Don’t search for any sympathetic characters in J Blakeson’s “I Care a Lot,” a blackly comedian neo-noir movie wherein two oddly charismatic creeps attempt to outwit each other. Rosamund Pike performs a high-class grifter, who exploits the systemic flaws within the elder-care business to earn cash off the helpless. Peter Dinklage performs a drug kingpin residing beneath an assumed identify, who dangers revealing himself when his mom (Dianne Wiest) will get caught up within the rip-off. Like Blakeson’s entertainingly nasty 2009 debut movie “The Disappearance of Alice Creed,” this can be a well-acted and twisty film, made for audiences who get pleasure from watching intelligent people be shamelessly terrible.


This documentary concerning the legendary Brazilian footballer Edson Arantes do Nascimento, generally known as Pelé, is concentrated totally on his 4 World Cup appearances, from 1958 to 1970. Between these years, he went from being an unknown teen from a poor São Paulo neighborhood to changing into universally acknowledged as among the best ever. The “Pelé” administrators Ben Nicholas and David Tryhorn have a wealth of thrilling footage of the person in motion, however their movie is simply as a lot about how Brazil and the world modified throughout the Sixties.


Followers of “Gilmore Women” ought to discover quite a bit to love about “Ginny & Georgia,” a drama a couple of precociously mature teenage woman (Antonia Gentry) and her extra free-spirited and libertine mom (Brianne Howey), who’re each adjusting to a brand new life in a quaint New England city. In a reversal of the “Gilmore Women” premise — the place the mother was born of privilege after which fled to a extra middle-class existence — in “Ginny & Georgia” the household has seen arduous occasions and is now striving for one thing higher. The core of the present stays the usually shaky relationship between a strong-willed mum or dad and her equally headstrong little one.

Additionally arriving: “Tiffany Haddish Presents: They Prepared” Season 2 (February 2), “Black Seashore” (February 3), “Hache” Season 2 (February 5), “Invisible Metropolis” (February 5), “The Final Paradiso” (February 5), “Little Large Ladies” (February 5), “House Sweepers” (February 5), “Strip Down, Rise Up” (February 5), “Crime Scene: The Vanishing on the Cecil Lodge” (February 10), “The Misadventures of Heidi and Cokeman” (February 10), “Capitani” (February 11), “Pink Dot” (February 11), “Squared Love” (February 11), “Buried by the Bernards” (February 12), “Nadiya Bakes” (February 12), “Xico’s Journey” (February 12), “Hiya, Me!” (February 15), “Behind Her Eyes” (February 17), “Tribes of Europa” (February 19), “2067” (February 19), “Classmates Minus” (February 20), “Excessive-Rise Invasion” (February 25), “Bigfoot Household” (February 26), “Caught by a Wave” (February 26), “Loopy About Her” (February 26).


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