With humor and wit, Adams keeps you invested in every aspect of Shante's journey, from her early battles with her disapproving mother Long to her harrowing fights with an abusive boyfriend Cross, played with tenderness and menace by Moonlight breakout Ali. In the ripped-from-the-headlines crime melodrama The Mule, the 88-year-old filmmaker plays Earl Stone, an elderly horticulturist who falls on hard times and becomes a drug runner for a Mexican drug cartel, but this isn't a geriatric take on Breaking Bad or an ultra-violent shoot-em-up in the style of this year's loathsome drug war action movies or Peppermint. Where to see it right now:Â In theaters 41. Find a film from three categories — now playing, coming soon or event cinema, which includes a variety of live and recorded entertainment beyond traditional films. But Anna doesn't show these videos to anyone and no one knows what they are for.
Instead, he simply wants to strip the giant locomotive -- and his star's lumbering frame -- for parts, finding Hitchcockian tension in each padded seat, empty corridor, and nervy patron. Long Island 18-year-old Camille Vinberg has a disapproving mother and a yearning to escape the rhythms of her day-to-day existence, so she joins up with an Instagram famous clique of young women posting skate trick videos, memes, and photos. Driving for the first time in years, she begins to provide a local taxi service to a group of elderly wealthy ladies. When Kayla breaks her phone's glass screen and then pricks her finger while trying to scroll, it's hard not to roll your eyes. With a laid-back, '70s soul, Tramps is the rare doe-eyed relationship movie where playing third-wheel is a joy.
Circles pop up throughout the movie as a visual motif, centered in wide shots and tossed in the margins of the frame, and the plot itself can resemble a blob of slinkies tied together in knots. This is the Planet Earth for the I Can Has Cheezburger fan. But true to Franco, whoÂ exists on the fringes of mainstream and has now come under fire over allegations of sexual misconduct , his take on Wiseau is a stark lampoon that defies every imaginable convention. And yet, the story of Isabelle, a middle-aged French artist Binoche struggling through a series of frustrating and alienating romantic encounters, is unapologetically, swooningly romantic. Where to see it right now: Rent on iTunes, Amazon, Vudu, and YouTube 47. Oscar nominations:Â Best Sound Editing, Best Sound Mixing, Best Original Score, Best Visual Effects Where to see it right now: In theaters 40.
Where to see it right now: Rent on iTunes, Amazon, and YouTube 53. The Favourite, which follows Queen Anne of Great Britain and Ireland Colman and the two women Weisz and Stone vying for her attention and affection, is aware of that tension and appropriately plays it for brutal laughs. The slapstick sequences have the visual wit and spatial playfulness of an Edgar Wright movie, especially as the movie speeds into its twist-filled conclusion. Like a more landlocked take on Catch Me If You Can, Heller's endlessly perceptive true crime comedy understands the care and affection that goes into meticulously creating the perfect fake. Even Uncle Drew, paradigm of the old school, can still learn a thing or two; similarly, most film comedies could pick up some lessons from this movie's easy, kind-hearted touch. Instead, Eastwood's patient camera floats across barren American landscapes; his gruff protagonist pauses to enjoy pulled pork sandwiches in local restaurants and beloved oldies on the car stereo along the way.
She sleepwalks and has terrifying nightmares; a supernatural force has descended upon the house. Whether the cat stars hunt for food or plant themselves down for an impromptu rub from their adoring human neighbors, Kedi reminds us that every life on this planet -- even the ones thriving in alleyways -- is rich with stories. Grant, Dolly Wells, Jane Curtin Director: Marielle Heller The Diary of a Teenage Girl Why It's Great: The dark interiors of early '90s Manhattan bars, a terrain free of smartphones and conversations about whatever happened on Twitter that day, are the lovely, comforting backdrop of this literary con artist story. The Last Jedi finally hands off the saber to Rey and punches the open-ended franchise into story-expanding hyperspace. But when the couple's life takes a turn for the worse, and Kumail's Pakistani heritage pressurizes the situation with demands of arranged marriage, Nanjiani's fans will cling to the jokes like a life preserver.
Lost in ParisÂ returns slapstick and sight gags, now the fodder or annualÂ Shrek imitators, back to the world of art,Â with the pratfalling misadventures of two caricatured romantics playing out like a musical. Chela and Chiquita are both descended from wealthy families in Asunción and have been together for over 30 years. Whether she's watching a dog video on her phone, searching for a missing shoe, or leaving a heartbreakingly sweet voicemail for a wine company, Clara is a star, the type of complex woman Hollywood too often ignores. Like Shante's best rhymes, it's a tale told with dazzling craft and unwavering confidence. Despite the from the three leads, the movie wobbles in its second half as the story builds to an obtuse conclusion. Sophia strains her mental and physical self as she fasts, prepares talismans, and undergoes meditation training that would make the soldiers of Full Metal Jacket gasp. When her elderly mother dies, Annie's family, which includes Byrne as her distant husband, Wolff as her aloof son, and Shapiro as her troubled daughter, is thrown into a crisis.
Where to see it right now: In theaters 47. But everyone is really going for it here, attempting to squeeze every ounce of Muscle Milk from the bottle. However, when her school friend comes to visit, Anna's self-imposed isolation becomes impossible to maintain. It Comes at Night Released: March 3 Cast: Joel Edgerton, Christopher Abbott, Carmen Ejogo, Kelvin Harrison Jr. Gemini Released: March 30 Cast: Lola Kirke, ZoÃ« Kravitz, John Cho, Greta Lee Director: Aaron Katz Land Ho! Her violent retribution is often simultaneously stomach-churning and ridiculous -- the hallways of the chic rented house get turned into a bloody slip-and-slide by the ending -- but the performers and the filmmakers are zeroed in on a shared sensibility that does more than simply shock and provoke. At nearly three hours long, and with enough turns to do the resort's mountain road justice, A Cure for WellnessÂ plays more like a turn-of-the-century serial than a Friday-filler slasher. It's the perfect backdrop for this sly comedy of careful negotiation.
Maybe brush up on your Scandinavian mythology before viewing. Where to see it right now: In theaters 33. Like with Primer or Looper, theory-prone viewers will be tempted to untangle the temporal mess, but Benson and Moorhead are more concerned with creating a mood and delivering an emotional payoff than providing logical answers. The bleaker sequel, Unfriended: Dark Web, suggests that our digital lives are not under threat from supernatural forces. The basic story, backed by Clint Mansell's elegiac score, is a gateway to a series of vivid, textured, living compositions that say as much about van Gogh's mind as Loving Vincent's nail-biting anecdotes. Though the story's corrugated around the edges, Dave Made a Maze's cardboard world is a sight to behold, and the comedic chops of this seasoned troupe of actor friends assures the movie nver loses its way. It's clear now: Hawkins is one of the greats and, along with Hawke at his gruffest, makes Maudie a best-case biopic.