There are two wide releases hitting theaters this week — Gerard Butler‘s new action thriller Hunter Killer and Johnny English Strikes Again, which sees Rowan Atkinson reprise his role as the bumbling MI7 spy. Check out these and all the other exciting new releases below! ~Caitlyn Clancey
Hunter Killer – When a rogue general kidnaps the Russian President in an effort to start World War III, U.S. submarine commander Joe Glass (Gerard Butler) teams up with the U.S. Navy Seals to rescue the President and prevent the onset of another devastating global conflict. Click here for showtimes.
Trailer: Hunter Killer
Johnny English Strikes Again – Retired spy Johnny English (Rowan Atkinson) is called back into the field by MI7 when the identities of several British undercover agents are leaked. He teams up with his old crew, including his sidekick Bough (Ben Miller), to travel to the south of France and locate the mastermind hacker. Click here for showtimes.
Trailer: Johnny English Strikes Again
Mid90s – Stevie (Sunny Suljic), 13, joins a gang of older teenage skateboarders when his home life becomes too unsatisfying to bear. Now a part of their group, the young boy begins to adapt himself to their ways and tries to prove himself worthy of their friendship, while attempting to stay afloat in their troubling world of sex, drugs and dangerous stunts. Click here for showtimes.
Can You Ever Forgive Me? – Author Lee Israel (Melissa McCarthy) has fallen out of the spotlight and needs something big to push her back into it again. She begins a lucrative scam with her friend Jack (Richard E. Grant) by forging hundreds of letters purportedly written by luminaries like Dorothy Parker, and then selling these as “memorabilia” to dealers across America. Opening in Toronto, then expands to other cities through November. Click here for showtimes.
Trailer: Can You Ever Forgive Me?
Bel Canto – A famous American opera singer named Roxanne Coss (Julianne Moore) performs a private concert in South America for rich Japanese industrialist Katsumi Hosokawa (Ken Watanabe) on his birthday. The performance is cut short when Hosokawa’s home is taken over by guerrillas who demand the release of their imprisoned comrades. Opening in Toronto, Kelowna, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Whitby and Saskatoon, then expands to other cities through November. Click here for showtimes.
Trailer: Bel Canto
What They Had – Bridget (Hilary Swank) returns home when her mother Ruth (Blythe Danner), who suffers from Alzheimer’s, wanders off during a snowstorm. Her brother Nicky (Michael Shannon) doesn’t have the patience to take care of Ruth and resents the responsibility that has been placed on him, believing she should be put in a nursing home instead. His father Burt (Robert Forster) passionately refuses and vows to stay by his wife’s side, no matter what. Opening in Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal. Click here for showtimes.
Trailer: What They Had
Room For Rent – Mitch Baldwin (Mark Little) suggests his family rent out a spare room in their home when they fall on hard times and they welcome a man named Carl Lemay (Brett Gelman) into their lives. First a delightful guest, Carl soon begins to show his true colors and reveals he actually has a secret agenda. Opening today in Toronto and November 2 in Ottawa and Winnipeg. Click here for showtimes.
Trailer: Room For Rent