MARCH 24, 2023

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Directed By: Chad Stahelski

Studio: Lionsgate

John Wick: Chapter 4

John Wick (Keanu Reeves) uncovers a path to defeating The High Table. But before he can earn his freedom, Wick must face off against a new enemy with powerful alliances across the globe and forces that turn old friends into foes.

Starring: Keanu Reeves, Donnie Yen, Bill Skarsgård, Laurence Fishburne, Hiroyuki Sanada, Shamier Anderson, Lance Reddick, Rina Sawayama, Scott Adkins, and Ian McShane
Genre: Action | Crime | Thriller
Rating: R (for pervasive strong violence and some language)
Country: USA (English)
Runtime: 169 minutes


Directed By: Jon S. Baird

Studio: Apple Original Films


“Tetris” tells the unbelievable story of how one of the world’s most popular video games found its way to avid players around the globe. Henk Rogers (Taron Egerton) discovers TETRIS in 1988, and then risks everything by traveling to the Soviet Union, where he joins forces with inventor Alexey Pazhitnov (Nikita Efremov) to bring the game to the masses. Based on a true story, “Tetris” is a Cold War-era thriller on steroids, with double-crossing villains, unlikely heroes and a nail-biting race to the finish.

Starring: Taron Egerton and Toby Jones
Genre: Biography | Drama | History | Thriller
Rating: R (for language)
Country: USA | UK (English)
Runtime: 118 minutes


Directed By: Zach Braff

Studio: MGM + United Artists Releasing

A Good Person

Daniel (Morgan Freeman) is brought together with Allison (Florence Pugh), the once thriving young woman with a bright future who was involved in an unimaginable tragedy that took his daughter’s life. As grief-stricken Daniel navigates raising his teenage granddaughter and Allison seeks redemption, they discover that friendship, forgiveness, and hope can flourish in unlikely places.

Starring: Florence Pugh, Molly Shannon, Chinaza Uche, Celeste O’Connor, and Morgan Freeman
Genre: Drama
Rating: R (for drug abuse, language throughout and some sexual references)
Country: USA | Canada (English)
Runtime: 129 minutes


Directed By: Jeremy Garelick

Studio: Netflix

Murder Mystery 2

Now full-time detectives struggling to get their private eye agency off the ground, Nick and Audrey Spitz find themselves at the center of an international abduction when their friend the Maharaja is kidnapped at his own lavish wedding.

Starring: Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston, Mark Strong, Mélanie Laurent, Jodie Turner-Smith, Jillian Bell, and Annie Mumolo
Genre: Action | Comedy | Crime | Mystery | Romance
Rating: PG-13 (for violence, bloody images, strong language, suggestive material and smoking)
Country: USA (English)
Runtime: 90 minutes


Directed By: Jordan Ross

Studio: Vertical Entertainment

The Tutor

An in-demand tutor for the East Coast monied elite, Ethan lands a high-paying assignment to instruct a billionaire’s son, Jackson, at a remote New York waterfront estate. Almost immediately, Ethan realizes that his student’s interest in his life borders upon obsession. As tension grows, Jackson’s accusations threaten to expose Ethan’s perceived dark secrets to his girlfriend and the authorities. As sentiment turns against Ethan, it is up to him, and only him, to unearth Jackson’s accusations and prove his innocence.

Starring: Garrett Hedlund, Victoria Justice, and Noah Schnapp
Genre: Mystery | Thriller
Rating: R (for language, some violence and sexual material)
Country: USA (English)
Runtime: 92 minutes


Directed by: Stephen Frears

Studio: IFC Films

The Lost King

In this inspiring true story, amateur historian Philippa Langley believes she has made the archeological find of the century: the lost burial site of King Richard III. She takes on Britain’s most eminent historians, forcing them to rethink the legacy of one of the most controversial rulers in English history.

Starring: Sally Hawkins, Steve Coogan, Harry Lloyd, Mark Addy, and James Fleet
Genre: Comedy | Drama | International
Rating: PG-13 (for some strong language and brief suggestive references)
Country: UK (English)
Runtime: 108 minutes


Directed by: Léa Mysius

Studio: MUBI

The Five Devils

Eight-year-old Vicky has a mysterious gift: she can recreate any scent she comes across, even that of her beloved mother Joanne. When her estranged aunt suddenly returns to town, the invocation of her fragrance plunges the young girl back in time to unravel a past replete with family secrets and queer romance.

