Movies

It Chapter Two

Twenty-seven years after their first encounter with the terrifying Pennywise, the Losers Club have grown up and moved away, until a devastating phone call brings them back.

Angel Has Fallen

Secret Service Agent Mike Banning is framed for the attempted assassination of the President and must evade his own agency and the FBI as he tries to uncover the real threat.

Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark

A group of teens face their fears in order to save their lives.

Hobbs & Shaw

Lawman Luke Hobbs and outcast Deckard Shaw form an unlikely alliance when a cyber-genetically enhanced villain threatens the future of humanity.

Honeyland

The last female beehunter in Europe must save the bees and return the natural balance in Honeyland, when a family of nomadic beekeepers invade her land and threaten her livelihood. This film is an exploration of an observational Indigenous visual narrative that deeply impacts our behavior towards natural resources and the human condition.

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

A faded television actor and his stunt double strive to achieve fame and success in the film industry during the final years of Hollywood's Golden Age in 1969 Los Angeles.

The Lion King

The master storytellers at Disney breathe new life into one of their most beloved tales with this modern, visually dazzling spin on THE LION KING.

Led by Donald Glover as Simba and Beyoncé as Nala, the film features an all-star voice cast. Whether you're laughing at Timon and Pumbaa (Billy Eichner and Seth Rogen) or crying over Mufasa (who could only ever be voiced by James Earl Jones), you'll fall in love with your favorite characters all over again.

Featuring photorealistic, cutting-edge computer animation, director Jon Favreau retains the heart and drama of the story you love while crafting a heightened level of spectacle that will capture the imagination of a whole new generation.

The Farewell

A Chinese family discovers their grandmother has only a short while left to live and decide to keep her in the dark, scheduling a wedding to gather before she dies.

The Art Of Self-Defense

Dark, disturbing, and laugh-out-loud funny, director Riley Stern’s SXSW breakout has all the makings of an instant cult classic. With a perfect balance of off-kilter comedy and twisty thriller, THE ART OF SELF DEFENSE is what would happen if Charlie Kaufman wrote FIGHT CLUB. Or if Yorgos Lanthimos directed KARATE KID. Plus, dachshunds. 
 
Jesse Eisenberg (THE SOCIAL NETWORK) is perfectly cast as Casey Evans, a timid bookkeeper who joins a strip mall dojo after getting attacked on the street by a roving motorcycle gang. With guidance from his alpha-sensei (Alessandro Nivola, YOU WERE NEVER REALLY HERE) and hardcore brown belt Anna (Imogen Poots, GREEN ROOM), Casey enters an absurdly hyper-masculine world full of mind games, dark secrets, and heavy metal.
 
A biting satire on toxic masculinity, THE ART OF SELF DEFENSE takes a thoughtful look at traditional values of manhood – violence, emotional reticence, not petting your dog – and then proceeds to roundhouse kick them squarely in the face. 

Spider-Man: Far From Home

Everyone deserves a break once in a while. And after everything he’s been through in recent years, Peter Parker (Tom Holland, AVENGERS: ENDGAME) is ready to temporarily hang up his Spidey suit and just enjoy being a kid. Unfortunately for him, the forces of evil don’t take vacation.

Peter and some of his classmates embark on a school trip to Europe, a getaway that’s supposed to be all about sightseeing, goofing off with his friend Ned (Jacob Batalon, SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING), and perhaps a bit of innocent flirting with MJ (Zendaya, SMALLFOOT). But when mysterious elemental creatures begin to wreak havoc across the continent, Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson, CAPTAIN MARVEL) calls on Peter to suit up.

The team that brought you HOMECOMING reunites for SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME, infusing it with the same sense of adventure, humor, and heart as that film, while also introducing an air of intrigue with Spider-Man’s enigmatic new ally, Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal, VELVET BUZZSAW). It’s a bad trip for Peter that promises to be a fun ride for all of us.

Midsommar

Young couple Dani and Christian have been going through a rough patch, so a vacation to a tiny sun-dappled Swedish village seems like just what they need to heal. They arrive during a nine-day pagan festival filled with flower garlands, kinship, and twirling 'round the maypole. But on closer look (and under the influence of mysterious powders) they find a bizarre undercurrent of cultish violence beneath the smiling facade. 

Director Ari Aster’s follow-up to last year’s nightmarish HEREDITARY brightens the exteriors but retains an uneasy menace in what he calls a “Scandinavian folk horror.” With all manner of grief, confusion, and ritualistic sadism unfolding in the radiant light of day, MIDSOMMAR will forever change the way you look at the idyllic countryside. Remember to breathe. 

Wild Rose

She’s just been released from prison, and already Scottish rogue Rose-Lynn (Jessie Buckley, BEAST) is pursuing her dreams of country music stardom. Fame and fortune don’t come easy, though, and getting from Glasgow to Nashville is no easy task – especially for an ex-con working as a housekeeper with two young children to care for.

None of that will get Rose-Lynn down, though. With counsel from her employer and her mother, possessed of her own broken dreams, she sets her mind to making it as the next Dolly Parton – without abandoning the responsibilities of being an adult.

With a star-making performance from Buckley and a soundtrack of country favorites and originals, WILD ROSE is a funny, emotional, and ultimately uplifting tale that gets to the truth of how stars are born. It’s not through romance; not through sudden explosions of celebrity; but through hard work, determination, and compromise.

 
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