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The Movies We’re Looking Forward To This Month

In case you were wondering what to do on your September weekends

With the way the weather has been, it’s getting pretty hard to stick to a plan that can actually push through. Wanted to go on a road trip to the beach? Whoops, the clouds are suddenly gray. Looking forward to a ramen night with friends? Oh, it just got too hot to slurp up some spicy broth. But the one thing you can always do—rain or shine—is watch a movie.

Fortunately for us, September is a promising month for films.

American Made

September 13

Barry Seal (Tom Cruise) is a commercial pilot recruited by the CIA for a surveying mission over South America. Seal accepts but is later asked to act as a courier between the CIA and the General Noriega in Panama. When the Medellin Cartel picks Seal up, he must agree to fly cocaine on his return flights to the USA.


September 20; Cinemalaya 2017 winner for Best Film

A young man named Hendrix (Alba) is trying to make it as a musician but loses money when he’s defeated in a rap battle. Needing to pay off his dues, he decides to rob a bookstore owned by Doc (Dido de la Paz). After the robbery fails, Hendrix agrees to repair the store. In this time, he learns about Doc’s haunting memories of Martial Law.

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September 20

The seemingly idyllic life of Grace (Jennifer Lawrence) and Eli (Javier Bardem) is disrupted when uninvited guests arrive at their home. Grace suddenly finds herself caught in the middle of something mysterious as more individuals make their way in.

Girls Trip

September 27

Ryan(Regina Hall), Sasha (Queen Latifah), Lisa (Jada Pinkett Smith) and Dina (Tiffany Haddish) are best friends who decide to go on an adventure to New Orleans for a festival. Along the way, they rekindle their friendship and partake in activities that make them feel young again. Expect a lot of dancing, drinking, brawling and even some romancing. 

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September 29

A group of young medical students decides to focus their studies on near-death experiences. Throughout the duration of their experiments, which become more dangerous as time passes, they find themselves having to deal with chilling paranormal consequences. 

There is so much to look forward to this month, including Kingsman: The Golden Circle, LEGO Ninjago Movie and American Assassin—so don’t let the indecisive weather get you down.

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