Fall Movie Preview: October 2017

October 6

Blade Runner 2049

A sequel to the sci-fi classic that looks gorgeous but may prove as polarizing as the original. Super into the combo of Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling, though.

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Fall Movie Preview: October 2016

Let’s pretend like I didn’t forget to do this last month!

October 7

American Honey

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British director Andrea Arnold (Fish Tank) tackles young Americans selling magazines door-to-door and their hard-partying vagabond ways. The film has been divisive, with some calling it a Spring Breakers wannabe and others praising it as a Millennial On the Waterfront. The truth probably lies somewhere in between. Also this is the movie where Shia LaBeouf grew that gross rat tail.

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Fall Movie Preview: October 2013

October 4

A.C.O.D.

I like Adam Scott (Parks & Rec, Party Down) a lot, and though he’s best known for being part of the ensemble (Step-Brothers) he is fully capable of carrying a project (see also: Party Down). But A.C.O.D. (“adult child of divorce”) isn’t that funny and it largely wastes the very real depth and sorrow he can bring to characters (see also: PARTY DOWN). I knew a guy who went through his parents’ divorce as an adult and it really did a number on him, so this can be rich emotional ground, but this comes off more as a shallow examination of a spoilt person than a look at how divorce can devastate even a grown-ass man.

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