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Dramas

The Mountain (Trailer)

The Mountain (Trailer)

Nope, this isn’t a Gregor Clegane/Game of Thrones spin-off. Instead, The Mountain is an unusual indie film starring Jeff Goldblum as a renowned lobotomist who finds himself on a tour to try and promote the benefits of the waning procedure, and the relationships that develop along the way.

Roma (Trailer)

Roma (Trailer)

Every frame is truly a painting in director Alfonso Cuaron’s black and white love letter to his home – a film about a difficult year in the life of a family in 1970s Mexico City. Arrives in theaters 11/21/18 and on Netflix 12/14/18.

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Jonathan (Trailer)

Jonathan (Trailer)

Ansel Elgort (Baby Driver) stars as a man suffering with a multiple personality disorder whose inner demons battle it out over a girl that one of his personas starts to date. Naturally, she doesn’t know that he can be two very different people.

Dirty John (Trailer)

Dirty John (Trailer)

As far as we know, Dirty John is the first TV drama to be based on a podcast. The Bravo limited series takes on the dark and gritty true crime story of a woman who falls in love with a handsome and successful doctor, but who ends up being anything but the man of her dreams.

Red Light

Red Light

(PG-13: Language) A woman finds herself stuck at a red light that never seems to want to change in this surprisingly tense and emotive short by writer/director/editor Sam Benenati. It’s a fantastic example of how less can sometimes be more in filmmaking.

At Eternity’s Gate (Trailer)

At Eternity’s Gate (Trailer)

Willem Dafoe portrays Vincent van Gogh in this non-traditional biopic which attempts to paint a picture of the artist’s life and mental health struggles through scenes based on letters he wrote. From director Julian Schnabel (The Diving Bell and the Butterfly)

My Dinner with Hervé (Teaser)

My Dinner with Hervé (Teaser)

Peter Dinklage stars in this HBO film about the final days of actor Hervé Villechaize (of Fantasy Island and Live and Let Die fame) and an encounter with an LA journalist that impacts both of their lives greatly.

The Kindergarten Teacher (Trailer)

The Kindergarten Teacher (Trailer)

Maggie Gyllenhaal stars in this Netflix drama about a school teacher who becomes obsessed with the talent and potential of a kindergarten student, and the extreme levels to which she will go to to ensure his abilities are exposed and appreciated. Drops 10/12/18.

Kidding (Trailer)

Kidding (Trailer)

“You are not a real person. You are a man in a box.” Jim Carrey stars as an iconic children’s TV character, whose bright and shiny persona masks the despair of his personal life. Frank Langella, Catherine Keener, and Judy Greer co-star in this compelling new Showtime series.

Fahrenheit 451 (Teaser)

Fahrenheit 451 (Teaser)

“A little knowledge is a dangerous thing.” Michael B. Jordan and Michael Shannon star in this HBO movie adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s classic novel about a bleak future in which so-called “firemen” burn books to control the minds of the people. Drops May 2018.

Hard Sun (Trailer)

Hard Sun (Trailer)

Luther creator Neil Cross’ mini-series looks incredibly intense. Hard Sun is a fresh take on police dramas, as two cops stumble onto details about a coverup that reveals the end of the world is upon us. Streaming now on BBC Player, and starting 3/7/18 on Hulu.

Trust: Season 1 (Trailer)

Trust: Season 1 (Trailer)

Now that Ridley Scott has presented his take on the story of J. Paul Getty and his kidnapped grandson, Danny Boyle and Simon Beufoy are here with a very different approach – an FX series inspired by the tale of greed and family dysfunction. Premieres 3/25/18.

Red Sparrow (Trailer)

Red Sparrow (Trailer)

(PG-13) Hot on the heels of Atomic Blonde comes Red Sparrow. Based on Jason Matthews’ eponymous spy novel, the movie stars Jennifer Lawrence as one of the products of a Russian program that trains girls to become wily and seductive secret agents.

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Hostiles (Teaser)

Hostiles (Teaser)

Christian Bale stars as an Army captain who must escort a Cheyenne chief and his family through dangerous territory. The “one last mission before I retire” thing has been done to death, but it seems fresh in this setting. From director Scott Cooper (Black Mass, Crazy Heart).

My Friend Dahmer (Trailer)

My Friend Dahmer (Trailer)

This film adaptation of Jeffrey Dahmer’s classmate Derf Backderf’s graphic novel explores the serial killer’s life during his teenage years. It doesn’t excuse his actions, but makes us ponder how ignorance of his mental health issues contributed to his outcome.

