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7 Must-See Movies for September (Men's Edition)

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September 8, 2017
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When it comes to movies, we don’t usually want a rom-com and a glass of wine. Instead, we usually want a little action, a little blood, and some excitement in the mix! Unfortunately, not all of the movies that we see coming to theaters are worth your time or even the money you spend on a ticket. But there are some pretty sold September movies you definitely need to see!From remakes of old classics such as Stephen King’s It to funny action movies like the new Kingsman sequel. In this article, we are going to show you some of the best movies you have to choose from when you get to the movie theater this September. This time, you’ll get to be excited and enjoy the movie you see rather than be bored to death for 2 hours.

Unlocked (September 1, 2017) is the story of CIA agent (Alice Racine) and her fight to save London from a biological terrorist attack right after an attack on Paris. The trailer opens on her interviewing a suspect in London when she gets a call from her boss, saying that she’s needed once more. Confused for a moment, she realizes she isn’t in the room with the CIA but people who have intercepted the information she and the CIA have. To escape in time and save London from the attack, she teams up with a soldier (Orlando Bloom). Alice and the soldier soon find themselves running for their lives and trying to save London in time. If you are a fan of the classic spy movie formula, this might be just the movie for you.

IT (September 8, 2017) there is one author that will always get us ready for October and Halloween, it’s Stephen King. Nearly 31 years ago, we got to see Tim Curry bring Pennywise the clown to life and give us all nightmares for the rest of our childhoods. However, this September we will get the chance to see Bill Skarsgård bring Pennywise back. This remake does more than just tell the original story, though. Rather than focusing on the children he terrified, this movie focuses more on the clown himself and brings the plot into a linear sequence - never showing the children as adults. Don’t worry, though, because director Andres Muschetti has a seal of approval from Stephen King himself on the creative license that he’s taken.

Mother! (September 15, 2017) to us by the same director that brought us Requiem for a Dream and Black Swan, Mother! is another horror movie that promises to get us ready for the Halloween season. Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem have moved into a new home and Lawrence’s character - credited as Mother - is quick to renovate it to make it the perfect home. Don’t doze off yet, though, because their perfect home is quick to be invaded by visitors that Mother has never seen before. In addition, each “guest” is carrying a photo of her husband, whose behavior is turning more sinister with every scene. The trailer doesn’t give us many answers but it does deliver exactly how terrifying this movie will be. Add in Jennifer Lawrence in her prime and it's got something for every guy.

Kingsman: The Golden Circle (September 22, 2017) under 2 years ago, Kingsman: The Secret Service introduced us to a comedic but fast-action world of spies. In Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Eggsy is faced with a new dilemma; the destruction of the Kingsman headquarters. The enemy they face links the Kingsman to the U.S. organization; the Statesman. This movie promises us a lot of laughs as well as a lot of action backed by a $81 million budget. With famous names such as Sir Elton John, Jeff Bridges, Colin Firth, Halle Berry, Julianne Moore, and many other famous faces. Channing Tatum joins the cast too, bringing more action than eye-candy this time around as he brings to life a character in the Statesman who represents one of America’s good ol’ boys.

Flatliners (September 29, 2017) you recognize the title of this movie, it's because it is a sequel to a cult-classic psychological horror that was released in the 1990s. The name of the sequel and the original are the same and we can expect to see Kiefer Sutherland make a reappearance in the sequel. With Ellen Page leading a new cast, we can expect to see a similar plot line. A team of medical students seeks the truth about the afterlife. They do this by setting up “controlled” near death experiences, with the other students stopping their heart and reviving them in turn. Unfortunately, these students get more than they bargain for in their experiences.

Rebel in the Rye (September 8, 2017) it joined many others on the banned books list, The Catcher in the Rye was a book that almost every guy had read at least once by the time they graduated. This is a war story but it goes beyond the battlefields we are used to seeing. Instead, we get the chance to follow the soldier after he has left the war. This creative and classic plot is backed up by a fantastic cast as well. With huge names such as Sarah Paulson and Kevin Spacey, you know the story will be carried by able hands. No biography is complete without its subject, though, and J.D. Salinger is brought to the big screen by Nicholas Hoult whom you might recognize from other films such as Mad Max and X-Men.

American Assassin (September 14, 2017) three-year-old Mitch Rapp lost his parents to a tragic car accident at the age of fourteen, and his girlfriend to a terrorist attack just as they were engaged. When Cold War veteran Stan Hurley takes the CIA black ops recruit under his wing, they receive an assignment to investigate a wave of random attacks on both military and civilian targets. After discovering a pattern of violence, Hurley and Rapp join forces with a lethal Turkish agent to stop a mysterious operative who wants to start a global war.Read more entertainment articles here.

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