THE FATHER Olivia Colman as Anne, Anthony Hopkins as Anthony in The Father. Photograph: Sean Gleason/Sony Pictures Classics Olivia Colman (The Crown) stars in chief Florian Zeller's show The Father as Anne, a lady endeavoring to really focus on her dad Anthony, played by Sir Anthony Hopkins, as his encounters with the beginning of dementia have made him gotten more bellicose, confused, and skeptical. In light of Zeller's widely praised 2012 play of a similar name and scored by virtuosic writer Ludovico Einaudi, the film has effectively procured Hopkins and Colman Oscar designations for Best Actor and Supporting Actor individually during the current year's 93rd Academy Awards. SHOPLIFTERS OF THE WORLD Where to watch it: Available to lease for $5.99 on Amazon; $6.99 on Apple and Vudu What amount do you cherish your number one band? Enough to hold a radio broadcast DJ at gunpoint and power him to play that band's whole discography for your whole exhausting old neighborhood to tune in to? That is the thing that occurs in Stephen Kijak's Shoplifters of the World, "in view of genuine expectations" of a currently exposed metropolitan legend of a youthful Smiths fan who purportedly endeavored such a demonstration of bold young ineptitude in 1987, however who in all actuality lost his nerve and transformed himself into the police. Kijak's film takes this reason and changes it into a youthful grown-up show of an insubordinate gathering of four companions who abrade under the crippling fatigue of their tired British old neighborhood. Beside its cast of entertainers including Joe Manganiello (Magic Mike), Ellar Coltrane (Boyhood), Helena Howard's (Madeline), and Elena Kampouris (Before I Fall), what has most crowds and pundits discussing Shoplifters of the World is its soundtrack bragging more than 20 tracks by The android apk downloads Smiths. THE SEVENTH DAY Where to watch it: Available to lease for $6.99 on Amazon, Apple, and Vudu Fellow Pearce stars as Father Peter, a famous exorcist who guides a youthful cleric (Vadhir Derbez) in the perilous craft of exorcizing evil presences in Justin P. Lange's extraordinary repulsiveness spine chiller The Seventh Day. As they match brains with a malicious not at all like anything Peter has at any point looked previously, the lines among great and evil are obscured and the pair are compelled to go up against their own internal devils in their fight to vanquish another's. Think The Conjuring arrangement meets 2005's Constantine, with the exception of not "founded on a genuine story" or a cherished clique Vertigo comic book arrangement.