Movies Released May 19, 2023

Friday, May 19

Fast X PG-13

Over many missions and against impossible odds, Dom Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his family have outsmarted, out-nerved and outdriven every foe in their path. Now, they confront the most lethal opponent they’ve ever faced: A terrifying threat emerging from the shadows of the past who’s fueled by blood revenge, and who is determined to shatter this family and destroy everything—and everyone—that Dom loves, forever.
John Cena, Vin Diesel, Samantha Vincent, Daniela Melchior, Scott Eastwood, Jason Statham, Jordana Brewster, Louis Leterrier
Action Adventure Sequel IMAX
95 mins

Buddy Games: Spring Awakening R

Bobfather (Duhamel) and the guys face the death of one of their own and take an unexpected journey to commemorate his life.
Ginnifer Goodwin, Lochlyn Munro, James Roday Rodriguez, with Ginnifer Goodwin, Josh Duhamel, Gabriel McKinley, Kevin Dillon, Nick Swardson
Comedy Sequel

Come Out Fighting

Set during WWII, in this military adventure, a small, specialized squad of U.S. Army African American soldiers are sent on an unofficial rescue mission behind enemy lines to locate their missing commanding officer. The squad – upon battling their way through the German defenses – encounters more than they bargained for when they locate a downed U.S. Army pilot. With the help of their friends from the 761st tank battalion, the squad must find a way to survive and make it back in one piece.
Dolph Lundgren, Kellan Lutz, Michael Jai White, Steven Luke, Tyrese Gibson, Hiram A. Murphy
Action Adventure War

Mercy R

An ex-military doctor finds herself in a deadly battle for survival when the Irish mafia seize control of the hospital at which she works. When her son is taken hostage, she is forced to rely upon her battle-hardened past and lethal skills after realizing there’s no one left to save the day but her.
Jon Voight, Scott Karol, Tony Dean Smith, Leah Gibson, Charles Cooper, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Steven Paul, Jason Bourque
Action Thriller


After a violent assault, a woman named Kate (Beth Dover) asks her best friend for her help escaping an abusive ex. She’s given a volunteer job as a fire lookout in the mountains of northern Idaho, hoping the peaceful solitude will help heal her trauma. But the PTSD and isolation have other plans, and it quickly becomes a fight to save herself – and the nearby town.
Beth Dover, Dylan Baker, Joe Lo Truglio, Ato Essandoh, Becky Ann Baker, Dallas Roberts, Ta'Rea Campbell, Tim Neff

Sanctuary R

A dominatrix (Qualley) and her wealthy client (Abbott) engage in a battle of wills inside a luxury hotel suite after he tries to end their relationship. Over the course of one emotionally fraught night, the balance of power swings back and forth as each seeks to gain the upper hand. Is he hopelessly overmatched? Or is her wildly unpredictable behavior all part of an elaborate game?
Margaret Qualley, Zachary Wigon, Micah Bloomberg, Christopher Abbott
Drama Comedy Thriller Romance

White Men Can't Jump R

Two street basketball hustlers first try to hustle each other, then team up for a bigger score.
Lance Reddick, Myles Bullock, Kenya Barris, Blake Griffin, Ryan Kalil, Noah Weinstein, Jack Harlow, Sinqua Walls
Comedy Remake Sports

It's Quieter in the Twilight

In an unremarkable office space, a select group of aging engineers sacrificed promotion, postponed retirement, and dedicated their lives to stay with the longest-running and farthest-reaching mission in NASA’s history. Fighting outdated technology and time, Voyager's flight team pursues humankind’s greatest exploration.
Billy Miossi

On Our Way

Henry contemplates suicide while writing the end to his newest script - a retelling of his past with his lost love, Rosemary. As a dark voice pushes him to the brink, Rosemary fights to make him believe in himself before it is too late.
Jordana Brewster, James Badge Dale, Tara Subkoff, Ruby Modine, Vanessa Redgrave, Sophie Lane Curtis, Micheál Richardson, Keith Powers
Drama Romance

A Thousand and One R

Convinced that it is one last, necessary crime on the path to redemption, unapologetic and free-spirited Ines kidnaps six-year-old Terry from the foster care system. Holding onto their secret and each other, mother and son set out to reclaim their home, their identity, and stability in a rapidly changing New York City.
Lena Waithe, A.V. Rockwell, Brad Weston, Eddie Vaisman, Julia Lebedev, Rishi Rajani, Teyana Taylor, William Catlett
Drama Crime

Dark Nature

While recovering from an abusive relationship, Joy joins her friend's therapy group on an isolated mountainous retreat. Led by a doctor with experimental methods, the group is soon forced to confront a monstrous entity.
Berkley Brady, Hannah Emily Anderson, Madison Walsh, Roseanne Supernault

