‘The Unknown Known’
Donald Rumsfeld is the latest figure to face the camera of documentarian Errol Morris.
‘Island of Lemurs: Madagascar’
Morgan Freeman narrates this documentary about, well, I’m sure you can just guess.
‘The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came to Eden’
This is an intriguing documentary about an eccentric couple, a murder and the lush setting of the Galápagos Islands. Featuring the voice work of Cate Blanchett, Thomas Kretschmann, Diane Kruger and more.
After a massive cyber attack, the world is in chaos and a group of friends take refuge in a remote home that is not as secure as they’d hope.
‘In the Blood’
Gina Carano stars in this action flick about a woman searching for her lost husband. Also starring Cam Gigandet, Danny Trejo and Luis Guzmán.
‘Nymphomaniac: Volume II’
The quick-arriving continuation of Lars von Trier’s March film follows the lead character’s dark life.
‘Under the Skin’
Scarlett Johansson takes the lead in this cerebral sci-fi film about an alien who goes after hitchhikers. From Jonathan Glazer, the director of “Sexy Beast.”
‘St. Vincent de Van Nuys’
Bill Murray stars in this film about the friendship between a boy and his odd war veteran neighbor. Also starring Melissa McCarthy, Naomi Watts, Chris O’Dowd and Terrence Howard.
An offbeat romance adapted from an Alice Munro short story. Starring Kristen Wiig, Guy Pearce and Hailee Steinfeld.
A woman seeks to exonerate her brother of a crime in this supernatural flick. Starring Karen Gillan, Katee Sackhoff and Rory Cochrane.
Abigail Breslin and Georgie Henley star in this horror flick about sisters trying to kill their alcoholic mother (Mira Sorvino).
‘The Railway Man’
A man victimized during World War II seeks out revenge against the people who tortured him. Starring Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman.
“Shaun of the Dead” star Nick Frost takes the lead in this comedy about a guy trying to learn the salsa to land a woman he’s hot for. Also starring Rashida Jones, Chris O’Dowd, Wendi McLendon-Covey and Ian McShane.
‘A Haunted House 2’
More horror high jinks from Marlon Wayans, spoofing all your favorite scary movies.
The latest Disney nature documentary looks at bears along the coast in Alaska.
If a salesman is able to do 13 increasingly evil tasks for a hidden camera game show, he’ll land millions of dollars. Starring Ron Perlman and Mark Webber.
“Big Bang Theory” star Kaley Cuoco plays a woman who joins a group of unpublished writers. When she has quick success, things quickly go awry with the rest of the group. Also starring Tricia Helfer, Jonathan Banks, Chris Klein and Dennis Farina.
‘Make Your Move’
Another dance movie, this one with Derek Hough and underground dance clubs.
The late Paul Walker plays a cop going after a crime lord with access to a lethal weapon.
‘For No Good Reason’
Johnny Depp visits famed artist Ralph Steadman for this documentary.
‘The German Doctor’
Based on a true story, this Argentine film follows a family who unknowingly lived with Nazi doctor Josef Mengele.
Tom Hardy takes the lead in this thriller about a guy whose world begins to unravel as he gets a phone call while driving through England.
‘The Quiet Ones’
Some students and a physics professor join together with the plan of creating a poltergeist with a troubled woman played by Olivia Cooke.
Marion Cotillard stars in this drama about a Polish immigrant in 1920s Manhattan who is forced into prostitution and is left trying to escape and reunite with her sister.
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