Every time Martin Scorcese makes a film people justifiably get excited. But in "Silence" there's not a gangster to be found. In fact, it's about Catholic missionaries in 17th century Japan. Excited yet? Neil Rosen, Bill McCuddy and Bill Bregoli take on this passion project from the master. But that's not all, they also look at Denzel Washington's adaptation of August Wilson's play "Fences." Plus there's Jim Jaramusch's "Patterson," about a bus-driving poet and finally "Hidden Figures." It's about the unknown African-American women who did the math that got NASA off the ground. It all adds up to fun!