Starting July 10th
An extremely wealthy aristocrat dying from cancer, undergoes a radical medical procedure that transfers his consciousness into the body of a healthy young man. But all is not as it seems when he starts to uncover the mystery of the body’s origin, discovering the body was not the empty flesh he was promised and had a life and family before he was used for his own body, and the “organization” that will kill to protect its cause.
Starring: Ben Kingsley, Ryan Reynolds, Matthew Goode and Michelle Dockery
Rated PG-13:for sequences of violence, some sexuality, and language.
The Suicide Theory
Starting July 10th
STEVEN RAY was never quite normal. But when the love of his life ANNIE is killed in a hit-and-run incident at a city cross walk, his violent and bizarre behavior becomes uncontrollable. One night, as Steven plots his next murder, a body drops from the sky and lands on his cab. Enter PERCIVAL, who’s unsuccessful attempt at jumping off a building not only interferes with Steven’s plans, but the chance encounter also introduces the two into each other’s sad and lonely lives. Percival believes he’s cursed after miraculously surviving each suicide attempt and concludes fate brought he and Steven together. So he hires Steven to assist him in suicide. Steven does not believe in fate and thinks Percival is desperate and delusional. But he accepts the offer. Easy money. After Percival continues to miraculously survive each attempt on his life, Steven starts to believe. He tries to help Percival figure out ways to break the curse.
Starring: Steve Mouzakis, Leon Cain, and Joss McWilliam
Rated R:for strong violence, language and some sexual content.
Starting July 17th
1947. An aging Sherlock Holmes returns from a journey to Japan, where, in search of a rare plant with powerful restorative qualities, he has witnessed the devastation of nuclear warfare. Now, in his remote seaside farmhouse, Holmes faces the end of his days tending to his bees, with only the company of his housekeeper and her young son, Roger. Grappling with the diminishing powers of his mind, Holmes comes to rely upon the boy as he revisits the circumstances of the unsolved case that forced him into retirement.
Starring: Ian McKellan, Laura Linney, Frances de la Tour and Milo Parker
Rated PG:for thematic elements, some disturbing images and incidental smoking.
Starting July 24th
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After enigmatic Margo leads her friend Quentin on a nighttime odyssey through their hometown, she disappears — leaving behind a series of cryptic clues that Quentin must decipher to find her. The mystery leads Quentin and his sharp-witted friends on an adventure that is both funny and moving. Eventually, Quentin realizes that to locate Margo, he must come to a deeper understanding of friendship and love.
Starring: Nat Woolf, Cara Delevingne, Halston Sage and Austin Abrams
Rated PG-13:for some language, drinking, sexuality and partial nudity – all involving teens.
Starting August 14th
A pair of ten-year-olds find an abandoned cop car in a field. When they take it for a joyride, it seems like they could kill themselves at any moment. But things only get worse when the small town sheriff goes looking for his missing car. The kids find themselves in the center of a deadly game of cat and mouse they don’t understand and the only way out is to go as fast as their cop car can take them.
Starring: Kevin Bacon, Hays Wellford, James Freedson-Jackson and Camryn Manheim
Rated R:for language, violence and brief drug use.
Ricki and the Flash
Starting August 7th
An aging woman, Ricki, chased her dreams of becoming a famous rock star by abandoning her family. She gets a last chance to put things right when her ex-husband Pete asks her to visit Chicago and help their estranged, divorced daughter Julie through a difficult time.
Starring: Meryl Streep, Mamie Gummer, Kevin Kline and Sebastian Stan
Rated PG-13:for thematic material, brief drug content, sexuality and language.