Monday, September 3, 2012

Movies I Want To See (September 2012)

In August, I ended up seeing The Odd Life of Timothy Green because my mom won two tickets to a screening. Yay! If you haven't seen it, I would really recommend it. It was beautifully shot and heartwarming. This month there are even more movies I want to see, and most of them are in the category of sci-fi and action/adventure.
 
For A Good Time, Call...
Technically, this movie came out in August, but I forgot to post it for last month (oops). Anyway, this comedy follows two women Lauren (Lauren Anne Miller) and Kate (Ari Graynor) who both need money and used to be enemies. One day Lauren discovers that Katie is working as a phone-sex operator and sees it as a good business opportunity. This movie* looks absolutely hilarious. (August 31)
 
*Warning: I linked it to the red-band trailer.
 
Branded
In this dystopian sci-fi thriller, mega corporations have created a global conspiracy in order to get inside our heads and keep us dependent on them by the use of their ads and products. One man wants to find out the truth about how they corporations are doing it and to stop it. The trailer definitely looks intriguing. Starring Ed Stoppard, Leelee Sobieski, and Max von Sydow. (September 7)
 
The Words
Rory Jansen (Bradley Cooper) has always sought after literary success, so when he finds a beautiful manuscript he publishes it as his own. Soon the past comes back to haunt him and he must confront the fact that his fame comes from stealing another man's work. Also starring Zoe Saldana, Jeremy Irons, and Dennis Quaid. I want to see this movie not just because I'm a writer, but because it looks like a fantastic movie. (September 7)
 
The Perks of Being A Wallflower
This touching coming-of-age story based on the novel by Stephen Chbosky follows a young man and his friends as they grow up, find love, discover loss, and realize that all you need are good friends to help you get through life. (September 14)
 
Dredd
America is now a wasteland. In Mega City One, a violent, criminal-ridden city running from Boston to D.C., cops now called Judges are judge, jury, and executioner. Dredd (Karl Urban) is feared througout the city, and is tasked with stopping the producers of "Slo-Mo," a drug that has its users experiencing reality at a slower speed. (September 21)
 
Looper
This futuristic action thriller, time travel has been invented but is illegal and only available on the black market. When the mob wants to get rid of someone completely, they send the person thirty years into the past, where a looper is waiting to kill them. Joe (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) is a looper and he's getting rich doing it, but one day they send his future self (Bruce Willis) back into to "close the loop." Fast-paced, interesting premise, and you can't go wrong with Gordon-Levitt and Willis. (September 28)
 
Other films coming out in September:
  • Bachelorette (September 5)
  • Hello I Must Be Going (September 7)
  • Rec 3 (September 7)
  • 10 Years (September 14)
  • Arbitage (September14)
  • Resident Evil: Retribution (September 14)
  • House at the End of the Street (September 21)
  • Trouble with the Curve (September 21)
  • The Waiting Room (September 26)
  • Hotel Transylvania (September 28)
  • Won't Back Down (September 28)
 
Which movies are you going to see this month?


 
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4 comments:

  1. So many movies, so little time! I'm actually really looking forward to some animations that are coming out this year. Like Rise of the Guardians and that Wreck It Ralph movie.

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    1. I totally agree! There really isn't enough time to do everything! I can't wait to see Wreck It Ralph!

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  2. i want to see perks of being a wallflower!

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