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Ten new movie releases you need to know about this month

September's biggest, best and trending films

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The Man Who Fell to Earth
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The Man Who Fell to Earth

Only David Bowie would have the confidence to play an alien with a Croydon accent. In Nicolas Roeg’s bonkers (and freakily ’70s) sci-fi he starred as Thomas Newton, an extra terrestrial who has crash-landed on Earth and starts a mega-corporation to develop the technology to take him back home. Watch it on the big screen while you can. 

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Sausage Party
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Sausage Party

Like Pixar with knob jokes, this foul-mouthed animation stars Seth Rogen as a horny talking sausage who learns the horrible truth – that the sole reason for his existence is to be cooked and eaten. 

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Bridget Jones's Baby
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Bridget Jones's Baby

Bridget’s back. And the big question is, who’s the dad? Ex Mark Darcy (Colin Firth) or a sleazy-looking billionaire (Patrick Dempsey). 

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Kubo and the Two Strings
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Kubo and the Two Strings

If you’ve never seen a film by Laika – the stop-motion studio behind ‘Coraline’ and ‘ParaNorman’ – now is the time. Their new 3D animation, about a boy with supernatural powers, is like Pixar, but darker. 

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Don't Breathe
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Don't Breathe

This twisty home invasion horror flick is late summer’s surprise hit. The story is simple: three twentysomething burglars get more than they bargained for when they rob a house in Detroit after discovering that the elderly blind man who lives there has just received a compensation pay-out. 

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Blair Witch
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Blair Witch

Seventeen years after the original found-footage low-budget fright flick ‘The Blair Witch Project’ hit cinemas, comes the sequel (let’s ignore 2000’s ‘Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2’). And would you believe it, it’s been worth the wait. 

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The Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years
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The Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years

He’s not known for doc-making, but ‘Da Vinci Code’ director Ron Howard captures the youth and irreverence of The Beatles in this film about their early touring years. 

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Little Men
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Little Men

New York director Ira Sachs is a master of telling emotionally real stories about life in the city. His latest is about gentrification in Brooklyn and follows two boys who become friends as their parents go to war (one of the boy’s dads is evicting the other’s mum). 

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Things to Come
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Things to Come

The amazingly talented French director Mia Hansen-Løve (just 35 and already on her sixth film) is back with another intelligent and thoughtful drama. Isabelle Huppert stars as a woman recently separated from her husband.

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Captain Fantastic
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Captain Fantastic

No, it’s not another men-in-Lycra superhero movie. This US indie comedy stars Viggo Mortensen as a hippy with six kids living off-grid in the middle of nowhere. After a tragedy, the family must return to civilization. 

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hd m
hd m

i really liked sultan movie

NWG
NWG

I was lucky enough to catch an advance screening of this movie, and I was extremely glad I did. After watching the previews I felt as though a lot of the movie was given away, but I was blown away by the performances on screen. The movie was centered around a champion prize fighter hitting rock bottom, and slowly climbing his way back into the ring. It was an emotional journey that cannot simply be categorized as a movie about boxing, but rather, an inspiring and riveting tale of parenthood and a father's love for his daughter. The cast was excellent and everyone excelled in their roles. I wouldn't have expected to like Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson in a role as much as I did. Jake Gyllenhaal and Forest Whitaker had Oscar worthy performances. Everyone did a great job with their roles. The cinematography was fantastic, and the fight scenes gave some great first person shots that made you feel as though you were there in the ring fighting along side the actors. Overall, this movie is an experience that is not to be missed

Chris jones
Chris jones

Schoenarts is amazing in 'Rust and Bone' as well, with Marainne Cotillard. By the way he's Belgian, not Dutch, and it not too hard to pronounce if you ignore the spelling - shone (rhymes with bone) arts - shone-arts .