September 04, 2019

LIST: Movies to Watch This September 2019

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  • August was a pretty good month for movies—with Weathering With You standing out and becoming the first anime movie to be nominated for an Oscar after 20 years.

    Also read: Weathering With You Hits Cinemas on August 28

    Another month has rolled in, which means a new set of movies will grace the movie theaters! Here are some of the films you need to watch out for this September:

    IT: Chapter Two (September 6)

    The highly anticipated sequel to the 2017 adaptation of Stephen King’s It is here. Set 27 years after the first movie, the members of the Loser’s Club are all grown up and have since tried to forget Pennywise, the bloodthirsty clown they think they have defeated. One phone call will make them go back to Derry and face their fears once again. It: Chapter 2 is directed by Andy Muschietti and starred by James McAvoy, Jessica Chastain, and Bill Hader, among others. Bill Skarsgård also returns as Pennywise.

    Playmobil: The Movie (September 6)

    Two siblings, whose relationship is strained due to the death of their parents, embark on an adventure of a lifetime in a world based on the German building toy, Playmobil. When Charlie went missing inside the Playmobil world, his older sister Marla has to face Vikings, pirates, and dinosaurs to find him. The story will not only feed your imagination but also give valuable lessons on family and friendship.

    Rambo: Last Blood (September 19)

    Silvester Stallone plays the legendary character of John Rambo for the last time in Rambo: Last Blood. He leaves his peaceful ranch in Arizona when he found out that his friend’s daughter, who he considers family, gets kidnapped. Rambo crosses the U.S.-Mexico border to bring her home, but little did he know that he will face toe-to-toe with Mexico’s most dangerous cartels.

    Downton Abbey (September 20)

    The beloved Crawley Family, whom we know from the phenomenal TV series Downton Abbey, is back—but this time on the big screen. Scandal, romance, and intrigue will ensue in the family’s estate as the King and Queen of England pay them a royal visit.

    Ad Astra (September 20)

    In Ad Astra, Brad Pitt transforms into Roy McBride, an astronaut searching for his missing father in space. He goes to the outer edges of the solar system and discovers a mystery that is detrimental to the survival of the planet. Along the way, he will uncover secrets that challenge the nature of human existence and our place in the cosmos.

    The Goldfinch (September 25)

    Ansel Elgort stars in another gut-wrenching story with The Goldfinch. A 13-year old Theodore Decker loses his mother in a bombing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, a tragedy that changed the course of his life. Through a painting of a tiny bird chained to its perch, The Goldfinch, he holds on to hope. The movie is an adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of the same name written by Donna Tartt.

    The Haunt (September 25)

    One Halloween night, a group of friends looks for a little fun and giggles as they enter a realistic haunted house that is supposed to feed off their deepest, darkest fears. However, not everything inside is make-believe, and things get a little dangerous for their liking.

    Abominable (September 27)

    Abominable follows a young Yeti, who ends up on the roof of Yi’s apartment building in Shanghai. She and her friends befriend the magical beast and call him Everest. They go into an epic quest to bring him home to his family at the highest point on Earth. However, a wealthy man intends on capturing the Yeti, and a zoologist makes this journey hard for the trio and their unlikely friend.

    From horror slashers, animated films, and big-screen adaptations, September is shaping up as one exciting month for film enthusiasts. What’s your most anticipated film on the list? Let us know in the comments!

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