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Here are some of the movies I’m looking forward to this fall, which seems to start slower and have more once November/December rolls around. 9/14 – A Simple Favor – Paul Feig (Director of Ghostbusters (2016) and The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale) directs this comedic thriller, starring Anna Kendrick and Blake Lively 9/28 …

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Heartbreak is unavoidable, and loneliness is brutal. I’ve learned that the key to being happy is to tell your truth and be OK without all the answers. This is my story. This is Simply Complicated. The opening monologue paints the picture for this YouTube Red documentary into the life of Demi Lovato. As her recent struggles …

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Two hardcore board-gamers meet at a bar trivia night, and over time fall in love and got married. Now Max (Jason Bateman) and Annie (Rachel McAdams) host game nights at their house, inviting over some of their friends: Kevin (Lamorne Morris, New Girl) and Michelle (Kylie Bunbury); Ryan (Billy Magnussen) and an array of blond …

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Rachel (Kristen Bell) is a very busy woman, so much so that her phone is always on hand, even during her wedding ceremony to Owen (Jon Foster), which proves to be too much for him, and they split up at the alter. The next day she gets black-out drunk while reconnecting with her long unseen …

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Father of the Year on Netflix is their continued quest to push out movies to the masses, this time starring David Spade, Nat Faxon, Joey Bragg, Matt Shively, and Bridgit Mendler. Ben (Bragg) is home from college, after graduating valedictorian, and his trailer park father Wayne (Spade), who is on disabilities for colorblindness, is right …

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The end of the world is near, and 1,600 years after King Arthur, Lancelot, and Merlin, the last knight of the round table has been crowned, in the form of Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg), and Optimus Prime has gone rogue while trying to fix his home planet of Cybertron, with Quintessa. I’m gonna rely on physics …

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Elle Evans (Joey King), a cute Selena Gomez looking girl, and Lee Flynn (Joel Courtney) were friends from the minute that they were born together in the same hospital at the same minute. But she’s had a crush on his brother Noah (Jacob Elordi) since she first learned what that was…except not hitting on relatives …

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On the continuing quest for 1,000 Netflix comes a comedy featuring Gillian Jacobs (Community, Love), Vanessa Bayer (SNL), and Phoebe Robinson (a writer on Portlandia). Harper (Jacobs) is sent to Spain for work, to help “woo” some new clients for the media marketing company she works at. Her two best friends (Bayer and Robinson) buy their own …

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Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie is one of the classic books that everyone is supposed to read…editors note, I never got past the third chapter. And the bore I discovered in those pages, transferred right on over to the big screen. Hercule Poirot (Kenneth Branagh) can spot what’s wrong from a mile …

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