Top 5 2015 Movies To Watch Out For This Fall: Disney Movies, Star Wars And More!

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Check out our 5 picks of awesome movies that you should watch this coming Fall.

With recent release of awesome movies like Avengers: Age of Ultron, Kingsman, Furious 7, Mad Max and Jurassic World, you might think that these are the best movies of 2015. But hold your horses as we still have a few months left for 2015 and more awesome movies are coming your way.

So we pick five of the upcoming films that we think will be some of the awesome movies for the end of the year.

Bridge of Spies (October 16)

Inspired by true events, this movie is set during the Cold War, Brooklyn lawyer James B. Donovan is forced in the middle on the Cold War conflict where he is tasked to negotiate with the Soviet Union for the release of Francis Gary Powers, who was the pilot of the spy plane that was taken down at Soviet Union territory. The film is directed by Steven Spielberg and written by Matt Charman and Ethan Coen & Joel Coen. Starring Tom Hanks. This is a must watch film for Tom Hanks and Spielberg fans.

Spectre (November 6)

The fourth James Bond film that features Daniel Craig as James Bond and the twenty-fourth in the James Bond franchise. In this film, James Bond must come face-to-face with the sinister organization known as SPECTRE. Long time James Bond fans and event spy movie fans should miss this one out

The Good Dinosaur (November 25)

Looks like Pixar is on a roll this year, with two films (first was Inside Out) being released at the same year. The Good Dinosaur takes place in an alternate timeline where dinosaurs never got extinct as the meteor never hit earth. If you are into kid friendly films and CGI films, you should put this on your must-watch list.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens (December 18)

Star Wars is making a comeback with a brand new trilogy, taking place a couple of years after the events of The Return of The Jedi. Now directed by J.J. Abrams where we will be seeing new faces and the return of the original cast such as Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford. There?s no other reason for you to not miss this one.

The Hateful Eight (December 25)

Almost not cut for a Fall release, but who could not resist watching a Quentin Tarantino film, story revolves on eight strangers who seek refuge in a stagecoach stopover when all hell breaks loose. Starring Samuel L. Jackson and Kurt Russell with full of witty dialogues, bounty hunters and western gunfights.


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