A terrific updating of the animated original. Click the movie title to read my entire review, including my thoughts on the many changes.
Set in NYC this is the story of how the police murder of a black man impacts 3 lives, each person wrestling with his conscience as how to respond.
A mixture comedy of manners and social commentary, this who-dunnit is set in a posh English country estate.
A mother grieving over the unsolved rape-murder of her daughter hires 3 billboards to prod the police chief to more action, leading to unexpected results.
A businessman is murdered aboard the Orient Express that has been halted by an avalanche, & Inspector Poirot must figure out which of 12 suspects is guilty.
A satire about a white father’s adultery & murder of his wife plot that threatens the life of his son while the neighborhood protests against the black family just moved in next door.
During the 1967 Detroit Riot racist cops torture black teenagers & 2 white girls at a motel to get them to turn over a gun which they think was fired at them–during the night the cops murder 3 of the blacks.
A personal shopper in Paris who is a medium tries to get in touch with her dead brother & is stalked by a mysterious texter just before she comes upon a murder.
Bounds of loyalty are tested when the son of a hit man sees his father & the boss’s son kill people, & the boss decides the young witness must be killed for the sake of safety.
An unstable woman drinking vodka rides back & forth on a Long Island commuter train always looking for the same house where she spies woman, who one night disappears.