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Fall Movies and TV to Fall in Love With

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This fall has shows and movies for film buffs, superhero fanatics, nostalgia chasers and reality TV fans alike. There are some to watch with your friends, your family and your grandmother; and some you definitely do not want to watch with your grandmother. Even so, the variety of options makes this fall particularly exciting for film enthusiasts.


“Night School”

Release Date: Sept. 27

A group of misfits (including comedians Kevin Hart, Rob Riggle and Mary Lynn Rajskub) return to high school to earn their GEDs with an unorthodox teacher, played by Tiffany Haddish. The cast also features Ben Schwartz, of “Parks and Recreation” fame, and “Saturday Night Live” alumnus, Taran Killam. Remember “Ride Along,” or “Get Hard”? Me neither. A hundred dollars says that this will just be another Kevin Hart comedy that is neither funny nor quotable enough to be remembered. A hundred more dollars says that 9 jokes out of 10 will be about Hart’s height.

“Beautiful Boy”

Release Date: Oct. 12

Timothee Chalamet stars as Nic, the son of David (Steve Carell), who is struggling with addiction and his challenging relationship with his father. Based off the memoirs of the real life David and Nic Sheff, the film has been praised for Carell and Chalamet’s authentic portrayal of a  modern family dynamic. Following the success of “Lady Bird” and “Call Me by Your Name,” college students across the country are ready to take a bullet for Chalamet, so you will not want to miss his next Tumblr-viral performance.

First Man”

Release Date: Oct. 12

Academy Award-winning director Damien Chazelle (“La La Land,” “Whiplash”) teams up again with Ryan Gosling for this Neil Armstrong biopic. Claire Foy, from the acclaimed Netflix original series “The Crown,” plays the sentimental core

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