Moana was the holiday weekend’s lead, with $56.6 million over the three day weekend and $82 million over its five-day opening.
Pocket Listing was released yesterday. It starts Rob Lowe and Burt Reynolds. It tells a satyrical tale of real estate and double crossing.
SiREN is an unrated horror film about a bachelor party gone horribly wrong. This is a feature adaptation of the segment “Amateur Night” from V/H/S.
Believe is your weekly religious movie. We haven’t had one of those in awhile.
Run the Tide stars Taylor Lautner as a young man who has been raising his brother as the result of his mother’s imprisonment. When her incarceration ends, she wants to reunite the family, so he runs away.
Best and Most Beautiful Things is a documentary about a blind and autistic woman who “joins a fringe community.”
Man Down is an action thriller starring Kate Mara, Jai Courtney, and Shia LaBeouf. LaBeouf is a veteran who returns to his hometown and must search for his wife and child.
Jackie is a biopic starring Natalie Portman as First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy.
Harry Benson: Shoot First is a documentary and photographer Harry Benson, who photographed icons of the twentieth and twenty-first century.
The Duelist is a foreign thriller. Apparently its trailer has inspired a round of reaction videos. A professional duelist has second thoughts about his career in 19th-century Russia.
The Eyes Of My Mother is a black and white horror film written and directed by Nicolas Pesce. A young girl tortures the man who murdered her mother and then others.
Sky On Fire is an action film starring Daniel Wu and Jingchu Zhang.
Anonymous is a thriller. Stay off the Dark Web.
Kahaani 2 is an Indian thriller about a mysterious woman charged with kidnapping and murder. It is not a sequel to Kahanni but is an installment in the franchise.
Things To Come is a French-German film written and directed by Mia Hansen-Løve. It stars Isabelle Huppert as a woman who responds to the news that her husband is leaving her as an opportunity to begin life anew.
Tree Man is a documentary. It comes out Tuesday. It’s about the NYC sidewalk Christmas tree industry! It’s not like the Tate Donovan Hallmark Channel movie.
The Safe Side of the Fence is a documentary to be released Thursday. It is about the workers who processed uranium for the Manhattan Project. As you can imagine, that did not end well for them.