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10-5-12: Movie Time with Jed and Mike
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If you're looking for a flick to see this month, October's got everything from sci-fi to stopmotion. Here to help us sort through it all are our resident movie experts Jed Dietz and Mike Sragow.
Topping their short-list of movie must-sees is the latest from Paul Thomas Anderson, of There Will be Blood fame. His psychological drama, starring the powerhouse duo Philip Seymour Hoffman and Joaquin Pheonix, follows the shattered life of a WWII veteran and his immersion in an engimatic movement dubiosly named The Cause.
Also up to bat is Tim Burton's remake of his 1982 animated film Frankenweenie, Josh Radnor's second directoral endeavor Liberal Arts, the sci-fi flick Looper, and the movie adaptation of Stephen Chbosky's classic novel The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
Plus, Jed and Mike commemorate the 30th anniversary of E.T. with a look into the tremendous legacy of Stephen Spielberg. You should also check out Mike Sragow's piece for the New Yorker on E.T. turning 30.