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John Wick 10.24.14
After the son of a Russian gang boss steals John Wick's classic car and kills his dog, the former hit man returns to his lethal specialty in a quest for vengeance -- and soon finds that he has a price on his head.
While entertaining themselves with an old-fashioned Ouija board, several young friends unintentionally conjure up a sinister ancient spirit. With their lives at stake, the terrified teens must find a way to escape from their nightmarish situation.
During the waning days of World War II in Europe, U.S. Army Sgt. Wardaddy leads his tank crew against overwhelming German forces. As both sides prepare for a last bloody battle, Wardaddy embarks on a mission behind enemy lines.
The Book of Life 10.17.14
Zoe Saldana, Danny Trejo and Cheech Marin lend their voices to this splashy animated fable that weaves a Romeo-and-Juliet story against the backdrop of the Mexican customs surrounding the Day of the Dead.
The Best of Me 10.17.14
In this wistful drama, sparks reignite between former high school flames when they return to their hometown decades later for a funeral. But painful memories of the past may prevent them from having a future together.
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day 10.10.14
When 11-year-old Alexander wakes up with gum stuck in his hair, he's unaware that it's only the start of a daylong ordeal of woes. Looking for sympathy, Alexander turns to his family members -- who are all having their own awful day.
The Judge 10.10.14
After attending his mother's funeral in rural Indiana, defense attorney Hank Palmer heads home to Chicago, only to be called back when his senile father is charged with murder. But when Hank takes the case, he uncovers some shocking family secrets.
Dracula Untold 10.10.14
Blending elements of history and vampire mythology, this new look at the life of the legendary Dracula explores his origin, from his first foray into darkness to his ultimate evolution as a bloodsucking fiend.
With a caring husband, three kids and a great career, Zoe has it all, until she develops an insatiable hunger for sex with other men. Though she's still devoted to her husband, Zoe's new addiction puts her marriage -- and her life -- in danger.
Gone Girl 10.03.14
Based on Gillian Flynn's novel of the same name, this unsettling thriller follows the mercurial Nick Dunne, who finds himself dogged by police and caught in a media maelstrom after he becomes the prime suspect in his wife's disappearance.
Left Behind 10.03.14
Based on the New York Times Best Seller, staring Nicolas Cage. A small group of survivors are left behind after millions of people suddenly vanish and the world is plunged into chaos and destruction.
This prequel to The Conjuring centers on creepy doll Annabelle, charting her demonic origins and a fast ride to hell for the couple who owns her as a satanic cult invades their home, leaving behind an evil entity.
Good People 09.26.14
A financially beleaguered couple can't believe their good fortune when they discover a boatload of money in the apartment of a neighbor who was recently murdered. But their luck soon turns dangerously sour.
The Boxtrolls 09.26.14
In this animated fable, young orphan Eggs lives in an underground cave with his adoptive family: a band of impish creatures called Boxtrolls. When a malicious exterminator sets out to destroy them, they look to Eggs and a plucky rich girl for help.
The Equalizer 09.26.14
In this action-thriller based on the hit 1980s TV series, former intelligence operative Robert McCall comes out of retirement to help a young prostitute, only to end up in the Russian Mafia's crosshairs.
The Two Faces of January 09.26.14
A young American working as a tour guide and part-time con artist in Greece finds himself caught in a dangerous arrangement when a wealthy couple invites him to dinner at their hotel -- and an accident forces them to flee the scene together.
Field of Lost Shoes 09.26.14
In this stirring episode from the Civil War, a raw group of Southern military cadets must band together when they're sent to face the might of the Union Army as it surges toward the unsullied Shenandoah Valley.
Days and Nights 09.26.14
Chekhov's classic The Seagull comes to 1980s New England in this story of an aging actress's fateful choice to visit her son and ailing brother. Over the course of a Memorial Day weekend, her presence impacts every member of the household.
Jack and the Cuckoo-Clock Heart 09.24.14
Equipped with a mechanical heart and determined to stay out of death's shadow, young Jack understands that love could prove fatal. Nevertheless, he falls for a woman and pursues her from Edinburgh to Seville.
Jimi: All Is by My Side 09.26.14
André Benjamin stars as Jimi Hendrix in this biopic that chronicles his rise to fame and the personal demons he battled along the way. Clips of the actual Hendrix punctuate the film as it explores little-known aspects of the troubled star's life.
