The Terminator Franchise gets off to a new start with this reboot of the sci-fi series. In order to fix present problems, resistance leader John Connor (Jason Clarke), sends Sgt. Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney) into the past -- but an unexpected complication threatens to destroy the hoped for future.
Male stripper Magic Mike (Channing Tatum) takes it off again in this sequel.
War is a traumatizing event -- for both humans and animals. So the family of the soldier that worked with the canine unit in Afghanistan, adopts his dog when the animal returns to the USA.
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl
Lots of kids in their last year of high school have questions about the future, but Greg Gains (Thomas Mann) is particularly perplexed after spending time with a classmate (Olivia Cooke) who has been diagnosed with cancer.
A young hunter (Onni Tommila) finds more adventure than he expected when he stumbles across the US President (Samuel L. Jackson) whose plane has been shot down over the wilderness of Finland.
Although a successful rock star, Danny Collins (Al Pacino) realizes he doesn't have the happiness he hoped, espcially after reading a recently discovered forty-year-old letter addressed to him from John Lennon. Reassessing his real accomplishments, Danny sets out on a quest to redeem his life.
Josh (Ben Stiller) begins acting like a twenty-something again after he meets a playful young couple (Amanda Seyfried, Adam Driver). Soon Josh is pulling his own wife (Naomi Watts) into this game of age-denial.
Get Hard R
Wealthy James King (Will Ferrell) knows he will have to toughen up when he is sentenced to jail time for fraud. To prepare, he gets coaching from one of his hired hands, Darnell Lewis (Kevin Hart).
The spy business becomes even more dangerous for Jim Terrier (Sean Penn) when the organization he works for suddenly turns against him.