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5 Massive Movies Of October 2014

Movies of October 2014

What are the big releases hitting South African cinemas this month?

Cinemas around SA are set to unleash some pretty epic movies to capture our attention this month, including some long-anticipated sequels and new films to satisfy a fan of every genre.

Dracula Untold
3 October

Director Gary Shore revamps the myth of one of Hollywood’s most enduring stories as Luke Evans takes on the role of great warrior Vlad the Impaler, who went on to become the household name that is Count Dracula.    The horror story is set in Vlad’s homeland of Romania during the Turkish invasion, as Vlad leads his army to see off their attackers. However, when circumstances lead to him losing his soul, his real destiny is realized as a doomed creature of the night.

Automata
10 October

In this futuristic sci-fi thriller Jacq Vaucan (Antonio Banderas), an insurance agent of ROC Robotics Corporation, routinely investigates a case of a robot that has been illegally manipulated. However, what begins as an everyday investigation soon threatens to uncover profound consequences for the future of all humankind.

Gone Girl
10 October

In this crime drama Nick Dunne (Ben Affleck) and his beautiful wife, Amy (Rosamund Pike) move to a small-town and open a business with money from her trust fund. However, on their fifth wedding anniversary Nick reports that Amy has gone missing, and he becomes a suspect in her disappearance when his version of their married life differs from the version investigators discover in the pages of Amy’s journal.

This Is Where I Leave You
17 October

When Judd Foxman’s (Jason Bateman) father dies, the family comes together for the first time in years. However, Judd’s wife, who’s having an affair, is noticeably absent.

Judd, grieving for his father and his marriage, joins his dysfunctional non-practicing Jewish family as they fulfil his father’s final wish and sit Shivah together, spending seven days and nights under the same roof during which time secrets are revealed, long-time grudges come to the forefront and old passions are rekindled.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
17 October

Producer Michael Bay (Transformers) presents this big screen reboot of an 80’s TV and movie franchise. When New York City is threatened by the evil Shredder and his Foot Clan, four unlikely outcast brothers rise from the sewers and discover their destiny as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Megan Fox stars as ace reporter April O’Neil.

Which movie are you most excited to see this month? Let us know in the comments section below.

 

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