The weather is heating up and so are the new releases! This week has an interesting assortment of titles available that range from a heartfelt drama to the high-octane thrill ride. Take a look at what titles are now available, after all, you are in the driver’s seat when it comes to what you’ll be watching in the days to come.
After sitting out the last adventure, Vin Diesel reprises his role as Xander Cage in this thrilling sequel. This time, the not-so-dead-after-all Cage must retrieve a device that can turn satellites into deadly warheads while also trying to figure out who among the many other intelligence operatives caught up in the dangerous mission is friend, and who is foe. With Samuel L. Jackson, Toni Collette, Donnie Yen, Deepika Padukone, Nina Dobrev, and, in a cameo, Ice Cube.
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter
The video game-inspired horror film series comes to a thrilling close with this action-packed outing. As the sinister Umbrella Corporation prepares to wipe out what’s left of humankind, Alice (Milla Jovovich) must return to where it all began–the Hive in Raccoon City–in order to order to stop the evil organization once and for all, and release an antivirus that can reverse the zombie apocalypse and save the world. With Ali Larter, Shawn Roberts, Iain Glen.
The first human born on Mars, 16-year-old Gardner Elliot (Asa Butterfield) was raised by NASA colonists after his astronaut mother died during childbirth. Having never been to Earth, he decides to travel there to meet in person the girl (Britt Robertson) he’s developed an online friendship with, as well as to track down the father he’s never known. But when Gardner realizes his internal organs aren’t compatible with Earth’s gravity, he must race against time to complete his “mission.” Gary Oldman, Carla Gugino co-star in this mix of sci-fi, drama, and romance.
A long-term relationship threatens to implode over the course of one lumultuous night. After six years together, thirty-something couple Henry (Ben Feldman) and Dianne (Olivia Thirlby) find themselves caught between their fears of commitment and societal pressure to settle down and marry. Adam Goldberg co-stars in this fascinating indie drama.
A twelve-year-old girl (Caitlin Carmichael) discovers a mermaid friend when she’s sent away to live with her long-lost father (Jerry O’Connell) and cantankerous grandfather (Barry Bostwick) in their fishing village hometown. This fish-out-of-water, um, tail, is fun for the whole family!