The Master Gardener R

A meticulous horticulturist is devoted to tending the grounds of a beautiful estate and pandering to his employer, the wealthy dowager. When she demands that he take on her great niece, it unlocks dark secrets from a buried violent past.
Joel Edgerton, Sigourney Weaver, Paul Schrader, Quintessa Swindell, Esai Morales
Thriller Crime

Stay Awake

An American indie debut drama of uncommon empathy that is very much of the moment: a fictionalized account of the filmmaker’s coming of age, as he struggles to get out from under the yoke of a prescription-drug-addicted mother in small-town Virginia. Life in the last, lame-duck months of high school, with a job at the Jolly Cow ice cream drive-in, would be cringe-inducing enough without a deeply depressed, self-destructive mother (Chrissy Metz). Wyatt Oleff and Fin Argus play teenage brothers stuck in a cycle of discovering their mom passed out, dragging her to the hospital, and encouraging rehab. Despair quickly turns to hope and then boomerangs back again.
Wyatt Oleff, Chrissy Metz, Jamie Sisley, Fin Argus

The Night of the 12th

In nearly every police precinct, detectives are inevitably confronted with a case that goes unsolved. The more heinous the crime, the more it haunts those trying to solve it. Such is the dilemma for Yohan Vivès (Bastien Bouillon)—a young, recently promoted police Captain—when he begins investigating the murder of a young women named Clara in the town of Grenoble. It's clear that the attack was pre-meditated, and the violent nature of the crime suggests revenge. Vivés' team methodically digs through the details of Clara's life, uncovering her secrets in hopes of weeding out the killer. Certain their suspect is a scorned ex-lover, Vivés is confronted with another, more complicated question: which one?
Dominik Moll, Bouli Lanners, Bastien Bouillon, Anouk Grinberg, Pauline Serieys, Mouna Soualem, Lula Cotton-Frapier, Théo Cholbi
Drama Crime

The Cow Who Sang a Song Into the Future

A choir of creatures introduces a world delicately constructed by fantasy, mystery, and magical realism in Francisca Alegría’s poignant and stunning debut feature. It begins in a river in the south of Chile where fish are dying due to pollution from a nearby factory. Amid their floating bodies, long-deceased Magdalena (Mia Maestro) bubbles up to the surface gasping for air, bringing with her old wounds and a wave of family secrets. This shocking return sends her widowed husband into turmoil and prompts their daughter Cecilia (Leonor Varela) to return home to the family’s dairy farm with her own children. Magdalena’s presence reverberates among her family, instigating fits of laughter and despair in equal measure with all but Cecilia’s eldest child, who finds much-needed comfort in their grandmother’s love and unconditional understanding during a time of transition.
Leonor Varela, Frederique Gudelj, Enzo Ferrada, Benjamin Soto, Francisca Alegria, Mia Maestro, Laura del Río

The Thief Collector

A captivating crime documentary about the heist one of the most valuable paintings of the 20th century, Willem de Kooning's "Woman-Ochre," which was brazenly cut from its frame in 1985 while hanging at the University of Arizona Museum of Art. 32 years later, the painting was found hanging in the New Mexico home of an eccentric married couple with a keen eye for great works but a very unconventional method of collecting them.
Allison Otto, Glenn Howerton, Sarah Minnich, Brandon Ruiz, Hailee Cruzen
Drama Documentary
93 mins

Moon Garden NR

When a little girl has a terrible accident and slips into a coma, she finds herself thrust into a darkly surreal industrial dreamworld. Haunted by a nightmarish spectre that feeds off her tears, she must follow her mother’s radio-static voice to find her way back to consciousness.
Ryan Harris Stevens, Augie Duke, Brionne Davis, Haven Lee Harris, Morgana Ignis
Fantasy Horror

The Tutor

An aspiring young author (McCormack) takes a tutoring position at a legendary writer’s estate. But the young tutor is soon engulfed in the older writer’s complicated family legacy, and a deadly past that could threaten his own future.
Alice Troughton, Alex MacKeith, Julie Delpy, Richard E. Grant, Daryl McCormack
Drama Thriller Suspense

Dotty & Soul

When hot-shot entrepreneur Ethan Cox gets caught up in a social media scandal, his company’s nine-figure acquisition is jeopardized. Desperate to find a way forward, Ethan decides to hire a 71-year-old African-American snack cart vendor, Dotty, to pose as his company’s figurehead. But when Dotty finds her groove at the company, she refuses to play the straw man any longer. And everything changes.
David Koechner, Adam Saunders, Leslie Uggams, Margot Bingham, M. Emmet Walsh, Gary Owen, Alexis Ren

Friday, May 19