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Ten fall film releases

By PETER KEOUGH  |  September 24, 2012

LOOPER September 28 » This sci-fi noir from Rian Johnson spans many years, but in the old-fashioned way, via time machine. In 2072, the mob sends undesirables 30 years into the past where a hit man, played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt, whacks them. One contract turns out to be on himself, decades older, and played by Bruce Willis. I buy the premise, but Gordon-Levitt as a young Willis? Nonetheless, I have no problem with Emily Blunt as a gun-toting farmer.

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