A deeply human look at a woman’s wayward journey toward self-fulfillment in the pre-women’s-liberation era and a sensitively observed, child’s-eye coming-of-age tale, Wildlife poignantly illuminates the complex ways in which families function, fall apart, and find their way.
In a time a long, long ago in a distant fairy tale countryside, Gretel leads her little brother, Hansel, into the dark woods in search of work and or food in order to help themselves and their parents but stumble upon an evil witch in a cabin that has a taste for children. Unlike the original Hansel and Gretel tale this live action is based on, Gretel is aged up, looking almost like a young adult taking care of an even younger Hansel. Not only will this place some added I'm-an-adult-taking-care-of-a-small-child-that-needs-me-to-hold-his-hand issues that weren't there in the original tale, but there seems to be a lot more evil at play this time around.
Based on the bestselling comic book, Vin Diesel stars as Ray Garrison, a soldier recently killed in action and brought back to life as the superhero Bloodshot by the RST corporation. With an army of nanotechnology in his veins, he’s an unstoppable force-stronger than ever and able to heal instantly. But in controlling his body, the company has sway over his mind and memories, too. Now, Ray doesn’t know what’s real and what’s not-but he’s on a mission to find out.
The directorial debut of actor Paul Dano reveals a filmmaking talent of remarkable intelligence and restraint. Adapted by Dano and Zoe Kazan from the novel by Richard Ford, this meticulously crafted portrait of the American nuclear family in crisis charts the rift that forms within a 1960s Montana household when the father and breadwinner (Jake Gyllenhaal) abruptly departs to fight the forest fires raging nearby, leaving his restless wife (Carey Mulligan, in a performance of fearless emotional honesty) and teenage son (Ed Oxenbould) to pick up the pieces.
A bone-chilling nightmare from the directors of Goodnight Mommy, The Lodge follows a family who retreat to their remote winter cabin over the holidays. When the father (Richard Armitage) is forced to abruptly depart for work, he leaves his children, Aidan (It's Jaeden Martell) and Mia (Lia McHugh) in the care of his new girlfriend, Grace (Riley Keough). Isolated and alone, a blizzard traps them inside the lodge as terrifying events summon specters from Grace's dark past.
Gotham might be a man's world, but the women of this dark city have decided that they've had enough... Harley Quinn has always been known as the Joker's main squeeze, as if she can only be defined as a valuable person by her association with him. After Harley breaks up with Mr. J, she decides to start over even though she's in a town known for being the playground of men. Harley's not the only one seeking emancipation. She finds other women, Dinah Lance/Black Canary, Helena Bertinelli/Huntress and Renee Montoya, who are fed up with being pushed down. When an evil crime boss sets his sights on a young girl, these women fight back.
What you can't see can hurt you. Trapped in a violent, controlling relationship with a wealthy scientist, Cecilia (Elisabeth Moss) escapes in the dead of night and disappears into hiding. But when her abusive ex suddenly dies, Cecilia suspects his death was a hoax. As a series of eerie coincidences turns lethal, threatening the lives of those she loves, Cecilia's sanity begins to unravel while she desperately tries to prove she is being hunted by someone nobody can see.
The world needed a hero, we got a hedgehog. Superpowered with speed, Sonic races to save the world and stop evil genius Dr. Robotnik from world domination. Jim Carrey and James Marsden star in the adventure the whole family will enjoy.
Jack Cunningham (Ben Affleck) once had a life filled with promise. In high school, he was a basketball phenom with a full ride to college, when suddenly, for reasons unknown, he walked away from the game, forfeiting his future. Now years later, Jack is stuck in a meaningless job and drowning in the alcoholism that cost him his marriage and any hope for a better life. When he is asked to coach the basketball team at his alma mater, which has fallen far since his glory days, he reluctantly accepts, surprising no one more than himself. As the boy starts to come together as a team and win, Jack may have finally found a reason to confront the demons that have derailed him. But will it be enough to fill the void, heal the deep wounds of his past, and set him on the road to redemption?
In a modernized fantasy world that is losing its magic to the convenience of technology, two elf brothers embark on a journey to see if they can use magic to meet their father. This is harder than it seems, as he died when they were both young and neither of them is sure there is still magic left in the world. That changes with the arrival of a magical staff that was a prearranged gift from their father. They initially succeed in bringing him back with a spell, but only from the waist down. Now they only have 24 hours to bring back the rest of him before he is gone forever.
Jane Austen's beloved comedy about finding your equal and earning your happy ending is reimagined in this delicious new film adaptation of Emma. Handsome, clever and rich, Emma Woodhouse (Thoroughbreds' Anya Taylor-Joy) is a restless "queen bee" without rivals in her sleepy little English town. In this glittering satire of social class, Emma must navigate her way through the challenges of growing up, misguided matches and romantic missteps to realize the love that has been there all along.