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Viewers around the world were astonished in 2009 when airline pilot Chesley Sullenberger safely landed an Airbus 320 on the Hudson River after both engines were disabled. This fact-based drama illuminates Sullenberger’s life and heroic achievement.
- Hacksaw Ridge
Based on a true story, this World War II drama focuses on Desmond T. Doss, a conscientious objector who becomes a hero while serving as an unarmed medic during the brutal and bloody fight for Okinawa.
- The Accountant
Offering two very different skills to his clients, a financial forensics expert and trained assassin goes to work for a tech mogul who’s determined to eliminate those responsible for secretly manipulating the company’s financial records.
- Jason Bourne
Back for another high-stakes, high-octane thriller, superspy Jason Bourne plays cat and mouse with covert government agencies and terrorist rings while edging closer to unraveling the mystery of his real identity.
- The Magnificent Seven
In this remake of the rousing 1960 Western, a motley group of gunslingers comes together to protect the residents of a mining town, who are being terrorized and victimized by a ruthless gold tycoon and his gang of thugs.
- Game of Thrones
Originally airing on HBO, this live-action fantasy series — based on George R.R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” novels — charts the violent efforts of competing noble families to gain control of the vacant Westeros throne.
- Manchester by the Sea
While working as a handyman in Boston, taciturn loner Lee Chandler gets word that his brother Joe has died of a coronary. After returning to the siblings’ hometown, Lee receives another shock: He’s been named legal guardian of Joe’s 16-year-old son.
- Deepwater Horizon
Replaying the catastrophic explosion of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig in 2010, this tense drama recounts the horrific experiences of the 126 crew members onboard and the numerous acts of courage that saved untold lives.
- Hell or High Water
Faced with losing the family farm to foreclosure, brothers Toby and Tanner decide that their best move is to rob some banks. Not surprisingly, their plans quickly go awry, and a grizzled but relentless lawman picks up their trail.
- The Girl on the Train
During her daily rail commute, divorcée Rachel Watson observes the happily married couple living in a house near the train route. One day, she witnesses a scene that enrages her — and soon finds herself deeply entangled in the ensuing mystery.
During the 120-year journey of the “Starship Avalon” to a distant planetary colony, a computer glitch rouses mechanic Jim Preston from hibernation decades ahead of schedule. Desperate for company, Preston wakes up female journalist Aurora Dunn.
Tom Hanks returns for a third outing as symbologist Robert Langdon. This time, Langdon awakens in an Italian hospital with no memory of the past few days and suddenly finds himself in a race to stop a madman from unleashing a plague on the world.
- Suicide Squad
In this thrill-packed visit to the dark side of the DC Comics universe, a covert government organization drafts a team of jailed supervillains to carry out black ops missions in return for clemency.
When Sgt. Nicholas Brody, an American prisoner of war, returns home after eight years of captivity, frantic CIA agent Carrie Anderson suspects the Marine of having been turned into an Al Qaeda terrorist in this espionage drama from Showtime.
- The Secret Life of Pets
Living an easy life, happy terrier Max sees his world upended when his owner brings home Duke, a mongrel Max regards as a loser. But the two soon find themselves allied against a horde of abandoned pets looking to turn the tables on humans.
- Free State of Jones
As the Civil War rages on, Mississippi farmer Newton Knight, his neighbors and a ragtag group of slaves band together and lead Jones County to secede from the Confederacy, establishing a mixed-race free state in the heart of the South.
- Florence Foster Jenkins
Despite her horrid singing voice, New York City heiress Florence Foster Jenkins is certain she can become an opera star. Her partner and manager, St Clair Bayfield, does all he can to shield Florence from the truth, but his task may prove impossible.
Confronted by a mass landing of alien vessels around the globe, military leaders seek the help of brilliant linguist Louise Banks in an effort to communicate with the extraterrestrials and determine their intentions.
- Jack Reacher: Never Go Back
Jack Reacher (Tom Cruise) returns with his particular brand of justice in the highly anticipated sequel Jack Reacher: Never Go Back. When Army Major Susan Turner (Cobie Smulders), who heads Reacher’s old investigative unit, is arrested for treason, Reacher will stop at nothing to prove her innocence and to uncover the truth behind a major government conspiracy involving soldiers who are being killed.
- Bad Moms
Looking behind the veneer of perfection sought by modern American mothers, this comic tale follows a trio of fed-up, underappreciated suburban moms as they set out to liberate themselves, leaving their parental responsibilities behind.
- Doctor Strange
After an auto accident ends his career as a neurosurgeon, Stephen Strange embarks on a quest to heal himself. His path leads him to the Ancient One, a mysterious mentor who trains Strange to defend Earth by becoming the next Sorcerer Supreme.
