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Every morning, divorced alcoholic Rachel Watson (Emily Blunt) rides a train that passes the house she used to share with her ex-husband (Justin Theroux). Developing a strange obsession with Megan (Haley Bennett) and Scott Hipwell (Luke Evans), a young couple living in the same neighborhood, she becomes embroiled in a bizarre mystery when Megan suddenly disappears and Rachel thinks she may hold the key to finding her. Allison Janney co-stars in this taut thriller, based on Paula Hawkins’ bestseller.
Taut legal drama follows attorney Richard Ramsay (Keanu Reeves), who promises friend and widow Loretta Lassiter (Renée Zellweger) he’ll defend her teenaged son Mike (Gabriel Basso) when he’s accused of killing his father (Jim Belushi). Despite Mike’s confession and subsequent silence, Ramsay works tirelessly to secure an acquittal while fellow lawyer Janelle (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) dedicates herself to uncovering the grisly truth behind the murder.
David (Aaron Paul) lived a blissful young hipster’s existence in L.A. with his devoted girlfriend Claire (Annabelle Wallis)…until the day she vanished without a trace. With the authorities ineffective, his own investigation reveals that her stories of her past were all lies…and his efforts to track her brings him into the path of Russian mobsters who don’t want her found. Writer/director Zack Whedon’s gripping thriller co-stars Garrett Dillahunt, Zachary Knighton, Terry Chen.
A young man and his young elephant named Nong Mai street beg in gritty Bangkok, Thailand amid the controversial elephant business that threatens their very survival, until the opportunity comes to release Nong Mai to the wild. This engaging documentary is narrated by William Shatner.
Manu Bennett takes the wheel as cyborg racer Frankenstein, the crowd favorite of the annual cross-country car rally staged by a corporate-controlled government in order to entertain the masses…and thin the herd a bit by running some of them over! Producer Roger Corman’s self-approved sequel-redo of his 1975 high-torque social satire also stars Malcolm McDowell, Yancy Butler, Marci Miller, Anessa Ramsey.