“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.
Jason Segel is the late David Foster Wallace in this adaptation of David Lipsky’s book about his road trip with Wallace. The book is mainly a transcript of their conversations, and Wallace spoke like he wrote: funny, earnest and humane.
“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.
Woody Allen writes and directs a movie about a neurotic old __ who meets a young and beautiful __ who helps him overcome his __. Set in the lovely city of __ with a jazz score by __. Stuttering, misery, everyone else is wrong, bittersweet ending.
A high school senior is forced by his mom to befriend a girl in his class, because he only has one other friend and she’s dying of leukemia. This teen drama won both a Grand Jury Prize and an Audience Award at the 2015 Sundance Festival.
Colin Farrell, Rachel McAdams and Taylor Kitsch play policemen while Vince Vaughn plays a shady businessman in the new season of True Detective. They’re brought together by a bizarre murder that leads to a web of conspiracy.
Arnold Schwarzenegger stars in a drama. A zombie drama. Arnie plays a devoted father who stays by her daughter’s side as she turns into a mindless cannibal. Also starring Abigail Breslin (Zombieland, Little Miss Sunshine).
An upcoming Netflix exclusive series. Bloodline is about the Rayburns, a respected family in the Florida Keys. When the black sheep of their family comes home for their reunion, he threatens to expose their dark past. Drops 3/20.
A nominee for Best Foreign Film at the 2015 Academy Awards, Damián Szifron’s Relatos Salvajes (Wild Tales) is composed of six dark comedy short films, all of which have characters who wish to exact violent revenge.
“I have always taken the path that is most right.” A self-made businessman struggles to stay righteous as his competitors start acting like the mob. A Most Violent Year seems like Scarface if Tony Montana was an upright citizen.
A middle-aged man returns to his childhood home to verify a traumatizing event from his early life, when an unidentified flying object crashed on their farm. Josh Tanner’s The Landing is as good as short films get.
Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts play a couple who are having a midlife crisis. Their lives turn around when they befriend a young couple – Amanda Seyfried and Adam Driver – but their peers disapprove of their attempts to cling to youth.
(NSFW: Language) Written and directed by Chris Rock, Top Five is a movie about being black and famous in America today. Also stars Rosario Dawson, Gabrielle Union, JB Smoove, Kevin Hart, Cedric the Entertainer and Tracy Morgan.
From director Neill Blomkamp (District 9, Elysium) comes a drama about a robot child created specifically to learn, adapt and feel like a human being. Starring Dev Patel, Sharlto Copley, Sigourney Weaver and Hugh Jackman.
(NSFW) Marco Polo is about the legendary Italian explorer’s adventures in the court of the 13th century Mongol conqueror and Chinese emperor Kublai Khan. Premieres on the History Channel Netflix on 12/14.
The oil boom in Williston, ND attracted so many people that even some of those who got hired couldn’t find a place to stay. When a priest turned his church into temporary housing, tensions rose between locals and the overnighters.
Brad Pitt plays a battle-hardened sergeant in World War II, leading a five-man crew and their Sherman tank Fury on a suicide mission in Germany. Written & directed by David Ayer (Training Day, End of Watch).
A man falls in love with his computer’s highly intelligent operating system. Can a 21st century power fantasy wrapped in a plot for a viral video actually be moving? Well, if there’s anyone who can pull it off, it would be Spike Jonze.
“I just, like, zoned out for a second.” The newest trailer for Ben Stiller’s The Secret Life of Walter Mitty is six minutes-long and basically gives away the first half of the movie. We still want to see it on the big screen.
Walking with the Enemy is a World War II drama based on the heroics of Pinchas Tibor Rosenbaum, a Hungarian Jew. Pinchas helped thousands of his countrymen escape from the Nazis by disguising himself as a Nazi officer.
The new trailer for Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street lays out the life story of stock swindler Jordan Belfort. We’re not sure if it would be appropriate or ironic if Leo won his first Oscar with a comedy flick.
Christian Bale and Amy Adams play lovers and partners in crime forced to work for FBI agent Bradley Cooper in this fictionalized retelling of the 1978 Abscam investigation, which exposed several corrupt US congressmen and senators.
Ben Stiller plays Walter Mitty, a timid man who daydreams as a form of escape. But soon he’ll find out that real life can be better than his wildest dreams. Seems like a happier take on James Thurber’s classic short story.
Academy Award nominees Naomi Watts and Matt Dillon portray a couple who are happy with each other despite struggling to make ends meet. A film by critically-acclaimed writer and director Laurie Collyer (Sherrybaby). Also, Norm Reedus.
Denis Villeneuve’s Enemy stars Jake Gyllenhaal as a man who spots his splitting image doppelgänger, and sets off to try and figure out exactly who his double is. The teaser doesn’t show anything, but our curiosity sure is piqued.