Solo: A Star Wars Story
Han Solo wants to be a pilot--the best in the galaxy! But his humble beginnings, tendency to dishonesty, headstrong attitude, and expulsion from the Flight Academy are a little problematic for making his big dream come true.
Imagine the humiliation! A police dog named Max (voice of Ludacris) is assigned to go undercover with his his human partner (Will Arnett) to figure out some mysterious dealings at a big Dog Show. But the mission requires the tough Rottweiler to pretend he is a fancy show dog.
A monthly book club gets a lot more exciting for four long-time, aging friends (Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen, Mary Steenburgen) after they read the racy novel Fifty Shades of Grey.
Rather than a biographical documentary, director Wim Wenders invites viewers to journey with Pope Francis, and discover the messages he shares with the world as the leader of the Catholic Church. (Some of the film is subtitled.)
This sequel continues the tale of Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds): aka Deadpool, along with spoofing the superhero genre.
Life of the Party
Deanna (Melissa McCarthy) is forced to reinvent herself after her husband leaves her, and her only child heads for college. So she decides to go to school too. Soon she is partying like a teenage, hanging with her daughter's friends, and hitting on the frat boys.
A weekend away turns into a standoff between a mother (Gabrielle Union) and a group of criminals that are holding her children as hostages. One would think the woman wouldn't stand a chance at saving her kids -- but she is determined to prove them wrong.
Leonardo (Eugenio Derbez), a wealthy and self-centered yacht owner, washes ashore with no memory of his former life. So Kate (Anna Faris), his former mistreated employee, hatches a plan for revenge. She claims Leonardo is her husband, and takes him home to face the harsh realities of parenthood and working for a living.
Do you ever wonder how prehistoric era 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.
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.
Dominika (Jennifer Lawrence), is a former ballerina recruited into the Sparrow program, where she trains to become a Russian Secret Service agent. She becomes quite accomplished as a weapon until an American CIA agent (Joel Egerton) threatens to clip her wings.
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.