Hitting theaters this weekend (Oct. 14-16) - Tucson News Now

Hitting theaters this weekend (Oct. 14-16)

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

As that weekend approaches, new, exciting movie options come along with it.

Every Thursday we sit down with Film Critic Herb Stratford to talk about flicks hitting the big screen.

Here's what you can watch for beginning Oct. 14:

  • The Accountant
  • Denial

Film Fest Tucson also runs next week, from Thursday, Oct. 20 to Sunday, Oct. 23.

Catch the event at Scottish Rite Cathedral, 160 S. Scott Ave.

For more information on the Film Fest schedule and ticket prices, visit FilmFestTucson.com.

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