If you are one of the people who were really disappointed with the movie releases this summer, perhaps the offer for this autumn will be exactly what you need. TIME magazine made a top with the highly anticipated movie releases for autumn 2016.
1.American Honey. It’s Andrea Arnold’s first movie that takes place in America. It narrates the life of a band of youths who travel the country in their van to sell some magazine subscriptions, totally illustrating the millennial dream.
2.Deepwater Horizon. This movie treats the subject of an oil rig next to the Louisiana coast that made 11 victims. Kurt Russell, Gina Rodriguez and Mark Wahlberg are starring as heroes, while John Malkovich is the bad guy. The movie is directed by Peter Berg.
3.Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. Based on a bestselling children’s book, a great actor in a leading role (Asa Butterfield) and, of course, Tim Burton as a director. Butterfield in in the movie an apparently normal boy among other peculiars, but you’ll have to watch it to see what’s special about him.
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4.The Girl on the Train. Emily Blunt is playing the main role in this adaptation of the book with the same name written by Paula Hawkins. Rachel Watson, played by Blunt, is an alcoholic divorcee who has an obsession with a couple.
5.Christine. This movie is a delicate one that treats the subject of the reporter Christine Chubbuck who killer herself while on-air in 1974. It has been one of the most shocking events in live television and now director Antonio Campos tries to shed some light on the case by imagining the underlying resorts and thoughts that made her commit suicide. Rebecca Hall plays the role in a fantastic manner, trying to show us the humane side of Christine.