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The Man Who Knew Infinity

The Man Who Knew Infinity
PG-13 / 1:48 / DVD / Drama

Dev Patel & Jeremy Irons star in this film about the life and academic career of pioneer Indian mathematician, Srinivasa Ramanujan, who is invited to Trinity College in Cambridge by Professor G. H. Hardy to enhance his knowledge, but must still battle the discrimination of those determined to discredit his talents.

The Duel

The Duel
R / 1:40 / DVD / Western

When a Texas Ranger (Liam Hemsworth) goes undercover to investigate a series of unexplained deaths in the small hamlet of Helena, the case quickly becomes personal after he unearths a dark secret about the charasmatic preacher (Woody Harrelson) who leads the township.

Demolition

Demolition
R / 1:41 / DVD / Drama

Jake Gyllenhaal and Naomi Watts co-star in this gripping story of a troubled man who forms an unlikely connection with a customer service rep and her young son. With his spirit reinvigorated, he plans to overhaul his life and make a fresh start - but must first demolish the life he once knew.

Fathers and Daughters

Fathers and Daughters
R / 1:56 / DVD / Drama

A Pulitzer-winning writer (Russel Crowe) grapples with becoming a widower and trying to be a good father after a mental breakdown, and years later his grown daughter (Amanda Seyfried) struggles to forge connections of her own as a direct result of her troubled childhood.

Manhattan Night

Manhattan Night
R / 1:54 / DVD / Suspense

Adrien Brody plays Porter Wren, a well-known tabloid writer who becomes involved with a mysterious and alluring widow after she asks him to solve the truth about her husband's death, leading him down a dangerous rabbit hole that threatens his job, his marriage, and his life.

The Lobster

The Lobster
R / 1:58 / DVD / Comedy

This love story set in a dystopian near future sees David (Colin Farrell) being forced to find a mate at The Hotel within 45 days or be transformed into an animal and sent to live in The Woods - but he desperately escapes and joining The Loners, falling in love with one of them in the process, which is unfortunately against their rules.

The Bronze

The Bronze
R / 1:46 / DVD / Comedy

A foul-mouthed former gymnastics bronze medalist milks her minor celebrity for free food & favors in her small town, but when she's tasked with coaching an Olympics aspirant in order to receive a large inheritance, she debates helping this rising star achieve her dreams or sabotaging the competition to remain the only local hero.

Dear Eleanor

Dear Eleanor
PG-13 / 1:29 / DVD / Drama

Two teenage best friends, Ellie & Max, travel across the U.S. - eluding Ellie's dad (Luke Wilson) & local police, visiting Max's dancer aunt Daisy (Jessica Alba), unwittingly aiding & abetting an escaped prisoner (Josh Lucas), and crossing paths with an eclectic mix of people - all in search of former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt.

The Adderall Diaries

The Adderall Diaries
R / 1:27 / DVD / Suspense

Nothing is what it seems in this riveting thriller, where a troubled writer (James Franco) is forced to confront the secrets of his past while investigating a scandalous high-profile murder and simultaneously being thrown into a passionate love affair with a reporter (Amber Heard) giving him unique access to the case.

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