Colin Farrell and Lily-Rose Depp star in ‘Voyagers.’ Lionsgate
At the movies
Director: Neil Burger
Writer: Neil Burger
Producers: Neil Burger, et. al.
Cast: Colin Farrell, Tye Sheridan, Lily-Rose Depp, Madison Hu, Isaac Hempstead Wright, Veronica Falcón, Chanté Adams, et. al.
Set in the near future, the film chronicles the odyssey of 30 young men and women who are sent deep into space on a multi-generational mission in search of a new home.
The mission descends into madness, as the crew reverts to its most primal state, not knowing if the real threat they face is what’s outside the ship or who they’re becoming inside it.
Rated PG-13 for violence, some strong sexuality, bloody images, a sexual assault and brief strong language.
Director: Brian A. Metcalf
Writer: Brian A. Metcalf
Producers: Kelly Arjen, et al.
Cast: Thomas Ian Nicholas, Mickey Rourke, Penelope Ann Miller, et. al.
Ethan is a man eking out a living as a rideshare driver. He discovers that his sister is involved with criminals. Now she’s in deep trouble because she owes them money.
When she suddenly disappears, Ethan is certain her criminal associates are responsible. He formulates a plan to get close to the crime gang’s boss as he attempts to find out what happened to his sister.
Once Ethan gets enough information, he plots revenge.
What follows is a harrowing battle between Ethan and his buddies against a ruthless syndicate of dangerous criminals.
Rated R for strong/bloody violence, language throughout, drug content and brief nudity.
Director: Nate Parker
Writer: Nate Parker
Producers: Mark Burg, Tarak Ben Ammar, Lukas Behnken, et al.
Cast: Omari Hardwick, Theo Rossi, et. al.
A veteran of the Marines looks for revenge after a police officer kills his son during a traffic stop and doesn’t even stand trial.
The Marine was in the process of mending his relationship with his son after a divorce when the killing happened.
The Marine handles the situation anyway he can from kidnapping the police chief to taking over the police station.
Eventually, the Marine decides to take justice into his own hands and holds his own trial against the officer that murdered his son.
Rated R for language throughout and some violence.