Coming to San Francisco Theatres Starting Friday, November 2nd

Ecological disasters, Sasquatch expeditions, hiking expeditions, a hunting disaster, ties to Taliban, ties to Nazis, another Israeli Palestine conflict, a troubled string quarter, an altruistic maid, video game characters, Tony Bennett, an all-out RZA orchestrated kung-fu extravaganza, and Denzel Washington averting disaster.  What do all these people and things have in common?  They’re all featured in new films opening this week in San Francisco.  Follow the jump to what these films actually are and where you can see them

The Bay (Sundance Kabuki Cinemas)

Chaos breaks out in a small Maryland town after an ecological disaster occurs.

Bigfoot: The Lost Coast Tapes (Roxie Theatre)

After a “Bigfoot Hunter” claims to possess the body of a dead Sasquatch, a disgraced investigative journalist stakes his comeback — and the lives of his documentary film crew — on proving the find to be a hoax.

The Black Tulip (4-Star Theatre)

The Mansouri family opens up a new restaurant after the fall of the Taliban in Kabul, Afghanistan only to be subsequently targeted by factional Taliban elements.

Deep Dark Canyon (Opera Plaza Cinemas)

After a hunting accident leaves the town mayor dead, teenage brothers Nate and Skylar go on the run from the mayor’s family, who have declared open season on them.

The Flat (Embarcadero Center Cinema)

As a documentarian cleans out the flat that belonged to his grandparents – both immigrants from Nazi Germany – he uncovers clues pointing to a complicated and shocking story.

Flight (Presidio Theatre)

An airline pilot saves a flight from crashing, but an investigation into the malfunctions reveals something troubling.

A Late Quartet (Embarcadero Center Cinema)

Members of a world-renowned string quartet struggle to stay together in the face of death, competing egos and insuppressible lust.

The Loneliest Planet (Clay Theatre)

An engaged couple’s backpacking trip in the Caucasus Mountains is derailed by a single misstep that threatens to undo everything the pair believed about each other and about themselves.

The Man with the Iron Fists (AMC Van Ness)

On the hunt for a fabled treasure of gold, a band of warriors, assassins, and a rogue British soldier descend upon a village in feudal China, where a humble blacksmith looks to defend himself and his fellow villagers.

The Other Son (Opera Plaza Cinemas)

Two young men, one Israeli and one Palestinian, discover they were accidentally switched at birth.

A Simple Life (4-Star Theatre)

After suffering a stroke, an altruistic maid announces that she wants to quit her job and move into an old people’s home.

Wreck-It Ralph (AMC Van Ness/Sundance Kabuki Cinemas/AMC Metreon/Presidio Theatre/CineArts @ Empire/Balboa Theatre)

A video game villain wants to be a hero and sets out to fulfill his dream, but his quest brings havoc to the whole arcade where he lives.

The Zen of Bennett (Vogue Theatre)

A documentary set on the eve of Tony Bennett’s 85th birthday.













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