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The Hustle

After con artists Josephine Chesterfield (Hathaway) and Penny Rust (Wilson) inadvertently attempt to swindle each other in the French Riviera, the two make the unlikely decision to compete for the right to stay in the lavish French town to scam wealthy men of their money for years to come. When Penny begins to fall for tech billionaire Thomas Westerburg (Sharp), Josephine takes her under her wing to teach her the ropes. The film is a gender-flipped remake of the 1988 comedy "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels," starring Michael Caine and Steve Martin, which itself was a remake of 1964’s "Bedtime Story," starring Marlon Brando and David Niven.

Director: Chris Addison. Stars: Anne Hathaway, Rebel Wilson, Alex Sharp, Dean Norris, Timothy Simons. 2019. 93 min. Comedy.


A Dog's Journey

This sequel picks up where the 2017 film "A Dog’s Purpose" left off. Bailey (Gad), a handsome and elderly dog, realizes that his life's calling is to protect Ethan (Quaid) and Hannah's (Helgenberger) granddaughter, CJ (Prescott), on their Midwestern farm. Through the years, Bailey becomes Molly, Big Dog and Max, but he never abandons his mission to stick with CJ through her ups and downs. The film follows the many iterations of a loyal dog who finds new adventures, challenges and love.

Director: Gail Mancuso. Stars: Josh Gad, Dennis Quaid, Kathryn Prescott, Marg Helgenberger, Betty Gilpin, Henry Lau. 2019. 109 min. Drama.



Tori (Banks) and Kyle Breyer (Denman) are living in Brightburn, Kansas, when an unidentified flying object crashes near their farm. They soon discover that the craft contains a baby boy with superhuman powers, and they adopt him as their own, naming him Brandon (Dunn). As the child grows, the new parents realize that something is amiss. As Brandon approaches his teenage years, Tori and Kyle worry that he is becoming more disrespectful and rebellious, and they find troubling articles and drawings in his room. After Brandon attacks and kills his classmate Caitlyn (Hunter), the young man finally understands the haunting message coming from the spaceship that brought him to Earth: "Take the World."

Director: David Yarovesky. Stars: Elizabeth Banks, David Denman, Jackson A. Dunn, Matt Jones, Meredith Hagner, Emmie Hunter. 2019. 90 min. Horror.