Trance (R): Danny Boyle ( Slumdog Millionaire) directs this mind-bending thriller about an art heist that devolves into a series of hallucinatory head games. James McAvoy, Rosario Dawson and Vincent Cassel are amongst the people playing tricks on each other
Room 237 (unrated): Entrancing documentary about people who have watched Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining a few times too many and see hidden messages in the horror classic.
42 (PG-13): Chadwick Boseman stars as Jackie Robinson, the first African-American to play major league baseball. Harrison Ford co-stars as the Brooklyn Dodgers executive who takes the heat for the controversial and historical hiring.
The Place Beyond the Pines (R): Ryan Gosling is a motorcycle stunt driver who resorts to robbing banks to provide for his family. Bradley Cooper co-stars as the cop hellbent on arresting him.
The Company You Keep (R): Robert Redford directed and stars in this thriller about a former member of a violent activist group on the run from a journalist (Shia LaBeouf) who has uncovered his identity.
Scary Movie 5 (PG-13): As long as people keep paying to see them, Hollywood will keep cranking out these crummy comedies.
Mad Men (9 p.m. Sunday, AMC): Pour yourself an old-fashioned, light up a Salem, and tell the wife to bring you your slippers as you tune in the special two-hour premier of Mad Men’s sixth season. But beware. There are rumblings in the gilded Madison Avenue kingdom, especially among the … ladies?
Finding Kalman (5:30 p.m. Sunday, WPBT-PBS 2): A documentary takes a look at the quiet but eternal anguish of a single Holocaust survivor who lives in Aventura. See full review on page 13M..
Granite Flats (8 p.m. Sunday, BYUtv): An eccentrically charming tale of three young kids making their way through the troubled 1960s. See full review on page 13M.
Independent Lens: The House I Live In (11 p.m. Monday, WPBT-PBS 2): Filmmaker Eugene Jarecki’s documentary takes a look at the results of America’s 40-year war on drugs: $1 trillion in government spending, 45 million arrests … and an ever-expanding supply of illegal drugs.
DaVinci’s Demons (10 p.m. Friday, Starz) This miniseries on the life of inventor Leonardo DaVinci portrays him a social and intellectual rebel in a world dominated by a totalitarian church.