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Like a BossLike a Boss
Best friends Mia (Tiffany Haddish) and Mel (Rose Byrne) have their own cosmetics and beauty company, but when they take on a third party, she steals their ideas. 83 min.
During WWI, two young British soldiers are given a seemingly impossible mission from their superior (Colin Firth). 119 min
Just MercyJust Mercy
In the 1980s, a lawyer (Michael B. Jordan) takes on the case of a black man (Jamie Foxx) on death row for killing a young white woman in Alabama. 136 min
The Song of NamesThe Song of Names
After his friend, a violin prodigy who was orphaned during the Holocaust goes missing, Martin (Tim Roth) spends years searching for him. 113 min
When an underwater earthquake shakes their subterranean laboratory, a team of researchers must get to safety, but are stalked by a mysterious creature. 95 min
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