Sometimes, it’s nice to snuggle up with a blanket, escape from reality and unwind after a long day. And hey, nothing screams relaxation more than putting on a top-notch flick. Check out 30 of the greatest Netflix movies to stream in Singapore this month.
1. Ghostbusters: Afterlife
Luckily, Singapore is one of the few places with this blockbuster available to watch on Netflix. It follows an American mum and her two children when they move to a new town and discover a connection between the original Ghostbusters and their legacy.
2. Me Time
Kevin Hart stars as Sonny Fisher in this hilarious American comedy movie. Fisher is a tired, stay-at-home dad who decides to go on a wild adventure away with his old hard-partying friends in honour of his birthday. Certainly, the movie to get you laughing this weekend.
3. The Next 365 Days
Part three of this trilogy is just as sexy, seductive and erotic as the first two films. It depicts Laura and Massimo struggling to keep their relationship a balance as they try to overcome trust issues. Meanwhile, Nacho is secretly working to push them apart.
4. Seoul Vibe
Singaporeans are loving this South Korean action film. It is based around the 1988 Seoul Olympics when a team of drivers and mechanics go undercover to try and destroy a huge money laundering ring who threaten the event.
5. Do Revenge
On September 16, watch as Camila Mendes and Maya Hawke star as a pair of new friends who form an unlikely friendship in an effort to go after one another’s bullies. The type of movie you’ll either love or hate, nevertheless, a must-watch.
6. The Mummy
This 2017 movie starring Tom Cruise recently landed on Netflix. It follows Sergeant Nick and Corporal Chris who discover the tomb of Princess Ahmanet after ordering an air strike on their enemies. However, the princess is set free and comes after them.
7. Loving Adults
This dark thriller flick follows a married couple who seem to have the perfect life after their son is declared healthy after a long-term illness. However, things take a deadly turn when the woman learns about her husband’s affair. In turn, they both take extreme measures to get the outcome they desire.
8. Purple Hearts
Grab the tissues because the world is crying at this new Netflix movie. It follows an aspiring singer-songwriter (Sofia Carson) who agrees to a fake a marriage with a troubled Marine (Nicholas Galitzine) for health benefits. However, things don’t come that easy.
9. The Gray Man
This thriller follows one of the CIA’s top-secret assets who discovers agency secrets that change his opinions. Afterward, he triggers a worldwide hunt by assassins hoping to capture him under the command of his ex-workmate.
10. Day Shift
This Netflix original movie has a stellar cast from Snoop Dogg, Jamie Foxx, Dave Franco and more. This action-packed blockbuster follows a group of international vampire hunters taking down monsters in exchange for money. Certainly, this one is unmissable.
11. The Man From Toronto
This action-comedy movie is being absorbed by households globally now. Comically, it follows the world’s greatest assassin who must team up with a screw-up called Teddy (Kevin Hart) who is mistaken for a mysterious man from Toronto.
12. The War With Grandpa
Singaporeans are loving this comedy movie first released in 2020.It follows a comical tale between sixth-grader Peter and his grandfather Ed (Robert De Niro), who moves into his bedroom after being widowed. But, Peter is horrified so he plots a series of pranks to drive his strong-willed Grandpa out.
13. The Sea Beast
From the creators of Moana, animation lovers will adore this family-friendly film. It showcases the life of a heroic sea monster hunter, whose life is turned upside-down when a mischievous little girl stows away on his ship.
14. Look Both Ways
This highly anticipated romantic comedy movie stars Riverdale’s Lili Reinhart. It tells the story of a soon-to-be college graduate, whose life divides into two parallel realities. One is which she becomes pregnant and live in her hometown of Texas and the other where she pursues her career in Los Angeles.
Another unmissable Netflix movie to see this month. It follows an army captain who is forced to use her tactical training and military expertise when a coordinated attack threatens the remote missile interceptor station where she works.
Starring Dakota Johnston, this romantic movie is based on the Jane Austen novel. It tells the story of 27-year-old Anne Elliot in 1814 who reawakens a love with a former lover Captain Frederick Wenworth, whom she refused to marry eight years prior.
Watch as Adam Sandler plays an unlucky basketball scout who discovers an exceptional player abroad. He decides to bring him back to the states without his team’s approval which leads the story to follow.
18. Step Up 2: The Streets
Blast back to the past with this 2008 flick starring Channing Tatum, Cassie, Briana Evigan and more. It tells the tale of an orphaned teenager who couldn’t care less about school and goes on a mission to find where she belongs in life, using her passion for dance.
19. Our Father
This shocking documentary tells the true story of a popular fertility doctor, Dr Donald Cline, who secretly destroyed families by tampering with donor sperm. It begins with a woman discovering via an at-home DNA test that she has multiple half-siblings. Shockingly, she learns that her and dozens of others are actually the doctor’s kids.
20. Senior Year
This unbeatable movie is being absorbed by Netflix viewers globally. When a popular high-school cheerleader (Rebel Wilson) lands into a 20-year coma before her prom, she awakens with a desire to return to high school, reclaim her status and become prom queen.
21. A Perfect Pairing
Victoria Justice portrays charming Lola in this romantic comedy. As an LA wine executive, she must win over a major client by travelling to Australia to work on a sheep farm. There, she meets a mysterious local and sparks fly between them.
This Indian flick is a re-imagined story set in the 1920s. It details two legendary revolutionaries as they journey far from home before returning to fight against British colonialists. Certainly, an interesting movie steeped in history to watch.
Singaporeans are loving this movie where two inmates form a connection in a state-of-the-art penitentiary. The pair soon begin to question the purpose of experiments on them using emotion-controlling drugs by a pharmaceutical genius.
24. The In Between
After losing her boyfriend in a tragic accident, Tessa (Joey King) believes Skylar is trying to connect with her from the afterlife. Consequently, she tries to contact him one last time for closure to their relationship. Indeed, one of the most heartbreaking Netflix movies.
25. Don’t Breathe 1 & 2
Singaporeans are also loving these suspenseful flicks added to Netflix. The first movie begins with a trio of self-destructive thieves breaking into the house of a wealthy blind veteran. However, things take a dark twist and they learn Norman is stronger than he seems.
26. The Adam Project
This fantastic Netflix movie follows a time-traveller fighter pilot who crash lands in the year 2022. Adam Reed must team up with his 12-year-old self in order to save the future of humanity. Starring Ryan Reynolds, Zoe Saldana, Jennifer Garner, Mark Ruffalo and many more…you won’t be disappointed.
27. Badhaai Ho
This Bollywood movie follows a gay police officer and lesbian teacher who enter into a fake marriage to make people believe they are straight. However, they learn fake relationships aren’t as easy as it seems. Starring Rajkummar Rao, Bhumi Pednekar, Seema Pahwa and more.
28. The Unforgiveable
This iconic movie follows Academy award winner Sandra Bullock, who stars as a woman released from prison after serving 20 years for a horrific murder. Although, outside the prison walls, society is not willing to forgive her. Nevertheless, she goes on a mission to find her little sister but things take a dramatic turn.
29. Red Notice
This $200 million blockbuster thriller movie is being absorbed by households worldwide. With a stellar cast, from Ryan Reynolds, Gal Gadot, Dwayne Johnson, and more…you know it’s going to be good. It follows an FBI agent who attempts to capture a smart crook, who is the world’s most wanted art thief.
Another fantastic Indian crime movie loved by Netflix viewers. It tells the story of a young man who was framed for murder. However, eight years after the murder, a newbee lawyer re-opens the case to try and find the real culprit. Although, he faces battles of corruption both inside and outside the courtroom. Definitely, a top Netflix movie to watch.