Tom Hanks, the unofficial Boy Next Door in America, seemed a suitable choice to portray the adored TV host Mr. Rogers in the film A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.
A young woman (Sarah Michelle Gellar) and her lover (Jason Behr) are haunted by a vengeful spirit (Takako Fuji), which takes the form of its victims' fury and dismay, in director Takashi Shimizu's remake of the 2002 Japanese thriller.
Director Shane Black creates an unorthodox Marvel film in this superpowered threequel, which explores the PTSD of the film's witty eponymous billionaire (Robert Downey Jr.) as he faces off against Ben Kingsley.
"Bigger is Better" may have been the subtitle for Chapter 4 of John Wick. Returning to take even more vengeance on those who have wronged him through the mysterious High Table is Keanu Reeves in his role as the title assassin.
Long-awaited sequel to Winter's Bone by writer/director Debra Granik proved to be equally spectacular. The novel Leave No Trace tells the tale of a self-sufficient, off-the-grid parent named Ben Foster and his daughter Thomasin McKenzie, whose existence is disrupted by social services.
After showcasing his dramatic acting skills in 1998's The Truman Show, Jim Carrey returned to his beloved rubber-faced, rictus-grinning character in the Farrelly Brothers feature Me, Myself, & Irene.
Although director George Romero was always a bit too independent for Hollywood, his debut Night of the Living Dead had a lasting impact on the business. The plot of the first game of his dismal franchise is straightforward.