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Best Movies of September 2017: previews the top 10...
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Best Movies of September 2017: previews the top 10... previews 10 of the most exciting movies that will be coming to your cinema screens in September...


Kingsman: The Golden Circle

(In Cinemas September 20th)


After taking over $400 million at the box office with the series debut The Secret Service, Matthew Vaughn returns with a second instalment of his suave franchise.

The sequel stars a returning Taron Egerton, Colin Firth and Mark Strong with Julianne Moore, Poppy Delevingne, Pedro Pascal, Channing Tatum, Jeff Bridges, Elton John and Halle Berry joining the cast. Vaughn directs once again and has adapted Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons' comic for the screen.

This time the story takes us across the pond to America to join forces with Statesman, Kingsman's American counterpart, after Kingsman's headquarters is destroyed by Poppy, a member of the secret group The Golden Circle and a notorious criminal mastermind.




(In Cinemas September 15th)


After taking on one of the most world’s iconic yarns with his 2014 epic Noah, this time Requiem For A Dream/Black Swan director Darren Aronofsky does something much more intimate.

Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem star as a struggling couple, whose relationship is tested to breaking point when two uninvited guests arrive at their home and ask to lodge with them.

Starring alongside Bardem and Lawrence are Michelle Pfeiffer, Ed Harris, Kristen Wiig, Domhnall Gleeson and Brian Gleeson.



Goodbye Christopher Robin

(In Cinemas September 29th)


Domhnall Gleeson and Margot Robbie star in this tender re-telling of the life of A.A.Milne, creator of the hugely successful children's series Winnie The Pooh, and his interactions with his young son Christopher Robin, which would go on to inspire Milne’s beloved stories.

Gleeson plays Milne, Robbie plays Daphne de Sélincourt, A. A. Milne’s wife, while there are also roles for Kelly Macdonald, Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Alex Lawther.

The film has been directed by My Week With Marilyn's Simon Curtis and has a script from Simon Vaughan and 24 Hour Party People scribe Frank Cottrell-Boyce.




(In Cinemas September 8th)


A generation of children have grown up struggling with flashbacks from Tim Curry’s take on Stephen King’s terrifying clown Pennywise, and now their offspring will get the chance to have the same scarring experience with this new take on the story.

The film is based on King's 1986 novel, which was originally adapted into a two-part television film in 1990, starring Curry in the iconic titular role. It centred around a group of children who must face off against a force that takes on its victims' greatest fears, horrifically personified by Pennywise the Clown.

The new movie stars Bill Skarsgård as Pennywise with Jaeden Lieberher, Jeremy Ray Taylor, Sophia Lillis, Finn Wolfhard, Wyatt Oleff, Chosen Jacobs, Jack Dylan Grazer, and Nicholas Hamilton in supporting roles.

The film has been directed by Andrés Muschietti, director of Mama, who stepped in to take over from True Detective creator Cary Fukunaga, who left after disagreements with Warner Brothers. He still is a credited writer on the movie along with Chase Palmer and Gary Dauberman.




(In Cinemas September 29th)

Happy Valley’s James Norton, Juno leading lady Ellen Page and The Vampire Diaries’ Nina Dobrev unite for this new thriller, which acts as both a reboot and a sequel to the 1990 original, which starred Kiefer Sutherland, Julia Roberts and Kevin Bacon as part of a gang of medical students who attempt to find out what lies beyond death by conducting clandestine experiments that produce near-death experiences.

In the new movie we meet a new gang of students with similar ideas, but with far more drastic results.

Starring alongside Page, Dobrev and Norton are Diego Luna, Kiersey Clemons, and a returning Sutherland.

Niels Arden Oplev, best known for his work on Mr. Robot, directs, working from a script from Source Code writer Ben Ripley.



The Limehouse Golem

(In Cinemas September 1st)


Bill Nighy, Daniel Mays and Olivia Cooke take a dark trip into Victorian times in this stylish new period thriller.

The movie is an adaptation of Peter Ackroyd's 1994 murder mystery novel Dan Leno and the Limehouse Golem and stars Nighy, Cooke, Adam Brown, and Douglas Booth. It has been directed by Juan Carlos Medina and has a screenplay by Jane Goldman.

The story takes place in London in 1880, where a series of murders has shaken the community to the point where people believe that only a legendary creature from dark times – the mythical so-called Golem – must be responsible. To solve the mystery Nighy's Inspector John Kildare is called in.



Wind River

(In Cinemas September 8th)


Elizabeth Olsen and Jeremy Renner wrap up warm for this murder mystery, which is set in the frozen climes of rural Wyoming.

Renner stars as Cory Lambert, a low-level US Fish and Wildlife Service agent who discovers a body in the rugged wilderness of the Wind River Indian Reservation.

Needing assistance, the FBI sends in Olsen’s rookie agent Jane Banner, but she is unprepared for the difficulties created by the oppressive weather and isolation of the Wyoming winter. When she employs Cory as a tracker, the two venture deep into a world ravaged by violence and the elements.

Taylor Sheridan, writer of Sicario and Hell or High Water, directs and provides the script for this movie.




(In Cinemas September 1st)


Dominic Cooper leads this powerhouse adaptation of Duncan Falconer’s hero John Stratton.

Stratton is a Special Boat Service operator, working for the Intelligence Detachment in Northern Ireland, who is brought in to try and stop an international terrorist cell.

Cooper is joined by Humans’ Gemma Chan, Wonder Woman’s Connie Nielsen and Harry Potter’s Tom Felton in the movie.

Simon West, director of Con Air and The Expendables, is in charge of this one.



American Assassin

(In Cinemas September 14th)


Now recovered from the nasty injury he picked up during the filming of The Maze Runner, Dylan O’Brien leads this much-tipped adaptation of Vince Flynn’s bestselling novel.

O’Brien plays Mitch Rapp, a new recruit to the CIA’s black ops team, who is devastated by the loss of his girlfriend to a terrorist attack.

Now grief-stricken, Rapp is paired with Cold War veteran Stan Hurley to learn how to thwart terrorist operations and hunt the perpetrators.

Together they investigate a wave of apparently random attacks on military and civilian targets and discover a pattern in the violence that leads them to a joint mission with a lethal Turkish agent to stop a mysterious operative, nicknamed "Ghost", intent on starting a world war in the Middle East.

Michael Keaton, Taylor Kitsch, David Suchet and Scott Adkins are in supporting roles, working for director Michael Cuesta.



On The Road

(In Cinemas September 29th)


After returning from his third trip with Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon, director Michael Winterbottom takes on a very different journey with this new movie. 

The film features the band Wolf Alice as well as actors Leah Harvey and James McCardle.

It follows Wolf Alice as they tour the UK in support of their debut album My Love Is Cool with Harvey playing Estelle, an intern at the band's record company and McArdle playing Joe, a member of their road crew, the film tells the story of the pair's 

The film tells the story of the pair's blossoming relationship as well as the struggles and highs of touring the world in a rock band. 


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