Need to See 2017 Movies!

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This final few months of this year will welcome a great many new releases to go check out in the theater. Whether you are hanging with your friends, spending time with your family, or on a hot date (go you), there is something for everyone to enjoy. So, here are the biggest movie releases for September – December 2017.

First off, we have It. It follows the story of seven kids and their battle with an extraterrestrial being that takes the shape of the thing each one fears most, most commonly a clown named Pennywise that abducts and feeds on young children. (Rated R)

mother!, a story about a couple’s relationship being tested when uninvited guests arrive at their home, disrupting their peaceful lives. (Rated R)

The Lego Ninjago Movie is about six young ninjas balancing defending their island home of Ninjago and high school life. (Rated PG)

Stronger is the inspiring true story of a Boston bombing survivor inspiring people with his courage. (Rated R)

American Made is a film following the story of a pilot who works as a drug runner for the CIA in the 1980s. (Rated R)

Blade Runner 2049 is the sequel to Blade Runner. The story follows the new blade runner as he tries to find Deckard, the original runner, who has been missing for 30 years. (Rated R)

Jigsaw is the next installment in the Saw series, in which bodies begin to turn up all over, leading authorities to suspect John Kramer, even though the man known as Jigsaw has been dead for over a decade. (Rated R)

Thor: Ragnarok. The Next installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe finds Thor imprisoned on an alien planet and forced to fight for the inhabitant’s amusement, while the evil goddess Hel tries to bring about the destruction of all life, known in Norse mythology as Ragnarok. (Rated PG-13)

Justice League is the story of the team up of DC’s most famous heroes to fight Steppenwolf, an evil being from the sinister world of Apokolips. (Rated PG-13)

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is the second installment in J.J. Abram’s third Star Wars trilogy. Rey has found Luke Skywalker and begins her training to become a Jedi, so she can help in the war against Kylo Ren and the First Order. (Rated PG-13)

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.  This is a reboot of the classic film, and this adaptation follow a group of kids who are sucked into a jungle themed arcade game where they play as the avatars they choose. (Rated PG-13)

Pitch Perfect 3 is the final installment of the Pitch Perfect series. The Bellas reunite for one last competition at an overseas tour. (Rated PG-13)

If you don’t want to pay the ridiculous price to see a movie at a big theater like Carmike Cinemas in Findlay, here are some things you can do. At the Carmike in Findlay, Tuesday is five dollar ticket day, with great deals on concessions as well. Also, you could go to Shannon Theater in Bluffton, my personal favorite place to catch a flick. Tickets for 2-D showings are always $4, with 3-D showings at $6. You can text MOVIES to 33733 to receive text notifications on what will be playing at the Shannon, pictured above, and at what time. I use this feature and personally love it. Whatever your taste, there is always something you can enjoy at the theater, so head to a theater and check out what’s in some time. It’s always a fun pastime.

By: Dylan Hiegel

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