Hello and welcome back. This is once again, the deputy of movie deputy to have come here to talk to you about the movies that are coming out on October 22nd, 2021. I'm really looking forward to going over this with you. We've got a lot of movies to discuss today, and I'm just going to try to keep it short and sweet, but just trying to touch on the important things. The first one I'm going to start with is dune a lot of people have been really looking forward to this, especially fans of the original dune that came out in 1984. And so I do want to preface with this dune movie is going to be part one. A lot of people don't realize that doing it this time around is being divided into two parts. So this is only going to be the first part of the story that is coming out on October 22nd.
Also, this movie is coming out the theaters and it's also going to be available on HBO max one day early. So on October 21st at 6:00 PM central standard time, if you have HBO, max, it might be 6:00 PM and the other time zone to two, but I'm not a hundred percent sure on that. But since I knew now central time, I wanted to go ahead and just kind of lead with that on there. The story is it's still the Frank Herbert story, but there's good. There's a few changes along the way and how the story is told as the directors are different. And as anybody who loves film knows that directors tend to take a little bit of creative license with the doctor. And sometimes it makes them better and sometimes not so much, but we're just going to have to kind of wait and see how this goes.
Basically, the whole idea of this part of the story is that Paul basically he grew up in this Royal family and he has been sent on a quest to find and protect the most valuable item in the galaxy and doing that. He's going to have to face a lot of fears and there's going to be a lot of different things that he's going to have to come across and deal with, but it's going to make for a very exciting, very intense story that I among many others are really looking forward to. Now this weekend, we've also got a kids movie coming out. This one is rated PG the kid's movie it's called, Ron's gone wrong. Now, if you've ever seen big hero six or Wally, I'm sure you will enjoy this one as well. This one basically is about a little boy named Bernie, who basically all of the kids all have these little robot friends and stuff that basically know everything about them and know their whole lives.
And so his dad gets him one named Ron and this robot is disfunction junction to say the least, but it makes for a fun adventure. This movie is also the debut film of locksmith animation. No, I'm not familiar at all with them, but let's just wait and kind of see how this goes. And if this is anywhere as good as big hero six and Wally, we're going to have a lot of fun with this. So be sure to kind of check that out. Especially if you've got younger kids, we will try to have the ratings and reviews and stuff up on these as soon as possible on movie, deputy.com. The next movie we're going to on is the electrical life of Louis wain. This movie is PG 13. A lot of people aren't familiar with Louis Wayne. He was an artist in the 19th century, uh, Louis Wayne and the 19th century.
He had a kind of a fascination of painting cats. Now he didn't just pink cat portraits. These were very abstract, very colorful, very creative, just kind of unusual paintings, almost like if a cat was a Mandela and I'm not talking about Mandela effect, I'm talking about the art type of Mandela, but so that's kind of what this story is going to be about is his life. And it's, uh, just kind of a star studded adventure that is going to be a lot of fun for art lovers. A lot of fun for cat lovers, including myself or so. I'm hoping as I am a proud cat mom, and basically if you're at all familiar with his work, you're going to enjoy this a lot as well. It's electrical life of Louis. Wayne does come out November 5th on prime video. The next movie we are going to be discussing is the French dispatch by Wes Anderson.
Now, if you're at all familiar with Wes Anderson's work, people tend to either love it or hate it. I highly advise that you do some research into west Anderson. If you aren't already familiar with his work before seeing one of his films, if you are familiar with his work and he loves his work, you're going to enjoy this because he has a very specific style to his movies. And that's just kind of the preface of this one going in. The next film we'll be discussing is the French dispatch, which is basically a story that is based on a fictional 20th century city, where the French dispatches a magazine, where, from what I understand, it's love letters to the journalists in this magazine. It is an R rated movie and the collection of stories and stuff that are told in this definitely kind of take you through the entire gamut of what the characters that they're trying to reach and what they're trying to portray.
Who's writing the letters and who exactly they're meant for, but all being published in this magazine, it's kind of an unusual type love story. Creative thing that is told about journalists. And like I said, if you're familiar with Wes Anderson's work, you are going to love it. And if you're not, I just advised during your research prior to watching it, the next move you ever gonna touch on is called warning. It is available in theaters and limited release and digital and on demand on October 22nd, warning does have an art rating and it's some people that might watch the trailer might think, okay, this is going to be, just be another asteroid apocalypse movie, which basically it is one of the things in the kind of the synopsis of the story is that these people find it easier to live in an illusion rather than in reality.
And the whole story is about time counting down to when everything ends and kind of how they all deal with it and what they're going through and just their lives pre knowing about what what's happening and then knowing what's going to happen up until the very end. This movie also comes out on DVD and Blu-ray on October 26th. I know we're going through a lot of movies here, so I apologize if I'm going through them at all too quickly, feel free to pause this rewind, um, kind of just do whatever you need to do. If I'm mentioning a movie that you want to check out, if you want to know a little bit more information on any of these movies that I'm discussing today, feel free to reach out to us as well at [email protected]
or the contact us page and moviedeputy.com. The next movie we're going to be talking about today is called the harder they fall.
