1. “John Wick: Chapter Four“ (R)
Obviously Keanu Reeves returns as John Wick. As the price on his head continues to increase, he prepares for his revenge against the High Table while hiding underground with the Bowery King (Laurence Fishburne).
But before he can earn his freedom, he must face-off with a new enemy, played by Bill Skarsgard.
This film is dedicated to Lance Reddick, who plays Charon, the concierge at the Continental Hotel. He passed away last week.
Zach Braff wrote, directed, and produced this drama about loss and forgiveness. It stars Florence Pugh as the driver of a fatal car accident that killed Morgan Freeman’s daughter . . . and they each hate and blame her for it. Years later, she struggles with an addiction she used to cope with her grief, and they form an unexpected friendship after reconnecting at a 12-Step meeting.
This dramedy is based on the true story of Philippa Langley and how she initiated a search to find King Richard the Third’s remains under a parking lot in Leicester, England. In the film she also has visions of the King.
Sally Hawkins from “The Shape of Water” plays Philippa, Steve Coogan plays her estranged husband, and Harry Lloyd is King Richard. Harry was Daenerys Targaryen’s arrogant brother Viserys in the first season of “Game of Thrones”.