Box Office Weekend: Friday, September 20th, 2019

Happy Friday! We have slightly less horror movies this week, a romantic comedy, a Brad Pitt-led drama, and the Downton Abbey movie. Trailers are below the fold.

The Wedding Year stars Sarah Hyland as a woman who has been invited to FIFTEEN weddings, which tests (oh boy, really?) her assertion that she’s not ready to settle down.

Villains is a dark comedy starring Bill Skarsgård, Maika Monroe, Blake Baumgartner, Jeffrey Donovan and Kyra Sedgwick. A couple breaks into a home only to discover a secret the homeowners will…kill for…to keep under wraps. (I’ll show myself out.)

Ambition is a thriller.

Promare Anime!!

Trauma is a Time Machine “explores a woman’s self destruction & healing from the traumatic after effects of rape within her relationship.”

Always in Season is a documentary exploring the history of lynchings in America. Inspired by the 2014 murder of Lennon Lacy.

Ad Astra stars Brad Pitt as an astronaut searching for his father in space. Wait, what?

Downton Abbey, the movie. The full cast returns to read Downton when the Queen decides to visit.

Rambo: Last Blood is the FIFTH Rambo movie!

Running with the Devil stars Nicholas Cage and Lawrence Fisburne in an action-drama our dads can’t wait to rent from Redbox.

Zeroville stars James Franco, who also directed the film. Based on the novel by Steve Erickson, we are apparently still letting James Franco makes movies.

Loro is an Italian film from Paolo Sorrentino. It follows media tycoons in Silvio Berlusconi’s orbit.

Coming Up For Air is a family drama. It’s gonna get bleak.

Where’s My Roy Cohn? is a documentary about Roy Cohn, a despicable litigator. You’re gonna feel bleak about this one, too.

Bloodline is a thriller about a man who’s always like, “hashtag family first.”

Britt-Marie Was Here is a coming of middle-age drama about a woman who leaves her cheating husband to mother a small town. Based on a novel by the same dishrag who wrote A Man Called Ove.

Coming to theaters Wednesday, September 25th:

Anthropocene: The Human Epoch (Official Trailer 2018) from Mercury Films on Vimeo.

Anthropocene: The Human Epoch is a Canadian documentary.

Today on Netflix:

Between Two Ferns: The Movie


Disenchantment, part two

Fastest Car, season two

Inside Bill’s Brain: Decoding Bill Gates

Las del hockey

Coming Monday:

Team Kaylie

Streaming Tuesday:

Jeff Dunham: Beside Himself
Fuck this guy and fuck Netflix.

And available Wednesday

Abstract: The Art of Design, season two


El recluso

Glitch, season three

Coming Thursday:

Explained, season two

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