On Netflix, ten (very) good films to see before the end of September

On Netflix, ten (very) good films to see before the end of September

Netflix is ​​not just about original creations and series. Classic or more recent, these ten films will be released from the platform’s catalog on September 30. If you’ve never seen them, don’t panic, you still have a chance to discover them.

Netflix offers no less than 5,600 content, all categories combined. Each month new titles arrive but, inevitably, others leave the platform. Do not panic ! In this cinematic jungle that comes and goes, Telerama selects ten good films for you every month to see or see again urgently from your sofa. Tudum!

YOU ONLY HAVE HALF AN HOUR TOWARDS YOU?

“Antoine and Colette”, by François Truffaut (1962)

Antoine Doinel falls in love with Colette… From concert halls to elbow-to-elbow walks, Truffaut recounts with delicate irony the story of a tiny and first love disaster, six years before stolen kisses.

Discover the Télérama rating and the review ofAnthony and Colette (Drama, 0h32)
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A DESIRE FOR PACINO?

“Heat”, by Michael Mann (1996)

A failed heist provokes a game of cat and mouse between a suspicious policeman (Pacino) and a robber (De Niro). Superb confrontation between two sacred monsters. A melancholy tension runs through this film which made Michael Mann’s reputation.

Discover the Télérama note and the review of Heat (Crime film, 2h50)
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NEED IT HITS?

“Fight Club”, by David Fincher (1999)

A depressed thirty-year-old yuppie discovers the joys of fighting within a paramilitary sect… Vomited when he leaves (including by Telerama who saw it “a sub-Nietzschean molasses spiced with gratuitous violence”), the adaptation of Chuck Palahniuk’s novel has become cult. A well-deserved rehabilitation as the film remains stimulating through its critical analysis of modern masculinity.

Discover the Télérama note and the review of fight club (Thriller, 2h19)
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STILL WONDER WHERE BABIES COME FROM?

“Storks & Company”, by Nicholas Stoller and Doug Sweetland (2016)

From transporting babies to delivering commercial packages, have storks lost their souls? The answer in this dapper and funny cartoon.

Discover the Télérama note and the review of Storks & Company (Animated film, 1h26)
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WANT TO SHOUT “SIR YES SIR”?

“Jarhead, the end of innocence”, by Sam Mendes (2005)

The Gulf War as if you were there, without heartbreaking dramas but with boredom, the absurd. Showing this was a difficult bet. Sam Mendes holds it most often.
Discover the Télérama note and the review of Jarhead, the end of innocence (War movie, 2h05)
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NEED A READING SHEET?

“The Foam of Days”, by Michel Gondry (2013)

In a spooky Paris, two lovers are confronted with a strange illness. An adaptation of Vian’s novel, teeming with ideas and poetry.
Discover the Télérama note and the review of The Scum of Days (Drama, 2h11)
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A TASTE FOR THE HOT 1980s?

“Rendez-vous”, by André Téchiné (1985)

A young provincial goes to Paris to become an actress. Passionate, ambiguous baroque drama, which presents a fascinating variation of romantic relationships in three characters: the transfixed admirer, the vampiric lover and the mentor. And the Binoche revelation.
Discover the Télérama note and the review of Appointment (Drama, 1h30)
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OR THE EXPLOSIVE 1990s?

“Mission: Impossible”, by Brian de Palma (1996)

De Palma adapts a famous TV series, with the same principles: the plot takes precedence over the characters, the technique over the violence. A mixed success which is due to the way in which the filmmaker accommodates his obsessions to the imperatives of the order.
Discover the Télérama note and the review of Impossible mission (Action movie, 1h50)
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END THE MONTH SHIVERING

“Pacific Rim”, by Guillermo del Toro (2013)

Giant robots against sea monsters… From SF to hair-raising special effects. The master of psychological fantasy merges blockbuster and auteur film to celebrate the monstrous nuptials of Freud and Godzilla. Impressive.

Discover the Télérama note and the review of Pacific Rim (Science fiction, 2h11)
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HAVE YOU WATCHED THE OTHER NINE?

“Samba”, by Olivier Nakache and Éric Toledano (2014)

Less “effective” but more realistic and complex thanUntouchables, this bittersweet comedy takes a beautiful look at a clandestine and depressed woman. Charlotte (Gainsbourg) forever.

Discover the Télérama rating and the Samba review (Drama, 1h58)
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