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Must See Movies this Fall

Must See Movies this Fall

With summer on the way out, and fall right around the corner, it’s time to start making your plans for the ultimate fall movie viewing experience. From films like the Denzel Washington Equalizer three-quel, to the latest in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, you’ll have your plate full both with streaming services and movie theater experiences alike. So, let’s take a look at some of the must see movies this fall!

Must see movies this fall: The Equalizer 3

Teaming up with director Antoine Fuqua for the fourth time, Denzel Washington is back for his third outing as Robert McCall. Finally retiring from the insane work he’s done, McCall finds himself in the beautiful European country of Italy, where he has discovered that his friends have come under the control of the local mafia. Can he take down the Mafia and help his friends free themselves from their clutches before it’s too late? Or will he finally meet his match in his new Southern Italy home?

You can watch The Equalizer 3 when it lands in theaters starting on September 1, 2023.

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Must see movies this fall: Cassandro

There are many sports where you must present the air of masculinity if you want to be taken seriously, and in no sport is that more prevalent than in wrestling. However, for one young man from El Paso, that stereotype wasn’t going to stand in his way of making a name for himself. Cassandro tells the true life story of how gay amateur wrestler Saúl Armendáriz (Gael García Bernal) would take his exotico wrestling persona Cassandro from relative unknown, to absolute stardom.

Cassandro wrestles its way into a theater near you starting on Sep 15, 2023, and on Prime Video starting on Sep 22, 2023.


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Must see movies this fall: El Conde

Do you believe in vampires? Do you believe them to be soul killing machines, or do you believe them to be nothing more than thieves who steal life force as a method to live forever? For Augusto Pinochet, a vampire who has lived for 250 years, he would rather die than be considered a thief. Now, in an effort to avoid the latter, he has made it his mission to end his life by any means he can.

You can watch Pablo Larraín’s new satirical vampire film starring Alfredo Castro Gómez when it hits select theaters this September and Netflix beginning September 15, 2023.

Must see movies this fall: A Haunting in Venice

Hot off the success of his latest film Death on the Nile, Kenneth Branagh is bringing the former detective known as Hercule Poirot (Kenneth Branagh) back out of retirement, and his self imposed isolation. Based on the Agatha Christie novella “Hallowe’en Party,” one of Christie’s lesser known works, the film will focus on the murder of a young woman during a séance in Venice, Italy. The woman, who as a child had witnessed a murder, appears to have been the target, and now reluctantly Poirot is thrust back into the limelight as the lead investigator on this post World-War II murder mystery.

The mystery begins when A Haunting in Venice lands in theaters on Sep 15, 2023.

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Must see movies this fall: The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar

Faithfully adapted from the long short story by Roald Dahl, The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar follows the wealthy Henry Sugar (Benedict Cumberbatch) as he ventures out to master the art of seeing through solid objects, mainly books, with his eyes shut. With his new found skill, he plans on using it to aid him as he cheats his way to more wealth through gambling. The film has a runtime of 39 minutes and is sure to thrill you from start to finish.

The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar cheats its way into theaters beginning Sep 20, 2023, and on Netflix beginning on Sep 27, 2023.

Must see movies this fall: It Lives Inside

Every culture has their own legends and stories they tell their kids growing up. Some of these stories are harmless tales of love and self sacrifice, while others are filled with horror, torment, and death. For a young Indian-American teenager named Samidha (Megan Suri) these stories are about to rear their ugly heads. In Indian lore, the Pishach is a demonic entity that grows stronger by feeding on a person’s loneliness. Unfortunately for Sam, after having a falling out with one of oldest and dearest childhood friends, the Pishach is here to feed on her loneliness and torment her until it is ready to kill her once and for all.

It Lives Inside terrifies audiences everywhere beginning Sep 22, 2023.


Must see movies this fall: The Creator

With AI very much on the forefront of everything we do, the idea of a movie based on AI is a no brainer. In The Creator, humanity is facing an uncertain future when a war breaks out between humans and AI. Now, on the brink of certain doom, the human race needs to find a way to win the war in this post-apocalyptic action adventure from director Gareth Edwards.

The Creator fights its way into theaters everywhere starting on Sep 29, 2023.


Must see movies this fall: The Exorcist: Believer

50 years after William Friedkin brought William Peter Blatty’s Exorcist novel to the big screen, the world is set to welcome the newest installment of The Exorcist franchise. Following the death of his wife 12 years prior in an earthquake in Haiti, Victor Fielding (Leslie Odom, Jr.) is forced to raise his daughter (Angela (Lidya Jewett) by himself in a new town. With life going well, Angela has adjusted well and has a new friend Katherine (Olivia O’Neill) with whom she spends much of free time. One day, while playing in the woods near town, the two girls go missing and return three days later with no recollection of where they’ve been. When the two girls begin to show signs of possession, Victor and Katherine’s family turn to the one person that has faced this threat before, Chris MacNeil, who is once again being played by the iconic Ellen Burstyn, who returns to the role for the first time in 50 years.

