No Good Deed
An escaped convict (Idris Elba) breaks into the home of a wife and mother (Taraji P. Henson) and terrorizes her family. I’m not sure what to make of this after watching the trailer. To be honest, it seems like your typical film with a relatively cliché plot. This film has the potential to be good given the great star power, but I doubt it.
No Good Deed is set to release September 12.
The Skeleton Twins
After having spent 10 years apart, twins Maggie (Kristen Wiig) and Milo (Bill Hader) are reunited and are now trying to mend their estranged relationship. The film looks like a great mix of comedy and the reality of two siblings trying to coincide peacefully after being apart for a decade. The Skeleton Twins looks sure to surprise and delight.
The Skeleton Twins is set to release on September 19.
This Is Where I Leave You
When their father dies, the Altman siblings fulfill their father’s last wish to sit shiva together. For the next seven days and nights, they remain under one roof, where they become closer than ever before. Loaded with great star power (Jason Bateman, Tina Fey, Jane Fonda), this looks like it’ll be a great film about families coming together while making audiences laugh at the same time.
This Is Where I Leave You is set to release on September 19.
Two Night Stand
A recent breakup with her fiancé convinces Megan (Analeigh Tipton) that it’s time for a one-night stand. However, after the deed is done, she is snowed in at Alec’s (Miles Teller) apartment, where they agree to help one another improve for their next partner. A comedic little film about the possibility no one ever talks about, Two Night Stand will no doubt be a great date night flick.
Two Night Stand is set to release on September 26.