Friday, November 3
The movie follows Willa and Bill, who were a couple in the past. After many years apart, they unexpectedly find themselves stuck together at an airport due to a snowstorm. Willa is still independent and carefree, while Bill is reevaluating his life after separating from his wife and daughter. Both of them just want to go home, but as the night progresses, they are drawn together and start revisiting their past and considering their future. However, when they realize that their memories of their shared history don't align, they are left unsure about what to do next.
Meg Ryan, David Duchovny
Two mysterious brothers abduct a mogul during his quest for immortality. Meanwhile, a seductive woman helps them launch a journey of self-discovery.
Moises Arias, Steven Soderbergh, Stephen Dorff, Karrueche Tran, Bella Thorne, Eddie Alcazar, Jason Genao, Mike O'Hearn
A brilliant but tightly wound, gameshow-obsessed young woman, Anne (Awkwafina), and her estranged, train-wreck of a sister Jenny (Sandra Oh), must work together to help cover their mother’s gambling debts. When Anne’s beloved dog is kidnapped, they set out on a wild, cross-country trek to get the cash the only way they know how: by turning Anne into a bona-fide gameshow champion.
Will Ferrell, Jason Schwartzman, Tony Hale, Awkwafina, Sandra Oh, Jessica Yu, Holland Taylor, Jen D’Angelo
When a young intern at a local Senior Day Center challenges DAISY, an accomplished elderly Native American woman to dream big, she re-evaluates her old frail body yet still strong youthful mind and sets out on a stirring quest to fulfill a life-long desire.
Travis Holt Hamilton, Emeka Ukaga, Roz Monahan, Pershlie Ami, Alex Camacho, Jan Sandwich, Ernest Tsosie
American Fiction is Cord Jefferson's directorial debut, which confronts our culture’s obsession with reducing people to outrageous stereotypes. Jeffrey Wright stars as Monk, a frustrated novelist who’s fed up with the establishment profiting from “Black” entertainment that relies on tired and offensive tropes. To prove his point, Monk uses a pen name to write an outlandish “Black” book of his own, a book that propels him to the heart of hypocrisy and the madness he claims to disdain.
Rian Johnson, John Ortiz, Issa Rae, Ben LeClair, Nikos Karamigios, Jeffrey Wright, Erika Alexander, Adam Brody