New Movies In Montreal Opening This Weekend (September 26th - 28th)

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Montreal, #7 Best nightlife city worldwide.Montrealers sure know how to enjoy themselves. But there is something more than having an amazing time at the Pub with friends. Montrealers are not drunk 24/7 (I wish we were). Montreal, with more than 12 movie theatres and movies coming up every week, there's a whole lot of Popcorn to be eaten.

These are the movies coming out this Friday.


1. 20.000 Days on earth

Drama with Nick Cave & Susie Bick

2. The Boxtrolls

Animation with voices of Simon Pegg & Elle Fanning

3. Days and Nights

Comedy - Drama with Christian Camargo & Katie Holmes

4. The Equalizer

Action thriller with Denzel Washinton & Chloë Grace Moretz

5. The Guest

Thriller with Dan Stevens & Maika Monroe

6. Hector and the Search for Happiness

Comedy - Drama with Simon Pegg & Rosamund Pike

7. The Notebook

"A naggy füzet" in Hungarian, War drama with András Gyémánt & László Gyémánt

8. Pride

Comedy with Bill Nighy & Imelda Staunton

9. Welcome to New York

Drama with Gérard Depardieu & Jacqueline Bisset

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