The 7 best new movies on Netflix in August 2022

Netflix continues to dominate the streaming game with dozens of movies and series released every month. There is so much content available that sometimes we can’t even decide what to watch next. So, to help you with the paralysis of choice, we’ve curated a list of the seven best original movies coming to Netflix in August. Whether it’s romantic comedies or scary thrillers, there’s always something new that could appeal to any type of viewer, with August promising to be one of the most diverse months for original movies on Netflix. . Well-established franchises such as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to vampire hunting action movies starring Jamie Foxx, you don’t want to miss the best original movies releasing on Netflix in August 2022.



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wedding season

Director: Tom Dey

Writer: Shiwani Srivastava

Cast: Pallavi Sharda, Suraj Sharma, Veena Sood

When available: August 4

What would you be willing to do to keep your parents from asking you when are you finally going to get married? What if we really got married? wedding season follows Asha (Pallavi Sharda) and Ravi (Suraj Sharma), a couple who decided to get married just to force their respective families to back down. They both want to focus on their careers and personal accomplishments, and getting married seems like a smart move to keep their families happy while doing what they want with their lives. However, fate has a strange way of bringing people together, and Asha and Ravi soon realize that they might fall in love with each other, which only complicates their fake wedding plan.

The Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie

Directors: Ant Ward, Andy Suriano

Writers: Tony Gama-Lobo, Rebecca May

Cast: Ben Schwartz, Omar Benson Miller, Brandon Mychal Smith, Josh Brener, Kat Graham, Eric Bauza, Haley Joel Osment

When available: 5 August

Following the story of where Nickelodeon’s popular animated series left us, The Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie is the next chapter for the beloved Sewer Reptile team. The film will feature an all-new adventure and follow the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles as they join forces to fight against a classic enemy, the evil alien race known as the Krang. The film will also bring back all of the main and supporting cast from the series, so fans can be sure the franchise is in good hands.

13: The Musical

Director: Tamra Davis

Writer: Robert Corne

Cast: Eli Golden, Rhea Perlman, Josh Peck, Peter Hermann, Debra Messing, Gabriella Uhl, Ramon Reed, JD McCrary, Frankie McNellis

When available: August 12

After creating the hit musical 13, Robert Horn is back as the writer for a new Netflix original movie inspired by the play. Joining Horn is director Tamra Daviswho has extensive experience in the music industry and led the Britney Spears-directed road trip film Crossroads. So, we can be sure that the film adaptation of 13 is in excellent hands. The coming-of-age story follows a young boy who moves from New York to small town Indiana and decides to fit in by turning his Bar Mitzvah into the most amazing party ever.

Day shift

Director: JJ Perry

Writers: Shay Hatten, Tyler Tice

Cast: Jamie Foxx, Dave Franco, Snoop Dogg, Karla Souza, Meagan Good, Natasha Liu Bordizzo, Oliver Masucci, Steve Howey, Scott Adkins, CS Lee, Zion Broadnax.

When available: August 12

The biggest new Netflix original movie to be released in August is, without a doubt, Day shiftan action-packed blockbuster production featuring Jamie Foxx as a vampire slayer. In Day shift, Foxx works for an International Union of Vampire Hunters, taking down monsters during the day to give his daughter a good life. The film is the first film of JJ Perrywho worked as a second unit director and stunt coordinator in films such as Fast and Furious 9, Bloodshot,and the John Wick franchise. Everything we’ve seen for Day shift highlights how the action sets will be brilliantly choreographed so far, making this a must-see August release.

Look both ways

Director: Wanuri Kahiu

Writer: April Prosser

Cast: Lili Reinhart, Danny Ramirez, Aisha Dee, David Corenswet, Andrea Savage, Luke Wilson, Nia Long

When available: August 17

Formerly known as More less,Look both ways will take Lili Reinhart on his own journey through the multiverse. The film follows Natalie, a young woman with two very different futures ahead of her, based on one big choice. The film shows what would happen in Natalie’s future, discussing the sacrifices we must make to achieve our goals. In a timeline, Natalie decides to keep her baby after finding out she was pregnant the day before her graduation. In the other, she has an abortion and focuses on her career. The killer concept is also a great place to start thinking about how motherhood is still a barrier to the professional fulfillment of many women.

me time

Director: John Hamburg

Writer: John Hamburg

Cast: Kevin Hart, Mark Wahlberg, Regina Hall, Jimmy O. Yang, Luis Gerardo Méndez

When available: August 26

Children can be a blessing, but they also take up a lot of our free time. Which is why, when Sonny (Kevin Hart) has his first weekend all to himself in many years, things quickly spiral out of control. me timefollows Sonny as he reconnects with his former best friend, Huck (Mark Wahlberg). Since Sonny’s wife is away with their kids for the weekend, he thinks this would be the perfect opportunity to relax. However, Huck parties a lot harder than Sonny remembers, and the two will get involved in hilarious life-threatening situations that will cause the family man to re-evaluate how much he cherishes his children. People looking for a new comedy to watch in August will be well served with me time.

I came

Director: Babak Anvari

Writers: Babak Anvari, Namsi Khan

Cast: Hugh Bonneville, George MacKay, Percelle Ascott, Kelly MacDonald

When available: August 31

Babak Anvariit isI came ends the month with a new thriller from the director of Under the Shadow. I came follows a young graphic designer (George MacKay) that targets the homes of the rich and powerful, breaking into and painting their expensive walls and artwork. Considered both a threat to high society and a hero of the people, the artist grew bolder with each new invasion, believing himself untouchable. Until he becomes a witness to a horrific crime and begins to be hunted down. I came promises to overturn the home invasion formula, making it one of the best original movies to come out

Alfonso E. Cramer