Most people call this “Oscar season,” but I prefer to call it “spend all my money at the multiplex season.” There are just so many movies coming out that you’re not going to want to miss, from new adaptations of classic Stephen King stories, to Greta Gerwig’s Lady Bird follow-up, to the impending Robert Pattinsonsance (that’s a term, right?).
Thankfully, with the launch of Regal’s Unlimited Movies subscription plan, as well as AMC’s well-loved Stubs A-List loyalty program, the Cinemark Movie Club, and the Alamo Drafthouse Season Pass, there are plenty of ways to get your movie fix without completely breaking the bank.
Also note: Several of the big fall festival movies are still awaiting trailers or release dates, and this list will be updated as they become available. Otherwise, without further ado, here are the 25 movies I’m most looking forward to watching between now and the end of the year.
1. It: Chapter Two (Andrés Muschietti, Sept. 1)
It’s happening again. Twenty-seven years after Bill, Bev, Ben, Mike, Eddie, Stan, and Richie defeated Pennywise the Dancing Clown in the events of It (2017), the Losers Club is summoned once again to face off against the otherworldly entity that lives in the sewers of Derry, Maine. Based on Stephen King’s decades-spanning novel, and wisely tackled on screen in two halves, It: Chapter Two will see James McAvoy stepping in as the adult version of Bill Denbrough, while Jessica Chastain will play the grown Beverly Marsh. But while childhood imagination and faith allowed the Losers to beat Pennywise the first time around, adulthood comes with its own monsters.
2. The Goldfinch (John Crowley, Sept. 13)
Another massive book to be adapted for screen this fall, The Goldfinch doesn’t share It’s advantage of being managed in two parts. …read more
Source:: The Week – Entertainment