Starring:Adèle Exarchopoulos, Swala Emati, Sally Dramé, Moustapha Mbengue, and Patrick Bouchitey
Genre: Drama | Fantasy | International | Romance
Rating: Not Rated
Country: France (French)
Runtime: 103 minutes


Directed by: Lise Akoka & Romane Gueret

Studio: Kino Lorber

The Worst Ones

A film shooting will take place at the cité Picasso, in the suburbs of Boulogne-Sur-Mer, in the north of France. During the casting, four teenagers, Lily, Ryan, Maylis and Jessy are chosen to play in the film. Everyone in the neighborhood is surprised: why only take the “worst ones”?

Starring: Mallory Wanecque, Timéo Mahaut, Johan Heldenbergh, Loïc Pech, and Mélina Vanderplancke
Genre: Comedy | Drama | International
Rating: Not Rated
Country: France (French)
Runtime: 99 minutes


Directed by: Steve Johnson

Studio: Gravitas Ventures


Returning to an eerily empty hotel after a day of filming, young actress, Rose Hepburn, finds herself suspended on the twelfth floor of an old freight elevator, trapped dangerously high with an unwanted companion. Left with no phone signal as a storm approaches, and with no other way to reach hotel staff, tensions escalate and suspicions rise when Rose discovers the identity of the mysterious man is Daniel Reed, a camera operator who is seemingly obsessed with her.

Starring: Stuart Brennan, Bret Hart, and Sophie Skelton
Genre: International | Thriller
Rating: Not Rated
Country: UK (English)
Runtime: 93 minutes


Directed by: Jean-Pierre Dardenne & Luc Dardenne

Studio: Sideshow + Janus Films

Tori and Lokita

From two-time Palme d’Or-winners Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, Tori and Lokita is a heart-stopping thriller that casts an unflinching eye on the trials of the young and dispossessed.

Starring: Pablo Schils, Joely Mbundu, Alban Ukaj, Tijmen Govaerts, and Charlotte de Bruyne
Genre: Drama | International
Rating: Not Rated
Country: Belgium | France (French & Afrikaans)
Runtime: 88 minutes


Directed by: Tanel Toom

Studio: Vertical Entertainment

Last Sentinel

A squad of soldiers is stranded on an abandoned military base on a near future Earth waiting for the relief or the enemy, whichever comes first.

Starring: Kate Bosworth, Lucien Laviscount, Thomas Kretschmann, and Martin McCann
Genre: Drama | International | Sci-Fi | Thriller
Rating: Not Rated
Country: UK (English)
Runtime: 117 minutes


Directed by: Linda Yellen

Studio: Quiver Distribution

Chantilly Bridge

Twenty-five years later, the same brilliant actresses from “Chantilly Lace”, Linda Yellen’s groundbreaking Sundance hit, return to bring their characters to life in “Chantilly Bridge.” In a rare cinematic experience that travels back and forth between films, the characters’ memories implode on the present. With unpredictable humor and searing honesty they confront old resentments, celebrate new milestones, and rediscover the unbreakable bond among friends who knew one another when and are there for one another now.

Starring: Talia Shire, Ally Sheedy, Helen Slater, and Patricia Richardson
Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
Country: USA (English)
Runtime: 86 minutes


Directed by: Alex Stapleton

Studio: Amazon Studios


Follows the story of baseball megastar Reggie Jackson as he contemplate his legacy as one of the first iconic black athletes, a pioneer in the fight for dignity, respect, and a seat at the table.

Starring: Reggie Jackson, Derek Jeter, Bill Russell, Julius Erving, and Pete Rose
Genre: Documentary | Sport
Rating: PG-13 (for strong language including racial slurs)
Country: USA (English)
Runtime: 104 minutes


Directed By: Amanda Kim

Studio: Greenwich Entertainment

Nam June Paik: Moon is the Oldest TV

A chronicle of the life and times of Nam June Paik, a pillar of the American avant-garde in the 20th century, widely regarded as the father of video art, who coined the phrase “Electronic Superhighway,” and is arguably the most famous Korean artist in modern history. Features readings of the artist’s writings by Executive Producer Steven Yeun.

