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Camila Cabello as ‘Cinderella’, the Colombian film ‘Armero’ and more Amazon Prime Video premieres for September

Gunsmith, movie.  Photo: Amazon Prime Video
Gunsmith, movie. Photo: Amazon Prime Video

For fans of sticking to the screen to enjoy a good batch of audiovisual productions, Amazon Prime Video has good offers for this month. Just starting September there are two feature films for different audiences, on the one hand, there is a world of adventure with ‘The Lost World: Jurassic Park’ (September 1) and on the other comes a story belonging to that whole world of fairy tales and princesses: ‘Cinderella’ (September 3), which has already had versions of all kinds, even a very adolescent starring Hilary Duff.

It should be remembered that ‘The Lost World: Jurassic Park’ is a classic released in 1997 which featured Steven Spielberg as director.

“In this sequel to the movie that started it all, John Hammond summons theorist Ian Malcolm to his home to give him surprising information. While almost everything in his park had been destroyed, his engineers had another place where other dinosaurs were kept. The animals on the second island are alive and are even reproducing; and Hammond wants Malcolm to observe and document the reptiles before their financiers can get to them, ”reads the synopsis of the platform.

As for ‘Cinderella’, what has been most talked about is the acting skills of the singer Camila Cabello as the protagonist.

“It’s a bold, musical new take on the traditional story you grew up with. Our heroine (Cabello) is an ambitious young woman whose dreams are bigger than the world will allow her, but with the help of her Fab G (Billy Porter), she manages to persevere and makes her dreams come true. The musical incorporates pop songs by contemporary global artists and original songs by Camila Cabello and Idina Menzel ”.

Two days later, on September 5, the environment is completely changed, the dinosaurs and the princesses who sing and the zombies arrive with the sixth season of ‘Fear The Walking Dead’.

“It shows us the group distributed in different settlements in Virginia, and struggling to survive, while trying to hold on to who they are and what they once believed,” according to the synopsis.

That same day you can also see the story of another monster, in this case the worst clown of all: ‘Pennywise’ in ‘It Chapter Two’ (2019), with the direction of the Argentine Andrés Muschietti.

“In part two of It, based on the Stephen King novel, Pennywise returns 27 years after being defeated by members of the Losers Club, to terrorize the city of Derry once again. The childhood friends, now adults, have long been separated, but when people start to disappear, Mike Hanlon calls the others home for one last battle. “

If you are not very fond of the previous stories, you will have one landed in our reality: ‘Argo’ (2012), with the performance and direction of Ben Affleck and that it won, among other categories, the Oscar as ‘Best Film’.

“As the Iranian revolution reaches a critical point, a CIA ‘exfiltration’ specialist devises a risky plan to free six Americans who found refuge in the home of the Canadian ambassador.”

On September 7, you can see ‘Late Night’ (2019) with Emma Thompson playing the leading role.

“The world of a late-night TV host is turned upside down when it hires its first and only female writer. Originally hired to address diversity concerns at the company, her decision has unexpectedly funny consequences, as the two women who are separated by culture and generation are joined by their love of a joke. “

On September 10 he arrives, for his part, with ‘The Voyeurs’ with an erotic plot.

“A young couple moves into an apartment in Montreal. Before long they find a bizarre interest in their eccentric neighbors in the building across the street. What starts out as a curiosity takes an unexpected turn and becomes a story of obsession and desire as their lives suddenly intertwine, ”dictates the synopsis.

That same day, the tape ‘Hidden Instincts’ with Lily-Rose Depp, daughter of Johnny Depp, is also part of the platform’s offer., who in addition to being an actor is also a musician.

“With the future of the human race at stake, a group of young men and women, conceived for intelligence and obedience, embark on an expedition to colonize a distant planet. But when they discover haunting secrets about the mission, they challenge their training and begin to explore its more primitive nature. As life on the ship reaches chaos, they are consumed by fear, lust and an insatiable hunger for power.

The middle of the month is approaching with another zombie story, but this one is less dark than the one mentioned above: ‘Zombieland: Double Tap’ on September 15. Emma Stone and Jesse Eisenberg are among the stars of the cast.

“Columbus, Tallahasse, Wichita and Little Rock move to the heartland of America as they take on evolved zombies, fellow survivors, and the annoyances rising from the sarcastic makeshift family.”

A day later, on September 16, there will be the second season of ‘The game of keys’.

“It has been a few months since the last set of keys. Each member of the group tries to rebuild their lives while facing the consequences they unleashed when choosing a pair of keys from a harmless glass bowl. Now they live with the question of whether they can overcome the past or must surrender to their wishes. Because no matter how much you hide… desire finds you ”.

Still on the list ‘Le Bal Des Folles (The Mad Women’s Ball) on September 17. The French production has Mélanie Laurent in its cast, an actress who has also reflected her talent in other feature films such as ‘Inglorious Bastards’ (2009).

“Based on the novel ‘Le bal des folles’ by Victoria Mas, it is about Eugénie, a woman who is unjustly admitted to a psychiatric hospital in Paris, because since she was little she has the special power of being able to listen to the dead. She plans to escape with the help of one of her nurses. “

Animated productions cannot be missed and ‘Do, Re & Me’ will be available. “My is about the musical adventures of three bird friends who live in a world full of rhythm, beat and melodies.”

On September 24 there are several productions. On the one hand, ‘Birds of Paradise’, for those who are fans of ballet. “Two girls from an elite Parisian ballet academy put their bodies and their friendship to the test as they compete for a contract to join the company of the National Opera of Paris.”

In terms of series, there will be the fourth season of ‘Goliath’. “It continues the story of Billy McBride, revealing his fate after he was left for dead in the previous season finale.”

And, in addition, the Colombian film ‘Armero’ with Aída Morales, Toto Vega and other actors. “Based on true events, this film describes the terrible tragedy that the small mountain town of Armero suffered when the neighboring volcano erupted and buried 25,000 of its inhabitants alive.”

At the end of the month, specifically the 30th, there will be another Latin production ‘El mesero’, the Mexican film has, among other actors, Vadhir Derbez, son of Eugenio Derbez.

“Rodrigo Sada is trapped between two worlds: the world to which he belongs and to which he aspires to belong, since he is a waiter who works in a luxurious restaurant and dreams of living like the clients he serves daily. A serendipitous event will present you with the opportunity to achieve your dream. You will discover that the path that appears to be the best is not always the right one ”.


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Helen Hernandez is our best writer. Helen writes about social news and celebrity gossip. She loves watching movies since childhood. Email: [email protected] Phone : +1 281-333-2229

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