While trying to cope with the end of her marriage, a newly divorced woman named Tessa (Katherine Heigl) learns her husband, David (Geoff Stults), is happily moving on. His fiancée, Julia (Rosario Dawson), moves in with him and this move threatens her.
To Julia, this is a chance at happiness as she assumes the role of soon-to-be wife and stepmom. Meanwhile, although Tessa initially makes efforts to be friendly towards Julia, her jealousy and covetousness begin to take over. Tessa soon does everything in her power to take back the life she believes was stolen from her and convince her husband of the mistake he’s made.
Michael (Oscar Isaac) is a humble Armenian medical student who leaves his village of Siroun to study medicine in Constantinople. He then meets the beautiful Armenian artist Ana (Charlotte Le Bon), and the two bond over their shared heritage. However, Ana is already in a relationship with American journalist Chris (Christian Bale).
A romantic rivalry explodes between the two men amid the chaos of war as Constantinople crumbles under the falling Ottoman Empire and Armenians are targeted. Both men are struggling to stay alive while also fighting for their respective relationships with Ana.
Set in Boston in 1978, Justine (Brie Larson) has brokered a meeting in a deserted warehouse between two Irishmen (Cillian Murphy, Michael Smiley) and a gang led by Vernon (Sharlto Copley) and Ord (Armie Hammer). What begins as a transaction of guns ends up an arms deal gone wrong, when shots are fired in the handover.
With one side not wanting to take the guns they think were mistakenly ordered and the other still wanting the cash they’re owed, the separate groups are forced to band together in a heart-stopping (and sometimes hilarious) game of survival.
Disneynature's Born in China takes a look at three animal families — a panda bear mother and her adorable little baby, a rambunctious two-year-old golden monkey who has to learn how to be more independent when he gets a new sister, and a mother snow leopard struggling to raise her two young cubs in a harsh climate with very little food sources. We also see a herd of chiru as the females leave the males in spring in order to give birth to their young ones.
Filmed in the remote wilds of China, this film gives audiences the chance to witness some of the most intimate moments ever captured in a nature film.Now playing at:
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When seven mysterious lights appear in the sky on March 13 1997, several residents of Phoenix, Arizona claimed to have witnessed them. This phenomenon, which becomes the most famous UFO sighing in American history, is referred to as "The Phoenix Lights." Two months later, three 17-year-old high school students — Ashley Foster (Chelsea Lopez), Josh Bishop (Luke Spencer Roberts) and Mark Abrams (Justin Matthews) — set out on a camping trip in the desert outside Phoenix to making a documentary about the Phoenix Lights, but were never seen again.
Fast forward 20 years later. Sarah Bishop (Florence Hartigan), a documentary filmmaker and younger sister of one of missing teens, returns to Phoenix to investigate their disappearances and to interview their family and friends. When she discovers a tape from the night her brother and his friends disappeared, what she views on the tape is horrifying.
Starring: Luke Spencer Roberts, Chelsea Lopez, Justin Matthews, Florence HartiganNow playing at:
The incredible true story of British explorer Col. Percival Fawcett (Charlie Hunnam), who journeys into the Amazon in 1906 and discovers evidence of a previously unknown, advanced civilization. Despite ridicule from the scientific establishment who perceive indigenous peoples as savages, Fawcett is driven at any cost to learn about the ways in which those of the Amazon eke out a living.
Based on author David Grann's nonfiction bestseller of the same name.
A group of filmmakers — Catrin Cole (Gemma Arterton), Tom Buckley (Sam Claflin) and Ambrose Hilliard (Bill Nighy) — attempt to boost morale during World War ll. They do this by struggling to make an inspirational propaganda film about the successful battle at Dunkirk to inspire the people of Britain, and get them to continue the war effort during the London Blitz.
In producing the film, the characters learn that everyone has a role to play in defeating the Nazis and that perseverance is key – from that, bonds are made that the horrors of war cannot break.
Ozzy is a friendly and lovable beagle. When his owners, the Martins, decide to go on vacation, they find out there are no dogs allowed. Wanting the best for their beloved companion, they discover a high-end canine spa called Blue Creek and book Ozzy in for the length of their vacation.
When Ozzy checks in and the Martins leave, he finds to his dismay that the spa is far from the cozy, loving place that was advertised. Instead, it's a facade constructed by its villainous owner to capture dogs. Ozzy winds up in the real Blue Creek, a prison for dogs. Along with his new friends, Chester, Fronky and Doc, Ozzy has to come up with a way to escape.
During her son's soccer game, suburban mother Claire (Tammy Gillis) suddenly leaves in order to find herself. Abandoning her son and husband, she steals a minivan and drives out into rural Manitoba, picking up a hitchhiker along the way.
She enjoys a variety of hedonistic adventures, including working at a strip joint. When the van is stolen from her, she decides to head to the Spanish island of Menorca in order to bring a small rock back to its place of origin.
Starring: Tammy Gillis, Sheila Campbell, Talia Pura, Dorothy Carroll, Jason WishnowskiNow playing at: