The Invisible Man
-Elisabeth Moss stars in this new take on the H.G. Wells' classic science fiction novel in which she plays a woman convinced she's haunted by the titular character, her abusive ex-boyfriend, who’s figured out a way to become invisible, which makes it that much easier for him to terrorize her.
-The InBetween's Harriet Dyer, Straight Outta Compton's Aldis Hodge and Euphoria's Storm Reid co-star.
-Shelli’s review: Think “A Quiet Place” scary…quiet scares. But still very very tense and terrifying. The 4th quarter of the movie becomes more thriller than scary but it still has twists til the bitter end AND leaves the door open for a sequel. Elisabeth Moss cruses it. So does Aldis Hodge. This is one of the best horror movies in years.
-This satire about the world of the super-rich
-Stars Steve Coogan as a self-made British billionaire who throws an extravagant 60th birthday party for himself to save his fashion empire.
-Isla Fisher co-stars as his ex-wife with Asa Butterfield as his son and Shirley Henderson as the fashion mogul’s mom, a peculiar casting since in real life, they’re the same age.
-Shelli’s review: “Greed”… this is kinda the fashion industry version of “Parasite” a satire about income inequality in the fashion world. Satire that had me laughing out loud. It’s not a masterpiece like “Parasite” but when it definitely resonates. Stay for the credits, which are anything but funny. In fact, the credits are downright sobering.
-3-and a half Hearts
The Jesus Rolls
-Spin off of the Cult Classic The Big Lebowski
-Hours after being released from prison for good behavior, Jesus Quintana (John Turturro) reunites with his best friend and fellow underachiever Petey (Bobby Cannavale). In the first in a series of rapidly escalating bad decisions
-Jon Hamm and Pete Davidson also star
-A darkly funny, irreverent and freewheeling road movie
- Rated R.
-Rotten Tomatoes Gives it 21%