Movies Releasing For The Week Of October 19, 2018

We are back for another week. Ready to get my … Interesting take on movies?

Here is what movies are coming out tomorrow, and if we suggest you watching them.


22 July – Releasing 10/19/18
Rotten Tomatoes Reviewer Score – 79%

This is a film covering the 2011 tragic event of the right-wing terrorist Anders Behring Breivik. The movie follows his horrible act, and the sad and tragic murder of 77 teens in Norway. All of which took place in a camp.

I don’t think I can watch this. There is a level of seriousness that just hurts sometimes, and this movie is tragic, and in my opinion a bit too senseless. I don’t know how much they will choose to show, and how much they will hold back, but it’s still to much for me.

Can You Ever Forgive Me? – Releasing 10/19/18
Rotten Tomatoes Reviewer Score – 100%

Lee Isreal is a celebrity biographer. Her works never hit a market, and she falls on hard times. She sells her collection of books to make ends meet. Upon inspection of some books she finds a letter from a famous writer. Due to her situation, she attempts to sell it, and is told that she would have received more in the offer if it was more salacious. So begins her criminal acts of forging stories and styles of famous dead writers to sell to collectors.

I can’t even. I love Melissa McCarthy, but this work is a very dry humor. It feels like it’s a drama wearing the skin of a comedy. That being said, if the style and cadence of “An Evening with Beverly Luff Linn” is not your style, but you want to watch a fresh new comedy movie, this is a unique and interesting film. Be warned though, the comedy will not be as pronounced.

An Evening with Beverly Luff Linn – Releasing 10/19/18
Rotten Tomatoes Reviewer Score – 43%

Lulu Danger is a married woman who is not satisfied with her life. Everything is turned upside down when the town goes crazy at the appearance of a man, to perform “An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn; For One Magical Night Only.”

This movie is getting trashed by reviewers. However that being said, it looks literally bonkers. Total Nutzo. It’s hard to get an idea what this movie is supposed to be about. If you are looking for an off the wall comedy, then I recommend watching this, but don’t expect Shakespeare.

Galveston – Releasing 10/19/18
Rotten Tomatoes Reviewer Score – 63%

A hit man is step up in a double cross, with the intent to be set up for a crime. He survives the ordeal, and escapes with a young woman who was supposed to be a victim of the double cross. After escaping they go on the run, and the woman brings a young child along. They attempt to escape their life, and the situation they are caught in, while trying to find piece in the journey.

This movie is heavy, but breathtaking in the acting ability of the cast. Elle Fanning and Ben Foster give amazing performances that are worthy of a watch. The piece in the end might seem like the typical “bad man made good with the love of an unwilling woman who finds his soft core”…. Wait, is that a trope? I know I’ve seen that in like 20 movies in my life… Regardless this movie looks like a good watch on the acting ability of the cast alone.

Halloween – Releasing 10/19/18
Rotten Tomatoes Reviewer Score – 83%

The amazing return of Jamie Lee Curtis to the Halloween franchise. She is taking up her iconic role as Laurie Strode. She has been planning this event for years, the end of her conflict, and a confrontation with Michael Myers. She has had to deal with the fallout of this Michael’s killing spree 40 years prior.

I’m happy to see the return of Curtis to the franchise. I’m a little reserved at the belief that this will be good though. How many tries do we give a franchise before we move on. Why can’t we have new and amazing horror like Hell Fest? Regardless, you need your horror movie for the week, since it’s October, and this is it.

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