Paul Rudd, simply the best comedian in the movies, plays a recent parolee who discovers his girlfriend (Kathryn Hahn) has locked him out of the house and stolen his beloved, pot-sniffing dog, Willie Nelson.
OUR IDIOT BROTHER
Paul Rudd, simply the best comedian in the movies, plays a recent parolee who discovers his girlfriend (Kathryn Hahn) has locked him out of the house and stolen his beloved, pot-sniffing dog, Willie Nelson. With nowhere left to turn, he begins a succession of disastrous living arrangements with his overbearing mother (Shirley Knight) and his previously happy and content sisters (Emily Mortimer, Elizabeth Banks and Zooey Deschanel).
DON'T BE AFRAID OF THE DARK
Recent miniseries stars Guy Pearce (“Mildred Pierce”) and Katie Holmes (“The Kennedys”) star as a couple raising a young girl who swears there are creatures inside their home looking to convert her into one of them.
Harry Markopolos is the subject of this documentary about how he and his team of Wall Street muckrakers fought tooth and nail to expose Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi scheme to the SEC for nearly a decade, only to be met with deaf ears. Jeff Prosserman directs in a style reminiscent of Cambridge filmmaker Errol Morris.
Filmmaker Rowan Joffe transplants the setting for this adaptation of Graham Greene’s novel from the 1930s to the mid-1960s in telling the story about a young tough enjoying forbidden love on the South Coast of England. Helen Mirren and John Hurt co-star as two friends who set out to save the young man’s naive lover from his deviant designs.
GRIFF THE INVISIBLE
In the tradition of “Super,” “Kick-Ass” and “Scott Pilgrim” comes this now all-too-familiar tale about an everyman superhero and the mixed-up woman who loves him. “True Blood’s” Ryan Kwanten stars.
Zoe Saldana (“Avatar”) plays a professional assassin hunting down the people responsible for killing her parents when she was a child.
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