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Films to Look Forward to This Fall

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									Films to Look Forward to This Fall

As the summer movie season fades away, many are looking forward to the
new releases in the fall. Audiences are sure to enjoy some family fun, an
old favorite and an action-filled romp or two. Some of today's biggest
stars are heading to the big screen, and here is a look at what to
expect.

Finding Nemo
Disney has given the animated classic a makeover and enhanced this family
favorite with eye-popping 3D imagery. Children everywhere will be begging
parents to find the lovable clown fish one more time. This is one of
Disney and Pixar's most successful films, and it is sure to draw massive
audiences to the theater.

Looper
Bruce Willis and Joseph Gordon-Levitt headline this unconventional action
thriller. The movie is set in the future, where time travel has been
outlawed. Only secret agents and members of the mob are able to use it.
Gordon-Levitt is a looper, a special assassin who kills and disposes of
targets from the future. Everything is fine until the young killer is
faced with his toughest target yet; himself. Director Rian Johnson was
concerned about the lack of resemblance between the film's two stars, and
Gordon-Levitt spent hours in a makeup chair each day being transformed
into a young Bruce Willis. This film was selected to open the Toronto
Film Festival and is sure to be a major draw this fall.

Frankenweenie
As the title suggests, this children's film is a new take on a horror
classic. When young Victor's dog passes away, the budding scientific
genius brings little Sparky back to life. This is an homage to the Mary
Shelley classic, complete with lightning, Igor, memorable characters and
some nonstop adventure. Directed by Tim Burton, this movie was
intentionally shot in black and white and bears the filmmaker's signature
style. Martin Short, Winona Ryder and Catherine O'Hara are among the
celebrities lending their voices to this clever twist on the Frankenstein
tale.

Paranormal Activity 4
October brings out some scary characters, and "Paranormal Activity 4"
ready to deliver the fright. Directors Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman
return for this sequel that is sure to terrify moviegoers this Halloween
season. Producer Oren Peli has been tight-lipped about the movie's plot,
but speculation has run rampant. Fans of the series are expecting the
most terrifying film yet.

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2
The time has come to bid farewell to Edward, Bella and Jacob. This
highly-anticipated film is the final chapter in the "Twilight" series.
Audiences have been eager to see Bella's transformation into a glistening
undead being, and this film is sure to pack the theaters. Audiences can
expect the usual werewolf and vampire action, but author and co-producer
Stephenie Meyer has added a few twists and surprises. This last
installment of the record-breaking series is sure to delight fans and is
one of the most anticipated films of the fall season.

Wreck-It Ralph
Rich Moore, a former animation director of The Simpsons and Futurama, has
teamed up with Walt Disney Animation Studios to create this animated
comedy. Fix-It Felix Jr. is a computer game reminiscent of the old Donkey
Kong style arcade games of the 1980s, and Ralph is the villain. For over
30 years, he has been pounding, thumping, crashing and destroying, and he
has had enough. Tired of being the bad guy, Ralph sets out on a journey
to find his true self and prove that he has what it takes to be a hero.
Of course, things don't go smoothly, and Ralph is faced with obstacles,
big and small, that may impact more than just his destiny. John C.
Reilly, Jane Lynch and Sarah Silverman voice the main characters in this
original family comedy.

Rise of the Guardians
Thanksgiving is a time for gratitude, families and a new release from
Dreamworks. The studio has been sticking with its formula of releasing
two films a year, one in the summer and one in the fall. "Rise of the
Guardians" is based on the popular children's books by William Joyce.
Chris Pine voices the main character, Jack Frost, who is a carefree boy
with a wintery touch. When the Nightmare King, brought to life by Jude
Law, unleashes his evil plan, only a few select heroes can stop him.
Jack, the Easter bunny, Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy and the Sandman band
together and attempt to save the world. Isla Fisher, Hugh Jackman and
Alec Baldwin also lend voices to this epic tale of good versus evil,
which will also be available in stunning 3D.

When the days become shorter and the sunshine begins to fade, movie-goers
head to the cinema to escape reality and have some popcorn. With an
assortment of films to choose from, this fall movie season is sure to
break box office records and take audiences on new and exciting
adventures.

For the past 6 years, Zack Mandell has been a contributing writer for
Gossip Center's general entertainment news department. In addition, he
currently owns and manages the movie website,
http://www.movieroomreviews.com

								
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