Author Stephen Chbosky adapts and helms this take on his novel centering
on an introverted freshman named Charlie (Logan Lerman) who gets pulled
into the orbit of a pair of independent-minded seniors (Emma Watson and
School of Creative and Performing Arts graduate Todd Louiso (Love Liza)
helms this indie drama about Amy (Melanie Lynsky), a recently divorced
woman who moves back home with her parents just as her father prepares
to seal a business deal that could set them on course for retirement and
a trip around the world.
Israeli writer-director Avi Nesher adapts Amir Gutfreund’s novel set during 1968 — a year after the Summer
of Love, about a teenage boy (Tuval Shafir) hired by a matchmaker (Adir
Miller) who survived the Holocaust and has set up shop behind a movie
theater that runs only love stories.
This uplifting educational drama from Daniel Barnz stars Maggie Gyllenhaal and Viola Davis as a pair of mothers who team up to take over their failing school,
if only they can fight the overwhelming bureaucracy of the school
system, the attack-dog stance of the teacher’s union and the general
apathy of parents who have lost hope.
The mob of the future maintains its iron grip on society by utilizing the
ultimate existential weapon — time travel. When they want to get rid of
someone, that person gets sent back in time where a waiting killer
executes them, closing the loop on that person, permanently.
This animated monster mash-up from director Genndy Tartakovsky finds Dracula (Adam Sandler) running an exclusive getaway resort for
the paranormal set with assistance from his good buddy Frankenstein
Tim Burton goes back to an idea from his early days as a filmmaker,
exploring the Frankenstein monster from the perspective of childhood. Young Victor, a more modern child, has the perfect pet that dies, so he
endeavors to bring him back to life with a little lightning and a lot of
love, but there are always consequences.
A young adopted girl (Yara Shahidi) in Iowa
discovers her destiny when she takes up butter carving and faces off
against the local hometown champion (Jennifer Garner). Butter sounds cheesy, but director Jim Field Smith has the talent to carve out a real winner.
The screenwriting and directing team of
Brian Klugman and Lee Sternthal pile on with the story of Rory Jansen
(Bradley Cooper), a writer at the top of his game who must face the
consequences of stealing — not just ideas or a few phrases, but an
A domestic thriller from director & co-writer Andrey Zvyagintsev about a housewife (Nadezhda
Markina) who hatches a plan to protect her inheritance when unexpected
incidents threaten to unravel the steadfast woman’s means of security.