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Assassination Classroom, Pokemon and Infini-T Force Lead VIZ Media’s September Releases!

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Details and release dates follow.

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Movie News: Pokemon Movie, Saw 8, Community Film; Preview Reviews for La La Land, A Monster Calls

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After a small summer break, GeekScholars Movie News is back! The crew returns with some interesting developments to report on including a possible Pokemon movie, Saw 8, Community getting its own movie, and will Javier Bardem (Skyfall) play Frankenstein’s Monster?

Plus, Preview Reviews for La La Land, a movie musical from the genius behind Whiplash, and for A Monster Calls, which may end up being one of the most stunning films of the year (think The Iron Giant meets Pan’s Labyrinth).