Friday, January 28
Tormented by a past life, garbage man Clean (Adrien Brody) attempts a life of quiet redemption. But when his good intentions mark him a target of local crime boss (Glenn Fleshler), Clean is forced to reconcile with the violence of his past.
Mykelti Williamson, RZA, Chandler Ari DuPont, Paul Solet, Adrien Brody, Glenn Fleshler, Richie Merritt, Michelle Wilson
Re-imagining the timeless tale of a heartbreaking love triangle. A man ahead of his time, Cyrano de Bergerac (played by Peter Dinklage) dazzles whether with ferocious wordplay at a verbal joust or with brilliant swordplay in a duel. But, convinced that his appearance renders him unworthy of the love of a devoted friend, the luminous Roxanne (Haley Bennett), Cyrano has yet to declare his feelings for her — and Roxanne has fallen in love, at first sight, with Christian
Joe Wright, Ben Mendelsohn, Brian Tyree Henry, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Eric Fellner, Peter Dinklage, Carin Besser, Tim Bevan
There’s terror in paradise when Jaelyn (Alicia Silverstone) and Kyle (James Tupper) arrive at a remote seaside villa in Vietnam for a romantic getaway. A torrential storm descends, reducing the villa to little more than a raft and sweeping the young couple out to sea. Suddenly, another danger appears: a school of great white sharks. With her injured husband watching helplessly, Jaelyn must battle the deadly predators alone in this tense thriller that rides an unrelenting wave of fear.
Alicia Silverstone, James Tupper, Le-Van Kiet, Ellen Wander, Jordan Dykstra
Neil and Alice Bennett (Tim Roth, Charlotte Gainsbourg) are the core of a wealthy family on vacation in Mexico with younger members Colin and Alexa (Samuel Bottomley, Albertine Kotting McMillan) until a distant emergency cuts their trip short. When one relative disrupts the family’s tight-knit order, simmering tensions rise to the fore in this suspenseful jolt from writer/director Michel Franco.
Michel Franco, Tim Roth, Henry Goodman, Albertine Kotting McMillan, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Iazua Larios, James Tarpey
They/Them/Us tells the story of Charlie (Joey Slotnick) and Lisa (Amy Hargreaves), two divorced parents in their 40’s who find themselves at a midlife crossroads. Both are single parents and they have four complicated teenagers between them: one non-binary gender kid, one who orders his weed through the mail, one very outspoken one, and last but not least, the “good” child. Lisa and Charlie meet on a dating site, fall madly in love and move in together way too soon. They/Them/Us is the story of how they manage the challenges of parenting some very demanding teenagers while trying to juggle an adult sexual relationship.
Jon Sherman, Melissa Vogley Woods, Joey Slotnick, Amy Hargreaves, Jack Steiner, Lexi Bean, Shanna Strong, Sarah Eddy
Desperate for some distance from their older sister Ellie, the thrill-seeking possum brothers Crash and Eddie set out to find a place of their own, but quickly find themselves trapped in a massive cave underground. They are rescued by the one-eyed, adventure-loving, dinosaur-hunting weasel, Buck Wild, and together they must face the unruly dinosaurs who inhabit the Lost World.
Simon Pegg, John C. Donkin, Vincent Tong, Aaron Harris, Utkarsh Ambudkar
A power couple within the Danish gourmet scene run the popular restaurant Malus in Copenhagen. The couple is willing to sacrifice everything to achieve their dream — getting the coveted Michelin star.
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Tobias Lindholm, Nicolas Bro, Christoffer Boe, Katrine Greis-Rosenthal, Flora Augusta, Charlie Gustafsson, August Vinkel
In this portrait of parental sacrifice and the love of a father for his son, former wrestler Kakhi (played by real-life Olympic champion Levan Tediashvili) embarks on a journey from his home in the Republic of Georgia to visit his son Soso (Giorgi Tabidze) in the Russian-speaking neighborhood of Brighton Beach, Brooklyn. There he finds him living in a shabby boarding house populated by a colorful group of fellow Georgian immigrants. Soso is not studying medicine, as Kakhi believed, but is working for a moving company and has accrued a $14,000 gambling debt to a local Russian mob boss. Kakhi sets his mind to helping his hapless son out of his debt, leading to situations as often comic as they are dire.
Kakhi Kavsadze, Levan Koguashvili, Levan Tedaishvili, Nadezhda Mikhalkova, Giorgi Tabidze