After the assassination of US President John F. Kennedy, his wife Jackie (played by Natalie Portman) puts on a stoic public face. This bio-pic looks at the private grief of the woman who lost her husband, takes on the role of single mother, and tries to preserve the legacy of her family's White House Years. '
Being confined to a wheelchair doesn’t handicap an exorcist from entering the minds of the possessed. But his past may be more of a handicap than he realizes as he works with a boy caught in the clutches of an usually powerful demon.
Based on a true story of Richard and Mildred Loving (played Joel Egerton and Ruth Negga), this film follows the unlikely history makers who find themselves challenging the laws of the State of Virginia which prohibit the mixed-race couple from getting married and living together as husband and wife.
As a five-year-old, Saroo (Sunny Pawer) was lost from his family in India. Adopted by an Australian couple (played by Nicole Kidman and David Denham), the boy grew to a man (now played by Dev Patel), yet the memories of his first family still haunted him. Against all odds, he now sets out to find his way back to his childhood home.
The right to bear arms comes into the crosshairs in this film about a political lobbyist (Jessica Chasten) who wants to pass gun control laws.
Rules Don’t Apply
Marla Mabrey (Lily Collins) wants to be an actress. Frank Forbes (Alden Ehrenreich) has ambitions too, so he's taken a stepping-stone job as a driver. But the rules of 1958 Hollywood society, and their mutual employer Howard Hughes (Warren Beatty), may rewrite everything the two young people think they know about the path to achieving their dreams.
Mona (voice of Auli'i Carvalho) embarks on a dangerous quest. Luckily (or not) she has the help of the legendary demigod, Maui (voice of Dwayne Johnson) on her high-seas adventure.
Billy Bob Thornton reprises his role as Bad Santa. This time the drinking and conniving crook is planning to use his red suit as a cover for a heist at a Chicago Christmas Charity.
Pete’s Dragon (2016)
In this live-action remake of the 1977 Disney classic, Oakes Fegley plays Pete, a young orphan with an not-so-imaginary dragon for a friend.
Even though he is enormous and scary looking, the BFG –Big Friendly Giant (Mark Rylance) is a gentle soul who befriends a young orphan named Sophie (Ruby Barnhill). This movie is based on Roald Dahl’s children’s novel.
The Wild Life
The animals of a small, uninhabited island are curious when a shipwrecked stranger (voice of Yuri Lowenthal) washes ashore. This take-off of the Robinson Crusoe story is told from the perspective of a parrot (voice of David Howard).
The house of a wealthy blind man looks like an easy target for a group of thieving kids. But they quickly see they have underestimated the situation.