The past has never felt so alive.
The attention-getting debut from Warcraft director Duncan Jones is basically a one-man show for star Sam Rockwell, who plays the lone operator of a moon-based mining outpost.
The encounter shakes her and her father, Romeo, who winds up pulling strings to ensure his daughter aces the test.
The movie's a triumph -- and not just for those who dreamed of seeing Shia LaBeouf thrust on camera.
The Return of the King
We won't spoil what happens, but let's just say this is a party you'll be telling your friends about.
When the corporate overlords come for her roly-poly pal, Mija hightails it from the farm to the big city to break him out, crossing environmental terrorists, a zany Steve Irwin-type Gyllenhaaland the icy psychos at the top of the food chain including Swinton's childlike CEO along the way.
Full of familar faces like Kyle Chandler, Connie Britton, Taylor Kitsch and Jesse Plemons, it does such a phenomenal job of mixing in the drama of high school and family with the high expectations of football in Texas.