Friday, July 29
Amy Mitchell (Mila Kunis) puts her family first, second, and third. But her man-child husband, high-maintenance kids and idiot boss are taking a toll. She gives and gives, and gives and gives, and then gives a little more, but it’s never enough. When the alpha moms (Christina Applegate, Annie Mumolo and Jada Pinkett Smith) at her kids’ school push her too far, Amy finally snaps. Good Amy becomes Bad Amy really fast -- and she doesn’t go alone. Teaming up with two other misfit moms (Kathryn Hahn, Kristen Bell), Amy gets a jolt of freedom that shakes up her life and might even make her a better mom. So call a sitter, put on your comfy pants, and pour yourself a double Chardonnay, because these moms are about to get bad.
Christina Applegate, Jada Pinkett Smith, Scott Moore, Kristen Bell, Bill Block, Jon Lucas, Mila Kunis, Jay Hernandez
Matt Damon returns to his most iconic role in Jason Bourne. The film finds the CIA’s most lethal former operative drawn out of the shadows.
Alicia Vikander, Matt Damon, Tommy Lee Jones, Paul Greengrass, Julia Stiles, Frank Marshall, Jeffrey Weiner, Christopher Rouse
The film tells the story of a young man who arrives in Hollywood during the 1930s hoping to work in the film industry, falls in love, and finds himself swept up in the vibrant café society that defined the spirit of the age.
Ken Stott, Jesse Eisenberg, Steve Carell, Steve Tenenbaum, Corey Stoll, Paul Schneider, Woody Allen, Letty Aronson
Teenaged sisters Emma (Sofia Black-D’Elia) and Stacey (Analeigh Tipton) live a normal life, until their small suburban neighborhood is stricken with a mysterious parasitic virus. As the disease rapidly spreads throughout the town, the two band together to barricade themselves from infection. But it may already be too late – when the virus enters their home, the sisters are faced with an impossible choice: protect each other, or survive the virus.
Ariel Schulman, Jason Blum, Barbara Marshall, Henry Joost, Christopher G. Landon, Analeigh Tipton, Sofia Black-D’Elia, Michael Kelly
When Senior investment banker Naomi Bishop (Anna Gunn) is passed over for a promotion at her firm, she fights for the opportunity to take a start-up public, hoping this promising IPO will secure her a place at the firm’s highest level. But when an employee at the start-up raises questions about a possible crack in the company’s walls, Naomi must decide whether to investigate rumors that may compromise the deal, or push forward with the confidence her superiors expect.
James Purefoy, Meera Menon, Amy Fox, Anna Gunn, Sarah Megan Thomas, Alysia Reiner, Craig Bierko, Margaret Colin
Teenage buddies Cisco (Jorge Lendeborg Jr.), Junior (Moises Arias), Boobie (Ezri Walker), and Patty Cake (Rafi Gavron) shrug off school to practice skateboarding, which they hope will be their ticket to a better life. In the meantime, they steal cars to finance their dream. But when they get mixed up in a drug deal and cross a ruthless crime queen-pin (Linda Emond), they put their friendship—and lives—on the line.
Moises Arias, Kim Coates, Steven Caple Jr., Erykah Badu, Michael K. Williams, Jorge Lendeborg Jr, Rafi Gavron, Ezri Walker
In January 2015, Noma, recognized as the World’s Best Restaurant, and led by its charismatic chef René Redzepi, moved its entire team from Denmark to Japan. Known for his one-of-a-kind cooking and for distilling the Danish landscape and “time and place” onto a plate, can Redzepi and his team apply their philosophy to an entirely foreign experience, using ingredients that they’ve never seen before, all whilst under the intense pressure and scrutiny that comes with running the world’s best restaurant? For the first time ever, this food filled documentary will offer a glimpse into the mind of one of the world’s most influential people (Time Magazine) and his international team, as they undertake one of the biggest challenges of their careers.
Indignation takes place in 1951, as Marcus Messner (Logan Lerman), a brilliant working class Jewish boy from Newark, New Jersey, travels on scholarship to a small, conservative college in Ohio, thus exempting him from being drafted into the Korean War. But once there, Marcus’s growing infatuation with his beautiful classmate Olivia Hutton (Sarah Gadon), and his clashes with the college’s imposing Dean, Hawes Caudwell (Tracy Letts), put his and his family’s best laid plans to the ultimate test.
Logan Lerman, Tracy Letts, Anthony Bregman, James Schamus, Rodrigo Teixeira, Sarah Gadon, Ben Rosenfield, Linda Emond
The story of Steve Gleason, a former defensive back for the New Orleans Saints who was diagnosed with ALS at age 34 and given only five years to live. The doc uses his personal video journals to show just how inspirationally he lived following his diagnosis.
Seth Gordon, Kevin Lake, Clay Tweel, Kimi Culp, Scott Fujita, Tom Lavia, Mary Rohlich, Thomas McEachin
In the age of social media, nearly every day brings a new eruption of outrage. While people have always found something to be offended by, their ability to organize a groundswell of opposition to—and public censure of—their offender has never been more powerful. Today we’re all one clumsy joke away from public ruin. Can We Take A Joke? offers a thought-provoking and wry exploration of outrage culture through the lens of stand-up comedy, with notables like Gilbert Gottfried, Penn Jillette, Lisa Lampanelli, and Adam Carolla detailing its stifling impact on comedy and the exchange of ideas. What will future will be like if we can’t learn how to take a joke?
Ted Balaker, Zach Weissmueller
The story of young vagabond, Lu (Ellen Page), who lives in a van and is fiercely independent in her hand-to-mouth existence. When a chance encounter incites her to impulsively "rescue" a baby from a negligent mother, Lu, at a loss for what to do, turns to the only responsible adult she knows: Margo (Allison Janney), who mistakenly believes she's the child's grandmother.
Uzo Aduba, Tammy Blanchard, Sian Heder, Ellen Page, Allison Janney, Zachary Quinto, John Benjamin Hickey