In the beautiful if overladen "Migrations," by Charlotte McConaghy, animals are vanishing and a troubled woman follows the last terns to Antarctica.
Beyoncé's "Black Is King" premieres Friday on Disney+.
Gemma Arterton and Gugu Mbatha-Raw star in "Summerland," a British World War II drama with a fresh spin.
After 2015's needlessly edgy "The Muppets," Kermit, Miss Piggy, Beaker, Swedish Chef and the rest of the gang return to form with Disney+ series "Muppets Now."
The National Geographic documentary follows several individuals trying to salvage their historic Northern California town in the wake of disaster.
Stars Katie Holmes and Josh Lucas deserve better than "The Secret: Dare to Dream," a contrived romantic drama adapted from the Oprah Winfrey-endorsed bestseller "The Secret."
The documentary "Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind" is an introspective look at the Canadian troubadour, featuring Geddy Lee, Alec Baldwin and others.
Robert Draper has written an authoritative account of the deceit and misjudgments that the George W. Bush administration used to lead America to a ruinous war.
Story by story, Laura van den Berg's "I Hold a Wolf by the Ears" creates its own weather system, a place you'll want to live in all summer.
Directed and co-written by Dave Franco, "The Rental" features Dan Stevens and Alison Brie in a disappointing horror-drama hybrid about a getaway weekend.