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In 1970s Los Angeles, when social worker Anna Garcia (Linda Cardellini) ignores the eerie warning of a mother suspected of child endangerment, her children are drawn into a frightening supernatural realm.
The woman warms her about La Llorona, a horrifying apparition who through her own actions, has become trapped between Heaven and Hell. While alive, she drowned her own children, then killed herself by jumping into the churning river after them. Now her ghost creeps in the shadows and preys on children, in a futile attempt to replace her own.
When John Smith (Marcel Ruiz), the 14-year-old son of Joyce Smith (Chrissy Metz), falls through the ice on a frozen lake in Missouri, despite almost 30 minutes of CPR, he is pronounced dead. As John lays motionless for almost an hour in the hospital, Joyce prays at her son’s bedside and is stunned when she discovers his heart has begun to beat again.
With the help of the town’s new hip pastor Jason Noble (Topher Grace), Joyce struggles to understand this unbelievable phenomenon and the power of faith that brought her son back to her once again.
Based on Joyce Smith's 2017 memoir, The Impossible: The Miraculous Story of a Mother’s Faith and Her Child’s Resurrection.
A coming-of-age story about an Adélie penguin named Steve, who joins millions of fellow males in the icy Antarctic spring on a quest to find a life partner, build a suitable nest, and start a family. The adorable penguin finds a mate and is left, as all the males are, to sit on the eggs until they hatch.
When they do, his mate returns and the two of them struggle to keep their young ones safe from killer whales and leopard seals in the harsh, but beautiful environment in one of the most unforgiving, stunning places on Earth.
Starring: Ed HelmsNow playing at:
Violet Valenski (Elle Fanning) is a Polish-born British teenager living on the Isle of Wight. She dreams of becoming a professional singer, but she lives in a small town where she works as a waitress, goes to school and helps her single mother with the chores on their small family farm.
Violet occasionally sneaks out of the house to perform at open mic night at a pub, where a retired opera singer named Vlad (Zlatko Buric) takes notice of her talent. When a singing competition called Teen Spirit rolls into town to hold auditions, Vlad encourages her to take part. She does and wins a spot to go to London to be one of the entries in the televised competition, with a grand prize of a recording contract being offered to the eventual winner. With Vlad as her manager/mentor, Violet heads to London with high hopes of escaping her humdrum life.
Featuring songs by Ellie Goulding, Tegan & Sara, Annie Lennox, Orbital and Robyn, sung by Elle Fanning.
Based on the true story of Russ Sheppard (Ben Schnetzer), a high school teacher who moved to the town of Kugluktuk, Nunavut in 1998 to teach at a local school. When Russ arrived, the town was plagued with one of the highest rates of alcohol abuse and suicide in North America while the school Russ taught at had rampant absenteeism and substance abuse issues among its student population.
When faced with unfathomable social dysfunction, Russ started a lacrosse team, and changed the community's way of life forever. He saw the lacrosse program flourish in Kugluktuk, but later moved to Cranbrook, British Columbia where he became a lawyer.