Best films out in September
The best films out in September include Bill Nighy's brilliant murder-mystery and Jennifer Lawrence's surreal horror
Here is a romance done properly, with all the blood, sweat, and tears – as well as mud, spit, vomit, and all other kinds of excrescence and effluence – needed to tell a real, pungent love story. God's Own Country is more than just the Yorkshire Dales' Brokeback Mountain.Read more ...
Bill Nighy is on the trail of a terrifying serial killer in Victorian London in this grievously undersold thriller. What could just have been another whodunnit with murdered prostitutes ends up being a feminist polemic with serious punch (and Bill Nighy).Read more ...
When it comes to It, you'll fall into one of two camps. You're either incredibly excited to see it, and can't wait to hurl your popcorn into the air with a shriek – or you'd rather eat your dinner off a sticky cinema carpet than go see this hair-raising horror based on Stephen King's epic novel.Read more ...
And if the idea of It turns your stomach, you're unlikely to be that willing to go brave Mother! – except, perhaps, that it stars Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem (if there's a sexier onscreen pairing, we don't know of it) and is directed by Darren 'Requiem for a Dream' Aronofsky. So it's going to by stylish horror, at least.Read more ...
Young, impetuous, unlikeable, and brilliant – it's hard to think of a better actor than Shia LaBeouf to play temper-tantrum tennis-star John McEnroe. This drama focuses on his rivalry with the comparatively Zen Swedish player Björn Borg in the 1970s.Read more ...
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