Friday, October 20
Tells the true crime story about multiple murders of members of the Osage Indian tribe in Oklahoma that occurred after they found oil on their lands.
Leonardo DiCaprio, John Lithgow, Robert De Niro, JaNae Collins, Eric Roth, Barry Corbin, Rick Yorn, Niels Juul
Zoey Miller (Josephine Langford), a super smart computer major uninterested in romantic love, has her life turned upside down when Zack (Drew Starkey), the school’s soccer star, gets amnesia and mistakes Zoey for his girlfriend.
Heather Graham, Patrick Fabian, Sara Zandieh, Josephine Langford, Andie MacDowell, Drew Starkey, Archie Renaux
Coming from two countries at odds with each other, Iranian-American Leila (Layla Mohammadi) strives to find balance and embrace her opposing cultures, while boldly challenging the labels society is so quick to project upon her. When her family reunites in New York City for her father’s heart transplant, Leila navigates her relationships from arms length in an effort to keep her “real” life separate from her family life. However, when her secret is unceremoniously revealed, so are the distinct parallels between her life and that of her mother Shireen (Niousha Noor).
Niousha Noor, Maryam Keshavarz, Layla Mohammadi, Kamand Shafieisabet, Bijan Daneshmand, Bella Warda, Chiara Stella, Tom Byrne
After selling their business, a middle-aged father and friends find themselves out of step and behind the times as they hilariously struggle to navigate a changing world.
Bill Burr, Bill Block, Bokeem Woodbine, Ben Tishler, Bobby Cannavale, Katie Aselton, Jackie Tohn, Reign Edwards
A psychological thriller with elements of terror follows two unsuspecting strangers, Jason (Charlie Weber) and Allison (Annie Ilonzeh) who find themselves participants in a twisted new dating service, led by the Matchmaker (Neal McDonough), that forces the two singles inside a nightmarish maze designed to help them find their Soul Mate – or die trying.
Neal McDonough, Charlie Weber, Annie Ilonzeh, Mark Gantt
An epic adventure based on the 1960 revisionist Western novel by John Williams. Set in 1870s America, the film focuses on a man who forsakes his Harvard education to move to the small Kansas town of Butcher's Crossing. There, he joins the hunt for one of the last great buffalo herds.
Nicolas Cage, Rachel Keller, Xander Berkeley, Gabe Polsky, Molly Conners, Fred Hechinger Jeremy Bobb, Paul Raci, Amber Rose Mason
In a Mexican border town plagued by neglect, corruption, and violence, a frustrated teacher (Eugenio Derbez) tries a radical new method to break through his students’ apathy and unlock their curiosity, their potential … and maybe even their genius. Based on a true story.
Christopher Zalla, Eugenio Derbez, Daniel Haddad
Four friends head to the woods for a pre-bachelorette party. They soon realize they’ve set up camp next to a mysterious recluse and he is not a happy camper. Things only gets worse when people start to die and a terrible secret is revealed.
Emily Hall, Robyn August, Jenna Z. Alvarez, Nicole Lovince, Tom Kiesche, Harrison White, Jack Schumacher, Ron Roggé
On a hot summer day, a crew of workers - men and women, young and old - arrive at dawn at a picturesque fig orchard in northwest Tunisia. We eavesdrop, through the sun-dappled leaves of the fig trees, on the young women stealing away precious moments from the foreman's watchful gaze. Meanwhile, the older women, tasked with the careful job of packing the tender fruit, watch and reminisce together as well. They joke, argue, debate, gossip, flirt, all the while painting an unhurried but riveting portrait of everyday life in the rural society, where class, gender, and circumstance often don't allow for such personal freedoms.
Erige Sehiri, Fide Fdhili, Feten Fdhili, Ameni Fdhili, Samar Sifi, Leila Ouhebi
Set on the Coxe Family Farm in rural Willis County, Farmer Sam (Bill Moseley) exacts his bloody revenge on unscrupulous local town-folk, including Sheriff Jubel (Kane Hodder), who menace him and attempt to steal the farm that has been in his family for 200 years. Transcript
Kane Hodder, Bill Moseley, Dan Lantz, Graham Wolfe, Allyson Malandra, Denise Parella McDonald, Jared Michael Delaney, Shelby Hightower
A high school dropout lands a job with a failing pharmaceutical startup in a Florida strip mall. She catapults the company into the high life and finds herself at the center of a criminal conspiracy with deadly consequences.
Catherine O'Hara, Emily Blunt, Chris Evans, Chloe Coleman, David Yates, Lawrence Grey, Wells Tower, Andy Garcia
Based on the ProPublica article, the documentary recounts the riveting narrative of the Reels family, led by the matriarch fondly known as "Mamie." Ever since the days following emancipation, the Reels family dedicated themselves to farming, fishing, and painstakingly forging a sustainable existence upon their expansive parcel of land nestled along the coastal reaches of North Carolina's Silver Dollar Road. Their unwavering stance led to their wrongful conviction for civil contempt in 2011, resulting in the harshest sentence ever issued for such an offense in North Carolina—eight long years behind bars. Finally released in 2019, Mamie, Melvin, and Licurtis continue their arduous struggle to reclaim the land that was unjustly ripped from their ancestral embrace.
Aspiring chef Lizzy sets off with her three best friends in tow to compete in the prestigious Saucy Food Festival. What begins as a calculated career move quickly turns into a madcap misadventure full of food, fun and female bonding, where the girls learn that struggle can be the secret ingredient to success.
Vanessa Williams, Leah Lewis, Shruti Ganguly, Ashley Moore, Ariel Winter, Sasha Fox
The in-laws head to Mauritius for the birth of their grandchild and stir up comic trouble in this fourth installment of the Kandasamy franchise.
Ugan Naidoo, Jayan Moodley, Mishqah Parthiephal, Mariam Bassa, Jailoshini Naidoo, Koobeshan Naidoo, Madhushan Sing
Academy Award-winning documentarian Errol Morris pulls back the curtain on the storied life and career of former British spy David Cornwell — better known as John le Carré, author of such classic espionage novels as The Spy Who Came in from the Cold, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy and The Constant Gardener. Set against the turbulent backdrop of the Cold War leading into present day, the film spans six decades as le Carré delivers his final and most candid interview, punctuated with rare archival footage and dramatized vignettes. "The Pigeon Tunnel" is a deeply human and engaging exploration of le Carré's extraordinary journey and the paper-thin membrane between fact and fiction.