- War Dogs
Based on a true story, the film follows two friends in their early 20s (Hill and Teller) living in Miami during the Iraq War who exploit a little-known government initiative that allows small businesses to bid on U.S. Military contracts. Starting small, they begin raking in big money and are living the high life. But the pair gets in over their heads when they land a $300 million deal to arm the Afghan Military—a deal that puts them in business with some very shady people, not the least of which turns out to be the U.S. Government.
- The Legend of Tarzan
Fully readapted to London society after his long sojourn in the jungle, Lord Greystoke returns to Africa as a trade emissary. But little does he know that he’s being used to advance the schemes of villainous Capt. Leon Rom.
- Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
After Jacob Portman unearths a cache of his grandfather’s old photos, curiosity about them leads the teen to a dilapidated former orphanage, where he discovers a group of children who are not only peculiar but also possess extraordinary powers.
In this affecting true story, 5-year-old Saroo is adopted by an Australian couple after losing his way in the urban jungle of Kolkata. More than two decades later, new mapping technology prompts Saroo to search for his lost family in India.
- Star Trek Beyond
Released to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the iconic “Star Trek” franchise, this action-packed space adventure adds to the legend of Capt. Kirk and his crew, who end up marooned on a remote planet after the “Enterprise” is destroyed.
- Mechanic: Resurrection
After swearing off his profession as a contract killer, Arthur Bishop finds that never is a long time when the woman he loves is abducted by an old nemesis — and the only way to save her is to complete a string of hits.
- La La Land
While pursuing showbiz fame, jazz pianist Sebastian falls for aspiring actress Mia, and the two embark on an intense love affair. But as their separate paths of ambition force them to make tough choices, their relationship starts to fray.
Growing up in the drug-soaked world of 1980s Miami, young Chiron struggles to make his way through a helter-skelter adolescence while also grappling with confusion and anxiety about his emerging sexuality.
- Independence Day: Resurgence
Twenty years after the initial invasion of Earth by an army of advanced extraterrestrials, the same foes attack again with redoubled force, forcing humankind to construct defenses cobbled from alien technology left behind after the original attack.
- Finding Dory
When Dory, the forgetful blue tang (Ellen DeGeneres), suddenly remembers she has a family who may be looking for her, she, Marlin (Albert Brooks) and Nemo (Hayden Rolence) take off on a life-changing quest to find them.
In 2013, CIA technical expert Edward Snowden stunned the world by revealing a stolen trove of classified U.S. government documents. This Oliver Stone-helmed drama tells the story of the bold theft that exposed secret NSA mass surveillance programs.
- Money Monster
Landing in dire financial straits after following a stock tip from bombastic TV persona Lee Gates, fuming Kyle Budwell takes the lout hostage on live television and threatens to kill him unless he turns the stock price around before the closing bell.
- Hidden Figures
In the race to space between the United States and the Soviet Union during the Cold War, three black female mathematicians play a key role in launching astronaut John Glenn into outer space, making him the first American to orbit Earth.
- Central Intelligence
When a career accountant reconnects with a former classmate who now works as a CIA operative, the mild-mannered number-cruncher soon finds himself waist deep in a lethal counterespionage operation.
- Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
This wizardly spin-off from the cinematic world of Harry Potter relates the wondrous and exotic life of “magizoologist” Newt Scamander, who wrote the Hogwarts School’s textbook on magical creatures decades before Harry Potter would lay eyes on it.
- Patriots Day
A tragic bombing near the finish line at the 2013 Boston Marathon sets off a citywide manhunt for the perpetrators. With residents devastated by the events, Sgt. Tommy Saunders and the Boston Police Department zero in on two suspects.
- The Infiltrator
The exploits of U.S. Customs agent Robert Mazur are recounted in this narco-crime thriller set in the 1980s. Gaining the trust of some of the world’s most notorious drug lords, Mazur becomes a key player in an intricate government sting.
In this remake of the biblical-era epic, Jewish prince Judah Ben-Hur is condemned to slavery after his boyhood best friend falsely accuses him of an assassination attempt. Years later, it’s time for Ben-Hur to take his revenge.
In this reboot of the 1984 classic, it’s the ladies doing the ghost-busting. After writing a book suggesting that ghosts are real, Erin Gilbert and Abby Yates are called upon to lead the fight when spooks overrun Manhattan.
- The BFG
Roald Dahl’s spooky children’s book is transformed into a family-friendly fantasy centering on young orphan Sophie, who meets a colossus called the Big Friendly Giant — who’s exiled from his peers for refusing to eat boys and girls.
