Sam Elliott stars as an aging Western actor forced to confront his mortality in the latest effort from the team (writer Marc Basch and writer-director Brett Haley) behind I’ll See You in My Dreams.
Nick Offerman plays Elliott’s pot-dealing friend, Katharine Ross his ex-wife, and Krysten Ritter his estranged daughter, while Laura Prepon is a romantic interest.
Kristen Tan’s debut feature follows Thana, a once-famous Bangkok architect who leaves the city and his unfulfilling life behind to take a road trip back to his home village with an elephant he names Popeye.
This unconventional road trip leads to some surprising twists, allowing time for poignant comedy and social commentary.
The latest collaboration between director Miguel Arteta and writer Mike White (Chuck & Buck and The Good Girl, plus HBO series Enlightened) chronicles an evening at the Orange County mansion of Cathy (Connie Britton) and Grant (David Warshofsky), where Beatriz (Salma Hayek), a holistic healer, clashes with the Trump-like Douglas Strutt (John Lithgow).
Also attending the dinner are Strutt’s third wife (Amy Landecker) and a younger couple played by Jay Duplass and Chloe Sevigny.
It's certainly an inauspicious start, with critics panning the film as drab, derivative, and ridiculous.
And Kristen Stewart is a law student who forms a tentative relationship with a ranch hand played by newcomer Lily Gladstone.
Writer-director Kelly Reichardt’s (Night Moves, Old Joy) adaptation of three short stories by Maile Meloy focuses on the lives of three women.
Laura Dern plays a lawyer dealing with a hostile work environment and a hostage situation.
The comedy earned decent reviews when it premiered at Sundance earlier this year.
is a psychological horror film starring Joel Edgerton as a man whose life with his wife (Carmen Ejogo) and son (Kelvin Harrison Jr.) is interrupted by the arrival of a desperate young family (Christopher Abbott and Riley Keough) and their young son (Griffin Robert Faulkner).
Though critics praised A great cast (Alison Brie, Dave Franco, Kate Micucci, Aubrey Plaza, John C.