Movies Released June 13, 2023

Tuesday, June 13

Moon Students

Lita is a Latinx immigrant living in a part of East Los Angeles where the expectations are low, people are stereotyped, and divisions run deep. After her boyfriend Antonio gets into an unseen altercation with their community college history professor, Mr. Ethan Cole, Antonio is suspended, leaving Lita confused over what truly happened. Cue Coronavirus. Campus is closed. Classes are held remotely. The world is turned upside-down. Friends become dangerously ill. Cole loses faith in himself. Antonio becomes self-destructive. The mystery of what happened between Cole and Antonio starts to haunt Lita, and she confronts him over his own misdeeds. The three then face each other one last time. When they do, they are changed forever as they discover what it means to voice their truths and become Moon Students.
Daniel Holland, Sydney Carvill, Eddie Navarro, Nicholas Thurkettle, Nicholas Heard, B.A. Tobin, Rachanee Lamayno, Sharieff Walters
Drama

Bone Cold

An experienced Black Ops sniper (Stoddard) attempts a nightmarish escape after a failed mission, tracked by enemy soldiers hellbent on revenge, and also hunted by something sinister and monstrous, hungry and determined.
Billy Hanson, Jonathan Stoddard, Matt Munroe, Trinity Bliss, Jennifer Khoe, Shaan Sharma, Elise Greene, Danielle Poblarp
Action Thriller
VOD / Digital
3 / 5
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Crescent Gang

Seven foster kids are heartbroken when they learn that their group home has been sold and they are to be separated. A successful family attorney assigned to them, having grown up in the foster system herself, questions whether she is using her skills and talent for the right reasons. When their paths are brought together, they find that there is always help and hope for those daring enough to seek it.
Valeria Camero, Mariah Tavares, Kira Marie, Zenja Dunn
Family
VOD / Digital
5 / 5
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Americonned

Americonned is a film about income inequality in the US and the tragic destabilizing effects to Americans. Radical inequality has led to radicalization at every level of society, and this powerful documentary depicts what happens when America hits its tipping point by looking back through our history at similar critical moments of instability. The labor movement of the past was born in times just like these. We must restore the path to the once great middle class that now suffers in silence. Despite increases in productivity in recent decades, compensation for the American worker has been stagnant. And now, 47% of American jobs are at high risk of being lost to automation and A.I. by the mid-2030s.
Sean Claffey
Documentary
VOD / Digital
5 / 5
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Tuesday, June 13