Two Night Stand 09.26.14
After an ill-considered one-night stand, two young New Yorkers are obliged to extend their time together when a paralyzing snowstorm strikes the city, confining the pair to a small cramped apartment.
Believe Me 09.26.14
Four cash-strapped college students cook up a charity scam to pay their school expenses, but their wild success creates a moral dilemma for Sam Atwell, who's becoming reluctant to use his considerable charisma to defraud unsuspecting donors.
In an unlikely alliance, striking British mineworkers draw support from a coalition of gay and lesbian activists who solicit donations to help tide over the miners' families during the 1984 standoff with Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's government.
Advanced Style 09.26.14
This well-put-together documentary profiles seven New York City women in their 60s through their 90s, whose snappy style decidedly disproves the notion that advanced years and glamour are mutually exclusive.
The Maze Runner 09.19.14
In a postapocalyptic future, an amnesiac named Thomas wakes up to find himself trapped with a group of other teenage boys in a mysterious community called the Glade, where they must uncover the deadly secrets of a giant maze in order to survive.
When podcaster Wallace Bryton goes missing in the backwoods of Manitoba while interviewing a mysterious seafarer named Howard Howe, his best friend Teddy and girlfriend Allison team with an ex-cop to look for him.
This Is Where I Leave You 09.19.14
In accordance with Jewish custom, four siblings gather to sit shivah after their father's death but are soon bickering and renewing old grudges. Brought together for the first time in years, the quarrelsome brood is in for a weeklong emotional duel.
Hector and the Search for Happiness 09.19.14
Leaving behind a lucrative career as a psychiatrist, discontented Hector begins a journey across the planet in search of genuine happiness. Along the way, he experiences a succession of unusual adventures that alter his perspective.
While visiting Puerto Rico to complete the process of adopting a 7-year-old Haitian refugee, a young American couple becomes entangled in a bewildering web of duplicity when the child is kidnapped.
Fort Bliss 09.19.14
After Army field doctor Maggie Swann returns from a long and grueling tour in Afghanistan, she finds that her absence has fractured her bond with her 5-year-old son. As she begins to heal the breach, Maggie learns that she's being redeployed.
The Scribbler 09.19.14
Suki has used the experimental Siamese Burn device to erase most of her multiple personalities, but one remains ... and it may be her own identity. Dan Schaffer adapted this action-packed psychological thriller from his graphic novel.
In the wake of World War II, consumer tastes and government policy steered the United States into a fateful reliance on oil-fueled technology. This sobering documentary explains why and how Americans must end this addiction.
Swim Little Fish Swim 09.19.14
Leeward and Mary are a neurotic postmodern couple who insist on calling their 3-year-old daughter by two different names: Rainbow and Maggie. When they offer a temporary home to young French artist Lilas, the family dynamic becomes even trickier.
The Zero Theorem 09.19.14
In the near future, Qohen spends his days working for a boss named Management and his nights waiting for a phone call that will explain his existence. Terry Gilliam puts his characteristic bizarre spin on modern life in this sci-fi comedy.
Mia Wasikowska is affecting as adventurer Robyn Davidson, who crossed the Australian desert alone -- and on foot -- in 1977. Drawn from Davidson's memoir, this drama depicts her arduous journey and explores her reasons for undertaking it.
The Guest 09.17.14
When a stranger named David shows up at the Peterson family home and says he's a friend of their late son Caleb, who recently died in combat, they welcome him into their lives. But Caleb's sister soon doubts that David is the man he claims to be.
20,000 Days on Earth 09.19.14
Working with a creative team of filmmakers, Nick Cave offers a staged look at the interior worlds behind his iconoclastic music and writing. Within the frame of the 20,000th day since Cave's birth, the film sums up the artist's life until then.
Art and Craft 09.19.14
Mark Landis has been called one of the most prolific art forgers in US history. Posing as a philanthropic donor, and most recently as a Jesuit priest, Landis has given away hundreds of works over the years to a staggering list of institutions.
Stop the Pounding Heart 09.19.14
This dramatic portrait of a family of devout Christians living in Texas uses non-actors in familiar surroundings to relate an intimate tale. When daughter Sara meets young bull-rider Colby, her emotions bring her into direct conflict with her faith.
Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt? 09.12.14
In the final part of this trilogy based on Ayn Rand's 1957 novel, the few remaining entrepreneurs in a country whose economy is on the verge of collapse rise up against a bureaucracy that's squeezing the lifeblood out of the populace.
