Every day a soul named "A" wakes up in a different body. Although this lifestyle has its problems, they never feel as onerous as they do after he/she meets and falls in love with Rhiannon (Angourie Rice). How can they ever have a relationship if "A" is continually changing into someone else? This movie is based on a novel by David Leviathan.
It was supposed to be a game, but as a group of friends tries to solve a murder mystery, it starts looking like what they have gotten themselves into something that is anything but child's play.
When a biologist (Natalie Portman) learns her husband (Oscar Isaac) has been injured while on a secret assignment, she volunteers to continue his mission in the hope of finding a way to cure the man she loves.
When T'Challa (Chadwick Boseman) inherits the throne of a small African country, he returns to his homeland only to have his role as king challenged. Relying on his powers as the Black Panther, he fights not just for the fate of his own nation, but also the future of the world.
Do you ever wonder how prehistoric man give way to the bronze age? Well, here is your answer. In the dawn of time, Early Man faced off against more advanced man -- in a winner-take-all game of football (Soccer - if you're American). If that wasn't what you were expecting, then expect to be surprised by this stop-frame animation
Based on the Biblical story, Samson (Taylor James) is a man gifted with great strength from God. But his reckless ways and his passion for Delilah (Caitlin Leahy) cause him to stray from his appointed destiny.
Beatrix Potter's classic tale comes to the big screen, featuring live-action and computer graphics. The movie follows the antics of a rebellious rabbit who has an insatiable appetite for the vegetables growing in the neighbor's garden.
The 15:17 to Paris
Based on a true story, three Americans (Anthony Sadler, Spencer Stone, Alek Skarlatos) on holiday in Europe are forced to use their past military training when a terrorist attacks passengers on a train.
Same Kind of Different as Me
When a white art dealer (Greg Kinnear) volunteers with his wife ( Renée Zellweger) at a charity soup kitchen, he meets a homeless black man (Djimon Hounsou) and discovers they may have more in common than either could have imagined.
The story of the first Christmas is told through the perspective of a donkey (voice of Steven Yeun) and some of his animal friends (some voiced by Tyler Perry, Kristin Chenoweth and Keegan-Michael Key). These characters attempt to keep Mary and Joseph (voices of Gina Rodriguez and Zachary Levi) safe as they travel to Bethlehem.
Daddy’s Home 2
Step-dad Brad Whitaker (Will Ferrell) is in for a not-so-jolly time this Christmas. Not only is wife’s ex-husband (Mark Wahlberg) home for the holidays, but so is his tough-guy father Kurt (Mel Gibson). And if that's not enough, making appearances as well are Brad's own mellow dad (John Lithgow) and another father-by-marriage (John Cena).
Although he is just the manager of a budget motel close to Disney World, Bobby (William Dafoe) can't help but take notice of Moonee (Brooklynn Prince), a six-year-old guest. The playful girl and her mom are renting week-to-week, yet as the summer passes Bobby gets drawn into the life of the neglected child and becomes concerned over the choices being made by her young, single mother (Bria Vinaite).