As far as major motion picture releases are concerned for the month of September "Insidious 2" and "Rush" look to be the most promising. For one, you have Thor(Hemsworth) playing a race car driver with a wild streak in "Rush" and then you have suspense and pure evil in "Insidious 2". So when it comes down to selecting which movies to see in theaters this month, it is essentially a no-brain-er. Now we are aware of other titles that have been creating a bit of a stir such as "Don Juan" and "Riddick", but we feel our top 2 picks will easily take over box offices for the month based on appeal and past history.
So if your still not convinced as to why we picked these two, we'll share a little of what are predictions for these two films are and you can see if your thoughts match up. So without further delay, Let's begin...
Insidious Chapter: 2 9/13/13
Now for those that have seen the first one, you already know what time it is..lol It's time to get the popcorn and make sure your nightlight is fully charged because we're in for a treat. As if the first "Insidious" didn't already leave us with our mouths open, the ghosts are back and they have some unfinished business with the Lamberts. Sometimes when you cross over to the other-side, you bring back a little more than a piece of mind. This idea alone peaks our curiosity because one never knows what's just over our shoulders if we could only see... This movie is going to be one in the runnings for horror of the year right next to "The Conjuring" and you remember how good that one was.
"More powerful than the fear of death is the will to win"- Rush
Now that's some serious drive wouldn't you say? We are going to be in for a treat with this one because not only do we have two great actors, we have burning tires, passion and honor hitting us in the face over 100 plus! What's a good reason not to be amped about this film? If anyone can honestly say that they are not looking forward to seeing "Rush", please feel free to leave your thoughts below. Hemsworth, one of the leads, is most known for his performances in "Thor" and "Snow White", but this film will definitely take him out of that box as a brute with a pretty face and give him plenty of room to show his acting chops. Another noteworthy item about this film is that it's based on a true story and who doesn't love that?
Now, you've read our thoughts about movies to see in September, what are yours? Have you picked other titles to watch or do these two films more than fit the bill?