Every Movie Coming to Paramount+ in September 2023


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Sep 02, 2023

Every Movie Coming to Paramount+ in September 2023

Here's every movie coming to Paramount+ in September 2023. Paramount+ has a great lineup of movies ready for September. This month, their movie library will grow taller than Artesonraju, the Peruvian

Here's every movie coming to Paramount+ in September 2023.

Paramount+ has a great lineup of movies ready for September. This month, their movie library will grow taller than Artesonraju, the Peruvian mountain Paramount has made famous in their logo. Paramount owns the rights to so many movies and shows, so it’s no surprise that they are able to add so many amazing titles to their library every month. They have so many blockbuster movies that this streaming channel is a no-brainer for anyone who likes movies of just about any genre.

In the Paramount+ September 2023 lineup of movies, we have some incredible classics. This library will have some of the best films of any decade, including Terminator 2: Judgement Day, Road to Perdition, The Last Samurai, and The Blair Witch Project. Aside from the great access to tons of sports, as well as The Longest Yard, Paramount+ will also premiere the incredible Sean Penn documentary Superpower, in which the actor sits down with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy as the first Russian bombs fall on Ukraine. September will be a big month of movies for Paramount+.

This sequel to the Sci-Fi/horror classic Cloverfield stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead, John Goodman, John Gallagher Jr., and Bradley Cooper. Though it doesn’t follow the plot of the original film as some sequels might, 10 Cloverfield Lane is considered more of a spiritual successor to Cloverfield. That is to say, both of them are apocalyptic films that occur in a world afflicted by the same disaster.

When a woman wakes up in a bunker after being involved in a car accident, she’s unsure where she is or how she got there. Her leg is injured, but the man who claims to own the bunker assures her that she is safe. But he also says she can’t leave. Howard (John Goodman) gives his injured guest a tour around the bunker and tells her some kind of attack happened outside. Although the other man inside the bunker, Emmett (John Gallagher Jr.), shows Michelle (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) the terrible conditions outside, Michelle plans to make her escape.

Starring Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner, and Forest Whitaker, Arrival is a curious Sci-Fi movie about how humanity comprehends time and language. It’s based on the short story, Story of Your Life, by Ted Chiang, who notably wrote his narrative to reflect how aliens in the story had a different perception of time. The film was directed by Denis Villeneuve, who went on to direct Bladerunner 2049 and is currently helming the Dune series of films.

Arrival takes place during humanity’s first contact with an alien species. One day, strange spaceships land all over Earth. The silver, ovular objects hang in the air over seemingly random places all around the globe, and the affected nations send military and scientific personnel to study them. The aliens communicate with a strange language written in circular symbols that the US scientists share with the world. As linguist Dr. Louise Banks studies the language, she begins to get strange flashbacks of a daughter that she hasn’t had yet.

On the shortlist for one of the greatest movies ever made, Forrest Gump is a timeless film that will make anyone laugh as much as they cry. Altogether, the film won 6 Oscars. Its triumph as Best Picture is notable due to the competition it had with Pulp Fiction and The Shawshank Redemption. Tom Hanks won Best Actor. Robert Zemeckis won Best Director. Eric Roth won Best Adapted Screenplay. Arthur Schmidt won Best Film Editing. And a larger part of the crew won their award for Best Visual Effects.

As a man named Forrest Gump starts to recount his life story to strangers at a bus stop, we learn about the man’s strange and heartwarming journey, his time learning to run, his lifelong unrequited love, his mother’s unforgettable advice. Anyone who has seen the film will tell you it is one you cannot miss. If you haven’t seen Forrest Gump, grab a bucket of Bubba Gump Shrimp and do yourself a favor.

How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days is a classic film from the best years of romantic comedies. It stars Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey as the central couple. Hudson plays an advice columnist, writing “How to” articles for a women’s magazine. McConaughey gives us a performance as a handsome advertising executive who may have later inspired Lincoln to have him sell their cars.

When Andie (Hudson) sees her friend fall out of another relationship, she blames her perennial toxic behavioral traits and shifts the subject of her “How to” column to the movie’s titular phrase. At the same time, Ben (McConaughey) makes a bet with his boss that he can make any woman fall in love with him in the space of 10 days. And we all know where this goes from here.

During the first days of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Sean Penn traveled to the embattled nation in order to get a closer look at the nation’s President, Volodymyr Zelenskyy. Zelenskyy famously chose to stay and fight the much larger military power instead of evacuating his country. The film’s title, Superpower, likely refers to the dichotomy of Russia’s strength and Zelenskyy’s courage.

As Penn interviews Zelenskyy, he does so in a Presidential bunker at an undisclosed location. The film focuses on the story of the President’s life and how he used to be a comedic actor who starred in a cheap movie about becoming the President of Ukraine, only to ironically mimic his art in real life. Co-directed by Sean Penn and Aaron Kaufman, the film profiles the President at a time when he became his entire country’s hero.

Ted Bajer is a Features Writer for Movieweb and world traveling digital nomad.