The Skeleton Twins 09.12.14
When near-death experiences on the same day motivate estranged twins Milo and Maggie to reunite, they're forced to reevaluate their empty lives as they attempt to mend the long-broken bond between them.
Swearnet: The Movie 09.12.14
After their star turn in the "Trailer Park Boys" reality series, Robb Wells, John Paul Tremblay and Mike Smith launch their own video network. But their bold project is soon threatened by personal and creative differences.
My Old Lady 09.10.14
New Yorker Mathias Gold is delighted to learn that he's inherited a Paris apartment from his deceased father. But delight turns to dismay when Mathias travels to France to sell the property and finds his dad's former lover occupying the place.
Dolphin Tale 2 09.12.14
This aquatic drama continues the heartwarming story of Winter the dolphin, who survived a tragic injury by being fitted with a prosthetic tail. In the sequel, Winter bonds with an orphaned baby dolphin after her beloved pool mate passes away.
The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby 09.12.14
Told from two perspectives in two independent chapters, this engrossing drama depicts the dissolving union of Eleanor and Conor, who begin drifting apart in the wake of a tragic and traumatizing event.
Archaeology of a Woman 09.12.14
As a former journalist finds herself fighting to keep her freedom -- and her secrets -- when her dementia escalates, she knows she's on shaky ground. Soon, her daughter does, too, as she discovers her mother's link to a decades-old crime.
Smiling Through the Apocalypse: Esquire in the Sixties 09.12.14
Smiling Through the Apocalypse chronicles a man whose editorial instincts produced one of the greatest magazines ever: Harold Hayes, the swinging editor and cultural provocateur of the iconic Esquire Magazine of the Sixties.
Take Me to the River 09.12.14
Narrated by actor Terrence Howard, this engaging documentary centers on the legacy of the Memphis music scene as intergenerational artists -- from bluesmen to rappers -- are brought together to collaborate on a historic new album.
Soon after arriving at a secluded woodland cabin, a honeymooning couple sees their bliss evaporate when a sleepwalking incident leads to increasingly odd behavior by the bride -- and mounting paranoia on the part of her groom.
I Am Eleven 09.12.14
Between the innocence of childhood and angst-filled adolescence, there's that age just on the cusp: 11. Documentarian Genevieve Bailey sets out to discover what it's like to be there by interviewing 11-year-olds from around the globe.
Sagrada: The Mystery of Creation 09.12.14
One of the most iconic structures ever built, Barcelona's La Sagrada Familia is a unique and fascinating architectural project conceived by controversial genius Antoni Gaudi in the late 19th century.
At the Devil's Door 09.12.14
When a gung-ho real-estate agent is asked to unload a house with a dark past, she encounters the sellers' unhinged daughter. But as the broker tries to help, she finds herself -- and her sister -- caught in the web of a sinister supernatural spirit.
Bird People 09.12.14
When two strangers yearning to escape their discontented lives eventually cross paths in a Paris airport hotel, neither of them is prepared for the series of surprises that follow their chance meeting.
The Green Prince 09.12.14
Mosab Hassan Yousef, the son of a top leader in Palestine's militant Hamas movement, spends a decade working as a mole for Israeli intelligence. In this gripping true-life drama, Yousef lives each day in immediate danger of torture and execution.
Finding Fanny 09.12.14
After learning that the marriage proposal he sent to his girlfriend 46 years earlier never reached her, an aging mailman resolves to track her down and tell her about the tragic mistake that altered both their lives.
A former Arizona sheriff's wife is killed while riding on their ranch property. It would appear a Mexican man illegally crossing into the US is at fault. As the former and the current sheriff search for answers, lives are changed forever.
The Longest Week 09.05.14
After his wealthy parents divorce, 40-year-old Conrad Valmont loses his generous living allowance and posh hotel digs. His friend Dylan Tate takes Conrad in -- but his gratitude doesn't prevent him from making a move on the woman Dylan has eyes for.
The Identical 09.05.14
Borrowing freely from the legend of Elvis Presley's life, this absorbing family drama follows young Ryan Wade as he pursues a musical career, unaware that he's the twin brother of rock superstar Drexel Hemsley.
Profiled against the storied musical backdrop of Memphis, a talented young singer fails to focus on his career as he struggles to understand himself. However, his internal journey threatens to be derailed by alcohol and the passions of the flesh.
