Which is exactly what her father aims for. Where to see it right now: In theaters 2. When her eccentric hippie father, whom she barely sees, visits her unannounced, she starts to loose control over her life. Can You Ever Forgive Me? Will they get to live their fantasy life in Bruges, or meet their demise? At times, it's a searing examination of the struggles of motherhood, specifically homing in on postpartum mental health. Complete list of Coming to Theaters. February 8 Best for: Kids What's the buzz? A beautiful and timeless story that will trigger everyone's imagination. One day, a forester stumbles upon them, which sets into motion an unfortunate series of events.
These are the best comedies on Netflix. Who could have imagined that, in 2017, someone would draw upon 14th-century Italian poet Boccaccio to make a raunchy sex comedy? Where to see it right now: Rent iTunes, Amazon, YouTube, and Google Play 13. Meanwhile, our friend Paddington is imprisoned, but making the best of it by introducing his fellow inmates, including Brendan Gleeson's particularly grumpy cook, to the wonders of marmalade. They play two bosses from hell, Kirsten and Rick, whose demanding natures make the lives of their underlings Deutch and Powell miserable. His unfaithful wife, Katie Tilda Swinton decides to divorce him, making a copy of his important files, which fall into the hands of two gym employees, Linda Frances McDormand and Chad Brad Pitt , who figure they can get a ransom from Cox.
The movie thrives on absurd imagery, like telemarketer Cassius Green played by Atlanta's getting plopped, desk and all, right in front of his potential customer when he makes a sales call, even if they are having sex or sitting on the toilet. To say much more would ruin the dark surprises, but I have a sneaking suspicion that this movie will become a trending topic for at least one night. Book Club is by no means a great movie -- hell, it's not even a particularly good one on a technical level -- but it is a deliriously silly joy to watch. When Venom's rubbery form ultimately does appear, he speaks with a low growl that is more quotable than menacing. Complete list of Coming to Theaters. Finally, after five long years, everything will be awesome again.
Flat-out hilarious with one of the most brilliant showdowns ever. Men in Black is back, this time with Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson in the suits. When Jojo finds a wounded bird, he wants to take care of it. March 29 Best for: Kids and tweens What's the buzz? Release date: April 12 Starring: Regina Hall, Issa Rae, and Marsai Martin. Director: Justin McConnell Galaxy of Horrors Why it's good: A monstrous shapeshifter runs through a whole series of unfortunate victims on a quest to find a mysterious woman.
Complete list of in Theaters. We're expecting lots of laughs and plenty of product placement. And through all this malaise their courtship ends up being one that makes perfect sense. The animated film follows an Incan emperor named Kuzco David Spade as he tries to change back into a human after being accidentally transformed into a llama by his ex-adviser, Yzma Eartha Kitt. This darkly beautiful and powerfully atmospheric import is light on plot but heavy on mood, plus it's pretty short and to the point, and the ending is pretty damn solid.
Think of The Muppets meets South Park. Reilly, Sarah Silverman, Gal Gadot Director: Rich Moore and Phil Johnston Why it's great: The sequel to Wreck-It Ralph manages to outdo the original by offering some savvy commentary on the way we live now by taking its video game heroes in to the World Wide Web. Berlanti and his game cast of rising stars executed all of these beats with an abundance of warmth. This lighthearted comedy shows the lengths to which a father will go to connect with his son. The Favourite Released: November 23 Cast: Emma Stone, Olivia Colman, Rachel Weisz Director: Yorgos Lanthimos Why it's great: The latest from the master of uncomfortable giggles Yorgos Lanthimos is, like his , a stiff slug of a comedy that isn't afraid to roll around in the mud. Meanwhile, everyone in the stacked cast is in peak form, Rachel McAdams especially. When it does get serious, Love, Simon tugs at your heartstrings in all the right ways.
There's a genuine tension behind the antics, which really kick off when Kyle Chandler's suave Brooks, the obnoxious brother to Jason Bateman's neurotic Max is actually kidnapped during what is supposed to be a fake game night adventure. Burnham, despite being a stand-up, doesn't pepper his plot with punchlines. The Head Hunter Release date: April 5 Cast: Christopher Rygh, Cora Kaufman Director: Jordan Downey ThanksKilling Why it's good: A lone warrior in an unnamed ancient land does battle with all sorts of monstrous foes, until one day he gets a chance to avenge the death of his only child. However -- through all of that -- it also treats its leads with such dignity that you can't help but get invested. It's already Release date: February 14 Starring: Florence Pugh, Lena Headey, Nick Frost, Jack Lowden, Vince Vaughn, and Dwayne Johnson. . It's a story that has an underlying sadness, but all filtered through Lee's uncompromising, acerbic point of view.
Thriller Release date: April 14 Cast: Jason Woods, Jessica Allain, Mykelti Williamson Director: Dallas Jackson Why it's good: If you have an affection for the classic slasher flicks of years past particularly the 1980 Canadian favorite Prom Night , here's a low-key but enjoyable homage that's packed with all the tragic pranks, hooded killers, red herrings, and mostly deserving victims you'd expect. Wild About Movies brings you the trailers, posters and Behind The Scenes of over 500 movies released in theaters during 2019. Guillermo del Toro's awesome Hellboy movies are lush and deeply imaginative pieces of dark fantasy. Although it's based on a , this movie likely will be edgier than its source material and earlier animated Pokémon movies and series. Kids as well as the young at heart will be clamoring to see this year's big blockbusters, popular sequels, and live-action remakes, like Frozen 2 and the reboot of Aladdin. Phoenix is truly a ham, who does his dastardly deeds in his old costumes, considering each crime a triumphant act worthy of applause.
Parents can customize their settings to receive recommendations and parent tips based on their kids' ages. Game Night Released: February 23 Cast: Jason Bateman, Rachel McAdams, Kyle Chandler, Jesse Plemons Director: John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein Why it's great: I have been thinking about Jesse Plemons' bizarro performance in Game Night ever since I saw it back in February. Set It Up Released: June 15 Cast: Zoey Deutch, Glen Powell, Lucy Liu, Taye Diggs Director: Claire Scanlon Why it's great: As a part of the great Netflix of summer 2018, was not as universally fawned over as To All the Boys I've Loved Before. This new version seems content to plunk Hellboy and his eclectic mess of horror tropes into sort of a wise-assed Bond movie structure, and for the most part it works as amiably insane monster madness. It's often said that the best way to educate an audience is to entertain them at the same time; Horror Noire skimps on neither the education nor the entertainment. Real life can be, well, a lot.
Where to see it right now: Rent on iTunes, Amazon Video, YouTube, or Google Play 6. Ocean's Eight Released: June 8 Cast: Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Rihanna Director: Gary Ross Why it's great: Anne Hathaway. Meanwhile, the girls -- played by Kathryn Newton, Geraldine Viswanathan, and Gideon Adlon -- are experiencing their own uneasy awakenings as they forge ahead during the raucous night. The actual heist takes a backseat to the joy of watching these stars work their magic while strutting around in high fashion, and that's totally fine. Well, you'll get it, and you'll see Colin Firth and Stellan Skarsgård imitating Titanic on the bow of a boat.