September Monthly Snapshot

I didn’t see as many films this month as I would have liked but I still managed to fit a few in. I was surprised by the quality of some of the movies, with some of them living up to my expectations and others not quite as good as I expected.

Here are the movies I saw in September ranked from Best to Worst.

IT – 8/10

Image via Warner Brothers

I really loved this movie. I thought it was brilliant how the movie focused more on the concept of fear and frightening the characters, not trying to frighten the audience. There are elements of a great coming of age movie like Stand By Me or The Goonies, with the addition of a murderous clown.

Read the full review here

Battle of the Sexes – 7/10

Image via Fox Searchlight

This well-acted biopic is extremely relevant movie for many of the social issues going on with the world. It tells the story of Billie Jean King and her fight for women’s equality in tennis, and how she played former Men’s champion Bobbie Riggs in what was dubbed The Battle of the Sexes. It could see Emma Stone get a second nomination for Best Actress.

Read the full review here


Kingsman: The Golden Circle – 6.5/10

Image via Twentieth Century Fox

The second instalment of the Kingsman franchise see the Kingsman join forces with the American group The Statesmen to take on The Golden Circle. It might not be as good as the first movie but it was still a lot of fun. The addition of Elton John was definitely a high point.

Read the full review here


American Made – 6.5/10

Image via Universal

A gorgeously shot, well-made Tom Cruise movie, with subject matter we have seen get covered excessively recently. This is inspired by true events, but could be seen more as a lose true story of Barry Seal, a CIA pilot who helped traffic guns and drugs through North and South America.

Read the full review here


Colossal – 6.5/10

Image via Transmission Films

An extremely weird sci-fi dramatic comedy. Colossal has some great performances and a random plot. Sometimes the sci-fi element works but it doesn’t seem to always fit. Anne Hathaway and Jason Sudeikis both give fantastic performances that carry the film.

Read the full review here


American Assassin – 6/10

Image via CBS Films

The main problem with American Assassin is that it feels like two different films, and it’s problems could be fixed with just a few plot changes. It still was a fun movie with some cool action sequences, I do hope it gets a sequel.

Read the full review here

So that is all the movies I reviewed in September. What were your favourite movies that you saw in September. Do you agree with my list? Let me know in the comments section below.

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