11 Hollywood Movies Releasing this Friday – 12th September 2014

Hollywood Films Coming Out In September 2014

With Guardians of the Galaxy still roaring loud at box office, there is a very little possibility that we might see another blockbuster in the month of September. Surely there will be good films released in this period but it is very hard to imagine that any of the film will De-throne Guardians of Galaxy from the first place. The first Friday of September has gone and Guardians of the Galaxy has already buried recently released Identical in the pile of flop 2014 films. If I Stay and Teenage Mutant Ninja turtles are doing good and giving competition to the Marvel’s blockbuster film. Lets Be Cops and As Above, So Below also are performing well but they might not stay longer in the Top 10 List as this friday we will see release of 11 Hollywood films world wide. Here is brief overview of all the films releasing this friday – 12th September 2014:

Films Releasing this friday

1. The Skelton Twins: The most talked about release of this friday is The Skelton Twins. Starring Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader in the titular roles, the film follows their estrange relationship and how they improve it. Luke Wilson plays the role of Kristen Wiig’s husband. The Skelton twins trailer was liked by fans and it might turn out a heart touching drama comedy film.

2. The Drop: The Drop is the last work of Late actor James Gandolfini. I think this reason is enough for a fan to watch this movie. The film stars Tom Hardy in lead role along with Noomi rapace. It is a Crime thriller film which follows Tom Hardy’s character Bob being double crossed during a robbery.

3. No Good Deed: Handsome actor Idris Alba is back again to charm the ladies. No Good Deed is a thriller film whose plot sounds similar to Panic Room and When Stranger Calls. The film revolves around a happily married woman Terri (Taraji P Henson) who on one night helps a stranger when his car is broke. One thing she doesn’t know is that the stranger (Idris Elba) is a escaped convict and has dangerous motives in his head.

4. Dolphin Tale 2: Its hard to imagine a friday without a sequel now a days. Dolphin tale 2 saves this friday. Starring Morgan Freeman and Ashley Judd in lead roles the film follows the work of a team that tries to find a companion for a dolphin. You might want to watch this film if you liked Dolphin Tale.

5. The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them: The beautiful Jessica Chastain stars opposite James Mcavoy in this highly anticipated romance thriller film. The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them follows the life of a young couple who are now estranged. They try to improve their love life and relationship but one thing they don’t know is that the more they dig in the past the more awry the situation will get.

6. Atlas Shrugged: Who is John Galt?: The third and final installment in the Atlas Shrugged series may not had created much buzz but it may turn out a good watch. Watch it if you are fan of Atlas Shrugged series.

7. My Old Lady: Comedy sets in European culture backdrop always turns out good to watch. My Old Lady is the latest addition in such scenario. Starring Maggie Smith, Kevin Kline and Kristin Scott thomas, the film follows the life of an American man who finds another resident at his apartment that he has rented recently in paris.

8. Swearnet: The Movie: Swearnet revolves around a group of people who want to make internet censor free. It stars Mike smith and Robb wells in lead roles.

9. Bird People: Bird people is a romance drama film about a man who suddenly leaves his family and wife and live alone at a Apartment in Paris. Things take turns and he falls in love with a maid. The film stars Radha Mitchell and Josh Charles.

10. The Green Prince: The Green Prince is a documentary film which follows the life of Palestinian leader Mosab Hassan Yousef.

11. Honeymoon: Honeymoon is a horror film which stars Rose Leslie in lead role. It revolves around a couple who goes on Honeymoon on the country side.

So which film are you going to watch?

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