Richard Linklater’s masterpiece. Fictional film follows the life of a boy from age six to 18. But here’s the catch. Mr. Linklater spent 12 years working on the movie, filming real life actor Ellar Coltrane grow up and play the boy as he ages. Also starring Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette, who also participated in the movie from its inception.
Director Jon Favreau, of Iron Man fame, goes quieter with this story about a chef who loses his restaurant job and starts up a food truck.
Dolphin Tale 2
Ashley Judd, Harry Connick Jr., and Morgan Freeman star with the cutest darn captive dolphins you ever saw. Based on true stories experienced at Clearwater Marine Aquarium.
Based on a short story by Dennis Lehane, film follows a robbery gone awry and how it affects family and friends from round the way.
Directed by David Fincher, starring Ben Affleck and based on global bestseller by Gillian Flynn.
Polish movie that explores the story of a young novitiate nun who on the verge of taking her vows discovers a family secret dating back to the years of the Nazi occupation.
With a backdrop of glaciers, geysers and hot springs, two former brothers in law take a road trip in Iceland to try to reclaim their youth.
The November Man
Pierce Brosnan is The November Man, a CIA super dude who always ruins Thanksgiving. If you think something was missing when Pierce lost his job as James Bond, you are in for a treat. Save the drumstick for me.
The Hundred-Foot Journey
A restaurant and culture clash movie, with a side of funny.
The Maze Runner
Post-apocalyptic science fiction about teenage boys who have had their memories erased and live in the center of a giant maze inhabited by savage creatures.
This Is Where I Leave You
When their father passes away, four grown siblings are forced to sit shiva together at their family home. Dark comedy ensues. Based on the book by Jonathan Tropper.