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Family Flick Picks for Fall

Family Flick Picks for Fall

Fall movies

School is back in full swing, and if you and your kids are looking for a break already, how about a trip to the theater during Fall movie season? There are great flicks this Fall for kids of all ages, from Ralph Breaks the Internet for the young ones to Fantastic Beasts and Venom for the older kids.

Take a look and see which films pique your interest, and look under “Also Recommended” for other films/books/games you might enjoy. We also like to look up movies before we go see them on Common Sense Media – they offer a great breakdown of almost every aspect of a movie from language, violence levels, and other questions parents might have.

Finally, we’ve compiled a list of theaters in Huntsville and more about the benefits of enjoying movies together as a family. Check out our list and happy viewing!


The House with a Clock in Its Walls

In Theaters Sept. 21, Rated PG
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Summary: A young boy goes to live with his warlock uncle in a creaky old house which has a mysterious ticking heart. Based on the 1970’s series of novels.
Also Recommended: The Goosebumps! Movie and TV series


In Theaters Sept. 28, Rated PG
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Summary: A Yeti is convinced that the mythical creatures known as “Smallfeet” (humans) really do exist after he meets one. Based on the book Yeti Tracks by Sergio Pablos.
Also Recommended: The Lego Movies

Little Women

In Theaters Sept. 28, Rated PG-13
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Summary: A modern retelling of the classic novel by Louisa May Alcott. Four sisters grow from childhood to womanhood.
Also Recommended: The 1994 version starring Winona Ryder, Kirsten Dunst, Claire Danes, and Susan Sarandon.


In Theaters Oct. 5, Rated PG-13
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Summary: Spider-Man’s popular villain/anti-hero gets his own movie! Disgraced photojournalist Eddie Brock joins with an alien symbiote to become the ruthless Venom.
Also Recommended: Spider-Man: Homecoming or any of the first two Sam Raimi-directed Spider-Man films.

Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween

In Theaters Oct. 12, Not Yet Rated
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Summary: A group of kids must stop Slappy and his monster allies from unleashing the Halloween Apocalypse.
Also Recommended: The first Goosebumps movie, the Goosebumps TV series

First Man

In Theaters Oct. 12, Rated PG-13
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Summary: A biopic of the first man to walk on the moon, Neil Armstrong, and the legendary space mission on July 20, 1969.
Also Recommended: Apollo 13, Gravity

The Hate U Give

In Theaters Oct. 19, Rated PG-13
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Summary: A black 16-year-old girl becomes an activist after witnessing the shooting of a childhood friend by police.
Also Recommended: The original YA novel

Johnny English Strikes Again

In Theaters Oct. 26, Rated PG
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Summary: The third in the Johnny English series; after a cyber-attack reveals the identities of all active undercover agents, Johnny English must come out of retirement to find the culprit.
Also Recommended: Johnny English and Johnny English Reborn, Mr. Bean TV series

The Nutcracker and the Four Realms

In Theaters Nov. 2, Not Yet Rated
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Summary: From Walt Disney Pictures, the classic tale of the Nutcracker hits the big screen with Keira Knightley starring as the Sugar Plum Fairy.
Also Recommended: The Nutcracker (2013) or a local live production of the Nutcracker ballet

The Grinch

In Theaters Nov. 9, Rated PG
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Summary: A new adaptation of the classic How the Grinch Stole Christmas! Starring Benedict Cumberbatch.
Also Recommended: The original animated special

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

In Theaters Nov. 16, Rated PG-13
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Summary: The second installment of the Fantastic Beasts film series (set before the Harry Potter series), featuring the adventures of magizoologist Newt Scamander.
Also Recommended: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the Harry Potter series

Ralph Breaks the Internet

In Theaters Nov. 23, Not Yet Rated
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Summary: The sequel to Wreck-It Ralph, Ralph and Vanellope explore the Internet after a Wi-Fi router gets plugged into the arcade.
Also Recommended: Wreck-It Ralph, Big Hero 6

Creed II

In Theaters Nov. 23, Not Yet Rated
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Summary: With Rocky Balboa as his trainer, Adonis Creed prepares to face Viktor Drago, the son of Ivan Drago, the man who killed his father.
Also Recommended: Creed, Rocky IV

Robin Hood

In Theaters Nov. 23, Rated PG-13
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Summary: A re-imagining of the classic tale of Robin Hood, the time appearing to be set in a dystopian future? Jamie Foxx co-stars as Little John.
Also Recommended: Kevin Costner’s Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, Robin Hood: Men in Tights

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

In Theaters Dec. 14, Not Yet Rated
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Summary: Spider-Men of different universes (including Peter Parker and Miles Morales) team up to tackle a threat to all of reality.
Also Recommended: The Ultimate Spider-Man and Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends cartoon series


In Theaters Dec. 21, Rated PG-13
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Summary: DC Comic’s Aquaman finally gets his major motion picture debut. Jason Momoa stars and James Wan directs.
Also Recommended: Wonder Woman


In Theaters Dec. 21, Not Yet Rated
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Summary: This prequel to Michael Bay’s Transfomers franchise takes place 20 years before the first film. In 1987, a teenage girl name Charlie finds Bumblebee and together they find themselves hunted by a secret government agency.
Also Recommended: The Transformers cartoon, either the 1980’s version or Transformers: Robots in Disguise

Mary Poppins Returns

In Theaters Dec. 21, Rated PG
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Summary: 25 years after the original movie, Mary Poppins returns to the now grown Jane and Michael Banks and helps them overcome a personal loss.
Also Recommended: The original Mary Poppins Disney movie

Holmes and Watson

In Theaters Dec. 21, Not Yet Rated
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Summary: Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly star in this humorous take of the classic mystery solving duo.
Also Recommended: Sherlock Holmes (2009) with Robert Downey, Jr. and Jude Law

Alita: Battle Angel

In Theaters Dec. 21, Not Yet Rated
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Summary: Based on a popular manga, a cyborg girl journey’s to discover her origins and fights to change the world.
Also Recommended: James Cameron’s Avatar

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