Middle school is a time filled with awkward growing pains and moments of self-discovery, though many may try to repress those memories. Comedian-turned-director Bo Burnham encapsulates the essence of early adolescence in his debut feature film.
You lie underneath a sunken tree injured from the bloodshed of a war you were barely able to escape from. A startled young girl stumbles upon you and, out of the kindness of her heart, assists you back to a school exclusively for young ladies.
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society is a historical drama and romance based on the novel of the same name, which follows the separate stories of two women who have never met, but who are connected through an eccentric book club.
American Animals follows the true story of four college-aged friends who, in an attempt to inject excitement and purpose into their small-town lives, plan to commit a heist to obtain a set of extremely valuable books from the Transylvania University library.
Terminal wraps together the tales of assassins who take on a mysterious mission, an ill English teacher facing his inevitable demise, a curious janitor, and the double life of a strange waitress working in the middle of the night at a seedy 24-hour diner.
Centered on a non-verbal maid at a top-secret government facility, everything becomes quite strange and dangerous when she and the manphibian in captivity develop a sensual and compassionate relationship.
The story of Tonya Harding’s career has been hashed over by journalists, in midday movie specials and documentaries – so an attempt at a fresh and irreverent take on the events in 1994 is understandable as movie fodder.