Now that the summer of slumps is behind us, it's time to get into the more serious fall movies that will bring powerful performances and, perhaps, some Oscar gold.
This fall includes anticipated movies like the all-star cast in the reboot of "The Magnificent Seven," Oliver Stone's "Snowden," and Tom Hanks playing the Miracle on the Hudson pilot in the Clint Eastwood movie "Sully."
There are also smaller films that should have your attention like the Sundance hit "The Birth of a Nation," the powerful "The Light Between Oceans," and the Amy Adams sci-fi trip "Arrival."
Here are 27 movies coming out in the coming months that you should not miss:
"The Light Between Oceans" - out now
Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander prove they are two of the top actors working today as they play a couple whose lives crumble after rescuing a baby adrift in a rowboat. Based on the M.L. Stedman novel of the same name, the movie is a visually stunning look at sacrifice.
"Max Rose" - out now
This is Jerry Lewis' first leading movie role since Martin Scorsese's "The King of Comedy" in the 80s. The now-90-year-old legend delivers an emotionally charged dramatic performance as a jazz musician who struggles with the death of his wife and the possibility that she was unfaithful to him.
"Morgan" - out now
In this thriller Kate Mara ("Fantastic Four") plays a risk-management consultant who has to determine whether to terminate an artificial being who was created in a lab.
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