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[Borg vs. McEnroe] Borg vs. McEnroe

Drama: As the two top tennis players prepare to battle in Wimbledon's final match, we see events from their earlier days that formed them into emotionally dissonant competitors.

[Isle of Dogs] Isle of Dogs

Animated Dramedy: A number of dogs, banished to a trash island by an anti-dog mayor, help a boy try to find his pooch who was the first sent to that remote location, all due to most canines coming down with dog flu and snout fever.

[Rampage] Rampage

Sci-Fi/Action: A primatologist and a geneticist try to stop three immense, genetically mutated animal monsters before they cause too much damage or kill more people as they head toward downtown Chicago.

[Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero] Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero

Drama: A dog accompanies American soldiers as they travel to France to fight the Germans in WWI.

[Truth or Dare] Truth or Dare

Horror: A group of college students must contend with being trapped inside a game of truth or dare that's controlled by a demon and where if they refuse to play, they'll die.

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[The Commuter] The Commuter

Action/Thriller: A recently fired insurance agent is presented with a lucrative offer -- $100,000 for figuring out who doesn't belong on his daily commuter train and getting his hands on a mystery object in their bag -- that turns out to be good too good to be true, or safe.

[The Post] The Post

Drama: Facing potential legal ramifications, the owner, executive editor, investigative reporters and lawyers working for The Washington Post must decide whether to run a story featuring classified government papers related to the Vietnam War that could reveal U.S. government wrongdoing.

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