"Widows" is a stormy thriller, "First Man" is an ambitious slog and "Vox Lux" is a provocative barnstormer.
Mary Poppins and Michael Myers are back, Lady Gaga is filling Judy Garland's shoes and "Creed" suits up for another round.
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Including "Blair Witch," "The Magnificent Seven" and a young Barack Obama.
Keith Richards, Johnny Depp and "The Danish Girl" are on our radar.
Filmmakers can't resist all that color or the movement of falling leaves, with deep nostalgia swiftly evoked in a few frames of swirling red and gold. Regardless of plot, cast or dialogue, the unsung hero of the autumnal movie is the cinematographer.
Rather than feel a little sad for yourself when the rest of the world is talking about the complicated relationships in This is Where I Leave You or what they think of Angelina's second directorial effort, take comfort in reviewing this handy guide to your must-see fall movies.
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Summer movie season is all but over, and after months of less-than-stellar box office debuts, that's not necessarily bad