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Made in Italy

After getting divorced from his wife, Ruth (Kettle), Jack Foster (Richardson) wishes to secure the funds to purchase the London art gallery where he currently works but which will be sold by his in-laws following the divorce. Jack comes to the conclusion that, in order to buy his beloved gallery, he must sell the Italian villa, once owned by his late mother, which he co-owns with his estranged father, Robert (Neeson). Upon traveling to Italy, Jack and Robert find the estate in a state of disrepair far beyond what they had imagined. Required to get the home into a presentable condition, the father and son pair must finally work together and, in the process, resolve not only their feelings of grief over losing a wife and mother, but their feeling towards each other.

Director: James D'Arcy. Stars: Yolanda Kettle, Micheál Richardson, Souad Faress, Liam Neeson, Claire Dyson, Lindsay Duncan, Valeria Bilello, Helena Antonio, Marco Quaglia. 2020. 94 mins. Comedy.


The Rental

In order to celebrate a success at work, Charlie (Stevens) books an Airbnb listing to a gorgeous seaside home for a weekend getaway with his wife, Michelle (Brie), his business partner, Mina (Vand), and her boyfriend, his own brother Josh (Allen White). From the outset, the quartet's trip is plagued by uncomfortable moments and, upon meeting the remote property's crass caretaker, Taylor (Huss), the group is put on edge. After Mina finds a hidden camera in the shower, the friends vow to leave the rental property, but it might already be too late.

Director: Dave Franco. Stars: Dan Stevens, Alison Brie, Sheila Vand, Jeremy Allen White, Toby Huss, Anthony Molinari. 2020. 88 mins. Horror.


Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula

Four years after the onset of a zombie outbreak in South Korea, former marine captain Jung-Seok (Gang) and his brother-in-law Chul-min (Do-Yoon Kim) volunteer for a mission to retrieve $20 million hidden in an abandoned food truck on the quarantined peninsula. However, upon arriving in South Korea from Hong Kong, the pair soon discover that more waits for them on the infested peninsula than lethal, fast-moving zombies. "Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula" is a sequel to the 2016 film "Train to Busan."

Director: Sang-ho Yeon. Stars: Dong-Won Gang, Jung-hyun Lee, Re Lee, Hae-hyo Kwon, Min-Jae Kim, Gyo-hwan Koo, Do-Yoon Kim, Ye-Won Lee. 2020. 116 mins. Action.