Movies Released August 25, 2023

Friday, August 25

126 mins

The Hill PG

Inspiring true story of Rickey Hill, the small-town son of a traveling Pastor (Dennis Quaid). A sandlot baseball phenom, Rickey defiantly overcomes his physical disabilities and father’s persistent worry for his health, to fulfill his dream of playing professional baseball and ultimately transforming his connection with his father.
Dennis Quaid, Colin Ford, Joelle Carter, Bonnie Bedelia, Scott Glenn, Jeff Celentano, Angelo Pizzo, Randy Houser
Drama Sports

The Admirer

A woman searches for answers after her life is hacked by a mysterious person from her past harboring a dangerous obsession.
Roxanne McKee, Martin Makariev, Rolfe Kanefsky, Chris Philip, Richard Fleeshman, Tina Casciani, Christina Bennington
Thriller
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Gran Turismo PG-13

No plot details have been announced.
David Harbour, Jason Hall, Djimon Hounsou, Neill Blomkamp, Dana Brunetti, Doug Belgrad, Michael De Luca, Archie Madekwe
Drama Action True Story Based on Game
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Golda PG-13

Film about the former Israeli prime minister, Golda Meir, set during the Yom Kippur war of 1973.
Nicholas Martin, Ben Caplan, Guy Nattiv, Helen Mirren, Camille Cottin, Ed Stoppard, Dominic Mafham
Drama Thriller Biography
90 mins

Retribution R

Follows a successful Wall Street executive who discovers on his way to work that a bomb has been planted in his car by an unknown assailant. He is forced to follow a series of orders throughout the day or else the bomb will be detonated.
Nimrod Antal, Alex Heineman, Andrew Rona, Matthew Modine, Jack Champion, Chris Salmanpour, Andrew Baldwin, Liam Neeson
Action Thriller Remake
92 mins

Bottoms R

Two unpopular queer girls start a fight club to have sex before their high school graduation.
Havana Rose Liu, Elizabeth Banks, Max Handelman, Nicholas Galitzine, Ayo Edebiri, Rachel Sennott, Emma Seligman, Dagmara Dominczyk
Comedy Teen

The Retirement Plan R

When Ashley (Ashley Greene) and her young daughter Sarah (Thalia Campbell) get caught up in a criminal enterprise that puts their lives at risk, she turns to the only person who can help – her estranged father Matt (Nicolas Cage), currently living the life of a retired beach bum in the Cayman Islands.
Nicolas Cage, Ron Perlman, Ashley Greene, Tim Brown, Jackie Earle Haley, Joel David Moore, Ernie Hudson, Grace Byers
Action Comedy Crime

You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah PG-13

A girl’s bat mitzvah plans unravel and threaten to ruin one the day.
Adam Sandler, Luis Guzman, Sammi Cohen, Alison Peck, Idina Menzel, Sarah Sherman, Sunny Sandler, Sadie Sandler
Comedy Adaptation

Bank of Dave PG-13

After big financial institutions fail the people in his small town, a car dealer decides to set up his own bank.
Naomi Battrick, Phoebe Dynevor, Paul Kaye, Chris Foggin, Rory Kinnear, Hugh Bonneville, Joel Fry
Drama Comedy Biography

Piaffe NR

Introverted and unqualified, Eva is unexpectedly tasked with foleying the sound for a commercial featuring a horse. As she slowly acclimates to the new job, her obsession with creating the perfect equine sounds grows into something more tangible. Eva harnesses this new physicality, becoming more confident and empowered, and lures an unassuming botanist into an intriguing game of submission.
Ann Oren, Simone Bucio, Sebastian Rudolph, Simon Jaikiriuma Paetau, Björn Melhus, Lea Draeger
Drama

The Dive

A dive at one of the world's most remote spots becomes a fight to the death for sisters Drew (Lowe) And May (Krause) when a landslide sends rocks tumbling into the sea, trapping May in the depths. As their oxygen runs low, Drew must make life-and-death decisions with no outside help in sight...
Sophie Lowe, Maximilian Erlenwein, Louisa Krause
Thriller

Vacation Friends 2 R

Picking up a few months after the end of “Vacation Friends,” this uproarious sequel finds newly married couple Marcus (Howery) and Emily (Orji) inviting their uninhibited besties Ron (Cena) and Kyla (Hagner), who are also newly married and have a baby, to join them for a vacation when Marcus lands an all-expenses-paid trip to a Caribbean resort. His reason for traveling there in the first place is to meet with the owners of the resort to bid on a construction contract for a hotel they own in Chicago. But when Kyla’s incarcerated father Reese (Buscemi) is released from San Quentin and shows up at the resort unannounced at the worst possible moment, things get out of control, upending Marcus’ best laid plans and turning the vacation friends’ perfect trip into total chaos.Picking up a few months after the end of “Vacation Friends,” this uproarious sequel finds newly married couple Marcus (Howery) and Emily (Orji) inviting their uninhibited besties Ron (Cena) and Kyla (Hagner), who are also newly married and have a baby, to join them for a vacation when Marcus lands an all-expenses-paid trip to a Caribbean resort. His reason for traveling there in the first place is to meet with the owners of the resort to bid on a construction contract for a hotel they own in Chicago. But when Kyla’s incarcerated father Reese (Buscemi) is released from San Quentin and shows up at the resort unannounced at the worst possible moment, things get out of control, upending Marcus’ best laid plans and turning the vacation friends’ perfect trip into total chaos.
John Cena, Steve Buscemi, Lil Rel Howery, Todd Garner, Ronny Chieng, Clay Tarver, Yvonne Orji, Meredith Hagner
Comedy Sequel

Fremont

Follows the woman who served as a translator for US troops in Afghanistan.
Jeremy Allen White, Gregg Turkington, Babak Jalali, Anaita Wali Zada, Hilda Schmelling, Avis See-tho, Siddique Ahmed, Taban Ibraz
Drama

Carpet Cowboys

The psychedelic carpets lining our hotel hallways, casinos, and convention centers can be traced to one town: Dalton, Georgia, the “Carpet Capital of the World.” In this bastion of American manufacturing we find an interwoven set of locals who are the unsung creators behind the majority of the country’s carpets. Among them is Roderick James, a Scottish expat living an “American Country Lifestyle” pursuing success in a rapidly changing world.
Emily MacKenzie, Noah Collier
Documentary

Friday, August 25