Let’s go to the movies… September 2017

Patti Cake$

1 September

Wannabe rapper Patricia Dombrowski (Danielle Macdonald), aka Killa P aka Patti Cake$, is after fame in her small-town New Jersey home. As a white woman, it’s not the most straightforward of journeys. The critics loved it, and Amy Schumer is also a fan. Good for fans of Hustle & Flow and 8 Mile.


8 September

The super creepy Stephen King novel about a shape-shifting clown is getting a 2017 big-screen update – and if the trailer is anything to go by, we’re going to wet ourselves. Kids in a suburban town are disappearing, with only their bloody remains left behind. A group of seven youngsters join forces to try put an end to his evil – it’s like Stranger Things, but with the fear factor turned up to 100.


15 September

Hollywood heavyweights Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem are joining forces in this new release from director Darren Aronofsky, the man behind Black Swan and Requiem for a Dream – so we’ve got a fair idea that this is going to be a weird one. A couple’s perfectly ordinary life is turned upside down when a mysterious couple (Ed Harris and Michelle Pfeiffer) arrive to stay with them.  This psychological horror takes J-Law away from her usual roles, but we’re kind of excited.

Kingsman: The Golden Circle

20 September

Gentlemen fighting off bad guys? We’re so into it! If you loved the first Kingsman movie, the Secret Service, you’re in for a treat. Eggsy (Taron Egerton) is back, this time dealing with the aftermath of the Kingsman headquarters being destroyed – and he finds himself in the States, dealing with a US spy organisation, Statesman. The two join forces to fight a common enemy – expect OTT fight scenes a-plenty. The sequel’s got the star factor, with big names like Channing Tatum, Halle Berry, Julianne Moore and even Elton John on board.

Home Again

29 September

Reese Wetherspoon is one of our favourite actresses. Capable of gritty drama in Big Little Lies, cute animated films like Sing, award-winning performances in Walk the Line and for brining us the iconic Elle Woods in Legally Blonde, she’s a jack of all trades. This autumn, she’s back to her rom-com roots with Home Again, the story of single mum Alice whose life changes when three young single men move into her house.

Preview image: 20th Century Fox

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