by Cayla Destefani
The box-office will sure be packed this fall when new movies reach the big screen. Fall 2014 is expecting many new hits. Here are just a few highlights September through November:
The Maze Runner: Rated PG-13. 1hr 15min. September 19. A boy finds himself in a dangerous maze with no recollection of his life before appearing there. He has nightmares of a secret organization and hopes to figure out his purpose in the maze.
Jack and the Cuckoo-Clock Heart: Rated PG. 1h 34min. September 24. An animated film where a boy is given a clock for a heart when he is born and his heart fails. He can never get too angry, excited, or fall in love or it could damage his delicate heart.
Two Night Stand: Rated R. 1hr 26min. September 26. A couple is unwillingly forced by a snowstorm to extend their one-night-stand in this romantic comedy.
Annabelle: Rated R. October 3. Before the Conjuring there was Annabelle. A man gets his wife a beautiful doll that she adores, but one night the couple is attacked and brutally murdered by a satanic cult who conjure an entity into the doll.
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day: Rated PG. 1hr 21min. October 10. Everyone has bad days. Alexander thinks no one understands his bad day until his lucky family members all start losing their luck on their own bad days.
The Judge: Rated R. 141min. October 10. Robert Downey Jr. as lawyer Hank Palmer goes back to his home town where his father, the county judge, is suspected of murder. He sets out to discover the truth and reconnect with his family.
Big Hero 6: November 7. Walt Disney animation and Marvel comics combine to produce Big Hero 6. A robotics prodigy and his robot uncover a criminal plot and gather inexperienced crime fighters to take on the evil force.
Interstellar: November 7. Space discoverers take advantage of a wormhole to travel to interstellar space that has never been experienced before. Space travel has never been this advanced.
Mockingjay, Part 1: November 21. Katniss Everdeen returns after the in District 13 after destroying the Hunger Games and losing her home in District 12. She reluctantly accepts the role of Mockingjay, rebel leader against the Capital.