This edition of The Addicted List includes 5 exciting fall movies you won't want to miss.

5 Exciting Fall 2016 Movies You Won’t Want to Miss

Are you ready for the new fall 2016 movies? Movies are a way of life. Think about the important memories around seeing a new movie in the theater. How old were you when you saw ET: The Extraterrestrial? Do you remember seeing the original Pete’s Dragon when you were younger? What is your favorite movie? These memories are what led me to create a movie lineup for this edition off The Addicted List.


Grab your popcorn, jellybeans and a tall soda. Below are five fall 2016 movies that you won’t want to miss. Which movies are you interested in seeing before the end of the year.

 

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The Insider’s Guide to Fall 2016 Movies

1. Mr. Church>>>

Release Date: September 16
This looks like a great feel-good movie. Eddie Murphy plays a role that is outside of his normal comedic genre. It will be interesting to see how Murphy’s performance plays to the viewing audience. This movie is not without controversy. There have been comparisons to the movie “Driving Miss Daisy.” Learn more about the Mr. Church movie >>> HERE.

2. Queen of Katwe>>>

Release Date: September 30
It’s a Disney film. I’m sure it will do well. I love the concept and the story. Plus, Lupita Nyong’o and David Oyelowo are always excellent. This is a feel-good movie made for the masses. It will do your body good. Read the film review on HollywoodReporter.com >>> HERE.

3. The Girl on the Train>>>

Release Date: October 7
This movie is based on the book by British author Paula Hawkins. I am generally drawn to movies based on books. This movie is no different. It’s suspenseful and dubbed as a mystery. Will you go see it?
“Read the book first,” is the advice I was given by a coworker.

4. Loving>>>

Release Date: November 4
Can you believe that interracial marriages were only made legal in 1967? That is less than 50 years ago! I will definitely see this movie when it hits the theaters (provided they have a screening near me). I believe that love has no color, and the Loving movie embodies that belief. I’m happy that the Loving story is being shared to wide audiences. There have been other made-for-TV and cable movies. However, a theatrical wide release is long overdue. Thanks, Focus Features. View the trailer below, or by clicking >> HERE.

5. Almost Christmas>>>

Release Date: November 11
This is another David E. Talbert movie (director of First Sunday and Baggage Claim). Almost Christmas is billed as a Christmas comedy that tells the tale of a father who has one request for the holiday: that the family get along! David E. Talbert managed to get a number of Hollywood actors to be a part of this movie. Be prepared to see Danny Glover, Gabrielle Union, Mo’Nique, Omar Epps and more. View the Almost Christmas movie trailer >>> HERE.


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There you have it. This is my list of fall 2016 movies that I plan to see. Which movies are on your list this season? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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  1. Kiwi

    I dunno about that Mr.Church movie with Eddie Murphy. Looks like an updated Driving Miss Daisy or something i dunno. Definitely want to see Queen of Kwame!!

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  2. Cleverly Changing

    I went on a date with my husband. We go to the movies and were horrified by the options we had. I see that you have “Girl on the Train” on your list. I would love for you to elaborate a little more about why it’s one you’d watch. I considered it but I’m not so sure it’s worth my time.

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      Ramona

      Cleverly Changing, thanks for the comment. I want to see Girl on the Train because it’s a book that was made into a movie. I have a fascination with film adaptations of books. I must admit that I’m sheepish when it comes to suspenseful, scary movies. Girl on the Train may be a challenge for me.

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  3. Whitney

    The Girl On the Train and Almost Christmas are definitely on my list. I’m waiting to hear more about TGOTT before I see it but Almost Christmas is a definite.

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