You can’t keep that Emmet Brickowski down. Even though his once-awesome LEGO world has devolved into a MAD MAX-esque wasteland, Emmet (Chris Pratt) still walks around with a smile on his face and a perfect shell of hair on his head. But when invaders arrive from outer space and capture the love of Emmet’s life, Wyldstyle (Elizabeth Banks), he sets off on a shiny, plastic, hurts-if-you-step-on-it-in-bare-feet adventure to save her.
Featuring a slew of new and returning celebrities (Margot Robbie, Tiffany Haddish, Channing Tatum, and Nick Offerman) who will throw jokes at you faster than you can throw your LEGOs into the toy bin. THE LEGO MOVIE 2: THE SECOND PART promises to bring more of the irreverent, quick-witted fun that you loved in the first film.
Years ago, LAPD detective Erin Bell worked undercover with a cult-like gang in the California desert. That operation ended in tragedy, and Erin has been traumatized ever since. And when that gang’s leader reappears, Erin must grapple with her personal demons in order to confront very real monsters in the L.A. underworld.
From acclaimed director Karyn Kusama (THE INVITATION) comes the intense neo-noir thriller DESTROYER. Nicole Kidman gives an astonishing, transformative performance as a cop haunted by her past, while Kusama infuses her emotionally harrowing story with a furious and stylish creative vision.
Diving deep into ideas of self-loathing, guilt, and trauma, DESTROYER is a psychological thriller as much as it is a crime drama. Co-starring CAPTAIN AMERICA’s Sebastian Stan, ORPHAN BLACK’s Tatiana Maslany, ROCKNROLLA’s Toby Kebbell, and GET OUT’s Bradley Whitford, DESTROYER asks what it really takes to find something decent in an indecent world.
M. Night Shyamalan’s unique take on heroes and villains comes to a head in GLASS, the sequel to both UNBREAKABLE and SPLIT. Few even suspected that SPLIT would (spoilers!) turn out to be a follow-up to UNBREAKABLE, but now the two films – and characters – collide in Shyamalan’s ultimate interpretation of comic book lore.
Elijah Price (Samuel L. Jackson), aka Mr. Glass, was instrumental in creating an Overseer out of David Dunn (Bruce Willis) and a Beast out of Kevin Wendell Crumb (James McAvoy). Now, Dunn, Price, and Crumb are locked in together, supervised by Dr. Ellie Staple (Sarah Paulson), a specialist in comic-book-inspired delusions. But Mr. Glass’ plans aren’t over yet, and the stage is set for an unforgettable showdown.
Jackson, Willis, and McAvoy are joined by SPLIT’s Anya Taylor-Joy, the sole survivor of the Beast’s initial attacks. A film event two decades in the making, GLASS will reveal the long-hidden secrets about its title character, his twisted plan – and his intentions for the men whose lives he changed forever.
A smash hit at Fantastic Fest 2017, ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE is the heartwarming, genre-mashing Christmas movie critics are calling "SHAUN OF THE DEAD meets LA LA LAND."
It's the eve of her last school holiday in Little Haven, Scotland, and Anna (Ella Hunt, LES MISÉRABLES) is at a crossroads. Her Dad wants her to go for University; she wants to see the world. Her school friends have trials and tribulations of their own, and they all grapple with their dreadful, power-mad principal Savage (Paul Kaye, GAME OF THRONES). It promises to be a holiday to remember, even before a viral outbreak turns people into zombies.
ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE is an unexpected, delightful, and remarkably effective blend of good-hearted teen coming-of-age tale, hard-bopping musical, and carnage-filled zombie picture. It'll bounce around your brain for days, even if zombies chow down on it.