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Skip & Watch 9/17 – 9/20

After a few slow weeks of movie premiers, this week features Black Mass, Everest, and Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials. For the most part, you’ll be pretty safe watching all of these movies. SO instead of telling you to not watch any of these, I’ll rank these movies in order of which one you should watch first:

  1. Maze Runner: Scorch Trials 

    The reason why I have this one first is because it’s a sequel to a pretty good movie in the original Maze Runner. I’ll admit, I had no idea that this movie was a part of 5 book series. But I enjoyed the first movie and am looking forward to seeing where this story goes. The film stars Dylan O’Brien and Kaya Scodelario.

  2. Black Mass 

    Do I need to say much more other than the fact that this movie stars Johnny Depp? And to take it up a notch, Depp isn’t playing Jack Sparrow! Jack Sparrow plays Whitey Bulger, a criminal, who is convinced to help fight the Italian mob. If you haven’t seen anything about this movie, google Black Mass and you’ll see how they made Johnn Depp look. Also, I forgot to mention that Benedict Cumberbatch (one of my current favorite actors) and even Kevin Bacon are in the film. This movie was very close to being number 1 on my list.

  3. Everest 

    I personally think this movie won’t be great but at the same time won’t be an incredible waste of money. SO in other words, if you have a ton of money and have already seen the other two movies listed above, you can go watch This movie based on a true story has an all-star cast that includes Jason Clarke, Jake Gyllenhaal, Josh Brolin, Keira Knightley, and others. If you’ve watched the trailer, you pretty much know what this movie is about so I won’t really waste any time talking about the plot.

 

Let us know what you think of this list! If you have already seen these movies let us know what you thought! Just warn us if you are giving spoilers.

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