Frozen After her kingdom is doomed to suffer from eternal winter, intrepid Anna goes on a quest to find her reclusive sister, the Snow Queen, and break the curse. Along the way, Anna teams with eccentric mountaineer Kristoff and his comic reindeer, Sven.
Date and Switch High school seniors and lifelong friends Michael and Matty, still virgins, agree to help one another "score" before prom. But things take a surprising turn when Michael develops a crush on Matty's ex, and Matty admits that he's gay.
Grudge Match Decades after making their marks as big-screen pugilists, Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro play aging prizefighters prevailed upon -- by a money-hungry boxing promoter -- to return to the ring for one last match.
Wrong Cops With the crime rate in Los Angeles at record-low levels, bored cops have nothing better to do than harass citizens, sell drugs and try to dispose of a body that one of them accidentally shot.
Breaking the Waves Set in the 1970s, the first film in Lars von Trier's Golden Heart Trilogy stars Emily Watson as Bess, a naïve Scotswoman who's convinced that God will heal her paralyzed husband if she has sex with other men.
Flowers in the Attic This chilly drama chronicles the fate of four siblings confined in their grandparents' attic and abused daily after the children's father dies. As the two older kids grow up, they begin looking for a way to escape their nightmare world.
In the Name of Running toward God but away from his sexuality, Adam became a priest at age 21. Now the head of a rural parish, he's still tormented by desire. When Father Adam attempts to help troubled teen Lukasz, long-suppressed feelings begin to surface.
Philomena Floundering BBC journalist Martin Sixsmith and aging Irishwoman Philomena Lee form an unlikely bond when they pair up to find the son Philomena was forced to give up for adoption 50 years ago.
Saving Mr. Banks When Walt Disney sets his sights on obtaining the rights to the children's classic "Mary Poppins," he reaches out to the book's author, P.L. Travers, only to find that she proves a tough nut to crack.
The Gabby Douglas Story This biographical drama tells the story of Gabby Douglas, the American gymnast who made history at the 2012 Summer Olympics by becoming the first black woman to win the Individual All-Around Championship.
The Invisible Woman Ralph Fiennes directs and stars in this drama about the affair Charles Dickens began with a teen actress while at the height of his career. Felicity Jones plays the young thespian who catches Dickens's eye, and Kristin Scott Thomas plays her mom.
Interior. Leather Bar. Reimagining the 40 minutes of explicit gay S&M footage rumored to have been cut from the 1980 film Cruising, this fascinating film explores the normalization of gay culture and the boundaries of sexual and creative freedom.
After the Dark A small group of philosophy students at an international school in Indonesia must decide who among them would survive a hypothetical nuclear apocalypse. The catch? Only 10 of them could take shelter.