New movies this week: Hail to 'The Woman King,' skip 'See How They Run,' stream 'Do Revenge'

Film festival season is well underway, and already it's bearing fruit for audiences. This weekend features two recent premieres from Toronto

Film Festival: Viola Davis headlines a period action epic inspired by an all-female unit of African warriors, and Mia Goth reprises her "X" horror villain for a prequel origin

story. In addition, Sam Rockwell and Saoirse Ronan are on the case in a 1950s-set comedic murder mystery and Naomi Watts stars in a remake of an Austrian psychological thriller,

while "Stranger Things" star Maya Hawke and "Riverdale" mainstay Camila Mendes team up for a Netflix teen revenge comedy. Here's a guide to new movies that

will satisfy every cinematic taste, plus some noteworthy theatrical films making their streaming and on-demand debuts:  Start the day smarter. Get all the news you need in

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Davis get her own 'Gladiator': 'The Woman King' It's not every action film that clicks in almost every way it needs to, but director Gina Prince-Bythewood's

impressive epic does so and more. When the African kingdom of Dahomey is under threat from an empire, King Ghezo (John Boyega) tasks Nanisca (Davis), the general of his feared

all-female fighting unit, to recruit new troops for the coming battle. Davis heads a top-notch cast that also includes Lashana Lynch (playing Nanisca's right-hand woman) and Thuso

Mbedu (as a rookie warrior).