By Sydney Richardson
If you’ve been waiting for films worth seeing in theaters, look no further! Check out the AMC Classic Hamilton 8 theater; only a 15-minute drive from Oxford.
1. A Star is Born (October 5th)
A third remake of the 1937 original film that is directed/produced by Bradley Cooper. Singer-songwriter Jackson Maine (Cooper) discovers and falls in love with young singer Ally (Lady Gaga). A Star is Born (2018) has been applauded for the acting, directing, cinematography and music.
2. Beautiful Boy (October 12th)
David Sheff (Steve Carell) watches his talented and intelligent son Nic (Timothee Chalamet) slowly fall into a heartbreaking struggle with meth addiction. David desperately tries to hold the family together and save Nic.
3. First Man (October 12th)
Oscar-winning director Damien Chazelle of the critically acclaimed film La La Land is back to help present the fascinating journey of NASA’s successful first steps on the moon. Neil Armstrong is played by Ryan Gosling (eye candy, big plus).
4. Halloween (October 19th)
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Michael Myers (Nick Castle) confronts Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) 40 years after a violent showdown between the two of them. Halloween (2018) is the eleventh production of the Halloween franchise and a sequel to the 1978 film.
5. Bohemian Rhapsody (November 2nd)
A highly anticipated film that focuses on trials faced by Freddie Mercury, renowned lead singer of British rock band Queen, and how the group rises to fame. The timeline builds up to the monumental Live Aid performance at Wembley Stadium in 1985.
6. Boy Erased (November 2nd)
19-year-old Jared Eamons (Lucas Hedges) is outed to his Baptist parents (mother Nicole Kidman and paster father Russell Crowe) and ultimately decides between enduring gay conversion therapy or being completely shunned by family, friends and the church.