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What’s Coming to Movie Theatres in September 2019

What’s Coming to Movie Theatres in September 2019

By Simon Hung

The summer blockbuster season is winding down, but there are a few notable new movies coming in September, including IT Chapter Two on September 6 and Ad Astra on September 20!

You'll save the most money by catching a movie early in the month, because you can get a regular ticket for any movie at Cineplex or Landmark Cinemas for just $6.99 between August 30 and September 3! Plus, Virgin Mobile customers can get a free 2-for-1 ticket at Cineplex every two weeks until December 18!

Here's what's playing in movie theatres in September 2019 -- all major movies are included, but some limited-engagement events have been omitted.

September 5

September 6

September 10

September 12

September 13

September 14

September 15

September 20

September 27

September 28

September 29

All movies are linked to their Cineplex page to make ordering tickets easier, but most releases are also available at other theatres including Imagine Cinemas, Landmark Cinemas or Rainbow Cinemas. Some movies are available in multiple formats at Cineplex -- read our guide to learn what each one has to offer and find more tips on how to save money at the movies!

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Source: Cineplex

17 Comments

    • Looking forward to this one!
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    • looks kinda interesting
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    • Ad Astra ('To The Stars') is nicely shot with some decent FX that makes it look like it was really shot in space. there is a fair bit of disbelief in the last part of the story, but overall it looks great. The musical score is dramatic to reflect the brooding nature of Pitt's character and his mission.

      As for the story I found it to be ridiculous. I give it a C.
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    • Saw this yesterday and I definitely liked it more than "Gravity" with Sandra Bolluck from 2013. I always thought it was the most over-rated and critically acclaimed sci-fi film ever and I saw it in IMAX too. LOL
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    • Mr_Fanta wrote: Saw this yesterday and I definitely liked it more than "Gravity" with Sandra Bolluck from 2013. I always thought it was the most over-rated and critically acclaimed sci-fi film ever and I saw it in IMAX too. LOL
      Ok good to know. I didn't like Gravity sucked and also found it over-rated.

      I guess I'll capitalize on Scene free movie day to watch this.
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    • Well, lost 2 hours of my life there I’ll never get back. Don’t do it man, I’ve warned you.
      Still waiting for an apology from my wife for picking this one.
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    • I found gravity mildly entertaining, but the idea that you could navigate 3 dimension space with nothing but a thruster pack on your spacesuit really bugged me. Even apollo era spaceships needed some kind of navigation software. I suppose Apollo 13 used a sextant, but they were aiming for a giant blue ball.. not so much other spacecraft whipping around the earth at high speeds. Still I enjoyed the movie enough that I must of looked past that a bit.

      Ad Astra. I got into it for the first 20 or 30 minutes then it kept getting worse. Pretty much as soon as they got on moon rovers. I was wondering why they would still be using moon rovers when they seem able to move bigger equipment to the moon. The only reason Apollo used them was because they were light and could fit in the LEM. Then they go to Mars which has proper Mars vehicles.... but yah the movie was kind of boring... lunar rovers aside.
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    • charger99 wrote: Well, lost 2 hours of my life there I’ll never get back.
      I'm sad that I mostly agree but there were a couple of intriguing scenes IMO
      Overall not for most movie goers
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    • Ya agree I found it boring
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    • Honestly, sometimes no matter how good you think your home entertainment system is at home. You probably would have enjoyed the movie on a big screen in the movie theatre.
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    • same - watched this and while some of the shots are nice - overall a very forgettable movie.

      Wifey was wondering the same about the rovers - and why the heck were they traveling in open vehicles when you know there are space pirates (and how did the pirates get there)....
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    • Such a bizarre, boring movie.
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