Tuesday, September 27, 2022

4 movies open Oct. 15 at Seattle-area theaters; here’s what to see

★★★ (out of four) “Final Duel” (R; 152 min): Director Ridley Scott, who knows a thing or two about mounting extensive historical epics (see “Gladiator”), is in his element here. Set in the world of 14th-century France, the story, told from three perspectives, revolves around a woman accused of rape, which opens a cascade of events, that of her husband (Matt Damon) and her best friend. (Adam Driver). Jodie Comer and Ben Affleck co-star. Check out the full review here. many theatres. – Soren Anderson, exclusive to The Seattle Times

“Halloween Kills” (R; 106 min): Filmmaker David Gordon Green and the gang are back with this installment, where “Halloween” 2018 ended. Unfortunately, the execution is worryingly messy, with a chaotic tangle of storylines. In an effort to do too much, it ends up doing nothing. Check out the full review here. many theatres. – Katie Walsh, Tribune News Service

simultaneously opening

“demigod” (Not rated for mature audiences; 95 minutes): A woman (Rachel Nichols) discovers a terrifying secret after traveling to Germany’s Black Forest in director Miles Dolech’s horror film. University.

“Hard Luck Love Song” (R; 104 min): A down-on-the-luck singer-songwriter (Michael Dorman) comes to an existential crossroads after a chance encounter with an old love and a series of bad decisions. many theatres.

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