Netflix And Chill With These New Original Netflix Movies Out This Month [VIDEO]
New month, new goals, NEW Netflix and chill movies! We can thank the folks over at Netflix for these original movies you’ll fall in love with this month.
By bonneville on September 12, 2018
New month, new goals, NEW Netflix and chill movies! We can thank the folks over at Netflix for these original movies you’ll fall in love with this month. Here are 5 new original movies worth staying home and making it a double feature to Netflix and chill this month!
Sierra Burgess Is a Loser (Vicki fave)
You’ve seen her in Stranger Things as Barb, now Shannon Purser stars as Sierra Burgess, an unpopular high schooler who starts exchanging texts with a guy she finds herself falling for, except that he thinks she is the most popular girl in school when she’s really the complete opposite now showing on Netflix.
Get the snacks ready and make it a family night in to watch Nex Gen! This Netflix original movie features the voices of John Krasinski, Charlyne Yi, and Jason Sudeikis. This animated action film will melt your heart about the unlikely friendship between a top-secret robot and a lonely young girl as they take on bullies and evil bots now showing on Netflix.
If you’re a fan of Anime and sci-fi, then you’ll be a fan of this original, Bleach. In a live-action adaptation of the Japanese anime series, a teenager unwilling acquires superpowers from a wounded reaper. The two teams up to collect lost souls available to watch on Netflix Sept. 14th.
Netflix and chill with bae for a night filled with spies and thrill. The Angel is based on the true story of Ashraf Marwan, the son-in-law and special adviser of former Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser who became a spy for Israel, available to watch on Netflix Sept. 14th.
Nappily Ever After
Wine down with your BFF with a nice Pinot and watch Nappily Ever After starring Sanaa Lathan from Love and Hip-Hop! She seemingly lived a flawless life with a perfect boyfriend, she gets tired of waiting for him to propose and when he doesn’t, she learns to love herself again by getting rid of her greatest asset: her hair, available to watch on Netflix Sept. 21st.