A month-by-month look at Fall Films

Thursday, September 7, 2017

SEPTEMBER

“It”: Friday

“Mother!”: Sept. 15

“American Assassin”: Sept. 15

“Brad’s Status”: Sept. 15

“Kingsman: The Golden Circle”: Sept. 22

“Ninjago”: Sept. 22

“Battle of the Sexes”: Sept. 22

“Stronger”: Sept. 22

“Victoria and Abdul”: Sept. 22

“American Made”: Sept. 29

“Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House”: Sept. 29

“Our Souls at Night”: Sept. 29

OCTOBER

“Blade Runner 2049”: Oct. 6

“The Mountain Between Us”: Oct. 6

“My Little Pony”: Oct. 6

“The Florida Project”: Oct. 6

“The Foreigner”: Oct. 13

“Marshall”: Oct. 13

“Breathe”: Oct. 13

“Goodbye Christopher Robin”: Oct. 13

“The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)”: Oct. 13

“Geostorm”: Oct. 20

“Only the Brave”: Oct. 20

“The Snowman”: Oct. 20

“Tyler Perry’s Boo 2! A Madea Halloween”: Oct. 20

“BPM (Beats Per Minute)”: Oct. 20

“Wonderstruck”: Oct. 20

“Suburbicon”: Oct. 27

“Thank You For Your Service”: Oct. 27

“The Killing of the Sacred Deer:” Oct. 27

“The Square”: Oct. 27

“Professor Marston and the Wonder Woman”: Oct. 27

November

“Last Flag Flying”: Nov. 3

“Bad Moms Christmas”: Nov. 3

“Thor: Ragnarok”: Nov. 3

“LBJ”: Nov. 3

“Daddy’s Home 2”: Nov. 10)

“Murder on the Orient Express”: Nov. 10

“Lady Bird”: Nov. 10

“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”: Nov. 10

“Mudbound”: Nov. 17

“Justice League”: Nov. 17

“Wonder”: Nov. 17

“Coco”: Nov. 22

“The Man Who Invented Christmas”: Nov. 22

“Darkest Hour”: Nov. 22

“Molly’s Game”: Nov. 22

“Death Wish”: Nov. 22

“Call Me By Your Name”: Nov. 24

“The Current War”: Nov. 24

DECEMBER

“The Disaster Artist”: Dec. 1

“Wonder Wheel”: Dec. 1

“All the Money in the World”: Dec. 8

“The Shape of Water”: Dec. 8

“Star Wars: The Last Jedi”: Dec. 15

“Ferdinand”: Dec. 15

“Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle”: Dec. 20

“Pitch Perfect 3”: Dec. 22

“Downsizing”: Dec. 22

“The Post”: Dec. 22

“The Six Billion Dollar Man”: Dec. 22

“Bastards”: Dec. 22

“Bright”: Dec. 22

“The Greatest Showman”: Dec. 25

Untitled Paul Thomas Anderson Film: Dec. 25

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