A new look at Guy Ritchie’s potentially bombastic take on the legend of King Arthur (Charlie Hunnam) and his life after he pulls the fabled sword from the stone and must reclaim the throne from the evil Vortigern (Jude Law), who stole his father’s crown.
A blind man’s faith and family keep him happy and content. One day the tumor that’s been causing his vision loss miraculously shrinks. But his newfound independence and confidence opens up his world in both good and bad ways.
“I go through trillions of molecules that move aside and make way for me. While on both sides, trillions more stay where they are.” In this drama about nothing, Adam Driver plays Paterson, who loves to write poems but is content with his life as a bus driver.
“It’s sort of weird, being honored for the worst day of your life.” Billy Lynn and a handful of other American soldiers are honored as war heroes after serving in Iraq. In the midst of the celebration, Billy looks back at his experiences. Ang Lee adapts Ben Fountain’s satirical novel.
Jason Bateman directs and stars with Nicole Kidman in this adaptation of Kevin Wilson’s novel. A couple became famous in the ’70s for pulling bizarre pranks, which often included their kids. Now they’ve gone missing, and their offspring don’t know if it’s another prank or not.
Two years after a famous war photographer dies in a car accident, a retrospective of her work forces her husband and sons to confront their loss once more, especially the fact that her death was not as simple as it seems.
A rich banker is devastated by his wife’s sudden passing. Utterly broken, he ends up airing his heartache in a complaint letter to a vending machine company. Starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Naomi Watts. Directed by Jean-Marc Vallée (Dallas Buyers Club).
(PG-13 language) A talented composer is hounded by a phantom marching band after his beloved wife’s death. Matthew Goldenberg and Michael Slavens’ short is a vivid expression of inner turmoil and the loss of a loved one.
“America doesn’t bail out the losers.” Andrew Garfield plays a struggling breadwinner who gets evicted from his house. To survive, he ends up working for the corrupt broker that evicted him, played by Michael Shannon. Drops 9/25/15.
“Sometimes your worst self is your best self.” Everyone sounds like Rust Cohle in the new teaser for the second season of HBO’s True Detective. Don’t let us down Vince Vaughn. Vaguely Logical Proverbs premieres 6/15.
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