Monday, September 1, 2014

Watch | Read | Listen {September 2014}

Hello September! It's the first year that I'm not going back to school and it feels really strange. I feel like I should be buying books and already doing homework. This was also the first summer that I didn't have off, so in a way it feels like I'm still waiting for summer to begin, but it's already over. 

Now that it's September new entertainment is coming out soon! I'll for sure be seeing Hector and the Search for Happiness and The Maze Runner in theaters. Last month, I saw The Giver and found it thought-provoking and wonderful. What did you think?

MOVIES

The Longest Week 
Conrad Valmont (Jason Bateman) is an over-educated, under-employed heir to the Valmont Hotel fortune, but when he's cut off by his soon-to-be divorced parents he's out on the streets of the Upper West Side. His old friend Dylan (Billy Crudrup) takes him in, but Conrad starts to fall for Dylan's girlfirend Beatrice (Olivia Wilde). (September 5)

Dr. Cabbie
An unemployed immigrant doctor (Vinay Virmani) becomes a cab driver and uses his cab to help treat people when he turns his cab into a mobile clinic. (September 19)

Hector and the Search for Happiness
Hector (Simon Pegg) is a psychiatrist who is unhappy with his life and heels he can't offer his patients advice that he himself doesn't understand, so he decides to go on a larger than life adventure to find true happiness. (September 19)

The Maze Runner
Thomas (Dyland O'Brien) wakes up trapped in a massive maze with a group of other boys and has no memory of the outside world. By piecing together the memories of his past, he hopes to unlock the reasons for why they're all there and how to get out. (September 19)

The Box Trolls
This is the tale of the Boxtrolls, monsters who live under the streets of Cheesebridge, who crawl out of the sewers at night to steal the townspeople's children and their cheese. But that's just rumor. In truth, the Boxtrolls are lovable creatures who are raising a human boy as one of their own. (September 26)

Other movies coming out:
  • Frontera (Sept. 5)
  • Mephis (Sept. 5)
  • The Remaining (Sept. 5)
  • My Old Lady (Sept. 10)
  • The Drop (Sept. 12)
  • The Green Prince (Sept. 12)
  • The Skeleton Twins (Sept. 12)
  • 20,000 Days on Earth (Sept. 17)
  • The Guest (Sept. 17)
  • Fort Bliss (Sept. 19)
  • This is Where I Leave You (Sept. 19)
  • Believe Me (Sept. 26)
  • Two Night Stand (Sept. 26)

BOOKS & MUSIC
Books & Music Sept 2014
  • The Secret Place (Dublin Murders Squad #5) by Tana French -- Detective Stephen Moran has been waiting to get his foot in the door of the Dublin Murder Squad and after getting a photo of a boy murdered in a girl's boarding school with the caption, "I know who murdered him," and now this is his chance. (September 2)
  • The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell -- After a terrible fight with her mother, Holly leaves her home and runs away, but she's no ordinary runaway; ever since she was a child she's heard voices and is a psychic. Holly catches the attention of a cabal of dangerous mystics and their enemies. (September 2)
  • The King's Curse by Philippa Gregory -- A threat to the volatile King Henry VII's claim to the throne, Margaret Pole, cousin to Elizabeth of York and daughter of George, Duke of Clarence, is married off to the kind Sir Richard Pole. After the Prince of Wales dies and his bride, Katherine, marries his brother, King VII, Margaret is called to court to be Katherine's lady-in-waiting. (September 9)
  • The Children's Act by Ian McEwan -- Fiona Maye, a High Court judge in London, throws herself into her work after her husband leaves her after he asks her to consider an open marriage. She takes on a difficult case about a boy whose parents won't give him a life-saving blood transfusion because of their religious beliefs. (September 9)
  • Lullabies by Lang Leav -- A sequel to Love & Misadventure, this book of poetry explores the intricacies of love and loss. (September 16)
  • Broken Monsters by Lauren Beukes -- Detective Gabriella Versado is shocked by a body found in Detroit -- half boy, half deer fused together, but more strange bodies keep cropping up and she needs to figure out who's doing this and why. (September 16)
  • Afterworlds by Scott Westerfeld -- Darcy Patel has put college on hold to publish her novel. She moves to New York City with no friends, but is taken under the wings of other writers, and over the next year finishes her book and falls in love. (September 23)
  • Not That Kind of Girl by Lena Dunham -- A collection of frank and funny essays about Lena Dunham's life written by none other than Lena Dunham herself. (September 30)
Maroon 5's V (Sept. 2) | Counting Crows' Somewhere Under Wonderland (Sept. 2)
The Kook's Listen (Sept. 9) | Chris Brown's X (Sept. 16)
Alt-J's This Is All Yours (Sept. 22)

Happy Labor Day, fellow Americans!

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9 comments:

  1. I actually don't think there's a movie I'm really excited for this month... Crazy! Definitely more excited for the new tv seasons! :)

    Jessica
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  2. this back to school season takes me back to my school time too, i wish i was going back school , use to love it

    Hector sounds intersesting

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  3. It's still weird for me not to go back to school at this time of year, and it's been a few years. It's a feeling I think I'll always have.

    There's some really good movies coming out!

    xo Jackie

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  4. TANA FRENCH YES!!!!!!!!! I will def be seeing Box Trolls and The Maze Runner (If only for Dylan O'Brien)

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  5. I haven't heard of a lot of these movies, but need to see them! I can't wait for The Maze Runner to come out - I wonder if it will be the same as the book.

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  6. not a big movie month for me, need to save up for the ones coming out in November!

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  7. I've been looking forward to The Boxtrolls for what feels like forever. It's probably the only movie I'll go see in theaters this month.

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  8. My friend has got us both tickets to see Lena discuss her book in London on Halloween. I almost wet myself when she asked me if I want to go with her. I will buy that book so hard the world won't know what's happened!!!

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  9. I am pumped for The Maze Runner. I haven't read the book but the movie looks amazing! I'm also excited for the new Scott Westerfeld book. I love his work and this one sounds right up my alley.

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