Hemingway in Cuba
Rated R for language, sexuality, some violence,
Minka Kelly, Giovanni Ribisi, James Remar
The true-life story of a young journalist
who finds a father figure in legendary author Ernest Hemingway...
Their relationship began in the late 1950’s when Ed Myers, then a
junior reporter at The Miami Herald, wrote a fan letter to his idol.
Myers thought he was being pranked when the larger than life Hemingway
phoned the newsroom a week later, inviting him to Havana.
Hidden away at his private estate with his wife Mary, the elusive
author mentors Myers in fishing, drinking, and finding his voice while
the Cuban Revolution boils up around them. In this turbulent landscape,
observing an icon in his twilight years, Myers discovers his strength
while recognizing that all of our heroes are human.
|A Hologram for the King
Rated R for some sexuality/nudity, language, and
brief drug use
Hanks, Sarita Choudhury, Tracey Fairaway, David Menkin, Tom Skerritt
Tom Tykwer adapts
Dave Eggers' bestselling novel set during a time America is struggling
to recover from a recession, and following a desperate businessman (Tom
Hanks) in Saudi Arabia who attempts to leave his mark on the world
while fighting foreclosure and paying his daughter's tuition.
|God... Where Are You?
Williams, Kibwe Dorsey, David Raizor
Sonny Boone was
always a fighter. He was a champion until he lost everything and blamed
God. When Sonny is at his lowest, looking for a place to sleep and
scrounging for food out of a dumpster, he meets Malachi Carpenter. For
all outward appearances, Malachi seems to be the night manager at an
inconspicuous diner. Malachi proves to be a Good Samaritan that
provides Sonny with a meal and gentle nudges on a path that Sonny never
expected. Then the words of a few strangers and the pages of a book
teach Sonny about acceptance and thankfulness. However, is it enough to
help him accept God back in his heart and save his own life? Urged to
examine all of the things in his life for which he was grateful, Sonny
finally ends up on the doorstep of the answer...
|I Saw The Light
Rated R for some language and brief
Hiddleston, Elizabeth Olsen, David Krumholtz, Bradley Whitford, Maddie
Biopic about country-music
legend Hank Williams...the singer's rise to stardom and tragic death at
the age of 29.
From his youthful marriage to aspiring singer Audrey Mae Sheppard
(Elizabeth Olsen) and his musical beginnings on a weekly radio show in
Alabama through his residency at the Grand Ole Opry, Williams struggled
with alcoholism and addiction.
|Eye In The Sky
Rated R for some violent images and language
Mirren, Aaron Paul, Alan Rickman, Barkhad Abdi, Jeremy Northam, Iain
Glen and Phoebe Fox
Mirren as Colonel Katherine Powell, a UK-based military officer in
command of a top secret drone operation to capture terrorists in Kenya.
Through remote surveillance and on-the-ground intel, Powell discovers
the targets are planning a suicide bombing and the mission escalates
from “capture” to “kill.” But as American pilot
Steve Watts (Aaron Paul) is about to engage, a nine-year old girl
enters the kill zone, triggering an international dispute reaching the
highest levels of US and British government over the moral, political,
and personal implications of modern warfare.
|God's Not Dead 2
Rated PG for some thematic elements
Metcalfe, David A.R. White, Ray Wise, Robin Givens, Melissa Joan Hart
From the college
classroom of GOD’S
NOT DEAD to the public square in
NOT DEAD 2, the name of Jesus is welcomed less and less with
each passing day. If Christians don’t take a stand today, will we
even have a choice tomorrow?
Welcome back to Hope Springs … home not only of Hadleigh
University, but also Martin Luther King Jr. High School, where beloved
teacher Grace Wesley helps students understand and enjoy history. Her
love of teaching, her love for her students, and her love of life all
come from the same place: her love of Christ.
So when Brooke, a hurting student grieving the loss of her brother,
reaches out to Grace, their coffee-shop conversation naturally leads to
Grace sharing the hope she finds in Christ.
When Brooke later asks an honest question about Jesus in the classroom,
Grace’s reasoned response lands her in big trouble—almost
before she even finishes giving her answer.
With the principal and superintendent joining forces with a zealous
civil liberties group, Grace faces an epic court case that could cost
her the career she loves and expel God from the classroom—and the
public square—once and for all!
Pryce, Jerome Holder, Pauline Collins
widower Nat Dayan (Jonathan Pryce) obstinately clings to his way of
life and his livelihood as a Kosher bakery shop owner in London’s
East End. With a dwindling clientele and the pressures of encroaching
big box stores, Nat reluctantly enlists the help of teenager Ayyash who
has a secret side gig selling marijuana to help his struggling
immigrant mother make ends meet. When Ayyash accidentally drops his
stash into the mixing dough, the challah starts flying off the shelves
and an unlikely friendship forms between the old Jewish baker and his
young Muslim apprentice. DOUGH is a
warmhearted and gently humorous story about overcoming prejudice and
finding redemption in unexpected places.
|Hello, My Name is Doris
Rated R for language
Field, Max Greenfield, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Stephen Root, Tyne Daly,
Beth Behrs, Jack Antonoff
After a lifetime
of being overlooked and ignored, a woman of a certain age finds her
world turned upside down by a handsome new co-worker and a self-help
seminar that inspires her to take a chance on love in Hello, My Name is
Doris, a witty and compassionate late-life coming-of-age-story.