- X-Men: Apocalypse
Bearing the ominous moniker of Apocalypse, a legendary mutant comes to life after thousands of years and resolves to impose an oppressive new world order. With humanity’s fate at stake, the X-Men team prepares for an all-or-nothing showdown.
This epic tale adapted from Diana Gabaldon’s popular series of fantasy-romance novels focuses on the drama of two time-crossed lovers. Claire is a 20th-century combat nurse who finds herself in the year 1743 and discovers she’s in mortal danger.
- Don't Breathe
A blind, rich and reclusive billionaire is hiding a mountain of cash in his home — he’s the perfect target for a trio of teens carrying out a string of robberies. Too bad the kids didn’t consider that their would-be victim may be a psychopath.
- Pete's Dragon
When a mysterious 10-year-old boy, Pete, turns up, claiming to live in the woods with a giant green dragon, it’s up to a forest ranger, Grace, and the young Natalie to learn where the boy came from, where he belongs, and the truth about this magical dragon.
- Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
Before the events of the original “Star Wars” trilogy, the Rebel Alliance enlists a team of rogue fighters to steal plans for the Galactic Empire’s new space station — a powerful superweapon called the Death Star.
This aquatic animated tale follows the journey of Moana Waialiki, a plucky Polynesian teen who sets out on a long and perilous ocean voyage in search of a mythical island, aided by the demigod Maui.
- Captain Fantastic
Having raised his six children in the wooded isolation of the Pacific Northwest, Ben Cash is suddenly drawn back into civilization by a shocking tragedy. As the kids face an unfamiliar world, Ben begins to reexamine his approach to parenting.
- Me Before You
Planning to stay just six months, Lou Clark takes on the job of looking after rich but depressed Will Traynor, who’s been left a quadriplegic by an accident. Despite Will’s disillusionment, Lou is determined to show him that his life is worth living.
- Blood Father
Ex-con, ex-drunk and ex-drug addict John Link has hardly set a sterling example for his estranged teenage daughter. But when she gets into trouble with the Mexican drug cartel after her boyfriend sets her up, Dad finally has a chance to prove himself.
- Nocturnal Animals
When Susan Morrow receives a book manuscript from her estranged ex-husband, she finds herself confronting her past while becoming increasingly immersed in the story — a thriller in which a professor’s ordinary life is violently derailed.
Recounting a landmark chapter in the struggle for civil rights, this absorbing drama depicts the 1958 arrest and imprisonment of Richard and Mildred Loving for violating Virginia’s law against interracial marriage.
- Keeping Up with the Joneses
After moving into a sleepy suburban cul-de-sac, a married couple starts to suspect that their new neighbors are undercover government agents — suspicions that are confirmed when the couple gets entangled in a case of global espionage.
- The Nice Guys
Set in 1970s Los Angeles, this noirish mystery tracks a private eye who teams with a hired bruiser to investigate a missing persons case and a porn star’s suspicious suicide. In the process, the pair stumbles onto evidence of a vast conspiracy.
- Now You See Me 2
Who better than a band of illusionists to pull off a heist that leaves everyone bewildered? In this mind-bending sequel, the Four Horsemen do it again, this time with the intent of exposing a shady technology tycoon.
- Bridget Jones's Baby
In this third chapter of Bridget’s madcap existence, she unexpectedly finds herself pregnant at the age of 43. But with two suitors in her life — barrister Mark Darcy and dashing tycoon Jack Qwant — which one is the father?
- The Light Between Oceans
Lighthouse keeper Tom Sherbourne and radiant, spirited Isabel live together in married bliss on a remote, rugged island off the coast of Australia. But their windswept world is turned upside down when Isabel learns that she’s unable to bear a child. One day, a drifting lifeboat washes ashore with a crying baby in it. The dilemma the couple now face will echo far beyond the island, engulfing and irrevocably impacting their world — and that of a stranger — in a passionate story about love, hope, and a fateful choice.
Working as a trash collector in 1950s Pittsburgh, Troy Maxson struggles to raise his family while trying to transcend the bitter experience of being a talented baseball player denied the opportunity to play in the majors because of his race.
- The Shallows
While riding the waves at a remote beach, young surfer Mia finds herself stranded on a buoy as a great white shark begins stalking her. Though she’s only 200 yards from shore, Mia realizes that the predator is determined not to let her get that far.
In this offbeat comedy, four lunkheaded Southerners pull off one of the most brazen heists in U.S. history, stealing $17.3 million and getting away with it — at first. When the FBI launches an investigation, the thieves find the noose tightening.
