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With Halloween fast approaching, what better movie to see than Carrie, a modern spin on a classic horror flick? This month has a little bit of everything, from old men behaving badly to the gorgeous George Clooney and Sandra Bullock floating out in space. Sexy.
Opening Oct. 4
Sandra Bullock goes to space as medical engineer Dr. Ryan Stone. Her breathtaking space-walk with her colleague Matt Kowalsky (George Clooney) turns out nightmarish when debris crashes into their shuttle, leaving them in zero gravity, gasping for oxygen, and solo. How far into the infinite will they drift?
Opening Oct. 11
Some magicians can walk on water, Machete (Danny Trejo) can swim through land. In this second film in the Machete Trilogy, Machete must accomplish the absurd once again. This time, he must travel through Mexico to face an army of super (strange) soldiers and prevent an unconventional arms dealer from launching a missile into space.
Opening Oct. 18
There is more to Carrie White (Chloë Grace Moretz) and her mother (Julianne Moore) than an awkward teen and a religious, single mom. Carrie, for instance, is a powerful telekinesis user, who goes all-out on prom night after withstanding the senseless beatings from her mother and her peers' pranks. A remake of the 1976 horror film, which was based on Stephen King's novel, Carrie returns to the theaters to make sure you have not forgotten her.
Opening Oct. 25
Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa.
His name is Irving Zisman (Johnny Knoxville), and he is an 86 year-old man on a journey across America with a mission: to deliver his eight year-old grandson Billy (Jackson Nicoll) to Billy's father. In this hidden-camera movie that recorded real people and genuine reactions, the duo shows the world how to properly enjoy a road trip and deal heart attacks to unsuspecting by-standers on the way. Don't be deceived by their ages— they'll crash weddings and funerals, flirt or cross-dress without ever blushing.
Directed by Ridley Scott, from a screenplay by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Cormac McCarthy, The Counselor has been described as a "No Country For Old Men on steroids." A lawyer (Michael Fassbender) thinks he can come out safe, clean and shiny after doing a one-time job in the bleak world of drug trafficking. With the help from an extravagant friend (Javier Bardem) and a shady middleman (Brad Pitt), he tries to smuggle $20 million of cocaine across the Mexican border and fails. Calamity ensues, and the men's ladies (Penelope Cruz and Cameron Diaz) are swept by it.