Top 10 Must-Watch Netflix Movies Coming in August 2021

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Top 10 Must-Watch Netflix Movies Coming in August 2021

Top 10 Must-Watch Netflix Movies Coming in August 2021

As we bid farewell to July, you might be wondering, “What’s next on my watchlist?” Fret not, as Netflix has an exciting lineup of movies arriving in August 2021. Whether you’re in the mood for an early start to the spooky season with a horror flick or a laid-back summer night with a comedy, there’s something for everyone in the list below:

1. Sweet Girl (2021)

Get ready for an adrenaline rush with “Sweet Girl,” an action-packed movie starring Jason Momoa. In this Netflix original, Momoa plays Cooper, a man devastated by his wife’s death from cancer after a pharmaceutical company pulls a lifesaving drug off the market. Hell-bent on seeking justice, Cooper finds himself and his daughter in a dangerous situation. With only his little girl left, he’ll stop at nothing to protect her.

2. Poms (2019)

Forget about shuffleboard and bingo – “Poms” brings a whole new level of excitement to retirement home life. When Martha (Dianne Keaton) moves into a retirement community hoping for some peace and quiet, she instead befriends her fun-loving neighbor, Sheryl. Together, they form a cheerleading squad with fellow residents, proving that age is just a number when it comes to chasing your dreams.

3. Five Feet Apart (2019)

Prepare for an emotional rollercoaster with this heart-wrenching romantic drama. Stella, a 17-year-old girl with cystic fibrosis, spends most of her life in the hospital, adhering to a strict set of rules. But everything changes when she meets Will, a charming fellow patient with the same illness. Despite their restrictions, the two can’t help but feel drawn to each other, leading to a heartrending dilemma.

4. Shiny Flakes: The Teenage Drug Lord (2021)

If you were hooked on the series “How to Sell Drugs Online (Fast),” this documentary is a must-watch. Discover the true story behind the fictionalized account of two book-smart teenagers, Moritz Zimermann and Lenny Sander, who built a drug empire from Moritz’s childhood bedroom. Their website, “ShinyFlakes.com,” operated for two years before they were finally caught.

5. ’76 (2016)

This gripping drama unfolds from two perspectives – a pregnant wife and her husband, a soldier accused of involvement in the ’76 military coup. As tensions rise, Suzanne’s family wants nothing to do with Joseph or his people. Determined to prove her husband’s innocence, Suzanne faces an uphill battle. Will her efforts be enough?

6. Aftermath (2017)

Inspired by true events, “Aftermath” tells the story of two strangers brought together by a shared tragedy. Roman (Arnold Schwarzenegger) loses his wife and two children in a plane crash, and he can’t help but blame the air traffic controller, Jake Bonanos, who also holds himself responsible for the accident.

7. The Old Ways (2020)

Horror fans, rejoice! “The Old Ways” follows Cristina, a journalist who returns to her hometown to investigate witchcraft, only to be kidnapped. Trapped in a remote room, she endures a series of terrifying rituals. With a language barrier adding to the suspense, both Cristina and the audience are left guessing what comes next.

8. Beckett (2021)

In this thrilling action-drama, an American tourist named Beckett finds himself entangled in a political conspiracy in Greece. What was meant to be a vacation turns into a desperate race to reach the American embassy, but Beckett only gets deeper into the conspiracy, putting himself in even greater danger.

9. He’s All That (2021)

Remember the 1999 hit “She’s All That”? Over two decades later, a gender-swapped remake directed by Mark Waters is here. In “He’s All That,” a teenage girl bets that she can turn an unpopular classmate into the next prom king.

10. Quam’s Money (2020)

Rounding off the list is the Nigerian crime comedy “Quam’s Money,” a sequel to “New Money.” Quam, a security guard, becomes a millionaire overnight and dives headfirst into the world of wealth. Get ready for a wild ride filled with laughter and unexpected twists.

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