In “Draft Day.” Kevin Costner plays a football GM attempting to turn around a losing franchise. In “Five Star Life.” A single career woman, who travels the globe reviewing resort hotels, begins wonder if she is a tourist witnessing her own life from a distance.
“The Rover”. In this post-apocalyptic (think “Mad Max”) thriller, Guy Pearce pruses a gang that stole his car Looking for a rom-com or a date flick? In “Blended“, Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore are single parents in search of a mate. “Finding Normal” recreates the premises of “Doc Hollywood”, in which a high-powered M.D. is forced to do community service in the sticks. In “Liberal Arts“, a college alum falls for the campus life–and a professors free spiriied daughter. In “Moms’ Night Out”, the dads take the kids for a night. What could go wrong? Action and suspense fans can choose between monsters (“Godzilla“), superheros (“Transformers, Age of Extinction”, “Captain America -Winter Soldier“), and volcanoes (“Pompeii“).
Quotable"No place is as totally democratic as the town library. The only entrance requirement is interest." - Lady Bird Johnson