Last Days in Vietnam 09.05.14
This documentary recounts the Vietnam War's final days, when unexpected roadblocks threatened the evacuation of America's South Vietnamese allies. Witnesses and rare footage reveal the heroism and sacrifice that played out amid the chaos.
The Green Inferno 09.05.14
Determined to save an Amazon tribe being squeezed by logging, a group of students finds nothing but trouble when their plane crashes in the jungle. Soon, the activists are on the menu of the folks they came to save in this unnerving cannibal fest.
God Help the Girl 09.05.14
This musical by Stuart Murdoch -- of the indie band Belle and Sebastian -- follows Eve, whose gift for songwriting sees her through a troubled life. Her talent takes her to Glasgow, where she finally meets others who share her passion.
In the wake of her mom's death, 16-year-old Beckett Warner enrolls in an elite prep school that turns out to be anything but normal. After a classmate kills herself, Beckett discovers that the curriculum includes some bizarre and bloody activities.
Finding Fela 09.05.14
Oscar-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney explores the life of Fela Kuti, whose seminal Afrobeat sound made him a music icon and political lightning rod. Performance footage and interviews are interspersed with scenes from the hit Broadway bio Fela!
Levitated Mass: The Story of Michael Heizer's Monolithic Sculpture 09.05.14
In 2012, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art installed Michael Heizer's sculpture &NFi;Levitated Mass&NFi_; -- a 340-ton boulder perched atop a trench. This film traces the piece's journey -- from conception to the monolith's 11-day transport from Riverside.
Trailer Park Boys 3: Don't Legalize it 09.05.14
The Trailer Park Boys are back. But these are tough times for Ricky, Julian, and Bubbles, and for everyone in Sunnyvale Trailer Park. Julian is broke. With all his latest money-making plans having failed, he's forced to concoct his greasiest scheme ever. To make it even greasier, he has to do business with his arch-enemy, Cyrus, who's waiting in Montreal to close the dirty deal.
But Always 09.05.14
Childhood friends in Beijing, An Ran and Zhao Yong-yuan lose contact with each other until they meet again decades later in New York City. After they begin a love affair, events conspire to separate the couple time and again.
Antisocial teen Helen's only interest in other people is reuniting her divorced parents, and a freak shaving accident may hold the answer. During a short hospital stay, she uses her outsized personality to unite the staff in her mission.
The Calling 08.29.14
Detective Inspector Hazel Micallef's (played by Susan Sarandon) quiet life is shattered by a series of gruesome murders performed by a religious madman following a deadly higher calling.
The Congress 08.29.14
Actress Robin Wright plays herself in this surreal drama about a film star who agrees to have her digital image recorded for reuse in future films. Despite the handsome payoff, Robin begins to recognize some unforeseen consequences of the deal.
The Last of Robin Hood 08.29.14
Kevin Kline stars as an aging Errol Flynn in this biopic that chronicles the womanizing actor's relationship with teenager Beverly Aadland. The film examines Beverly's mother's role in the affair and the private demons behind Flynn's reputation.
Life of Crime 08.29.14
After kidnapping a rich property developer's wife and holding her for ransom, two small time crooks discover that their plan has a major flaw: their hostage's philandering husband is in no rush to free her from captivity.
Starred Up 08.29.14
In this gritty drama, Jack O'Connell gives a standout performance as a teenage offender whose violent temper gets him moved to an adult prison, where he finds a different breed of inmate -- including his long-incarcerated father.
As Above/So Below 08.29.14
Descending into the dark and bone-strewn caverns beneath the Paris streets, a party of explorers hoping to find a treasure trove instead encounters a nightmare. When a cave-in blocks the only exit, all hell breaks loose -- literally.
Last Weekend 08.29.14
When well-heeled, fastidious Celia Green rounds up her two grown sons and husband for a holiday weekend retreat at their beloved vacation home, perfection is her goal. Unfortunately for Celia, discord and dysfunction intervene.
Born Mario Moreno and raised in humble surroundings, Cantinflas became one of Mexico's most beloved comic actors before rising to international celebrity. This admiring biographical drama captures his endearing character and matchless antics.
Kundo: Age of the Rampant 08.29.14
1859. The last days of the Joseon Dynasty, where the wages of greed bring poverty and death. A pack of bandits calling themselves KUNDO - rise against the tyrants, stealing from the rich and giving to the poor.
After being forced to bail out over the jungle in Singapore, a World War II fighter pilot ends up suspended by his chute in tall trees -- and that's just the beginning of the problems he's facing if he hopes to survive.