Must see movies in October
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October is looking to be a pretty exciting month for film, so here's a look at the films that will really be worth your while. The Girl on the Train Based on the book by Paula Hawkins, The Girl on the Train is a mystery thriller which follows divorcee Rachel Watson who fantasises about Scott and Megan Hipwell’s relationship while commuting to work. However, she soon gets caught up in a missing persons investigation when Megan disappears and is presumed dead. With a stellar cast of Emily Blunt, Rebecca Ferguson, Haley Bennett, Justin Theroux and Luke Evans, The Girl on the Train is looking to have to have as much success as the book did. The trailer alone is thrilling, and is looking promising to be one of the biggest and best releases this month. The Girl on the Train is released 5th October through Entertainment One. My Scientology Movie Everyone’s favourite documentarian is back, taking on one of the most controversial organisations in the world. Louis Theroux has explored neo Nazis, swingers, porn stars, prisoners, zionists, black nationalists, and now he’s taking on Scientology. In a rare feature length documentary, he investigates the infamous Church of Scientology. However, in true Scientology fashion, as Louis and director John Dower attempt to make a film about the notoriously private church, they in turn film Louis and the crew in retaliation. My Scientology Movie is sure to have more of Louis’ insistent questioning, awkward moments, and revelations about the people he spends time with- all of the things that makes his documentaries unique and so enjoyable to watch. My Scientology Movie is released on 7 October through Altitude Films. American Honey Winning the Prix du Jury at Cannes Film Festival, America Honey is looking to be one of the biggest hits on the festival circuit. With it finally being released in cinemas in October, Andrea Arnold’s first film to be directed outside of the UK is definitely one to watch. In it, free-spirited teenager Star (Sasha Lane) has nothing to lose, and joins a travelling magazine sales crew. She travels round with itinerant labourers who go door to door selling the magazines, but also parties hard at night after the long hours of the day. Star is offered a new life with new family, hope, and freedom. American Honey, also starring Shia LaBeouf and Riley Keough, looks to be a unique take on the coming-of-age drama.
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