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This week's movies include 'Mainstream'

Andrew Garfield stars in ‘Mainstream.’ IFC Films

Andrew Garfield stars in ‘Mainstream.’ IFC Films

Originally Published: May 4, 2021 6:53 a.m.


IFC Films

Director: Gia Coppola

Writer: Gia Coppola

Producers: Gia Coppola, et. al.

Cast: Maya Hawke, Andrew Garfield, Kalena Yiaueki, et. al.

In this cautionary tale, a young woman finds a path to Internet stardom when she starts making videos with a charismatic stranger.

As a result, three people struggle to preserve their identities as they form an eccentric love triangle within the fast-moving Internet age.

Rated R for pervasive language and some graphic nudity.

Wrath of Man

United Artists Releasing

Director: Guy Ritchie

Writers: Guy Ritchie, Ivan Atkinson

Producers: Bill Block, et al.

Cast: Jason Statham, Niamh Algar, Jeffrey Donovan, et. al.

Mysterious and wild-eyed, a new security guard for a cash truck surprises his co-workers when he unleashes precision skills during a heist. The crew is left wondering who he is and where he came from. Soon, the marksman’s ultimate motive becomes clear as he takes dramatic and irrevocable steps to settle a score.

Wrath of Man is based on the 2004 French film Cash Truck by Nicolas Boukhrief.

It is Guy Ritchie’s fourth directorial collaboration with lead actor Jason Statham, following Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998), Snatch (2000), and Revolver (2005). Holt McCallany, Jeffrey Donovan, Josh Hartnett, Laz Alonso, Raúl Castillo, DeObia Oparei, Eddie Marsan, and Scott Eastwood also star.

Rated R for strong violence throughout, pervasive language, and some sexual references.

Silent Life

Dreamer Pictures

Director: Vladislav Kozlov

Writers: Natalia Dar, Ksenia Jarova

Producers: Natalia Dar, et al.

Cast: Sherilyn Fenn, Isabella Rossellini, Franco Nero, et. al.

The mysterious Lady in Black claiming to be the last love of the first screen sex symbol Rudolph Valentino, dies in her Hollywood apartment.

The only contact the detective finds is the business card of the young filmmaker Paul Harts.

While answering the investigator’s questions, Paul brings us half a year earlier to the Hollywood Forever cemetery when he first met Lady in Black and convinced her to reveal her secret on camera.

The story of the old lady takes us back in the past even further, to 1926, when she was a young nurse in NYC and met Rudolph Valentino on the hospital death bed.