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  • Happy Death Day

    Happy Death Day (PG-13, 2017)

    Blumhouse (Split, Get Out, Whiplash) produces an original and inventive rewinding thriller in Happy Death Day, in which a college student (Jessica Rot... read more
  • Blade Runner 2049

    Blade Runner 2049 (R, 2017)

    Thirty years after the events of the first film, a new blade runner, LAPD Officer K (Ryan Gosling), unearths a long-buried secret that has the potenti... read more
  • The Foreigner

    The Foreigner (R, 2017)

    The Foreigner, starring Jackie Chan and Pierce Brosnan, is a timely action thriller from the director of Casino Royale. The film tells the story of hu... read more
  • It

    It (R, 2017)

    New Line Cinema's horror thriller "IT," directed by Andy Muschietti ("Mama"), is based on the hugely popular Stephen King novel of the same name, whic... read more
  • The Mountain Between Us

    The Mountain Between Us (PG-13, 2017)

    Stranded after a tragic plane crash, two strangers must forge a connection to survive the extreme elements of a remote snow covered mountain. When the... read more
  • American Made

    American Made (R, 2017)

    Barry Seal, a TWA pilot, is recruited by the CIA to provide reconnaissance on the burgeoning communist threat in Central America and soon finds himsel... read more
  • Kingsman: The Golden Circle

    Kingsman: The Golden Circle (R, 2017)

    "Kingsman: The Secret Service" introduced the world to Kingsman - an independent, international intelligence agency operating at the highest level of ... read more
  • The Lego Ninjago Movie

    The Lego Ninjago Movie (PG, 2017)

    In this big-screen NINJAGO adventure, the battle for NINJAGO City calls to action young Master Builder Lloyd, aka the Green Ninja, along with his frie... read more
  • My Little Pony: The Movie

    My Little Pony: The Movie (PG, 2017)

    A dark force threatens Ponyville, and the Mane 6 - Twilight Sparkle, Applejack, Rainbow Dash, Pinkie Pie, Fluttershy, and Rarity - embark on an unforg... read more
  • Victoria & Abdul

    Victoria & Abdul (PG-13, 2017)

    The extraordinary true story of an unexpected friendship in the later years of Queen Victoria's (Academy Award winner Judi Dench) remarkable rule. Whe... read more

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  • Flatliners

    Flatliners (PG-13, 2017)

    In Flatliners, five medical students, hoping to gain insight into the mystery of what lies beyond the confines of life, embark on a daring and dangero... read moreus experiment. By stopping their hearts for short periods of time, each triggers a near-death experience. As the investigation becomes more and more perilous, they are forced to confront the sins of their pasts, as well as contend with the paranormal consequences of trespassing to the other side.
  • Battle of the Sexes

    Battle of the Sexes (PG-13, 2017)

    In the wake of the sexual revolution and the rise of the women's movement, the 1973 tennismatch between women's World #1 Billie Jean King (Emma Stone)... read more and ex-men's-champ and serial hustler Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell) was billed as the BATTLE OF THE SEXES and became one of the most watched televised sports events of all time, reaching 90 million viewers around the world. As the rivalry between King and Riggs kicked into high gear, off-court each was fighting more personal and complex battles. The fiercely private King was not only championing for equality, but also struggling to come to terms with her own sexuality, as her friendship with Marilyn Barnett (Andrea Riseborough) developed. And Riggs, one of the first self-made media-age celebrities, wrestled with his gambling demons, at the expense of his family and wife Priscilla (Elisabeth Shue). Together, Billie and Bobby served up a cultural spectacle that resonated far beyond the tennis court, sparking discussions in bedrooms and boardrooms that continue to reverberate today.
  • Professor Marston & The Wonder Women

    Professor Marston & The Wonder Women (R, 2017)

    In a superhero origin tale unlike any other, the film is the incredible true story of what inspired Harvard psychologist Dr. William Moulton Marston t... read moreo create the iconic Wonder Woman character in the 1940's. While Marston's feminist superhero was criticized by censors for her 'sexual perversity', he was keeping a secret that could have destroyed him. Marston's muses for the Wonder Woman character were his wife Elizabeth Marston and their lover Olive Byrne, two empowered women who defied convention: working with Marston on human behavior research -- while building a hidden life with him that rivaled the greatest of superhero disguises.
  • Marshall

    Marshall (PG-13, 2017)

    Starring Chadwick Boseman, Josh Gad, Kate Hudson, Dan Stevens, Sterling K. Brown, and James Cromwell. Director Reginald Hudlin's Marshall, is based on... read more an early trial in the career of Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall. It follows the young lawyer (Chadwick Boseman) to conservative Connecticut to defend a black chauffeur (Sterling K. Brown) charged with sexual assault and attempted murder of his white socialite employer (Kate Hudson). Muzzled by a segregationist court, Marshall partners with a courageous young Jewish lawyer, Samuel Friedman (Josh Gad). Together they mount the defense in an environment of racism and Anti-Semitism. The high profile case and the partnership with Friedman served as a template for Marshall's creation of the NAACP legal defense fund.
  • American Assassin

