Three new movies are opening nationwide this weekend:

Opening in most theaters is the family movie Paddington 2 directed by Paul King and starring Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins, Hugh Grant, Brendan Gleeson, Julie Walters, Jim Broadbent, Imelda Staunton and Ben Whishaw. The film’s original score is composed by Dario Marianelli (AtonementPride and PrejudiceKubo and the Two StringsDarkest Hour). Decca Records has released a soundtrack album featuring the composer’s music, as well as the songs from the film by Tobago and d’Lime. Click here for the full album details.

Also opening wide is the thriller The Commuter directed by Jaume Collet-Serra and starring Liam Neeson, Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Jonathan Banks, Elizabeth McGovern and Sam Neill. Roque Banos (Don’t BreatheEvil DeadThe MachinistRisenOldboySexy Beast) has composed the film’s original music. Varese Sarabande will release a soundtrack album featuring the composer’s score digitally next week and physically in February. Check out our previous news article for the full album details.

Also opening nationwide is the action thriller Proud Mary directed by Babak Najafi and stars Taraji P. Henson, Billy Brown, Jahi Di’Allo Winston and Danny Glover. The film’s original music is composed by Fil Eisler (EmpireRevengeHow to Be SingleCHiPs, To the BoneUnReal). Madison Gate Records has released a soundtrack album featuring the composer’s score today. Check out our soundtrack announcement for the full album details.

Opening in limited release is the drama Saturday Church written and directed by Damon Cardasis and starring Luka Kain, Margot Bingham, Regina Taylor, Marquis Rodriguez, MJ Rodriguez, Indya Moore, Alexia Garcia, Kate Bornstein and Jaylin Fletcher. Nathan Larson (Boys Don’t Cry, Dirty Little Lies, Our Idiot Brother) has composed the film’s original score. No word on a soundtrack release. The movie follows a 14-year-old  boy who finds himself coping with new responsibilities after the death of his father. The drama premiered at last year’s Tribeca Film Festival and is being released by Samuel Goldwyn Films.

Also opening in limited release is the thriller Inside directed by Miguel Ángel Vivas and starring Rachel Nichols and Laura Harring. The film’s original music is composed by Victor Reyes (The Night Manager, Buried, Grand Piano, Red Lights). No soundtrack album has been announced. The movie follows a pregnant woman, left partially deaf from an car accident which killed her husband, who receives a visitor at her an isolated new home who is trying to snatch her soon-to-be-born baby. The thriller is being released in theaters and on VOD by Vertical Entertainment.

Also opening in select cities is the indie comedy Humor Me written and directed by Sam Hoffman and starring Jemaine Clement, Elliott Gould, Ingrid Michaelson, Annie Potts, Bebe Neuwirth, Priscilla Lopez, Erich Bergen and Maria Dizzia. Gabriel Mann (Modern Family, Rectify, School of Rock) has composed the film’s original score. The movie revolves around a struggling playwright who is forced to move in with his joke-telling dad in a New Jersey retirement community. The comedy is being released by Shout! Studios.

tAnother limited release this week is the action thriller Acts of Violence directed by Brett Donowho and starring Cole Hauser, Bruce Willis, Shawn Ashmore, Ashton Holmes, Melissa Bolona, Sophia Bush and Mike Epps. The film’s original music is composed by James T. Sale (The Haunting of Molly Hartley, Return to Zero). The movie centers on three Midwestern brothers, a crime lord, and an incorruptible cop who are on a deadly collision course when the youngest brother’s fiancée is kidnapped by human traffickers. The thriller is being released in theaters and on VOD by Lionsgate Premiere.

Also opening in select theaters is the Lebanese drama The Insult co-written and directed by Ziad Douei and starring Adel Karam, Kamel El Basha, Rita Hayek, Christine Choueiri, Camille Salameh, and Diamand Bou Abboud. Eric Neveux (Intimacy, The Attack) has composed the film’s original music. The movie is set in today’s Beirut and revolves around an insult blown out of proportion, which finds a Lebanese Christian a Palestinian refugee in court. The drama, which is one of the nine movies on the short list for the Academy Awards foreign language category, is being released in the U.S. by Music Box Films.