Not To Be Missed Movies In Second Half 2017

Hollywood has given us the most exciting movies in the past few years. The first half of 2017 was great and the second half would be no different. Here are some upcoming movies which you should not miss.

8. Kingsman: The Golden CircleKingsman The Golden Circle

Release date: 21st September, 2017
It could be a near perfect action movie for the second half of 2017. The movie is a sequel of Kingsman: The Secret Service and is likely to draw the interest of audience just like its predecessor. The movie revolves around the resolve of Harry Barry to expose an allied American spy organization which is known by the name of The Statesman.

7. ITIT movie

Release date: 8th September, 2017
With movies as Stranger Things achieving phenomenal success, the trend set by movies during 1980’s is returning. IT seems to be a movie following the same league. This movie is based on a novel written by Stephen King and tells the horrific tale of seven children and a clown who is all set to kill them at any cost.

6. Atomic BlondeAtomic Blonde

Release date: 27th July, 2017
The movie is based on a graphic novel The Coldest City. The film stars Charlize Therton and Sophia Boutella. The depiction of a female action hero is something for which Atomic Blonde should be watched.

5. Murder on Orient ExpressMurder on Orient Express

Release date: 3rd November, 2017
This movie stars Johnny Depp, Penelope Cruz and William Dafoe among others. Murder on Orient Express is based on a 1934 novel by Agatha Christie which is based on efforts which a detective Hercule Poirot makes to solves murder of Mr. Ratchett on a moving train.

4. DunkirkDunkirk

Release date: 13th July, 2017
This movie stars Tom Hardy, Kenneth Barangh and Mark Rylance. The plot of the movie is still mysterious but it will be a period war epic. It is the tenth directorial endeavor of Christopher Nolan.

3. Blade Runner 2049Blade Runner 2049

Release date: 4th October, 2017
It is a sequel of 1982 science fiction Blade Runner. Ryan Gosling seeks help from a retired officer Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) to prevent the world falling in wrong hands. The director Denis Villeneuve aims to make it a sequel which ultimately should be nominated for Best picture award.

2. The Glass CastleThe Glass Castle

Release date: 11th August, 2017
The Glass castle features Brie Larson, Naomi Watts and Woody Harrelson and is a memoir written by Jeannette Walls which is based on her own life. The story depicts her story in a family which has an alcoholic father and an artist mother.

1. DetroitDetroit movie

Release date: 4th August, 2017
The movie is inspired from the 1967 riots in Detroit, USA and takes up issues as racial discrimination and police brutality from a new angle. The movie will have remarkable contribution from Karthryn Bigelow and Mark Boal.

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