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When a returning Martian probe carrying a soil sample is collected by the crew of the International Space Station, they're excited by the revelation that the sample might contain evidence of past life on the red planet. After exobiologist Hugh Derry (Bakare) succeeds in reviving a long-dormant cell found in the sample, it grows into a multicellular organism that's named Calvin by children on Earth. While it may seem like a cute little Martian creature at first, Calvin is far more dangerous than it seems, and soon begins devouring the space station's inhabitants, who find themselves locked in a claustrophobic fight for their lives.

Director: Daniel Espinosa. Stars: Ryan Reynolds, Jake Gyllenhaal, Rebecca Ferguson, Hiroyuki Sanada, Ariyon Bakare, Olga Dihovichnaya. 2017. 104 min. Horror.


Everybody Loves Somebody

Clara (Souza) has a good life, good friends and a successful career. The only thing that she's missing is romance, a void in her life that serial dating just won't fill. To avoid awkward questions about her love life from her extended family, she invites her co-worker, Asher (O'Toole), to join her as her date to a family wedding in Mexico City, and the two friends quickly start to see each other in a different light. Things get complicated for Clara, though, when Daniel (Yazpik), a former lover for whom she's carried a torch for years, also unexpectedly shows up to the wedding. 

Director: Catalina Aguilar Mastretta. Stars: Karla Souza, José María Yazpik, Ben O'Toole, K.C. Clyde, Tiaré Scanda. 2017. 102 min. Comedy.



The bitter, socially awkward and middle-aged Wilson (Harrelson) learns that he's a dad in this adaptation of the popular graphic novel. Wilson loves his dog more than he does people, but when his ex-wife and recovering drug addict Pippi (Dern) informs him that he has a teenaged daughter (Amara), and that she's living with an adoptive family, he decides to track her down. What he finds is that his daughter isn't so different from him at all.

Director: Craig Johnson. Stars: Woody Harrelson, Laura Dern, Isabella Amara. 2017. 94 min. Comedy.