During a perilous World War II mission in Casablanca, French-Canadian operative Max Vatan falls in love with and weds French spy Marianne Beausejour. After learning that Marianne may be a Nazi double agent, Max launches an investigation of his wife.
- The Dressmaker
Driven away when she was young, Tilly Dunnage returns to rural Australia after years of working as a dressmaker in Paris — and she’s ready to make waves in her conservative hometown not only with her haute couture but a hidden agenda.
In this animated avian tale, storks have stopped bringing babies home and started delivering packages for an e-commerce giant instead. But when a stork named Junior creates a baby by mistake, the rush is on to make things right.
- Kubo and the Two Strings
Young Kubo’s peaceful seaside existence is abruptly upended when he unintentionally conjures a spirit from the past and soon finds himself on the run from a horde of gods and monsters, including the ruthless Moon King.
- Collateral Beauty
With his life shattered by personal tragedy, advertising executive Howard Inlet is unable to break out of his deep depression. To help him, Howard’s colleagues concoct an elaborate and unorthodox plan.
Still reeling from her husband’s shocking assassination in Dallas, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy battles through exhaustion, overwhelming heartache and anger to preserve his legacy — and to define her own.
- The Huntsman: Winter's War
This prequel to “Snow White and the Huntsman” returns to the fairy-tale fantasy world created by the Brothers Grimm, centering on the lives of Ravenna and the Huntsman before the appearance of Snow White.
- The Man Who Knew Infinity
This absorbing biopic recounts the life of self-taught Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan, who made his way to Trinity College at Cambridge in 1913 and rose to prominence under the tutelage of renowned math professor G.H. Hardy.
In the 1990s, well-known Holocaust denier David Irving sued historian Deborah Lipstadt — issuing a complaint under British law requiring the American academic to prove that the greatest atrocity of World War II actually took place.
- A Hologram for the King
Teetering on the edge of bankruptcy, U.S. businessman Alan Clay tries to reverse his fortunes by landing a lucrative contract in Saudi Arabia. As Alan attempts to navigate his way through an unfamiliar culture, he unexpectedly finds romance.
- The Jungle Book (2016)
Inspired by the animated Disney classic, this live-action adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s beloved novel follows young Mowgli as he navigates a jungle full of wonder and peril with his animal allies Bagheera the panther and Baloo the bear.
- Eye in the Sky
Leading an operation to nab a terrorist and her collaborators in Kenya, Col. Katherine Powell ends up in a political and moral quagmire as the mission changes and a drone strike is ordered, putting a young girl at risk of becoming collateral damage.
- The Founder
The concept and expansion of McDonald’s global fast-food empire represent one of the great success stories of American business. This meaty biopic profiles company founder Ray Kroc, whose canny instincts turned McDonald’s into a golden brand.
- Wild Oats
Eva (Shirley MacLaine), a widow and retired history teacher, enjoys a quiet life. Everything changes when she receives a life insurance check accidentally made out for $5,000,000 instead of the expected $50,000. At the not-so-gentle urging her best friend Maddie (Jessica Lange), Eva deposits the money and the two friends head to the Canary Islands with every intention of living it up. But their fantasy is short-lived when they discover that they have become media sensations overnight. Fugitives from justice, the two are forced to outwit a trio of con men, led by the local Wine “warlord”, Carlos (Santiago Segura), outmaneuver a dogged life insurance agent Vespucci (Howard Hesseman).
- Whiskey Tango Foxtrot
Based on reporter Kim Barker’s memoirs about her experiences covering the Afghanistan war, this satirical look at a hopelessly confused conflict also chronicles the obstacles encountered by female journalists in a rigidly conservative region.
Animals of all stripes — including an underappreciated mother minding 25 piglets, a young gorilla trapped in gang life and a shy elephant — find hope in a life-changing singing competition to save the local theater.
- The Edge of Seventeen
Nadine and Krista are the closest of high school chums. But after Nadine finds out that Krista is secretly dating Nadine’s detested older brother, the two friends soon turn into the worst of enemies.
- The Whole Truth
Asked to defend a 17-year-old accused of murdering his wealthy father, attorney Richard Ramsay begins to unearth unsavory details about the victim. Believing that his client is hiding something, Richard enlists a young lawyer to dig deeper.
- Nine Lives
They say a cat has nine lives. But, in this comedy from director Barry Sonnenfeld, one workaholic businessman finds one of those lives is his own when he ends up trapped in the body of his family’s feline after a personal calamity.
Resorting to radical measures to combat a terrorist threat, the government implants a dead CIA operative’s memories and skills in a condemned prisoner, hoping that he can carry out the original mission.
