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7 Movies to Watch This Fall

A round-up of the upcoming season's cinematic awesomeness

By Paige Pollock

During the San Diego Film Festival, we caught as many films as possible. We’ve listed some of the must-sees, as they will soon re-circulate and land in theaters near you…


Adulthood isn’t all it’s cracked up to be in this romantic comedy starring Keira Knightley. Overeducated yet underemployed, Megan (Knightley) freaks when her high school sweetheart pops the question. She reverts to spending her days with new gal-pal, sixteen-year-old Annika. In theatres October 24.


It’s no wonder Wild ended in standing ovations at multiple screenings as Reese Witherspoon goes far beyond expectations in the adventure flick. Follow the inspiring journey of a woman who embarks on a thousand mile trek after losing her mother and leaving her turbulent past behind. Opens December 5.

You’re Not You

A classical pianist becomes reliant on a brash college girl after she is diagnosed with ALS and separates from her husband. An unconventional kinship is formed between the characters played by Hilary Swank and Emmy Rossum in this charming film, perfect for a girl’s night! Releasing into select theatres October 10.

St. Vincent

Sometimes friendships are formed in the least likely of places, like in new neighbors Oliver (an innocent, well-meaning twelve year old boy) and Vincent (a gambling, alcoholic, middle-aged man). An absolute must see and feel-good film—mark your calendars as Bill Murray and Melissa McCarthy light up the screen. Coming to select theatres October 10.

The Imitation Game

Based on the true story of Alan Turning, the brilliant English man who helped crack codes during World War II, this film will keep you on the edge of your seat. Starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightly, the drama-thriller enters theatres November 21.

Chelsea’s Light

Chelsea King’s light lingers over San Diego County as her younger brother, Tyler debuts his first documentary film. Tyler tells his inspiring story in finding purpose after the tragic loss of his sister and spreads awareness on violent sex offenders.

Gone Doggy Gone

We all know those people, or perhaps we are those people…you know, the ones who treat their doggies like babies? This laugh out loud comedy pokes fun at that lifestyle and features a UC San Diego alum. Read our Q & A with the stars/co-writers here.

7 Movies to Watch This Fall

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