‘The Founder’ is the captivating and controversial origin story of the world’s most visited fast food restaurant, McDonald’s, in which Michael Keaton unsurprisingly excels as a ruthless man with big dreams.
This week’s releases include a chance to revisit a hero’s adventures; the crazy adventures of two funny women; a thoughtful exploration of beliefs; a well-crafted mystery thriller; and one of the best horror movies of last year.
This week’s releases include several documentaries chronicling various passions; the penultimate season of an acclaimed series; a horror reboot with new blood in front and behind the camera; and an amusing tale of PG rebellion.
This week’s releases include families pulling together to get through tough times; an effectively updated Western; the whole story regarding a nationwide news item; and a slightly confused animated feature.
‘Star Wars: Rogue One’ is an exceptional addition to the canon as it boasts an incredible cast, an even better story and widespread dedication to get it right while also distinguishing the film from all those that came before it.
This week’s releases include extended versions of a high profile movie and TV series; a fantastic kung fu picture; a sci-fi classic; an epic animated series; and a film that chooses its words carefully.
This week’s releases include a very amusing depiction of what pets do when their owners are away; a new election conspiracy theory; a gritty drama about dreams and consequences; and a new LEGO cartoon.
This week’s releases include some wonderful stories of magic fantasy; performances that will knock your socks off; the final chapter in a messy corporate adventure; and an eye-catching new package for a fan favourite.
This week’s releases include a couple of mesmerizing stage productions on film; collectible editions of must-watch TV shows; the by-product of a crazy union; and an animated sequel that finds a new way down the same path.
‘Arrival’ is a riveting science fiction narrative that convincingly narrates what an alien encounter could look like, depicting both the international and local challenges such an event would present, while remaining optimistic in its approach.
This week’s releases include a look at a franchise’s past and future; a hilarious salute to women; a noteworthy miniseries that raises important questions; a bleak challenge for a former child actor; and a slew of new features for a beloved comedy.