Release Date: 10/12/18; In Theaters
(Original Release Date – 2017)
Director: Milcho Manchevski
Studio(s): Czar Film, YN Films, Milkman Productions, Banana Film DOOEL
Running Time: 104 mins.
Cast: Condola Rashad (Bikini), Sarah Goldberg (Kate), Will Janowitz (Trevor), Sathya Sridharan (Krishna).
Story: Initially discovered when the documentary filmmakers happen upon her at a homeless center, the lively and charismatic Bikini, soon becomes entrenched in the lives of the crew as they struggle to simultaneously help Bikini stay on her feet and complete their project. A self-described “Jesus with tits,” Bikini yearns to use her master carpentry skills to build a new life for herself and the daughter that was taken away by the foster care system. Source: Bikinimoonmovie.com, official site; The Hollywood Reporter.
Release Date: 11/9/18; In Theaters
Director: Julius Avery
Studio(s): Bad Robot, Paramount Pictures
Running Time: 109 mins.
Cast: Jovan Adepo (Pvt. Boyce), Wyatt Russell (Sgt. Ford), Mathilde Ollivier (Chloe), Pilou Asbæk (Dr. Wafner), Jacob Anderson (Grady), Dominic Applewhite (Rosenfeld), Iain De Caestecker (Chase), John Magaro (Tibbet), Bokeem Woodbine (Eldson).
Story: On the eve of D-Day during World War II, American paratroopers are caught behind enemy lines after their plane crashes on a mission to destroy a German Radio Tower in a small town outside of Normandy. After reaching their target, the paratroopers come to realize that besides fighting off Nazi soldiers, they also must face off against horrifying, bloody, and violent creatures that are a result of a secret Nazi experiment. Source: Movie Insider; IMDB.
Release Date: 12/5/18; In Theaters
Director: Sebastián Silva
Studio(s): Magnolia Pictures
Running Time: 86 mins.
Cast: Jason Mitchell (Tyler), Christopher Abbott (Johnny), Michael Cera (Alan), Caleb Landry Jones (Pete), Roddy Bottum (Dylan), Ann Dowd (neighbor), Phillip Ettinger (Charles), Michael Zegen (Eli), Reg E. Cathey (Dowd’s character partner).
Story: Tyler (who someone mistakenly calls Tyrel) joins his friend on a trip to the Catskills for a weekend birthday party with several people he doesn’t know. As soon as they get there, it’s clear that (1) he’s the only black guy, and (2) it’s going to be a weekend of heavy drinking. Although Tyler is welcomed, he can’t help but feel uneasy in “Whitesville.” The combination of all the testosterone and alcohol starts to get out of hand, and Tyler’s precarious situation starts to feel like a nightmare. Source: Hollywood Outbreak, Rotten Tomatoes.