This movie is coming out in limited release on the 22nd, and it'll be available on Netflix, London, November 3rd, as this is a Netflix movie. This movie is roughly about Nat love and that love was actually a real person. He wrote a book titled Nat love a true history of slavery days. This story is basically about Nat learning that his nemesis has been released from prison, and he doesn't necessarily agree with that decision. And so he hunted the guy down and is determined to take revenge on this person. This movie is set in like an old Western style. It's that if you like westerns, you're going to definitely enjoy this. Netflix movies have really kind of covered an entire wide array of everything since they started producing their movies. And this one is interesting because like I said, it's actually based on based loosely on a true story.
And if you're an author curious about the character net love, like I said, you can look up that story of his, and that should be pretty easy to find out. Imagine the platforms I actually haven't looked for it, but I'd imagine it wouldn't be too difficult to come across. The next movie that is coming out on the 22nd is every last one of them. And that's a title that doesn't tell you a whole lot of what to expect. So this one didn't surprise me on that at all. It does have an R rating. This is about a man who is searching for his daughter, and basically he, in the process of this, he comes across a giant conspiracy about water rights. It ends up being just a lot more about him searching for something, but just trying to right a wrong that's happening. And just kind of that whole line of thought on that.
This one does come up on the electrical release and digital release on October 26th. The next movie we're going to be discussing is called the estate. They said, movie is R rated. Basically, it's a story about money and power people who tear. I do conspired about money and murder, and it's got a very happy sexual content to in recognition. This guy is, becomes the target of some people that he knows just because they're after what he has. I can't really go into it a whole lot more without giving too much away. Like I said, these podcasts will not be spoiler free, but this is just one of those movies that if you kind of like those intense movies that are somewhat predictable, but just still kind of have an interesting idea to them. You might like this. It's going to definitely have a limited audience, the bonds that are at least that it's targeted towards, but that does not mean that it's not going to have its audience on the last, our next movie that we're going to be discussing is called Rhapsody of love.
This one doesn't have a rating yet. So it's not, not rated. This one is an Asian Australian rom-com. And it's basically some people who were involved with weddings, like once a plan or went to a photographer, they ended up falling in love. And it's basically that story. I don't mean to oversimplify it, but basically that's it. And I mean, as with any rom-com story, I mean, it's going to have its highs and lows, but beds just going to be a lot of fun. And obviously, I mean, it'll tug at the heartstrings and stuff a little bit, cause that's kind of the whole point of it, period, that those kind of movies and things like that, where it's just something like crazy rich Asians was the one I was just trying to think of. That might be one to compare that to though the stories are drastically different.
The feel of the movie could possibly end up being similar. And so I haven't seen any of these yet just for clarification. I am just trying to wrap the whole idea of it out, but trying to give you a little bit more information about it. So you're not having to hunt all over the internet to find the information that you're looking for. The next movie we're going to talk about here is called no future. Now just the title and that alone sounds kind of dark, but we'll just kind of have to play this out and see no future does have an, an NR. So it's not rated. It's basically a really dark story about a drug overdose and the parent of the one who drug over just kind of becoming friends with her son's best friend. What happens between them after that? It's a very highly sexual story with a lot of things that are not going to be appropriate for audiences.
That's going to, there's a lot of drug content. There's a lot of, it's just an intense story. That definitely is not going to be for all the last, but definitely not least movie that we're going to be touching on today is called the subject. It is also a not rated movie. So it has an, an art rating. This is a very racially charged story. So anybody getting ready to watch this should be prepared that it does kind of touch on some things that are just, especially in nowadays. Society are very volatile, basically. It's about a white filmmaker. And I, the only reason I mentioned in the race is because it was intentional to the story, but as he's still missing, he ends up catching the murder of a young black man on film. It was completely unintentional, but he, he did catch that on film and proceeded with it because of what he caught on film.
He ends up being kind of stalked by people who are filming him and trying to make his life absolutely miserable because of what he accidentally caught on tape and what he did with that though. It's just, it's a revenge story. It's a story that feels almost like a biopic a bit. And it's just, like I said, it's very racially charged. It's a violent movie. It's just, there's a lot of that to it. And so if you're going to watch the subject, at least come prepared that that's going to be some of the information in there. And basically that's going to wrap up the movies that are out on October 22nd on certain titles, where I had more information about digitally available dates and or Blu-ray DVD. They turn anything like that. I'm going to always try to include that again. If you have any further questions for me, please feel free to reach out, um, movie, deputy.com or contact us [email protected]
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