Premiere: October 1st

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OTHER PREMIERE FILMS

Sonic: The Movie

James Marsden and Jim Carrey are the stars of Sonic: The Movie, one of the novelties that you can find in the platform’s catalog starting next week. The film narrates the great adventure that the famous blue hedgehog lives, from the SEGA video games, on his trip to Earth. With the help of police officer Tom Wachowski, he will try to recover the rings that will return him to his place of origin, before he is caught by the evil Doctor Ivo Robonik.

Premiere: September 30th

Jumanji: Next Level

Another of the movies that you can enjoy on the platform is Jumanji: Next Level, the sequel starring Dwayne Johnson. Players return to the Jumanji jungle, intending to rescue one of their own, who was trapped there. The problem is that upon arrival they discover that their bodies have been swapped, and they must learn to deal with them as they try to achieve their purpose.

Premiere: October 3

Compulsive scammers

The comedy Compulsive scammers It also joins the platform’s catalog this week. Starring Rebel Wilson and Anne Hathaway, the film follows two scammers, with nothing in common, who decide to team up to scam all the millionaires who cross their path.

Premiere: October 1st

Take me out of paradise

Also coming to Netflix this week is the comedy starring Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston, Take me out of paradise. George and Linda are forced to leave their life in Manhattan and move to Atlanta, to the home of George’s brother. During the trip they come across a hippie community that promulgates the free life without strings attached. With nothing to lose, they decide to try what it is like to live without money and without luxuries.

Premiere: October 1st

Premiere: September 27th

Premiere: September 30th

Premiere: September 30th

Premiere: September 30th

Premiere: October 1st

Premiere: October 1st

Premiere: October 1st

Premiere: October 1st

Premiere: October 1st

Premiere: October 1st

Premiere: October 1st

Premiere: October 1st

  • Jarhead 2: Firestorm

Premiere: October 1st

  • The Search: A Long and Painful Road

Premiere: October 1st

Premiere: October 1st

Premiere: October 1st

Premiere: October 1st