Coming Soon Trailers: Don’t Let Go, Sahoo.

Coming Soon Trailers: Don't Let Go, Sahoo.

Coming Soon Trailers: Don’t Let Go, Sahoo.

It’s Hollywood versus Bollywood this weekend at the box office.

Coming Soon Trailers: Don't Let Go, Sahoo.
He looks pretty confident.

Just in time to finish off our look into the cinema of India, one of the most expensive action flicks out of Bollywood arrives.  It’s rare for a Hindi language film to get a wide release in the states, so the studio must be pretty confident that Prabhas is going to bring the thunder like he did with Baahubali.  Hollywood is countering with one wide release, a supernatural mystery film called Don’t Let Go.

At home, four new titles vie for your attention.  Let’s get cracking.

Wide Release.

Don’t Let Go.

After his family is murdered, a grieving man (David Oyelowo) receives a phone call from his niece (Storm Reid)…who died in the tragedy.


A man (Prabhas) attempts to unravel and dismantle a cabal of criminals and corrupt officials in a one man war.

National Expansion.

The Peanut Butter Falcon.

A young man with Down syndrome escapes from his care home, hoping to follow his dream of being a professional wrestler.  As he travels the countryside, he finds unlikely allies in a small time crook (Shia LaBeouf) and a reluctant care home nurse (Dakota Johnson).

Video on Demand.


A group of teen girls descend into paranoia and clique violence when they become trapped after a possibly world-ending disaster.

The Narcissists.

A struggling Brooklyn film maker and his long-term girlfriend decide to take a two week hiatus from their troubled relationship.  During this time, they retreat to their friends network, and Oliver begins fine tuning his latest screenplay – one that roughly mirrors his current situation.

Falling Inn Love (Netflix).

A San Francisco architect looses her job and her boyfriend in the same week.  A drunken entry into a “Win an Inn” contest results in her owning a run-down Inn across the globe in New Zealand.

Vita & Virginia.

A dramatic adaptation of the intense and stormy love affair between authors Virgina Wolfe (Elizabeth Debicki) and Vita Sackville-West (Gemma Arterton.)

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