Friday, February 18
Alongside his companion Lulu, a Belgian Malinois, Army Ranger Briggs haul ass down the Pacific Coast in time to catch their best friend's – and handler's – funeral. One of them has a week to live, the other lives like every day is his last. Together, they'll drive each other insane, break a small handful of laws, narrowly evade death at the hands of some overly aggressive pot farmers, confront the possibility that pet psychics are real, teach each other how to love again, and give each other a chance for new life.
Reid Carolin, Channing Tatum, Brett Rodriguez, Ronnie Gene Blevins, Patricia Isaac, Betsy Danbury, Ken Meyer, Gregory Jacobs
The story follows a descendent of explorer Sir Francis Drake, a treasure hunter named Nate Drake who believes he has learned the whereabouts of El Dorado, the fabled South American golden city, from a cursed golden statue. The search becomes competitive when a rival hunter joins the fray, then is racheted up several notches when creatures -- actually mutated descendants of Spaniards and Nazis -- begin attacking those hoping to learn the treasure's true secrets.
Antonio Banderas, Avi Arad, Charles Roven, Mark Wahlberg, Tom Holland, Ruben Fleischer, Alex Gartner, Art Marcum
As a collection of history's worst tyrants and criminal masterminds gather to plot a war to wipe out millions, one man must race against time to stop them. Discover the origins of the very first independent intelligence agency.
Matthew Vaughn, Stanley Tucci, Harris Dickinson, Aaron Johnson, Gemma Arterton, Rhys Ifans, Charles Dance, Daniel Brühl
An aspiring sneaker designer from Queens who works as a stock boy in a shoe store. Forced to hide his artistic talent from his overburdened stepfather and two mean-spirited stepbrothers, his luck changes when he meets the fiercely independent daughter of a legendary basketball star and sneaker tycoon.
Jane Startz, George Gore II, Elizabeth Allen Rosenbaum, DJ Carson, Tamara Chestna, Chosen Jacobs, Lexi Underwood, John Salley
John Cusack (Grosse Pointe Blank) and Emile Hirsch (Into the Wild) star in this action thriller about a tough cop’s hunt for an even tougher criminal. Detective Breslin crosses paths with Calloway (Hirsch), a ruthless hacker desperate to find his wife, who has been kidnapped by a drug cartel. When Calloway escapes police custody, Breslin joins forces with a no-nonsense female cop to reclaim his prisoner. But is Calloway’s crime-boss father (Cusack) somehow involved in this explosive situation?
John Cusack, Emile Hirsch, Brian Skiba, Andrew Stevens, Dawn Bursteen, Ben Fiore, Jake Manley, Elizabeth Ludlow
Life is a journey and The Last Bus takes our old soldier, 90-year-old Tom Harper (Timothy Spall) on an epic trip from his home of fifty years - a remote village in the most northerly point of Scotland - back to the place he was born – close to England’s most southerly point. Battling against time, age and fate, desperate to keep a promise to his beloved wife Mary (Phyllis Logan), our intrepid hero Tom embarks on an odyssey, revisiting his past, connecting with the modern world and a diverse, multi-cultural Britain he has never experienced. The Last Bus is a road movie; a film about love, loss and the human spirit. A film that reminds us we are not alone - and that we're all on this ride together...
Gillies Mackinnon, Joe Ainsworth, Timothy Spall, Phyllis Logan
A rock climbing adventure between two friends turns into a terrifying nightmare. After Kelly (Brittany Ashworth) captures the murder of her best friend on camera, she becomes the next target of a tight-knit group of friends who will stop at nothing to destroy the evidence and anyone in their way. Desperate for her safety, she begins a treacherous climb up a mountain cliff and her survival instincts are put to the test when she becomes trapped with the killers just 20 feet away.
Ben Lamb, Anaïs Parello, Howard J. Ford, Tom Boyle, Brittany Ashworth, Louis Boyer, Nathan Welsh, David Wayman
In the late 1800s, a man arrives in a remote country village to investigate an attack by a wild animal but discovers a much deeper and sinister force that has the manor and its townspeople in its grip.
