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Also Playing in September

Quick looks at additional films in theaters this September

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Frontera
A Mexican man (Michael Peña) who illegally crossed the U.S. border is accused of killing an Arizona woman, and a former sheriff (Ed Harris) is on the hunt for the truth. 9/5

God Help the Girl
Belle & Sebastian lead singer Stuart Murdoch wrote and directed a musical film about emo kids in bohemian Glasgow. 9/5

Last Days in Vietnam
A documentary directed by Rory Kennedy (the youngest daughter of Bobby) examines American efforts to save 35,000 South Vietnamese just before the fall of Saigon. 9/5

My Old Lady
Kevin Kline plays a man who inherits a Paris apartment with a longtime resident en suite (Maggie Smith). 9/10

Before I Go To Sleep
In a thriller based on S.J. Watson’s novel, an amnesiac (Nicole Kidman) wakes up each day forgetting her past, including the existence of her husband (Colin Firth). 9/12

Dolphin Tale 2
If you thought Winter from the first Dolphin Tale was adorable, look out when Hope emerges as the new finned star at Florida’s Clearwater Marine Aquarium. 9/12

The Drop
A Brooklyn bartender (Tom Hardy) finds himself in over his head, caught between mobsters and the cops, in an indie based on a Dennis Lehane story and featuring James Gandolfini’s final film appearance. 9/12

The Guest
The Peterson family invite their late son’s friend and fellow soldier (Dan Stevens) into their home after he returns from Afghanistan, but his motivations seem awfully sketchy. 9/17

Tusk
In Kevin Smith’s new genre mash-up, a podcaster (Justin Long) is abducted by a creepy Canadian seafarer (Michael Parks), prompting a search by a radio DJ (Haley Joel Osment). 9/19

The Zero Theorem
Terry Gilliam’s new visual feast follows a computer programmer (Christoph Waltz) who keeps getting distracted from his quest to understand the meaning of life. 9/19

Hector and the Search for Happiness
In an adaptation of François Lelord’s novel, Hector (Simon Pegg) is so discontent with his life that he decides to travel around the world to find out what makes other people happy. 9/26

The Two Faces of January
Greece, 1962. A vacationing American couple (Viggo Mortensen and Kirsten Dunst) meet a tour guide/con man (Oscar Isaac) — but who’s scamming whom in this Patricia Highsmith adaptation? 9/26

Two Night Stand
When a freak snowstorm hits New York City, two twentysomethings (Miles Teller and Analeigh Tipton) must prolong what was supposed to be a one-night-only hookup. 9/26

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