An Australian World War I veteran (Michael Fassbender) takes a job as a lighthouse keeper on an isolated island. He meets his future wife (Alicia Vikander) at the nearest coastal town, and the two begin their new life alone at the lighthouse. Once settled, a lifeboat washes ashore with a newborn inside, and the couple raise the infant as their own.
Alain Resnais's classic Hiroshima, Mon Amour is uncompromising from the get-go: In the ominous opening sequence, as a pair of lovers embrace, their flesh shrivels and glistens, and a man's voice intones, "No, you saw nothing at Hiroshima." From there, the floating non-narrative becomes an original and eye-opening contemplation of World War II, underscored by the bizarre, often mutating forms that love and memory take.
Tom Cruise returns as Jack Reacher in this sequel based on Lee Child's best-selling 2013 novel, Never Go Back. This time around, Reacher works to exonerate Maj. Susan Turner (Cobie Smulders) after she is accused of treason, and his quest leads him to a conspiracy involving the murder of soldiers.