Using non-professional actors, Nadine Labaki’s well–received drama Capernaum tells the story of a Lebanese boy who sues his parents for giving birth to him. The film sees the boy survive on the streets before being arrested for a crime and suing his parents.
Hugh Jackman stars as former American senator Gary Hart, who was a leading presidential candidate in the 1988 elections. But news of his extramarital affair broke, changing political media forever. Also starring Vera Farmiga, J.K. Simmons, Alfred Molina and Bill Burr.
(PG-13) Ben Stiller’s upcoming Showtime miniseries is based on the true story of two convicted murderers who escaped from a prison in upstate New York with the help of a prison employee. Stars Benicio del Toro, Paul Dano and Patricia Arquette. Premieres 11/18/18.
David Spade embraces his darkness in this drama about a family who finds themselves in danger when they inherit their family farm, and find out that others will do anything to control its water rights. Stars Bruce Dern, Guillermo Diaz, Tammy Blanchard, and James Earl Jones.
Domhnall Gleeson stars as a doctor who is called to treat a patient at the mansion where his mother once worked as a housemaid. It then appears that the family is haunted by something more than their dying legacy. Based on Sarah Waters’ bestselling horror novel.
An ex-military chaplain with a tortured past is challenged further when he meets a radical environmentalist couple with a horrible secret. Ethan Hawke and Amanda Seyfried star in this drama by writer and director Paul Schrader (Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, The Canyons).
“Everything has a price. The great struggle in life is coming to grips with what that price is.” Nope, that’s not Frank Underwood. And it’s not Kevin Spacey as oil tycoon Jean Paul Getty anymore. Christopher Plummer replaced the fallen star in Ridley Scott’s reshot biopic.
Set in the 1950’s, Woody Allen’s latest film follows four people working in a Coney Island amusement park. The color grading is a bit too vibrant, but we’re still looking forward to it. Starring Kate Winslet, Justin Timberlake, Jim Belushi and Juno Temple. Premieres 12/1/17.
(PG-13) Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is a comedy drama starring Frances McDormand as a mother who is frustrated with the lack of progress in her daughter’s murder case. She puts up three billboards to rile things up. Directed by Martin McDonagh (In Bruges).
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.
(PG-13) A woman’s life unravels over Snapchat. Shot on the app itself, Trim Lamba’s powerful short is as innovative as it is timely. It’s easy to shine a spotlight on yourself these days, but you’ll quickly find out that there are many reasons why folks tune in.
“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.
Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander play an infertile couple in the 1920s living on their own in an island off the coast of Australia. One day a boat carrying a baby and a dead man washes up on their shore. A drama based on ML Stedman’s eponymous novel.
Will and his girlfriend Kira attend a lavish dinner party hosted by his ex-wife Eden. It’s supposed to be a reunion among old friends, but between the new faces, the creepy house and the hosts themselves, it’s apparent that something else is afoot in The Invitation.
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