Top 7 Movies to Watch Out for This September [WATCH VIDEOS]

By Rochelle Paula Carino | 2 years ago
Top 7 Movies to Watch Out for This September [WATCH VIDEOS]
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The ber months have finally arrived, and there are so many things that we can look forward to, such as the much-awaited movies coming out this September. Check out Movie News Guide’s (MNG) top seven movies to watch out for the month below.


Sept. 19, 2014

The Maze Runner

Young-adult fiction novels sure have a thing for the dystopic era. Newcomer, “The Maze Runner,” is a movie to watch out for that will bring you to a whole new level of adrenalin rush with a group of guys, headed by Thomas (Dylan O’Brien), uncovering what lies beyond the maze and the truths behind their identities. Based on the novel by James Dashner, “The Maze Runner” certainly has a reputation to uphold the interest of the books readers and the general viewers alike.

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“A Walk Among Tombstones”

Catch Liam Neeson on a roll once more this year as he stars in another action-drama movie. Based on the novel by Lawrence Block, “A Walk Among Tombstones” is a story about an ex-NYPD cop turned private investigator who operates against the law. We’re all used to Liam Neeson bringing about a strong persona to the character he brings on screen, being the victimized good guy who emerges as the victor. For this movie, it’s time for us to expect him turn to the dark side that surpasses the right passage in order for him to achieve his perceived end.

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“This Is Where I Leave You”

A comedy drama featuring an all-star cast: Jason Bateman, Tina Fey, Adam Driver, Corey Stoll, Jane Fonda, Rose Byrne, Kathryn Hahn among all others. “This Is Where I Leave You” is a story about family and reconnecting old ties for the resolution of the present.

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A movie directed by Kevin Smith, “Tusk” is horror flick centered on the tribulations of a man slowly transforming into a walrus. The plot of the movie should be enough to send viewers on their way to other movie houses, but it is for this exact same reason that they will also be heading towards this movie, banking on the elements of pure curiosity.

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“Hector and the Search for Happiness”

Simon Pegg truly knows how to woe the hearts of his viewers with the way he is able to take you in a roller coaster of emotions. In “Hector and the Search for Happiness,” he stars as the psychologist who goes in a life-changing journey in search for true happiness.

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Sept. 26, 2014

“The Boxtrolls”

Laika Entertainment is known to bring forth heartfelt animated films that can virtually be compared to the fantastic prowess of Disney films. For their upcoming masterpiece, “The Boxstrolls” is a stop-motion animation centered on a baby boy that grew up with a family that is neither human nor animals. They are simply different, and the film seems to depict “different” in its most compassionate yet realistic approach. (via Collider)

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The Equalizer

There is just something about Denzel Washington being the definite embodiment of justice that surfaces on the very roles he undertakes. In “The Equalizer,” he stars as Robert McCall, an ex-Spec Ops officer who is determined to help those who are in need. For this movie’s case, he trudges down the bloody, violent path once more to rescue the damsel in distress who is played by Chloe Grace Moretz. As if the riveting plot and his acting prowess is not enough to have you dashing to the theaters for its opening, the movie also showcases his reunion with “Training Day” director Antoine Fuqua. (via Screen Rant)

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Those are the top seven movies to watch out for in September. Follow Movie News Guide (MNG) for more updates in the entertainment world.

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