It may be game over for human beings if a video game champion from the 1980 (Adam Sandler) can't defeat a group of aliens that have used the old characters as prototypes for weapons and are now attacking the Earth.
Quentin (Nat Wolff) has always admired his neighbor Margo (Cara Delevingne), but she barely acknowledges his existence. And just when he has reason to hope that might be changing for the better -- she mysteriously disappears. However, Margo has left a trail of clues behind, so Quentin enlists his closest friends to help him find the girl of his dreams.
The success Billy Hope (Jake Gyllenhaal) has found as a boxer is compromised by a personal tragedy. Now he can't seem to fight his way out of his own problems.
The Vatican Tapes PG-13
Exorcism can be a tricky business -- and it appears even The Vatican can't keep that a secret after some video evidence of a failed attempt goes public.
Another Marvel character gets the big screen treatment -- a super hero whose strength increases as his size decreases. Paul Rudd stars as the Ant-Man, and Michael Douglas plays the scientific brains behind the amazing shrinking technology.
An unlikely friendship forms between a young girl (voice of Rihanna) and a socially awkward alien (voice of Jim Parsons) after her world is invaded by his species looking for a new home.
After WWI, and Australian father (Russell Crowe) travels to Turkey to try and find his three sons who went missing in the Battle of Gallipoli.
The life of an immortal vampire may sound glamorous, but for four such beings (Jemaine Clement, Taika Waititi, Jonathan Brugh, Ben Fransham), there are still lots of boring, everyday responsibilities that need to be attended to -- and roommate issues to be contended with.
Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser Not Rated
David Spade reprised his role as the dysfuntional Joe Dirt. With a mullet and a mop, the stuck-in-the-past janitor sets out on another epic journey to find his loved ones. Note: Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser is releasing directly to Crackle TV.