9 Movies Coming In September That We Urge To See

September comes with an afraid that we’d come up with a list of barely interesting films that represented the “best” of the hypothetical best.

Fortunately, this September has some killer picks when it comes to the realm of theatrical entertainment with two of the movies in this list seem to really clean up. Wasting no more, let’s come to the list.

Close Encounters of the Third Kind

Any chance to see Steven Spielberg’s classic extraterrestrial contact on the big screen is something we’ll gladly endorse. Close Encounters of the Third Kind isn’t exactly a new release, so if you’ve seen it before, this re-release will obviously be perfect fodder to relive some fine memories. However, if you’ve never seen it, then now is as good a time to be introduced to the majesty of Close Encounters of the Third Kind.

Released in Friday, September 1st

IT 2017

Audiences have been looking forward for IT 2017 movie for some time, and the positive buzz is only growing louder with each passing moment. Things get even more fever pitched when recent reports are predicting that director Andres Muschetti’s adaption of Stephen King’s famous novel will have quite the killer opening weekend. A lot of good faith is in the air with this movie.

IT 2017

Released in Friday, September 8th

Mother! 2017 Movie

One fantastic looking horror movie is usually hard enough to find, but in this September, two heavy hitters of dread and is going to be brought on the theatre. Beside the evil clown movie IT, we have Mother! 2017.

mother! 2017

Mother! 2017 looks like Darren Aronofsky is returning to his old Black Swan tricks, using mystery and calculated shocks to throw the audience off the scent of what his latest film really is. It might be generous of the studio to give us some nightmare fuel trailers that have us even more on edge.

Released in Friday, September 15th

Brad’s Status

Brad’s Status would make a fantastic double feature with The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. The movie does provide a balance to the more whimsical dreamer friendly story of the latter. Quite frankly, this variant of Ben Stiller is going to be our absolute favorite.

Released in Friday, September 15th

Battle of the Sexes

Steve Carell and Emma Stone are teaming up on movie Battle of the Sexes. The film not only reteams its co-stars, but also throws Carell back to work with his Little Miss Sunshine directors Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris. It’s early to start discussing serious awards buzz, but we’re already penciling this movie into our prestige pool, as everything we’ve seen so far has really impressed us.

Released in Friday, September 22nd

Kingsman: The Golden Circle

Kingsman: The Golden Circle is the follow-up of Kingsman: The Secret Service, and this is why you should see the movie. This follow-up looks like it’s going to be even crazier than its older sibling. You’re given a villain who has Bond villain ambitions playing by Julianne Moore. Things getting more fun as we have Channing Tatum and Jeff Bridges playing ridiculously southern charmers with special spying abilities.

Released in Friday, September 22nd

The Lego Ninjago Movie

If The Lego Ninjago Movie lives up to its trailer, it’s going to be a hell of a year for the Warner Bros’ animation stable. The Lego Batman Movie was already a fantastic success, it’s nice to see the more of a careful cultivation of the LEGO brand. It’s been a while since we’ve seen a good animated movie, and The Lego Ninjago Movie just might be the next one.

Released in Friday, September 22nd

American Made

Tom Cruise and Universal need a win after The Mummy didn’t exactly scare up the box office business as intended. However, American Made just might be the movie help to undo the damage that the Dark Universe has done to the partnership between the charismatic star and his current studio partner. Then, it’s easy to put our bet in the movie with Doug Liman is directing bringing back some serious Edge of Tomorrow memories and Domhnall Gleeson going to steal the show as Cruise’s CIA contact in this true story.

Released in Friday, September 29th

Flatliners

It’d be a total lie to say we’re not afraid the new Flatliners will possibly turn out to be a bust. Due to a campaign that’s shown some promising footage, our afraid is lesser a bit. Although, as much fun as this new crew looks to be having, we’re extremely interested to see just how Kiefer Sutherland’s returning character will react to, and possibly influence, this new round of medical tomfoolery. Fingers crossed for a full reunion crossover should the more modern Flatliners work out well.

Released in Friday, September 29th

9 Movies Coming In September That We Urge To See
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