Will the Steven Spielberg/Tom Hanks Bridge of Spies bridge the gap between political thrillers and just-plain thrilling entertainment? With Halloween on the horizon, can we expect R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps to produce, well, goose bumps on its family-adventure seeking audience? Maybe The Martian, never one to shy away from thrills and chills, will feel more at home among those book-inspired, PG-rated scary creatures, who are sure to make fast friends with the inhabitants of that successful Hotel Transylvania 2. The folks taking The Walk to a higher cinematic terrain have discovered a bit of success in the skies. How high can they fly? The Intern has found a fashionable brand of success in his second career. How long until his box-office retirement? Far too young to retire, Pan is continually searching for new ways to charm his loyal following. Can he continue to make that lofty leap into a whole new generation of believers? Leaping into R-rated territory, Sicario is sincerely scary, ready to take down any nefarious characters in their law-abiding path. Also for mature scare seekers, Crimson Peak promises to take audiences to its own brand of colorful lands, filled with mystery and dramatic ghosts of the past. Can it reach the top of the drama-filled box office?
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