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  • The Girl on the Train

    The Girl on the Train

    Rated: R.

    A recent divorcée (Emily Blunt) fantasizes about a couple (Luke Evans and Haley Bennett) whose house she passes each day on her commuter train ride. Soon, she becomes entangled in a mystery involving not only the couple, but her former husband (Justin Theroux) and his new family. Rebecca Ferguson co-stars. Tate Taylor directed this psychological thriller, which was adapted from the 2015 best-selling novel by Paula Hawkins. ~ Daniel Gelb, Rovi

  • Max Steel

    Max Steel

    Rated: PG13.

    Teenager Max McGrath (Ben Winchell) discovers that he has superpowers, and soon encounters a robotic alien named Steel (voice of Josh Brener) who wants to harness the energy he generates. The pair team up to form a superhero called Max Steel, using the guise to fight back against an extraterrestrial threat. This sci-fi action film is based on the popular line of Mattel figures. Andy Garcia, Ana Villafañe, Maria Bello, and Mike Doyle co-star. Written by Christopher Yost (Christopher Yost) and directed by Stewart Hendler (Stewart Hendler). ~ Jack Rodgers, Rovi

  • Deepwater Horizon

    Deepwater Horizon

    Rated: PG13.

    director Peter Berg helmed this docudrama about the Deepwater Horizon disaster, the 2010 oil-rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico that resulted in the largest offshore oil spill in U.S. history. The film depicts the challenges that Mike Williams (Mark Wahlberg) and the rest of the rig's crew faced as they fought for survival. Kate Hudson, Kurt Russell, and John Malkovich co-star. ~ Daniel Gelb, Rovi

  • Kevin Hart: What Now?

    Kevin Hart: What Now?

    Rated: R.

    Comedian Kevin Hart returns to his hometown of Philadelphia to perform in front of a record-setting, sold-out crowd at the Lincoln Financial Field in this standup film. Footage from this historic 2015 show is mixed with skits starring Halle Berry and Don Cheadle. Directed by Leslie Small and Tim Story. ~ Daniel Gelb, Rovi

  • Blair Witch

    Blair Witch

    Rated: R.

    James (James Allen McCune) discovers an online video that he believes explains his sister's disappearance in the Black Hills Forest in Burkittsville, MD. He and a group of friends head to the woods to search for her, where they soon encounter unfathomable evil. Adam Wingard (Adam Wingard, Adam Wingard) directed this sequel to the revolutionary 1999 horror film, Adam Wingard. Brandon Scott, Corbin Reid, and Callie Hernandez co-star. ~ Daniel Gelb, Rovi

  • Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life

    Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life

    Rated: PG.

    Budding young artist Rafe (Griffin Gluck) transfers to a new middle school, where the rules-obsessed principal (Andrew Daly) quickly punishes him for his failure to conform by destroying a book of his drawings. Rafe then decides to fight back by playing pranks and breaking every rule in school. Lauren Graham, Rob Riggle, Adam Pally, and Retta co-star. Directed by Steve Carr. ~ Jack Rodgers, Rovi

  • Dog Eat Dog

    Dog Eat Dog

    Legendary filmmaker Paul Schrader directs this “sordid and engaging crime drama” (The Hollywood Reporter) starring Academy Award® winner Nicolas Cage (Leaving Las Vegas) and Academy Award® nominee Willem Dafoe (Platoon). Ex-cons Troy (Cage), Mad Dog (Dafoe) and Diesel (Christopher Matthew Cook) are hired by an eccentric mob boss to kidnap a baby for a large ransom. When the abduction goes awry, the trio find themselves on the run from the mob and the cops. Vowing to stay out of prison at all costs, getting away with the crime is literally a matter of life and death.

  • In a Valley of Violence

    In a Valley of Violence

    Rated: R.

    Mysterious loner Paul (Ethan Hawke), headed to Mexico with his faithful collie at his side, stumbles into a small-town saloon. There, he brawls with a rowdy gang of misfits and finds himself exiled by the town marshal (John Travolta), which sparks a bloody quest for revenge. Karen Gillan and Taissa Farmiga co-star. Ti West wrote and directed this Western thriller. ~ Daniel Gelb, Rovi

  • The Dressmaker

    The Dressmaker

    Rated: R.

    An accomplished dressmaker named Tilly Dunnage (Kate Winslet) returns to her backwoods hometown in 1950s Australia, which she fled at a young age after she was accused of murdering a boy. While running a local dress shop, Tilly investigates the murder mystery that ruined her life, and plans her revenge on those responsible. Liam Hemsworth, Hugo Weaving, Sarah Snook, and Judy Davis co-star. Directed by Jocelyn Moorhouse and adapted from the novel of the same name by Rosalie Ham, The Dressmaker received its world premiere at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival. ~ Jack Rodgers, Rovi

  • When the Bough Breaks

    When the Bough Breaks

    Rated: PG13.

    A young woman agrees to be the surrogate for a married couple, but she soon becomes infatuated with the household's father-to-be in this blend of horror and erotic drama. Although she initially seems stable and normal during an introduction with would-be parents John (Morris Chestnut) and Laura (Regina Hall), Anna (Jaz Sinclair) grows fixated on John and is willing to do whatever it takes to seduce him. Directed by Jon Cassar. ~ Tom Ciampoli, Rovi


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