Hey, adults! Movie lovers! Film fans! It’s that time of year where it’s safe to head to the local theater. Sick of Sequels, Prequels, Remakes, Reboots? For the next few months, you’ll actually be able to view interesting original movies. What movies, you ask?
For starters, check out the New York Times’ annual Fall Preview.
You can go here to check out the upcoming movie release schedule.
Here is a list of some movies I’ll be interested to see and their release dates:
The Drop (September 12)
The Skeleton Twins (September 12)
The Guest (September 17)
This Is Where I Leave You (September 19)
A Walk Among the Tombstones (September 19)
Hector and the Search for Happiness (September 19)
Jimi: All is By My Side (September 26)
Gone Girl (October 3)
The Good Lie (October 3)
The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby Him/Her (October 10)
Kill the Messenger (October 10)
Whiplash (October 10)
Fury (October 17)
Birdman (October 17)
Dear White People (October 17)
St. Vincent (October 24)
Force Majeure (October 24)
White Bird in a Blizzard (October 24)
Nightcrawler (October 31)
Interstellar (November 7)
Rosewater (November 7)
Theory of Everything (November 7)
Foxcatcher (November 14)
The Imitation Game (November 21)
Wild (December 5)
Selma (December 25)
Friends, there are a lot movies coming out through December worth seeing. Use your dollars to send a message to Hollywood:
MAKE MORE ORIGINAL MOVIES!
What movies are you excited to see through the end of 2014?