The highly anticipated latest installment of the 007 franchise is now in theaters! Skyfall opened today, November 9th.  If you prefer history to 007 Lincoln is also in theaters today.  Check out all the new releases now in theaters:

Skyfall

Rating: PG-13

Daniel Craig returns in this 23rd official James Bond outing as the secret agent is torn between his dedication to the agency and his superior, M (Judi Dench). Sam Mendes directs from a script by Neal Purvis, Robert Wade, and John Logan. Javier Bardem, Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris, and Albert Finney co-star.

 

Lincoln

Rating: PG-13

Steven Spielberg directs two-time Academy Award winner Daniel Day-Lewis in 'Lincoln,' a revealing drama that focuses on the 16th President's tumultuous final months in office. In a nation divided by war and the strong winds of change, Lincoln pursues a course of action designed to end the war, unite the country and abolish slavery. With the moral courage and fierce determination to succeed, his choices during this critical moment will change the fate of generations to come.

A Royal Affair

Rating: R

'Royal Affair' is an 18th century historical drama four years in the making, starring Mads Mikkelsen and Alicia Vikander. Directed by Nikolaj Arcel, screenwriter of 'The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo', the film is an epic romance about the love triangle between a German doctor, the queen of Denmark, and her deranged king.

The Comedy

Rating: Not Rated

On the cusp of inheriting his father's estate, Swanson (Tim Heidecker) is a man with unlimited options. An aging hipster in Brooklyn, he spends his days in aimless recreation with like-minded friends (Eric Wareheim, James Murphy and Gregg Turkington) in games of comic irreverence and mock sincerity. As Swanson grows restless of the safety a sheltered life offers him, he tests the limits of acceptable behavior, pushing the envelope in every way he can. Heidecker's deadpan delivery cleverly masks a deep desire for connection and sense in the modern world. 'The Comedy' wears its name on its sleeve, but director Rick Alverson's powerful and provocative character study touches a darkness behind the humor that resonates with viewers long after the story ends.

The Citadel

Rating: R

An agoraphobic father faces his greatest fear in order to protect his infant daughter from the same gang that brutally murdered his wife in this urban psychological thriller from first-time feature writer/director Ciaran Foy. When a gang of hooded thugs lay siege to Tommy Cowley's apartment, his pregnant wife suffers an agonizing death. In the aftermath of that trauma, Tommy (Aneurin Barnard) struggles to raise his little girl alone while suffering a crippling fear of the outside world. But as Tommy's therapist attempts to help him move past his debilitating phobia, the hooded hooligans return, seemingly intent on taking his daughter as well. Desperate, Tommy reaches out to a local priest, who reveals that the ubiquitous assailants may not be human. Now, the fate of his newborn daughter hanging in the balance, Tommy prepares to brave the inner depths of a derelict apartment block known as the Citadel and confront the murderous devils who torment him every waking hour.

Nature Calls

Rating: R

Determined to honor his father's scouting legacy and mount one last comeback for his dwindling troop, Assistant Scoutmaster Randy Stevens (Patton Oswalt) pays a visit to his business-minded brother Kirk (Johnny Knoxville), who is throwing a television-themed slumber party for his newly adopted 10-year-old son at his McMansion. Randy pressures the boys to secretly ditch the party and join him on a weekend scout trip. Pursued by Kirk and his security guard (Rob Riggle), the adventure lands the boys in trouble at every turn, pits them against angry parents and park rangers, yet ultimately turns the group of sheltered kids into a troop to be reckoned with.

Chasing Ice

Rating: Not Rated

Acclaimed National Geographic photographer James Balog was once a skeptic about climate change. But through his Extreme Ice Survey, he discovers undeniable evidence of our changing planet. 'In Chasing Ice,' Balog deploys revolutionary time-lapse cameras to capture a multi-year record of the world's changing glaciers. His hauntingly beautiful videos compress years into seconds and capture ancient mountains of ice in motion as they disappear at a breathtaking rate.

Traveling with a team of young adventurers across the brutal Arctic, Balog risks his career and his well-being in pursuit of the biggest story facing humanity. As the debate polarizes America, and the intensity of natural disasters ramps up globally, 'Chasing Ice' depicts a heroic photojournalist on a mission to deliver fragile hope to our carbon-powered planet.

Dangerous Liaisons

Rating: Not Rated

1930s Shanghai: the glamorous, tumultuous "Paris of the East" whose salons, streets and bedrooms frame this Chinese adaptation of the French novel Les Liaisons Dangereuses - into a lush new vision of 'DANGEROUS LIAISONS'.

Aging socialite Mo Jieyu (Cecilia Cheung) still finds herself circling ex-boyfriend Xie Yifan (Jang Dong-kun). Even after years of separation, their attraction - and appetites - burn just beneath the surface. Mo, the rich and charming widow with a taste for indulgence and sensuous pleasures, still has eyes for famous womanizer Xie, who secretly burns with love for her.

And yet, in his luxurious life, Xie's new interest lies in chaste humanitarian Du Fenyu (Ziyi Zhang), who has captured his attention and earned his desire for conquest. Mo lures Xie into a treacherous, dangerous game of hearts: win, bed, and leave Du, proving his mettle as a rogue and impossible catch. But can Xie take the honor of such a woman, without losing his own heart, as well? As war looms in Shanghai, can Xie win Mo's seductive game? Can he choose between these two women? Where will such a triangle lead them all? In matters of the heart, and in this city, there may be no difference between love and war.

Coming Up Roses

Rating: Not Rated

In a gritty small town, 15-year-old Alice and her mother, Diane, a larger-than-life former actress, cling to each other and the fantasy of a better life. Bernadette Peters is transfixing as the domineering Diane, a woman with enormous problems and a titanic personality to match. She shuttles her teenage daughter Alice (in a terrific performance by Rachel Brosnahan), across small-town America, confronting bad neighborhoods, money woes, failed love affairs and depression. Larger-than-life Diane overwhelms everyone around her, which brings up a sticky question: is she fit to raise a child? A disturbing yet tender portrait of a theatrical mother and her impressionable daughter as they desperately cling to shreds of hope and dreams of a better life. 'Coming Up Roses' is a haunting coming-of-age story about a mother-daughter forced to choose between reality and fantasy, their love for each other and survival.

Starlet

Rating: Not Rated

A free-spirited 21-year-old woman strikes up an unlikely friendship with an elderly widow in this drama from writer/director Sean Baker (Take Out, Prince of Broadway). Young Jane (Dree Hemingway) has a fondness for cannabis, and a Chihuahua named Starlet that never leaves her side. One day, she happens across a garage sale at the home of lonely octogenarian Sadie (Besedka Johnson), and clashes with the aging widow while attempting to make a purchase. Later, upon investigating the item, Jane discovers that it contains a secret cache of money. Determined to help the acerbic Sadie solve the mystery of the hidden cash, Jane reaches out to Sadie, and finds the secrets of her past slowly bubbling to the surface as a warm bond grows between them.

In Their Skin

Rating: Not Rated

Following a tragic incident, Mary (Selma Blair) and Mark (Joshua Close) Hughes escape their upscale, suburban life to spend some quality time at their isolated country home. A friendly evening with neighbors is suddenly interrupted when one man's obsession with perfection escalates into a violent struggle, forcing everyone to extreme measures in order to survive.

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