Netflix is set to debut two more original movies this August. You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah and Choose Love.
Netflix has grown considerably from a mail-order startup to an industry behemoth. Today, the company is one of the largest media corporations in the world. It is also the biggest streaming service in the world, with 238.4 million subscribers. The streaming platform’s investment in original programming has been a key driver of its growth.
However, it can be hard for users to keep up with the content regularly added to the Netflix catalog. To help, here are the Netflix original movies releasing this August.
You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah (AUG. 25)
This is a family comedy about the friendship of two best friends, Stacy (Sunny Sandler) and Lydia (Samantha Lorraine). Who has always dreamed of staging huge bat mitzvahs. However, they find themselves at odds when Hebrew school drama and a popular boy, Andy Goldfarb (Dylan Hoffman), come between them. As a result, a humorous voyage of self-discovery ensues.
You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah depicts the humorous antics and teen turmoil accompanying first crushes, family, and friendship in the twenty-first century. The film is directed by Sammi Cohen, and Happy Madison and Alloy Entertainment produce it. Furthermore, it also stars Jackie and Adam Sandler, Idina Menzel, Sandie Sandler, Sarah Sherman, and Luis Guzman.
Choose Love (Aug. 31)
On Aug. 31, Netflix will debut its first interactive romcom, Choose Love. The film stars Laura Marano as Cami Conway, a recording engineer who must choose between a loving boyfriend and an attractive rock star. While also re-examining her life choices and deciding on a new job path. However, it is up to the viewers to decide her path, resulting in various storylines and endings based on their choices.
Stuart McDonald directs the film, and it also stars Michael Foster, Nell Fisher, Jordi Webber, Benjamin Hoetjes, Blair Strang, and Avan Jogia.
Will you be watching these Netflix original movies coming to the platform this August?