17 Movies for Fall 2017: Fall Movie Preview

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Why does summer have to end? Especially considering how this year’s summer was probably one of the strongest in recent years for movies. With hits like It Comes At Night, Girls Trip, The Big SickWonder Woman, and more, we were kind of hoping the summer would never end. At least we’ve got a strong fall movie season to look forward to! Fall might be this writer’s favourite time of the year because there’s always a great mix of blockbusters and festival favourites that lead into awards season. With so many movies to see and so little time, we’ve put together a list of some films you definitely need to keep on your radar.


Darren Aronofsky’s new psychological horror has been on our radar for a while. With the film shrouded in secrecy and an A+ cast to boot, we absolutely cannot wait to see this film.

Release date: September 15


Jake Gyllenhaal and Tatiana Maslay are probably gearing up for awards season with this film based on the true story of Jeff Bauman, who lost his legs in the Bostom Marathon bombing. Remember to bring tissues when you head to the theatre – you’ll need them.

Release date: September 22

Kingsman: The Golden Circle

After the success of the first film, there was no way we’d leave this film off our fall preview. And, spoiler, but we can’t wait to find out how Colin Firth’s Harry Hart managed to live after he was shot in the head.

Release date: September 15

American Made

Tom Cruise is the best. That’s all you need to know.

Release date: September 29

Blade Runner 2049

34 years later and we finally get a sequel to Ridley Scott’s original cult film. You’ll definitely find us first in line for this one.

Release date: October 6

Loving Vincent

This is the first film ever to be made entirely out of paintings. And it tells the story of Vincent van Gogh. How can anyone want to miss out on seeing this film?

Release Date: October 6

The Foreigner

Jackie Chan. Need we say more?

Release Date: October 13


George Clooney directs Matt Damon, Julianne Moore, and Oscar Isaac in a Coen Brother’s written film? How can you not be excited?

Release Date: October 27

A Bad Moms Christmas

We are 100% behind the Bad Moms cinematic universe. Don’t @ us.

Release Date: November 3

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

We’ll watch Frances McDormand in anything. Especially in a Martin McDonagh film where she takes a stand against the local police after her daughter is murdered.

Release Date: November 10

Thor: Ragnarok

It’s not a fall movie preview without some superheroes. And it’s been way too long since we’ve gotten our Loki fix.

Release Date: November 3

Justice League

Again, what’s fall without some superheroes? Also, we’re never angry if we can get more Wonder Woman.

Release Date: November 17

Call Me By Your Name

A sensual and transcendent tale of love. Excited doesn’t even begin to explain how badly we want this Sundance hit in our lives – right now.

Release Date: December 8

The Shape of Water

Guillermo del Toro never disappoints. And this film doesn’t look like it will be the exception.

Release Date: December 8

Darkest Hour

Winston Churchill will always be one of the most interesting and influential Britons in history. And in the hands of Joe Wright, we have full faith that Gary Oldman will give a performance of a lifetime.

Release Date: December 8

Pitch Perfect 3

Can’t explain it, but there’s something so fun about these movies. How can you not love those riff offs?

Release Date: December 22


One Reply to “17 Movies for Fall 2017: Fall Movie Preview”

  1. Wow. There are some good movies coming out. At least we will have something forward to look for. Can’t wait to see most of the movies on the list.

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