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8 Movies to Catch this September

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by Aileen
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September is almost here! Movie fanatics are in for a treat as the first –ber month promises amazing movies to watch out for.

Get your calendars and mark these dates!

Train to Busan – September 1

Train to Busan poster

Train to Busan is an action thriller set in South Korea. You’ll be at the edge of your seat as you wonder how passengers on the train to Busan will survive a zombie-virus outbreak.

Pete’s Dragon – September 7

Pete's Dragon movie poster

This adventure fantasy follows the life of Pete, an orphan, and Elliot, his dragon best friend.

Sully – September 8

 

Headlined by Tom Hanks and directed by Client Eastwood, Sully tells the story of a hero who saved 155 crew and passengers by gliding his airplane along the Hudson River.

Bridget Jones’s Baby  – September 14

Bridget Jones Baby movie

When you thought everyone has completely forgotten about Bridget Jones, the universe decides to give you an awesome surprise. Watch Bridget Jones in her 40s… and with a baby! The question now is, who’s the father?

Imperium – September 14

Imperium movie trailer screenshot

Starring Daniel Radcliffe, Imperium is an action thriller that tells the story of FBI agent Nate Foster. Radcliffe goes undercover to navigate the world of white supremacy and finally take down the terrorist group.

The Magnificent Seven – September 21

Magnificent Seven Movie

The Magnificent Seven stars Chris Pratt, Ethan Hawke, and Denzel Washington. This action movie follows seven gunmen who came together to protect a village from savage thieves.

Storks – September 22

Storks Movie

Let your inner kid come out with this comedy animation and see how storks can still get the job done – of delivering babies!

Sausage Party –September 28

 

Starring Jonah Hill, James Franco, and Seth Rogen, this comedy animation might not be best to watch with the kids – or not. See how one sausage finally discovers the truth of his existence.

With a month as packed as this, you won’t be singing “wake me up when September ends.” See you at the movies!

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