Nicole Holofcener's "You Hurt My Feelings" can't be more topical. The lead character's son works at an unlicensed pot shop in Manhattan. His mom is played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
"National Lampoon's Animal House" was released on July 28, 1978. Many in the cast of mostly unknown actors (except for John Belushi and Donald Sutherland) went on to have brilliant careers like Karen Allen and Tom Hulce. Forty-five years later, where are they now?
"Spinning Gold" tells the story of Neil Bogart, a music industry honcho in the '70s and '80s who worked his way up from a humble beginning in Brooklyn to become the coke-snorting executive who signed Kiss and Donna Summer.
Director, writer and co-star Franck Gastambide's "Medellín" is about a mix-up between "three very ordinary suburban guys" and Colombia's top drug cartel. Mike Tyson co-stars.
"Jesus Revolution" attempts to tell the true story of Lonnie Frisbee, a self-styled religious hippie guru who helped found the "Jesus Movement" in the late '60s in California, but falls way short.