Richard Gere makes a case for Oscar while Tim Roth’s ambitious detective makes a case against him in this Madoff-like tale about a high-flying financier brought down by a crash – a car crash involving the sleazebag’s beautiful mistress. Susan Sarandon and Brit Marling play the wife and daughter he works overtime trying to keep from discovering his unsavory secrets.
RESIDENT EVIL 5: RETRIBUTION
As if four weren’t enough, everyone’s favorite video game-based zombies return for a fifth go-round with their archnemesis Milla Jovovich, who, God help us, is the last hope for the human race. If that’s the case, my money is definitely on the undead.
FINDING NEMO IN 3-D
Disney continues its recycling effort by re-releasing another of its cartoon classics in resplendent tacked-on 3-D. Finding Nemo? This is more like the Mouse searching for a relatively cheap way to buoy an ocean of riches.
LITTLE WHITE LIES
Director Guillaume Canet follows up his outstanding thriller, “Tell No One,” with a dramatic-comedy starring Oscar winners Jean Dujardin and Marion Cotillard as members of a group of close friends who bicker and connive, “Big Chill”-style, while on holiday in Cap Ferrat.
Real-life mother and daughter Catherine Deneuve and Chiara Mastroianni kick up their heels in a musical drama about two generations of European women confronting broken hearts and social unrest in the 1960s and 1990s. Written and directed by Christophe Honore.
New movies: Arbitrage,’ Resident Evil 5’