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Enter the Fat Dragon

Once a shining example and the best of the Hong Kong Police Special Task Force, Fallon Zhu (Yen) drops rank and gains some pounds after his fiancée (Chow) leaves him. When an old colleague promises Zhu a transfer if he takes on a mission for him, Zhu jumps at the opportunity to be a cop again and soon finds himself escorting a suspect to Japan. But things don't go according to plan, and Zhu must enlist some unconventional help to take on the baddies of Japan and find out what's really going on.

Director: Kenji Tanigaki. Stars: Donnie Yen, Teresa Mo, Jing Wong, Niki Chow, Naoto Takenaka, Tetsu Watanabe, Hiro Hayama, Louis Cheung. 2020. 96 mins. Action.


Castle in the Ground

The opioid crisis takes center stage in a film that follows teenager Henry (Wolff) after his mother (Campbell) dies from illness. Numb from grief, he strikes up an unlikely friendship with his troubled neighbor, Ana (Poots), who introduces him to the world of opioids. As the opioid crisis reaches the streets of their small town, Henry and Ana's drug use begins to bring them severe affliction instead of the escape they seek.

Director: Joey Klein. Stars: Alex Wolff, Imogen Poots, Neve Campbell, Tom Cullen, Keir Gilchrist, Kiowa Gordon. 2019. 105 mins. Drama.



Twelve-year-old Ralph (McNulty) journeys into the bizarre world of film and media when he records over a VHS tape that he believes to be blank, but in fact is a recording of his parents' wedding. The film is shot entirely on VHS and Beta, and Ralph's new video is presented in a nostalgic medley of home videos shot on his new camera, including late-night cable TV and, if his parents are lucky, the occasional snippet of their wedding day.

Director: Jack Henry Robbins. Stars: Kerri Kenney, Thomas Lennon, Mark Proksch, Courtney Pauroso, Charlyne Yi, John Gemberling, Mason McNulty, Rahm Braslaw, Tim Robbins, Susan Sarandon. 2019. 72 mins. Comedy.