Take a look at classics such as “Road House,” “A Clockwork Orange,” and “Clueless.”
There are also love stories such as “The Notebook” and “Save the Last Dance.”
Netflix exclusive “Blonde,” starring Ana de Armas as Marilyn Monroe, hits Netflix on September 28.
“A Clockwork Orange” (September 1)
The ultraviolent work of Stanley Kubrick has continued to endure the test of time.
From its breathtaking camerawork from its stunning camera work to the use of Beethoven as well as the stunning performance by Malcolm McDowell as twisted narrator, Alex, the movie is uncompromising in the way it challenges social norms in every way.
“Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery” (September 1)
Mike Myers as a horny British spy became a huge comedy hit when the original “Austin Powers” came out in 1997. The movie spawned two sequels that are as bizarre as the films before them. You can sit back this weekend and watch all three movies back-to-back-to-back. Yeah, baby!
“Clueless” (September 1)
If you’re looking for a laugh that is slightly deeper and more grounded (sort of) it’s impossible to be wrong with Amy Heckerling’s mid-1990s masterpiece starring Alicia Silverstone.
“Despicable Me” (September 1)
And for the kids there’s Steve Carell as the dastardly Gru who, along with his beloved Minions, set out to commit evil deeds. Till his heart is softened by three girls. “Despicable Me 2” is also available.
“He’s Just Not That Into You” (September 1)
This rom-com boasts one of the greatest ensembles of any film in the genre. With stellar performances from Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Connelly, Bradley Cooper, Scarlett Johansson, Jennifer Aniston, Ben Affleck, Ginnifer Goodwin as well as Justin Long, this is always a great one to enjoy.
“The Notebook” (September 1)
Combining Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams together to adapt an Nicholas Sparks book is pure film magic that tells the classic love story.
“Road House” (September 1)
This amazing action film proved that Patrick Swayze was a major actor.
In the film, Swayze plays a top-notch cooler hired to bounce off a rowdy roadside bar. The story is filled with fight scenes and fantastic performances by Swayze, Sam Elliott, and Ben Gazzara as the movie’s antagonists.
“Save the Last Dance” (September 1)
Julia Stiles and Sean Patrick Thomas are amazing in this romantic comedy that follows two college students who meet due to their passion for dancing.
“Scarface” (September 1)
In one of his most adored characters, he plays Cuban refugees Tony Montana, who becomes the drug lord of Miami. With a myriad of hilarious lines and brutality and awe-inspiring scenes, it’s also among Brian De Palma’s greatest works.
“Blonde” (September 28)
The audience is eagerly awaiting the premiere of the Netflix original, directed by Andrew Dominik (“The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford”) which tells the story of Marilyn Monroe. The film stars Ana de Armas as the iconic actress, we’re waiting to find out if the performance will be arousing or criticism.