The First Patient (Unrated) Anatomy documentary following a class of first-year med students’ dissection of the human body over the course of a semester at the Mayo Clinic.
London Fields (R for sexuality, nudity, violence, drug use and pervasive profanity) Adaptation of Martin Amis’ suspense thriller, set in London, about a psychic femme fatale (Amber Heard) who seduces three men (Billy Bob Thornton, Jim Sturgess and Theo James) after having a premonition that she’ll be murdered by one of them. With Gemma Chan, Jaimie Alexander and Jason Isaacs.
The Long Shadow (Unrated) Justice delayed documentary, co-directed by Frances Causey and Maureen Gosling, both descendants of slave owners, examining the continued discrimination against African-Americans in the U.S. from emancipation to the present.
Monrovia, Indiana (Unrated) Rust Belt documentary chronicling the diminished dreams of the 46 million Americans living in rural, small towns like Monrovia, Indiana.
Suspiria (R for gore, graphic nudity, disturbing images, ritualistic violence, profanity and sexual references) Horror flick, set in Berlin in 1977, revolving around a nightmare plaguing a grieving shrink (Lutz Ebersdorf) and members of a world-renowned dance troupe. Cast includes Dakota Johnson, Tilda Swinton and Chloe Grace Moretz. (In German, English and French with subtitles)
Viper Club (R for profanity and disturbing images) Middle East political thriller about a nurse (Susan Sarandon) who turns to philanthropists for help freeing her kidnapped son (Julian Morris), when the U.S. government’s efforts negotiating with ISIS prove ineffective. With Matt Bomer, Lola Kirk and Edie Falco.
Weed the People (Unrated) Healthcare documentary making the case for the use of medical marijuana in the treatment of childhood cancers.
Hunter Killer (R for violence and profanity) Action thriller about an American submarine captain (Gerard Butler) who joins forces with a team of Navy SEALs to rescue the kidnapped Russian President (Alexander Diachenko) from the clutches of a rogue, Soviet Minister of Defense (Mikhail Gorevoy). Supporting cast includes Common, Gary Oldman and Adam James.
Indivisible (PG-13 for violence and mature themes) Faith-based docudrama revolving around a marriage that ends up in crisis when an army chaplain (Justin Breuning) suffering from PTSD returns home following a tour of duty in Iraq. With Sarah Drew, Jason George and Tia Mowry-Hardrict.
Johnny English Strikes Again (PG for action, violence, rude humor, mild epithets and brief nudity) Rowan Atkinson reprises the title role in this third installment of the espionage comedy franchise which finds the bumbling spy coming out of retirement to apprehend the hacker behind a devastating cyber attack. Cast includes Olga Kurylenko, Emma Thompson and Charles Dance.