Go and catch up on watching these premiers if you didn’t do this in September:
1. The New Mutants
It's just a movie about mutant teenagers going crazy under imprisonment.
Nolan has been creating this most expensive, most impetuous, and most authentic film for 200 million dollars for six years.
Another remake of the classic Disney cartoon.
4. Never Rarely Sometimes Always
Get ready for the devastating realization that childhood, which was nasty enough already, is over, and it will only get worse.
About Berlin through the prism of architecture, death, love and water.
6. Wonder Woman 1984
War has a womanly face. In the fall, both Marvel and DC are releasing films about female superheroes.
7. The Witches
A screen adaptation of the eponymous children's book by British writer Roald Dahl with Anne Hathaway as the main witch.
8. Été 85
Three French bumpkin teenagers are trying to deal with their sexuality and with all the other vital issues that worry people at this age.
9. Black Widow
Scarlett Johansson, who has played the first female superhero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe for over a decade, will finally have her own solo film.
10. The French Dispatch
With a traditional all-star cast, Wes Anderson will tell a story about the fictional bureau of a fictional newspaper located in a fictional French city.
This film is not about alcohol as it seems at first glance, but about a midlife crisis with accompanying reflections of the protagonist, who started binging uncontrollably.