Message from the King (Trailer)

Message from the King (Trailer)

After a man’s sister is murdered, he comes to Los Angeles from Cape Town, South Africa to avenge her death. While the revenge thriller has been done to death, we’re excited for the cast, which includes Chadwick Boseman, Luke Evans, and Alfred Molina. Coming to Netflix 8/4/17.

Wakefield (Trailer)

Wakefield (Trailer)

After a handful of not so deep roles, Bryan Cranston seriously flexes his acting muscle as a successful lawyer thought to have gone missing, but who is fed up with his life and holes up in the attic of an unoccupied house across the street from his family.

Detroit (Trailer)

Detroit (Trailer)

Director Kathryn Bigelow of The Hurt Locker, Zero Dark Thirty, and yes, original Point Break fame presents a gritty drama that takes us inside the civil rights uprisings that engulfed Detroit, Michigan back in 1967.

The Lost City of Z (Trailer)

The Lost City of Z (Trailer)

A film inspired by the true story of Percy Fawcett, a British explorer who journeyed deep into the Amazon in search of a lost civilization that he was convinced was way more advanced that his contemporaries would believe. Coincidentally, the film is from Amazon Studios.

ROAR

ROAR

Not to be confused with the insane 1970s film about living with lions (which you also must watch), Stuart Langfield & Dylan Rekert’s short film is a contemplative take on the superhero genre, and a rare look at where superpowers lead heroes in their dying days.

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Sully (Trailer)

Sully (Trailer)

Tom Hanks plays Captain “Sully” Sullenberger, the brave and skilled pilot who saved 155 lives by safely landing his malfunctioning airliner in NYC’s Hudson River, and the distasteful investigation that ensued afterwards. Directed by the multitalented Clint Eastwood.

Marauders (Trailer)

Marauders (Trailer)

Bruce Willis plays a high-powered banker, and Christopher Meloni, Dave Bautista, and Adrian Grenier are FBI agents in this drama about a series of deadly bank robberies which turn out to actually be a cover for something much, much bigger.

Knight of Cups (Trailer)

Knight of Cups (Trailer)

The latest from Terence Malick (Tree of Life, The Thin Red Line) is a star-studded parable about a man (Christian Bale) who lives a shallow life of excess and celebrity, and the real life he longs for. The plot synopsis provides no further clues.

Focus (Trailer)

Focus (Trailer)

“There’s two kinds of people in this world. There’s hammers and there’s nails. You decide which one you want to be.” Will Smith plays a con man whose business and personal lives collide when he becomes romantically involved with his protégé.

20,000 Days on Earth (Trailer)

20,000 Days on Earth (Trailer)

Enigmatic musician and pop culture icon Nick Cave delves into 24 hours in his live in this quasi-fictitious film which blends real life and imaginary, and explores the importance of creativity and art as part of the human experience.

Gone Girl (Trailer 2)

Gone Girl (Trailer 2)

David Fincher’s latest film follows the story of a man (Ben Affleck) whose beautiful wife (Rosamund Pike) disappears, then his behavior and circumstantial evidence points to him as the prime suspect. Based on Gillian Flynn’s novel.

Noah (Trailer)

Noah (Trailer)

Russell Crowe plays the builder of the legendary ark in the latest film by Darren Aronofsky. If you are wondering just how epic the visionary’s take on a story of biblical proportions can be, this trailer’s images of fury and faith give a good idea.

Jamesy Boy (Trailer)

Jamesy Boy (Trailer)

A suburban teen gets involved in a street gang, and ends up in a maximum security prison with the most hardened of criminals. Based on a true story. Stars James Woods, Mary-Louise Parker, Ving Rhames, and newcomer Spencer Lofranco.

True Detective (Trailer 2)

True Detective (Trailer 2)

In this upcoming HBO drama, two detectives try to find a serial killer who’s been terrorizing Louisiana for 17 years. But it seems like one of them has a dark side of his own. The song is Young Men Dead by The Black Angels.

Out of the Furnace (Trailer 2)

Out of the Furnace (Trailer 2)

“We’re brothers. We’re all we’ve got.” It’s Christian Bale versus Woody Harrelson in Out of the Furnace, a promising drama that uses the current economic situation as its backdrop. Directed by Scott Cooper (Crazy Heart).

True Detective (Trailer)

True Detective (Trailer)

Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson star in this dark HBO drama about two detectives forced to work together to catch a serial killer who’s been on the loose for 17 years in the bayous of Louisiana. Coming January 2014.

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