The Exorcist: Believer lands in theaters on Oct 6, 2023 to scare audiences worldwide.


Must see movies this fall: Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour

From a very young age, Taylor Swift has been delighting audiences with her powerful voice, and her relatable songwriting. From her early writing sessions in Nashville with such greats as Troy Verges, Brett Beavers, Brett James, and Liz Rose, the latter with whom she would go on to form a deep working relationship. Never one to allow anything to derail her from her mission, not even an acceptance speech interruption, Taylor is set to hit the big screen this fall when she brings her Eras Tour to theaters nationwide to allow her fans a new way to experience the beauty and power that is the music of Taylor Swift.

Taylor Swift sings her way into your hearts when Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour hits theaters starting on Oct 13, 2023.


Must see movies this fall: Killers of the Flower Moon

The American Western has come a long way since the birth of American cinema. With stars like Clint Eastwood, John Wayne, Gary Cooper, Sam Elliott and William Holden, Hollywood has been able to introduce many generations to the Western film genre. Now, Martin Scorsese is teaming up once again with Hollywood heartthrob Leonardo DiCaprio for Killers of the Flower Moon. Killers of the Flower Moon is an upcoming American Western crime film that is based on the 2017 best selling novel by David Grann. The film centers on a series of 1920s Oklahoma murders in the Osage Nation that had happened on tribal land after oil was discovered on the land. The news of the murders was so big that it inevitably sparked an investigation by the FBI and J. Edgar Hoover.

Killers of the Flower Moon fights its way into theaters starting on Oct 20, 2023.

Must see movies this fall: Pain Hustlers

Oftentimes we find ourselves in situations that we believe we may never find a way out of. For Liza, (Emily Blunt), life has been a bit of a struggle, and all she can think about is finding a way to make a better life for her daughter. To make this dream come true, Liza decides to take a job with a failing Pharma company when she meets charismatic Pete (Chris Evans). Now, just when everything seems to be looking up, Liza finds the company, and herself, in the middle of a criminal conspiracy.

Pain Hustlers weasels its way into theaters through dubious practices beginning on Oct 20, 2023, and on Netflix beginning on Oct 27, 2023.

Must see movies this fall: Dream Scenario

From the creative mind of Kristoffer Borgli, writer and director of the short films Syndromes (2011), A Place We Call Reality (2018), and The Altruist (2020), comes Dream Scenario. Dream Scenario follows Paul (Nicholas Cage), a family man who suddenly begins appearing in dreams everywhere. For many, appearing in dreams would seem like a happy sign. However, for Paul it is anything but. Finding himself suddenly thrust into the limelight, Paul has no idea how to handle his new found fame. What ensues is an Ari Aster produced film that is pure comedy gold.

Dream Scenario will have you dreaming you were in millions of reams when it officially hits theaters beginning on Nov 10, 2023.

Must see movies this fall: The Marvels

With the fate of DCEU still up in the air, Marvel is still pulling out the punches with what is sure to be an MCU hit. Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) is back to enthrall audiences once again, and this time she isn’t alone. After returning from “The Snap” Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris) headed off to help discover the secrets of West View where she took part in the new life that Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olson) had created as a way to bring back Vision. After being discovered, Monica was forced out allowing her to obtain the power to see light. Then, when Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani) discovered a bangle that would allow her to emulate her idol, Captain Marvel, she discovered the ability to, as Monica puts it, turn light into physical matter. Now, the three Marvels join forces to fight against Dar-Benn (Zawe Ashton) who is intent on making Captain Marvel pay for taking everything she loved away from her.

Watch as The Marvels fight their way across space and time to land in a theater near you starting on Nov 10, 2023.


Must see movies this fall: The Hunger Games: Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes

Prepare to return to the dystopian world of The Hunger Games with the latest film in the series, The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes. Leading up to the 10th Hunger Games, The mentor for District 12 begins to develop feelings for the beleaguered tribute, Lucy Gray Baird (Rachel Zegler). The  young Coriolanus Snow (Tom Blyth) will do what he needs to do to make a good impression on the tribute in this prequel to the original trilogy.

Watch as The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes fights its way to victory, land theaters everywhere starting on Nov 17, 2023.


Must see movies this fall: Maestro

When you hear the name Leonard Bernstein, what is the first thing you think of? Is it On The Town (1944)? What about On The Waterfront (1954)? Or perhaps it’s his best known work, the award winning Broadway musical sensation West Side Story (1957). Well, whatever you remember him for, you are sure to love the new Bradley Cooper directed film about the legendary iconic composer. Maestro tells the story of Leonard Bernstein and incredible love for his one true love, Felicia Montealegre Cohn Bernstein, the woman who would inspire him in all his work till his final days. At its heart, the film is an emotional story of love, and most importan