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  • I Am Not Your Negro

    I Am Not Your Negro

    Rated: PG13.

    Using the unfinished final manuscript of African-American writer and intellectual James Baldwin, this documentary from director Raoul Peck delves into the legacy of Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr., and Medgar Evers, and explores their impact on what it means to be black in America. ~ Daniel Gelb, Rovi

  • The Resurrection of Gavin Stone

    The Resurrection of Gavin Stone

    Rated: PG.

    Life was easy when Gavin Stone (Brett Dalton) was a child star, yet adulthood is proving more difficult. After an arrest and community-service sentence, the struggling actor fakes being a Christian just so he can bamboozle a megachurch into giving him the lead in their spectacular Easter passion play. But taking on the role of Jesus Christ leads to a spiritual journey he never expected. Directed by Dallas Jenkins, who also founded the Christian production company Vertical Church Films. ~ Violet LeVoit, Rovi

  • Gold

    Gold

    Rated: R.

    An American businessman named Kenny Wells (Matthew McConaughey), who has driven his family's mining company into the ground, tries to reverse his fortunes by prospecting for gold in the jungles of Indonesia. With the help of an experienced geologist (Edgar Ramirez), Wells actually manages to unearth a massive gold deposit, but he is soon forced to protect his find from ruthless Wall Street traders. Bryce Dallas Howard co-stars. Directed by Stephen Gaghan, Gold was inspired by a true story. ~ Jack Rodgers, Rovi

  • Rings

    Rings

    Rated: PG13.

    In this third installment in the horror franchise, a young woman tries to save her boyfriend from a haunted video that kills people seven days after they watch it. However, she soon discovers that the video's secrets go far deeper than anyone has ever suspected. Matilda Lutz, Vincent D'Onofrio, Johnny Galecki, Laura Wiggins, Aimee Teegarden, Alex Roe, and Bonnie Morgan star. Directed by F. Javier Gutierrez. ~ Jack Rodgers, Rovi

  • A Dog's Purpose

    A Dog's Purpose

    Rated: PG.

    Lasse Hallström (Lasse Hallström) directed this adaptation of the best-selling novel of the same name by W. Bruce Cameron, which follows a dog (voiced by Josh Gad) as he is reincarnated as different breeds belonging to various owners. Over the course of multiple lifetimes, the canine's existence intersects with that of a young boy who rescued him in 1962. Dennis Quaid, Peggy Lipton, Britt Robertson, KJ Apa, and Juliet Rylance star. ~ Jack Rodgers, Rovi

  • The Bye Bye Man

    The Bye Bye Man

    Rated: PG13.

    People commit unthinkable acts every day. Time and again, we grapple to understand what drives a person to do such terrible things. But what if all of the questions we’re asking are wrong? What if the cause of all evil is not a matter of what…but who? From the producer of Oculus and The Strangers comes The Bye Bye Man, a chilling horror-thriller that exposes the evil behind the most unspeakable acts committed by man. When three college friends stumble upon the horrific origins of the Bye Bye Man, they discover that there is only one way to avoid his curse: don’t think it, don’t say it. But once the Bye Bye Man gets inside your head, he takes control. Is there a way to survive his possession?Debuting on Friday, January 13th, this film redefines the horror that iconic date represents—stretching our comprehension of the terror this day holds beyond our wildest nightmares.

  • La La Land

    La La Land

    Rated: PG13.

    Struggling actress Mia (Emma Stone) and aspiring jazz pianist Sebastian (Ryan Gosling) begin a whirlwind romance as they both pursue their dreams in Los Angeles. However, their blossoming relationship is challenged when their careers pull them in different directions. Damien Chazelle (Damien Chazelle) wrote and directed this musical love story, which co-stars John Legend, J.K. Simmons, and Rosemarie DeWitt. ~ Daniel Gelb, Rovi

  • Split

    Split

    Rated: PG13.

    An outing takes a sinister turn for three teenage friends (Anya Taylor-Joy, Haley Lu Richardson, and Jessica Sula) when they are kidnapped by a ruthless stranger (James McAvoy) and imprisoned in his basement. They soon learn that their captor has multiple-personality disorder, forcing them to plot their escape without ever knowing which of his 23 personas -- young or old, male or female, benign or monstrous -- they will confront on the way out. Written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan. ~ Violet LeVoit, Rovi

  • Monster Trucks

    Monster Trucks

    Rated: PG.

    A high schooler named Tripp (Lucas Till) befriends an otherworldly creature, which is able to crawl inside his pickup truck and act as a supercharged engine. Soon enough, Tripp and the monster work together to stop an oil company from wreaking havoc on their town. Jane Levy, Rob Lowe, Amy Ryan, Danny Glover, and Barry Pepper co-star. Directed by Chris Wedge (Chris Wedge, Chris Wedge). ~ Jack Rodgers, Rovi

  • Brimstone

    Brimstone

    Rated: R.

    A mysterious, volatile preacher (Guy Pearce) arrives in a Western frontier town in this thriller, which is divided into four, chronologically scrambled chapters. When he accuses a local woman (Dakota Fanning) of a serious crime, she and her daughter are forced to flee from his wrath. Carice van Houten and Kit Harington co-star. Written and directed by Martin Koolhoven. ~ Tom Ciampoli, Rovi


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