Starring: Nam June Paik and Steven Yeun
Genre: Documentary | Biography
Rating: Not Rated
Country: USA (English, German, & Korean)
Runtime: 107 minutes


Directed By: Charlie Lightening

Studio: Trafalgar Releasing

All Of Those Voices

A member of One Direction to a solo artist, capturing the challenges and triumphs that defined his path.

Starring: Louis Tomlinson
Genre: Documentary | International
Rating: Not Rated
Country: UK (English)
Runtime: 108 minutes


Directed By: Hong Sang-soo

Studio: The Cinema Guild

Walk Up

A middle-aged film director, together with his daughter whom he has not seen in years, visits a building owned by an interior designer. They have come because the daughter also hopes to study interior design. The designer owns the 4-story walk-up building, and she takes them up floor by floor to show them the renovations she has done. The three of them go into the rooms on each floor to look around. After the film begins in this way, we start again at the bottom and ascend one floor at a time.

Starring: Yunhee Cho, Lee Hye-yeong, Kwon Hae-hyo, Lee Hye-young, and Song Seon-mi
Genre: Drama | International
Rating: Not Rated
Country: South Korea (Korean)
Runtime: 97 minutes


Directed By: Erin Levin Bernhardt & Din Blankenship

Studio: Shout! Studios


The leader of a white nationalist hate group finds healing from the people he once despised: a Muslim heart doctor and a town of refugees.

Starring: Kazeen Abdullah, Farzana Barati, Khadija Barati, Khaty Barati, and C.J. Buckley
Genre: Documentary
Rating: Not Rated
Country: USA (Kurdish, English, & Arabic)
Runtime: 78 minutes


Directed By: Charlie Griak

Studio: D&N Cinematics

End of the Rope

When a family mysteriously disappears from the town of Schafer, North Dakota, suspicion lands on a sociopathic farm-hand, and the entire community rises up to take justice into its own hands.

Starring: Joseph Gray, Chris Bylsma, Nick Saxton, Joseph Bezenek, and Tiffany Cornwell
Genre: Crime | Mystery
Rating: Not Rated
Country: USA (English)
Runtime: — minutes


Directed By: Gregor Schnitzler

Studio: Blue Fox Entertainment

School of Magical Animals

Ida must transfer to a new school, where she soon realizes the students are unkind to each other. However, that all changes when a new teacher, Miss Cornfield, begins to educate them on the value of friendship and magic.

Starring: Emilia Maier, Leonard Conrads, Loris Sichrovsky, and Nadja Uhl
Genre: Adventure | Family | International
Rating: PG (for mild language, peril and thematic elements)
Country: Germany | Austria (German)
Runtime: 93 minutes


Directed By: Timothy A. Chey

Studio: RiverRain Productions

20 Minutes

An incoming ballistic missile to Hawaii changes twelve people’s lives when they discover they have 20 minutes to live.

Starring: Dia Frampton, Michael Camp, Lehi Makisi Falepapalangi, Mihara India, and Dean Testerman
Genre: Thriller
Rating: PG-13 (for thematic material)
Country: USA (English)
Runtime: 93 minutes


Directed By: Ofir Raul Graizer

Studio: Abramorama

What the Hell Happened to Blood, Sweat, & Tears?

An Israeli swimming tutor living in Chicago returns to Israel after 10 years of absence to bury his father. An encounter with a beloved childhood friend and his newly engaged girlfriend will set a series of events in motion that will affect everyone’s lives. A story set between a flower shop and an ancient monastery, between a swimming pool in Chicago and the Mediterranean, between life and death – and somewhere in the middle.

Starring: Oshrat Ingadashet, Michael Moshonov, Ofri Biterman, Moni Moshonov, Irit Sheleg, and Evelyn Kaplun
Genre: Drama | International
Rating: Not Rated
Country: Israel | Germany | Czech Republic (Hebrew)
Runtime: 127 minutes


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