A repressed mommy blogger (Anna Kendrick) sees her life change when a mysterious neighbor (Blake Lively) becomes her friend.
A look at some of the top movies to hit theaters this fall.
Bank robbers and Big Shorts - the top ten movies about the financial crisis, on its tenth anniversary.
Philadelphia native and philanthropist Sidney Kimmel, now a movie producer, made a move to expand to Asian markets at just the right time - one of his first deals resulted in 'Crazy Rich Asians.'
Domhnall Gleeson is a physician tending a family of threadbare British aristocrats in the ghost story 'The Little Stranger.'
Rose Byrne starts an e-mail relationship with the reclusive musician worshipped by her boyfriend (Chris O'Dowd) in 'Juliet, Naked'
When a novelist (Jonathan Pryce) wins the Nobel, it places a surprising strain on his marriage (to Glenn Close).
Before they made a feature debut with 'Kin,' filmmaking brothers Josh and Jonathan Baker made a promotional movie for the Sixers.
A Detroit teen (Myles Truitt) goes on the run with his ex-con brother (Jack Reynor) and a ray-gun in the sci-fi adventure 'Kin.'
In 'Operation Finale' Israeli agents (Oscar Isaac, Melanie Laurent) locate and capture Nazi war criminal Adolph Eichmann (Ben Kingsley).
Ben Kingsley is known for heavy drama like 'Operation Finale," in which he plays Adolph Eichmann, but he wants to do more comedy.
Regina Hall shines as manager a Hooters-style restaurant in 'Support the Girls.'
Jeremiah Zagar captures the lyricism of Justin Torres novel 'We The Animals' in his film adaptation.
'Crazy Rich Asians" novelist Kevin Kwan stopped in Philadelphia recently with cast members Gemma Chan and Jimmy O. Yang to talk about the movie adaptation.
Mark Wahlberg battles a phalanx of assassins to escort a man (Iko Uwais) to safety in the brutal and rather ugly 'Mile 22.'
Albert Hughes directs the old-fashioned, family-friendly survival epic Alpha, about a young man who learns to survive with the help of a wolf.
Chloe Moretz stars as a young gay woman sent to a Christian camp designed to push her into a hetero-normative life.
The frothy rom com 'Crazy Rich Asians' sometimes feels like mostly foam, but it's helped by strong performances from stars Constance Wu and Michelle Yeoh.