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7 Must-Watch Movies In The Month Of September

September’s filled with many blockbusters that will keep everyone in the family entertained – and we’ve got the lowdown on your must-watch movies for this month! 

Logan Lucky

In Theatres: 07 September 2017, Rating: PG13

West Virginia brothers Jimmy and Clyde Logan have had a lifetime of wrong thrust upon them. Jimmy was a high school football star bound for the big leagues in the NFL until his knee blew out, while Clyde lost his hand while serving the country on a tour in Iraq. Believing that his family is cursed, Jimmy comes up with an elaborate scheme to break the curse, and with the help of Clyde and their sister Mellie, plans to rob all of the cash that flows through the Charlotte Motor Speedway on race day. 

Midnight Runners

In Theatres: 07 September 2017, Rating: PG13

Police academy recruits Ki Joon and Hee Yeol couldn’t be more different, one has a rambunctious personality while the other’s a bookish nerd. But the two students at the Korean National Police University soon become fast friends as they go through their training together. While on a night out, the pair witnesses a young woman being kidnapped, but even after reporting the incident to their superiors, lack of evidence and bureaucratic obstacles halt the authorities’ investigation. Frustrated, the police cadets then decide to go on their own amateur manhunt, hoping to save the woman before it’s too late. 

The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature

In Theatres: 07 September 2017, Rating: PG

Our favourite band of misfits are back once again for some nutty adventures! We once again find ourselves alongside Surly Squirrel and his gang, where they have just found out that the evil mayor has decided to bulldoze Liberty Park and intend to build a dangerous amusement park in its place. But not one to back down without a fight, Surly and his friends have to band together to save their home, defeat the mayor, and take back the park. 

Daddy You Daughter Me

In Theatres: 07 September 2017, Rating: PG

Like any typical high school student, Do Yeon hates the entire world except for a certain boy at school, who doesn’t seem to notice Do Yeon exists. Additionally, she also has a rocky relationship with her father, Sang Tae, who has been working for the same company as a mid-level manager for many years but has never gotten a promotion. But just when their luck is about to change – Do Yeon finally gets noticed by her crush, and Sang Tae has a chance to get a promotion – a magical force suddenly switches the pair’s bodies. Now going through life in each other’s body, can the father-daughter duo make it through this life-changing experience? 

Kingsman: The Golden Circle

In Theatres: 21 September 2017, Rating: NC16

After finding their headquarters destroyed and with the world held hostage, our favourite Kingsman agents head to the other side of the world to join an allied spy organisation called the Statesman. When Poppy, a notorious criminal mastermind from the secret group, The Golden Circle, surfaces, the two organisations will have to learn to set aside their differences in order to neutralise the threat and save the day. And hey, things might not turn out to be so bad for Eggsy, as it seems like his mentor Harry Hart isn’t dead after all. 


In Theatres: 28 September 2017, Rating: PG13 

During an intense battle with robotic machines in war-ravaged Kenya, an American Special Forces soldier suffers amnesia after being knocked unconscious, and later wakes up in a jail cell where he meets French foreign aide doctor, Nadia. There, he finds out that the world has been invaded by strange alien machines and after managing to escape jail, the pair finds themselves wandering through the battlefield in search of refuge. But bonds are tested when the soldier realises his true identity…

The LEGO Ninjago Movie

In Theatres: 28 September 2017, Rating: TBC

By day, Master Builder Lloyd and his friends are ordinary high school students, but by night, the six friends are gifted ninja warriors who fight villains and monsters all across Ninjago City. But a new evil is threatening the safety of the city, and the warriors – with the help of Master Wu – must now set off on their biggest mission yet to defeat the evil warlord Garmadon, who also happens to be Lloyd’s dad. Pitting father against son, the epic showdown will put to test these modern day ninjas who will have to learn to put aside their egos in order to unleash the inner power of Spinjitzu. 

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