22 Bullets Charly Matteï hasn't been in the killing business for years. But when he narrowly survives a hit on his own life, he comes out of retirement to exact revenge against the unscrupulous gangster he suspects committed the crime.
All Is Lost In this harrowing drama -- which has no dialogue -- Robert Redford portrays a man stranded alone at sea, courageously battling a ferocious storm as he struggles to survive with just a sextant and maritime maps to guide him.
Ender's Game Talented preteen children, including Andrew "Ender" Wiggin, discovered by humanity's military International Fleet, are trained for battle against the alien insectoid Formics ("Buggers") invading Earth.
The Adventurer: The Curse of the Midas Box Based on G.P. Taylor's steam-punk tale, this Victorian-era thriller follows Mariah Mundi's journey into darkness to rescue his kidnapped brother. Joined by the enigmatic Captain Charity, Mariah travels to a grandly sinister hotel on a distant island.
Austenland Jane Hayes is so taken with Jane Austen's novels that she decides to splurge on a trip to an English resort that caters to Austen fans. But when the authentic period romance Jane was promised proves unacceptable, she acts to alter her fate.
Enough Said Julia Louis-Dreyfus and James Gandolfini star in this charming comedy about a divorced woman venturing into a relationship with a sweet man. But things get tricky when she discovers the man she's dating is the hated ex-husband of her new best friend.
G.B.F. When shy Tanner is outed as a school's only openly gay student, popular girls Fawcett, Caprice and 'Shley engage in an epic catfight to acquire him as their "Gay Best Friend." Tanner soon finds himself torn between popularity and old friendships.
Jewtopia Old friends Chris and Adam are facing opposite marriage issues: Chris is pursuing his Jewish dream girl, while Adam is having doubts about his own. When Chris asks Adam to help him pass as Jewish, comedic complications and consequences shortly ensue.
St. Trinian's: The Legend of Fritton's Gold When the troublemaking girls of St. Trinian's discover that their headmistress Miss Fritton (Rupert Everett) is related to an infamous pirate, they square off against the evil Pomfrey (David Tennant) and his menacing group of woman haters on a hunt for buried treasure. Colin Firth returns as stuffed-shirt education minister Geoffrey Thwaites. Gemma Arterton and Russell Brand also star in this adaptation of the work of cartoonist Ronald Searle.
Diana Princess Diana, the world's most-watched woman, struggles to find herself after her painful divorce. In the two years before her death, she embarks on a vital campaign to ban landmines and on a passionate love affair with heart surgeon Hasnat Khan.
How I Live Now While on vacation in rural England, American teen Daisy slowly comes to appreciate the people around her and soon falls in love with local boy Eddie. But her summer idyll comes to an abrupt end when rumors of World War III become a reality.
Life of a King After serving an 18-year prison sentence, Eugene Brown resolves to remake his life and gets a job as detention monitor at a local high school. In an effort to raise the goals of the malcontents he deals with, Eugene founds the Big Chair Chess Club.
Reaching for the Moon When American poet Elizabeth Bishop makes an inspiring visit to Rio, she catches the eye of an old friend's lover, Brazilian architect Lota de Macedo Soares, and begins to blossom under her attention, changing in ways she never imagined.
The Artist and the Model In 1943, disillusioned by the horrors of two world wars, sculptor Marc Cros gives up his art to live quietly in occupied France. When his wife brings home a young Spanish refugee, her beauty inspires the 80-year-old man to return to work.
Wadjda Persistent 10-year-old Wadjda would like nothing more than a new bicycle so she can beat her friend (a boy) in a race. But it's going to take some ingenuity to get one -- especially in her culture, which sees bikes as a threat to a girl's virtue.
Carrie In this remake of the high school horror flick based on Stephen King's novel, misfit teenager Carrie gets back at the classmates who've bullied her by unleashing her newfound supernatural powers and creating havoc at the prom.
Riddick In this extraterrestrial sequel to The Chronicles of Riddick, Vin Diesel returns as the grim antihero, who finds himself marooned on a lonely planet. Hoping an emergency beacon will save him, Riddick instead attracts deadly aliens and mercenaries.
Haunter Putting a new spin on spooky, the haunted soul in this film -- 15-year-old Lisa -- is long dead, and the ghost she senses is a flesh-and-blood teen. Once Lisa figures out the score, she must help her real-life haunter unravel their house's secrets.
Spinning Plates This gastronomic documentary profiles three restaurants based in very different locales: Chicago; Tucson, Arizona; and Balltown, Iowa. Whether humble or elegant, all three establishments retain a laser-sharp focus on keeping the customers happy.
The Armstrong Lie Filming cyclist Lance Armstrong as he trained for the 2009 Tour de France, director Alex Gibney had intimate access to the racer's team. Gibney's cameras were also rolling for Armstrong's startling 2012 confession of performance-enhancing drug use.
The Summit Combining interviews, archival footage and re-creations, filmmaker Nick Ryan sets out to uncover what went wrong when 11 people died on their way up the infamous K2 -- the deadliest day in modern mountaineering history.
Grace Unplugged Every Sunday, 18-year-old Grace performs at church with her ex-rock star father, but she longs to share her talent with the rest of the world. Heading for the bright lights of Los Angeles, she soon must choose between stardom and faith.
Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer A high-profile arrest made Russia's all-girl punk band Pussy Riot famous, but this documentary spotlights the women behind the colorful ski masks. For the first time, the group's three members discuss Vladimir Putin, their cause and life behind bars.