This week sees the release of the next installment in the Fallen franchise, Angel Has Fallen, with Morgan Freeman as the president facing a threat and Gerald Butler as the wrongfully accused Secret Service agent and his confidant who is trying to find the real source of the threat.
On a different note, Brittany Runs a Marathon has comedian Jillian Bell, who, after being hit with a reality check, tries to turn her life around by running a marathon.
Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles shows the origins and evolution of Fiddler on the Roof and the cultural impact the musical and the Oscar-winning film have made on society.
Give Me Liberty is based on Russian writer-director Kirill Mikhanovsky's earliest jobs as an immigrant in Milwaukee as a medical transport driver. The film follows the day of Vic as roads close and chaos begins for him.
From documentarian Stanley Nelson, Miles Davis: Birth of Cool takes a look at archive photos, videos and the life of legendary American trumpeter and composer Miles Davis.
Horror fans have Ready or Not to look forward to, in which a bride is surprised by her new family with a deadly game of hide-and-seek.
Based on Eileen Atkin’s play, Vita and Virginia tells the true love affair of the literary minds of Vita Sackville West and Virginia Woolf in 1920s London.
With a variety of films coming out, here's what The Hollywood Reporter critics though of this week's new releases.