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New Date Night Movies

The Best New Date Night Movies

The Best New Date Night Movies

(08/30/2019)

There's nothing like a night out at the movies, especially when you can spend time with someone special. No matter what interests you share with your significant other, Cinemark has you covered with an excellent movie option. Here are the best new date night movies coming to theaters.

It Chapter Two

It Chapter Two

[Image Credit: Warner Bros.]


For the couple that likes to scream together. The demonic clown Pennywise returns to haunt Derry, Maine, 27 years after a group of children thought they had banished the monster forever. The friends must set aside their lingering fears and adult lives to band together once more — and hopefully destroy Pennywise for good. [September 6]

The Goldfinch

The Goldfinch

[Image Credit: Warner Bros.]


For the couple that gets a lot of use out of the library card. Donna Tartt's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel is adapted to film by director John Crowley (BROOKLYN). Ansel Elgort (BABY DRIVER) plays Theo Decker, who loses his mother to a terrorist attack, and spends the rest of his life affected by decisions made on that fateful day. [September 13]

Downton Abbey

Downton Abbey

[Image Credit: Focus Features]


For the couple who loves prestige dramas. The acclaimed television series comes to the big screen, with a story that picks up a short time after the conclusion of the show's sixth and final season. The residents and servants of Downton Abbey are all thrown into a state of mild panic and anticipation when King George V and Queen Mary announce a visit to the manor. [September 20]

Gemini Man

Gemini Man

[Image Credit: Paramount Pictures]


For the couple who can't decide if they prefer older or younger Will Smith. The actor stars as Henry Brogan, an aging assassin whose attempt to leave his life of violence is thwarted by a younger, fast-moving operative who can seemingly anticipate Brogan's every move. Then he discovers his new enemy is himself... or a clone grown from his DNA, at least, with all his skills. Filmmaker Ang Lee (LIFE OF PI and CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON) creates an entirely digital version of young Will Smith to star opposite the real thing. [October 11]

Maleficent: Mistress of Evil

Maleficent: Mistress of Evil

[Image Credit: Walt Disney Pictures]


For the couple that likes a blurry line between good and evil. Angelina Jolie returns to play one of Disney's signature villains once again — but, this time, she is competing against another queen (Michelle Pfeiffer) to become the maternal figure for an increasingly-independent Princess Aurora (Elle Fanning). [October 18]



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