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It’s time for another movie night, click read more to find out this month’s theme.
The theme for this month with be…
This month we’re going to start doing something new. Instead of going straight to the poll, we’ll give you descriptions of the movie options (information taken from IMDb.com /descriptions from RottenTomatoes.com )
End of Watch
Rated: R (strong violence, some disturbing images, pervasive language including sexual references, and some drug use)
Average score: 7.6/10
From the writer of Training Day, End of Watch is a riveting action thriller that puts audiences at the center of the chase like never before. Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Peña star as young LA police officers who discover a secret that makes them the target of the country’s most dangerous drug cartel.
Rated: R (for torture/violence and language)
Average score: 6.8/10
The director of the Academy Award-winning 2006 crime drama Tsotsi returns to the helm with this tale of a Middle East CIA operative who begins to have doubts about his latest assignment after witnessing the interrogation of a suspected suicide bomber by secret police.
Rated: R (some strong killings, language, drug material and brief sexual images)
Average rating: 7.7/10
The true story behind the murders that many crime scholars believe to be the most perplexing series of unsolved crimes in modern history comes to the screen in chilling detail as Fight Club and Seven director David Fincher steps behind the camera to tell the mysterious tale of the infamous Zodiac killer. A relentless serial killer is stalking the streets of the San Francisco Bay Area, leaving citizens locked into a constant state of panic, and baffled authorities scrambling for clues.
Rated: R (pervasive language, some violent images and strong sexual content)
Average rating: 7.0/10
A young man gets a crash course in the madness of war in this fact-based drama from director Sam Mendes. Anthony “Swoff” Swofford (Jake Gyllenhaal) decides to join the Marines, just like his father and his father before him, and signs on just in time to be sent to Iraq to fight in the Gulf War in 1991.
Rated: PG (language, brief teen sensuality and alcohol use, and for some thematic elements)
Average rating: 7.7/10
NASA engineer Homer H. Hickam, Jr.’s autobiography provided the basis for this drama about a teenager coming of age at the dawn of the space race. In 1957, Homer Hickam (Jake Gyllenhaal) is a high school student in Coalwood, West Virginia when the Soviet Union launches Sputnik, the first man-made satellite. While most of his friends and neighbors react with fear or distrust, Homer is instantly fascinated and begins studying everything he can find on jet and rocket design.
Rated: R (language, some drug use and violence)
Average Rating: 8.1/10
Donnie (Jake Gyllenhaal) is a bright and charming high-school student who also has a dark and willfully eccentric side; he does little to mask his contempt for many of his peers and enjoys challenging the authority of the adults around him. Donnie is also visited on occasion by Frank, a monstrous six-foot rabbit that only Donnie can see who often urges him to perform dangerous and destructive pranks.
The times for it are below.
CPA Central Movie Night #4
Friday, September 20th
6:00pm PST 7:00pm MST 8:00pm CST 9:00pm EST
As you can see, this is a US Movie Night seeing as the previous was a UK Movie Night but for any of those in the United Kingdom who wish to join us if you happen to be up at 2AM, feel free.
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