Boyd Holbrook, Kelly Reilly, Sean Ellis, Alistair Petrie
Widowed mother Holly (Sienna Guillory) is radically tested when her teenage daughter Betsey (Jessica Alexander) experiences a profound enlightenment and insists that her body is no longer her own, but in service to a higher power. Bound to her newfound faith, Betsey refuses to eat but loses no weight. In an agonizing dilemma, torn between love and fear, Holly is forced to confront the boundaries of her own beliefs.
Sienna Guillory, Ruth Paxton, Jessica Alexander, Ruby Stokes, Lindsay Duncan, Kaine Zajaz, Richard Keep, Deka Walmsley
Levi Miller stars as 15-year-old Benjamin Lane, a gifted young swimmer on the brink of the biggest swim meet of his life that could see him qualify for the Olympics. Pushed by his ruthless coach, Glenn (Robert Morgan) and his adoring but misguided mother, Kim (a terrific Laura Gordon), it’s unclear if Ben actually wants the life he’s seemingly being forced to chase. When his estranged father (Jason Isaacs) suddenly gets out of jail, Benjamin’s fight to escape his tumultuous past to Olympic glory becomes even more dangerous...
Levi Miller, Tyson Wade Johnston, Jason Isaacs, Jake Ryan, Laura Gordon, Sam Parsonson, Robert Morgan, Steve Bastoni
Based on the legendary demon Mammon, Incarnation is a twisted tale of greed about a young couple chasing the American dream. Brad (Taye Diggs) and Jess (Jessica Uberuaga) move to Los Angeles in search of a better life. When they stumble upon a hidden real estate gem, they are elated by their turn of fortune. But they soon learn that greed comes with a hefty price when their ideal home is hiding a secret far more sinister than they could have ever imagined.
Taye Diggs, Isaac Walsh, Tyler Clair Smith, Jessica Uberuaga, Michael Madsen
Sequel to the original 1974 film. Revolves around a family of cannibalistic psychopaths -- Leatherface and his family.
Federico Alvarez, Elsie Fisher, Sarah Yarkin, David Blue Garcia, Rodolfo Sayagues, Kim Henkel, Ian Henkel, Pat Cassid
While pursuing his lifelong dream of landing a starring role, amateur actor Wei Chenggong (Wei Xiang) receives an invitation from famous actress Milan (Ma Li) to play her leading man, “Killer Karl.” However, unbeknownst to Mr. Wei, the new gig has landed him directly in the middle of a dangerous conspiracy. As the brutal truth inches closer and closer, he is left to rely on only his good luck and (somewhat questionable) acting skills to survive.
Xing Wenxiong, Ma Li, Wei Xiang
In 2035, our dreams are no longer our own--they’re infused with product placement and auditors assess unpaid taxes on our most private reveries. Beleaguered taxman James Preble (Kentucker Audley) arrives at a run-down house in the countryside for a routine audit and encounters Bella Isadora (Penny Fuller), a lifelong dreamer who remains resolutely analog, circumventing the surveillance state with VHS tapes and homemade headgear. As Preble works his way through Bella’s archive of the unconscious, he begins to fall in love with visions of her younger self (Grace Glowicki). But all is not well in dreamland as dangerous family secrets and a rogue’s gallery of blue demons and fried chicken pitchmen threaten to set the lovers’ paradise ablaze. Can Preble and Bella escape from the modern, monetized dreamscape and find refuge in Strawberry Mansion?
Kentucker Audley, Albert Birney, Penny Fuller, Grace Glowicki, Reed Birney, Linas Phillips
When Robert Mugabe was removed from power, Zimbabwe military leaders promised they would not seize control for themselves but would ensure democracy in a national election. Against a backdrop of economic crisis, food shortages, and political violence, the stakes could not be higher.Working to defeat the ruling party, which has controlled Zimbabwe since independence, is the young and charismatic Nelson Chamisa, who draws comparisons to a young Nelson Mandela in expressing the country’s utmost desire to be “led” and not “ruled”. After decades of a corrupt group clinging to power using any tool available—legal or not—can a free, fair, and transparent election be truly possible? As the follow-up to her widely acclaimed Democrats, Camilla Nielsson brings viewers into the heart of the struggle for power with stunningly close access and unhesitating courage, in a nation closely monitored by the entire world. President is a riveting and epic reminder that, while individuals and their specific ideals may differ, the fight for democracy is never-ending and of profound significance everywhere.