Check out classics like “Road House,” “A Clockwork Orange,” and “Clueless.”
There are also love stories like “The Notebook” and “Save the Last Dance.”
The Netflix original “Blonde,” starring Ana de Armas as Marilyn Monroe, arrives on Netflix on September 28.
“A Clockwork Orange” (September 1)
Stanley Kubrick’s ultraviolent masterpiece continues to stand the test of time.
From its exquisite camerawork to its use of Beethoven and Malcolm McDowell’s jaw-dropping performance as the twisted narrator Alex, the film makes no apologies for how it defies all social norms.
“Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery” (September 1)
Mike Myers as a raunchy British spy became an instant comedy hit when the first “Austin Powers” came out in 1997. It spawned two popular sequels that are just as outrageous as the previous films. You can sit down this weekend and watch all three movies in a row. Yes baby!
“Clueless” (September 1)
If you’re looking for a slightly more focused comedy (sort of), you can’t go wrong with Amy Heckerling’s mid-1990s classic starring Alicia Silverstone.
Despicable Me (September 1)
Meanwhile, for kids, there’s Steve Carell as the cowardly Gru, who, along with his adorable Minions, sets out to do evil things. Until his heart softens for three little girls. “Despicable Me 2” is also available.
“He Just Doesn’t Like You That Much” (September 1)
This romantic comedy has one of the best ensembles of any movie in the genre. With great performances from Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Connelly, Bradley Cooper, Scarlett Johansson, Jennifer Aniston, Ben Affleck, Ginnifer Goodwin, and Justin Long, this one is always fun to watch.
“The Notebook” (September 1)
Pairing Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams for an adaptation of a Nicholas Sparks book is pure movie magic delivering a classic love story.
“Road House” (September 1)
This fantastic action flick from the late 1980s proved Patrick Swayze to be quite the star.
In the film, Swayze plays an A-list cooler who is hired to bounce around a noisy roadside bar. What unfolds is a lot of fighting and great performances from Swayze, Sam Elliott and Ben Gazzara as the movie’s villain.
“Save the Last Dance” (September 1)
Julia Stiles and Sean Patrick Thomas are great in this love story that follows two students who fall in love thanks to their love of dance.
“Scarface” (September 1)
In one of Al Pacino’s most beloved roles, he plays Cuban refugee Tony Montana, who becomes a drug lord in Miami. Filled with countless memorable lines and violence, it’s also one of director Brian De Palma’s masterpieces.
“Blonde” (September 28)
Audiences are patiently awaiting the premiere of this Netflix original directed by Andrew Dominik (“The Assassination of Jesse James by the Cowardly Robert Ford”) that chronicles the life of Marilyn Monroe. Starring Ana de Armas as the iconic star, we wait to see if the performance will be filled with praise or admonishment.
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