- Sausage Party
In this naughty animated comedy, a fall from a shopping cart forces a supermarket wiener and his food pals to embark on a dangerous journey through the store to make it back to their proper aisles before the Independence Day sale.
Inspired by the beloved troll dolls that have entertained kids for decades, this animated tale follows the always-happy Princess Poppy and her grouchy survivalist companion Branch as they embark on a journey that takes them into an unfamiliar world.
- Assassin's Creed
Expanding the landscape of the titular video-game franchise, this adventure saga follows Callum Lynch, who discovers his link to a secret medieval society called the Assassins and acquires their skills to take on their age-old foes, the Templars.
- Mother's Day
Offering an ensemble tribute to mothers everywhere, this star-studded comedy focuses on an assortment of moms and their intertwining lives as their annual day of recognition approaches.
- A Man Called Ove
Despite being deposed as president of his condo’s resident association, 59-year-old misanthrope Ove continues to plague his neighbors with dictatorial demands. But when Ove’s new neighbor runs over his mailbox, the old crank finds he’s met his match.
The best-selling video-game franchise comes to life in this epic adventure that pits humans against orcs as warriors from the dying planet of Draenor attempt to take over the human-controlled world of Azeroth.
In this drama based on real events during World War II, two Czech soldiers are trained for a brazen suicide mission: Assassinating SS General Reinhard Heydrich, the infamous “Butcher of Prague” and architect of the Nazi’s genocidal “Final Solution.”
- The Duel
In a tiny Texas town where the residents are under the thrall of a man called the Preacher, locals begin to disappear. When their bodies begin to wash up on the shores of the Rio Grande, it’s time for Texas Ranger David Kingston to intervene.
- The Finest Hours
Recounting one of the most heroic tales in the annals of the U.S. Coast Guard, this tense maritime thriller traces the daring rescue of the crew aboard two oil tankers; both vessels were torn in two by the furious waves of a gigantic Atlantic storm.
- Captain America: Civil War
The most explosive clash to ever rock the Marvel Cinematic Universe ignites a firestorm of conflict in the game-changing epic, Captain America: Civil War. In the wake of collateral damage, government pressure to rein in the Avengers drives a deep wedge between Captain America and Iron Man, causing a catastrophic rift that turns the two friends into bitter enemies. Against a backdrop of divided loyalties, their fellow Avengers must deal with the fallout.
- Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising
Revisiting the comedic chaos of the original, this rollicking sequel finds Teddy and Pete coming to the Radner family’s rescue, wading into battle with the wild sorority sisters now occupying the duo’s former fraternity house.
After 10 years of trying to mass-market the revolutionary floor mop she had invented, housewife Joy Mangano strikes gold with a personal pitch on QVC that turns her Miracle Mop into an overnight marketing miracle.
- The Americans
Set during the Reagan presidency, this Cold War drama follows two married Soviet sleeper agents living discreetly near Washington, D.C. But tensions begin to mount for the couple when a spy-hunting FBI man moves in nearby.
- Hello, My Name Is Doris
Inspired by insights gained through a self-help seminar, 60-year-old Doris Miller brazenly steps forward to pursue the affections of a much younger co-worker — and inadvertently becomes a hit with his hipster cohorts.
- Why Him?
During a visit to his daughter at college, Ned meets her superrich brash boyfriend and promptly starts plotting to end the relationship. After learning that the young man is about to propose, Ned’s urge to interfere reaches panic proportions.
- Bridge of Spies
At the height of the Cold War in 1960, the downing of an American spy plane and the pilot’s subsequent capture by the Soviets draws Brooklyn attorney James Donovan into the middle of an intense effort to secure the aviator’s release.
- Mr. Church
Hired to lend a hand to a single mother diagnosed with cancer, Henry Joseph Church wins the hearts of mom Marie Brody and daughter Charlie through his cooking, establishing a bond that lasts long beyond Marie’s death and Charlie’s childhood.
- USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage
After delivering the weapons that will end World War II, the “USS Indianapolis” crew is denied the celebration of a mission accomplished when their ship is sunk by the Japanese. Stranded at sea, the survivors face hunger, thirst and shark attacks.
- The Meddler
On the heels of her husband’s death, Marnie Minervini moves to Los Angeles and begins interfering with her daughter Lori’s life. But after Marnie’s chance encounter with a charismatic security guard, she turns her attention in a different direction.
- Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
Superegos battle in superhero fashion while a new threat emerges in this sequel to “Man of Steel.” With Batman decamping Gotham City for Metropolis to take on a Superman who’s become too powerful, trouble brews for the rest of humanity.