Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Most Anticipated Movies of Fall 2017!

The atrocious summer movie season is now (finally) over. Okay, okay, there were a lot of great movies between the end of May and the end of September, but there were tonnnnnnnns of bad ones, too. Sure, it might still be insanely hot in San Diego this month, but that doesn't mean we can't long for cooler temperatures, pumpkin spice everything, and of course, fall movie season! We're here to share with you our most anticipated fall 2017 movies. These films are in order of release date for your convenience. Please let us know your most anticipated movies coming out this fall!
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1) "It" (release date: September 8th, 2017)
Even though half of our Lolo Loves Films team hates clowns, "It" looks incredibly scary based on the trailers. There have been many horror movie disappointments in 2017, but we have a feeling this won't be one of them.
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2) "Mother!" (release date: September 15th, 2017)
Darren Aronofsky is a masterful director. With Jennifer Lawrence, Javier Bardem, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Ed Harris at his disposal, he will most likely do no wrong. "mother!" looks insanely good and really creepy to boot.
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3) "Kingsman: The Golden Circle" (release date: September 22nd, 2017)
One of our 2015 favorites, "Kingsman" started a new comic book universe built on a hard R-rated foundation. This sequel will double down on the action, celebrities, and chaos, and we're sure looking forward to it.
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4) "Battle of the Sexes" (release date: September 22nd, 2017)
Emma Stone and Steve Carell re-team for this true tale showcasing the battle between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs as they duke it out on the tennis court in 1973. Should be an interesting biopic!
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5) "Blade Runner 2049" (release date: October 6th, 2017)
Ryan Gosling. Harrison Ford. "Sicario" and "Arrival" director Denis Villeneuve. A sequel to one of the most thought-provoking sci-fi movies ever. Consider us signed up!
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6) "The Florida Project" (release date: October 6th, 2017)
With good buzz coming off the festival circuit, A24's "The Florida Project" sounds like a beautiful, sweet, and intriguing look at the lives of low-income children living in the shadow of Disneyworld. There's a lot of Oscar talk surrounding Willem Dafoe's performance as well.
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7) "The Foreigner" (release date: October 13th, 2017)
A grizzled and hardened Jackie Chan is still looking to kick some major you-know-what as a dad who has lost everything and will stop at nothing to get answers. What could be more satisfying than that?
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8) "Goodbye Christopher Robin" (release date: October 13th, 2017)
Sure to be a tearjerker, "Goodbye Christopher Robin" has an excellent cast, an interesting premise, and a childlike whimsy. Plus, who doesn't love Winnie the Pooh?
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9) "Suburbicon" (release date: October 27th, 2017)
George Clooney takes his place behind the camera for the first time in three years for "Suburbicon." This should be a compelling, sharp-tongued crime drama, especially considering the script is written by the wonderful Coen brothers.
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10) "Thor: Ragnarok" (release date: November 3rd, 2017)
Taika Waititi is one of our favorite directors, and he looks to bring his signature brand of wit, spunkiness, and humor to the Marvel cinematic universe. The trailers for "Thor: Ragnarok" look colorful, loud, and super fun. This is our most anticipated fall 2017 film.
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11) "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" (release date: November 10th, 2017)
We love us some Frances McDormand and we love us a dark comedy. The trailers for this movie are interesting, profane, and pretty poignant, and if you've seen "In Bruges," you probably know what you're in for. It sure sounds like a good time to us!
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12) "Justice League" (release date: November 17th, 2017)
After the success of "Wonder Woman" earlier this year, the hype train got a little bit longer for us when it comes to "Justice League." We're still a little wary, but if it means getting to watch Gal Gadot kick more ass, you bet your sweet bippy we'll be there with bells on!
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13) "Call Me by Your Name" (release date: November 24th, 2017)
Emotional doesn't even begin to describe the trailer for "Call Me by Your Name." This looks like it has the potential to be one of the best romantic dramas of the year. It's based on a book, so maybe we can read it in time to compare it to the film!
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14) "Murder on the Orient Express" (release date: November 24th, 2017)
The weird, mishmash cast including the likes of Daisy Ridley, Josh Gad, Penelope Cruz, Willem Dafoe, Judi Dench, Marwan Kenzari, and Johnny Depp is what makes us excited for Kenneth Branagh's remake of "Murder on the Orient Express." We haven't seen the original in years, but we have a feeling this remake may take the material in a slightly different, more zany direction.

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