31 August 2013

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Upcoming Romantic Movies In September

As summer slowly but surely draws to a close and autumn breezes lie just around the corner, take advantage of the upcoming cool weather to see one of Hollywood’s new releases! Weekend nights are going to be chilly in September so it's a good thing so many fantastic movies will be coming to theaters. Grab your boyfriend, girlfriend, wife, husband, or whomever you want, and have a romantic date-night at the movies. Most of these films will be in limited release so keep an eye out at your local independent or art house theater. [...]

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As summer slowly but surely draws to a close and autumn breezes lie just around the corner, take advantage of the upcoming cool weather to see one of Hollywood’s new releases! Weekend nights are going to be chilly in September so it's a good thing so many fantastic movies will be coming to theaters. Grab your boyfriend, girlfriend, wife, husband, or whomever you want, and have a romantic date-night at the movies. Most of these films will be in limited release so keep an eye out at your local independent or art house theater.

Adore | R | 1h19m 
In Theaters: September 6, 2013
This dramatic love story, written by Doris Lessing and directed by Anne Fontaine, takes place at the Australian seaside where Lil (Naomi Watts) and Roz (Robin Wright) delve into the physical and psychological intricacies of passion, virtue, and love. This film is sure to be as beautiful as it is interesting due to being shot with a 35mm Cinemascope allowing for vivid colors and brilliant textures.

Shuddh Desi Romance | Un-rated | 2h30m 
In Theaters: September 6, 2013
This realistic love story is sure to strike a chord with any audience member. Despite taking place in India, the inherent relatability of the characters is what should make this film an enormous success upon release. This is one rom-com you will definitely want to see.

And While We Were Here | R | 1h23m 
In Theaters: September 13, 2013
In And While We Were Here, Kate Bodsworth finds herself in a romance written and directed by Kat Coiro. The actress has performed in numerous romantic flicks is sure to wow us again playing Jane, a young American writer, who travels on a business trip with her busy husband and, while working on her own writing, meets and finds herself in an affair with a younger man.

Newlyweeds | R | 1h27m 
In Theaters: September 18, 2013
This film is, in essence, a dark comedy accompanied with notes of romance. It would be a fantastic choice for those not interested in the sappy and mushy qualities of ordinary love stories. It follows the odd married life of a young couple that confronts the reality that the magic of their romance has faded. They decide that the solution would be to smoke marijuana and find themselves changed completely, but not in the ways that they hoped they would be. While addiction is not funny, this comedy makes it okay to laugh.

The Face of Love | Unrated | Length Unknown 
In Theaters: September 20, 2013
Here's another dark comedy based more on psychology than on love or drugs. It follows the life of a woman named Nikki (Annette Bening) whose husband recently passed away. Soon after, she meets an art professor, Tom, (Ed Harris) and falls in love with him. Here's the catch - this new man looks exactly like her late husband. The rest of the film follows her feeble attempts to try to continue her marriage where it left off with this new man while he tries to understand what happened to cause her husband's death. The great Robin Williams co-stars.


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Michaella Twersky is a freelance writer based in New York City. She is a frequent content provider to Diamond Envy.

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