2017 December Movies (By Date)

I Kill Giants

    • Sci-Fi

    Originally published in serialized form from 2008 to 2009, I Kill Giants tells the story of a girl who escapes from her difficult reality into a fantasy life where she has more power. It went on to be named one of the top graphic novels of 2010 by the Young Adult Library Services Association, and win the Gold Award at the Fifth International Manga Awards in 2012.

    All the Money in the World

      • Drama

      Based on the true story of the kidnapping

      Lean on Pete

        • 119 min
        • Drama

        Lean on Pete is about Charley Thompson, a 15-year-old who has no stability in his life and ends up homeless in Portland, Oregon, where his best friend is a failing racehorse named Lean on Pete. He sets off an a perilous journey to find his only known relative who once lived 1,000 miles away in Wyoming

        Amsel: Illustrator of the Lost Art

        Amsel: Illustrator of the Lost Art

          • Documentary

          The first in-depth profile of illustrator Richard Amsel, detailing his remarkable body of work while chronicling an enigmatic life of personal heartbreak, celebrity friendships, creative genius, and a tragic end at the age of 37 from AIDS.

          Nosferatu

          Nosferatu

            • Horror

            A remake of Nosferatu

            Triple Frontier

              • Action

              An action-adventure story set in the border zone between Paraguay, Argentina, and Brazil.

              Stronger

              Stronger

                • 119 min
                • Drama

                A victim of the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013 helps the police track down the killers while struggling to recover from devastating trauma.

                Brawl in Cell Block 99

                  • 132 min
                  • Action

                  After working as a drug courier and getting into a brutal shootout with police, a former boxer finds himself at the mercy of his enemies as they force him to instigate violent acts that turn the prison he resides in into a battleground.

                  The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara

                    • History

                    Producer Steven Spielberg reteams with Munich and Lincoln screenwriter Tony Kushner for this biographical drama based on the book by author David Kertzer, which tells the story of a young Italian Jew who was taken from his parents by the Papal States at age seven, and raised as a Catholic - paving the path for his unlikely future in the priesthood. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

                    Bright

                    Bright

                      • Fantasy

                      Smith will play a (human) police officer who joins up with an orc played by Edgerton to find a magic wand that could do some damage in the wrong hands. In the world of the film, humans live alongside fantastical beings (like orcs and fairies). Naturally, the police have a unit committed to solving supernatural crime.