    American Assassin (R, 2017)

    AMERICAN ASSASSIN follows the rise of Mitch Rapp (Dylan O'Brien) a CIA black ops recruit under the instruction of Cold War veteran Stan Hurley (Michae... read morel Keaton). The pair is then enlisted by CIA Deputy Director Irene Kennedy (Sanaa Lathan) to investigate a wave of apparently random attacks on both military and civilian targets. Together the three discover a pattern in the violence leading them to a joint mission with a lethal Turkish agent (Shiva Negar) to stop a mysterious operative (Taylor Kitsch) intent on starting a World War in the Middle East.
  • The Stray

    The Stray (PG, 2017)

    The Stray tells the true story of how a stray dog, "Pluto," comes out of nowhere and impacts the Davis family, who are struggling in many ways. In jus... read moret a short time, Pluto the "wonderdog" manages to save a toddler, bring comfort and companionship to a hurting 9-year-old boy, help restore a marriage, and repair a broken father-son relationship. Pluto is not only a guard dog - he's a guardian angel. Sometimes help comes from the most unlikely places. Sometimes our prayers get answered in strange ways. Sometimes one dog can change everything. Written and directed by Mitch Davis (The Other Side of Heaven), The Stray releases in select markets nationwide in October 2017.
  • 'Til Death Do Us Part

    'Til Death Do Us Part (PG-13, 2017)

    Michael & Madison Roland, had planned to spend the rest of their lives together, until one day Michael's controlling ways turned their perfect marriag... read moree, into an abusive rollercoaster no woman could survive. With the help of her best friend, Madison decides to get away. After adopting a new identity, she meets Alex Stone and learns to love again. All is well, until Michael discovers Madison's whereabouts, and recreates the nightmare she once lived all over again.
  • Home Again

    Home Again (PG-13, 2017)

    HOME AGAIN stars Reese Witherspoon as Alice Kinney in a modern romantic comedy. Recently separated from her husband, (Michael Sheen), Alice decides to... read more start over by moving back to her hometown of Los Angeles with her two young daughters. During a night out on her 40th birthday, Alice meets three aspiring filmmakers who happen to be in need of a place to live. Alice agrees to let the guys stay in her guest house temporarily, but the arrangement ends up unfolding in unexpected ways. Alice's unlikely new family and new romance comes to a crashing halt when her ex-husband shows up, suitcase in hand. HOME AGAIN is a story of love, friendship, and the families we create. And one very big life lesson: Starting over is not for beginners.
  • A Question of Faith

    A Question of Faith (PG, 2017)

    Pastor DAVID NEWMAN is a loving husband and father, set to take over his dad's church while neglecting the promises he's made to his 12-year-old son, ... read moreERIC. KATE HERNANDEZ is a spiritually driven single-parent and owner of a local restaurant. Her daughter MARIA is a free-spirited teenager aspiring to be the first in her family to go to college. JOHN DANIELSON is the owner of a failing construction company who sees his daughter MICHELLE's fledgling singing career as a way out of financial trouble. The lives of these strangers collide when two twists of fate strike back to back. The first: while texting and driving in her car, Maria accidentally hits Eric, which lands Maria in jail and leaves Eric's family with an unthinkable dilemma. The second: while auditioning for a major record label, Michelle collapses, leading to a discovery about her health which rocks the very foundation of her father's dream.
  • The Emoji Movie

    The Emoji Movie (PG, 2017)

    This animated comedy takes place in Textopolis, a world inside a smartphone that's inhabited by various emojis. There, an emoji named Gene (voiced by ... read moreT.J. Miller) is ashamed that he has multiple facial expressions while his colleagues only have one each, and he embarks on a quest to be like everyone else. James Corden, Anna Faris, Jennifer Coolidge, Patrick Stewart, and Maya Rudolph also lend their voices to this film from Sony Pictures Animation.

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  • The Foreigner (R, 2017)

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    Pretty much every late 50's to late 60's male actor is looking for their own "Taken". Ever since Lia... read morem Neeson brilliantly played the revenge-father in Taken, it sure seems like their been an uprising in older actor-action films. Jackie Chan gets his chance with that in The Foreigner, based on Stephen Leather's novel, The Chinaman.

    In many ways, this feels like an original action film, and we just don't get many of those anymore. Chan plays a father who loses his daughter in a bombing by Irish terrorists, and risks everything to exact revenge upon the perpetrators. Pierce Brosnan (in a reunion with Bond director Martin Campbell) plays a government official, who may or may not have intel regarding the "Authentic IRA" bombers. Both men are playing against-type characters and are easily the best part of The Foreigner.

    I think the main problem that plagues the film is the lack of focus. I was under the impression that this was mostly a revenge story starring Chan. However, the film is actually probably more so about English and Irish intelligence and their inner political drama with each other. There are good chunks of them where Chan seems to disappear to make room for drama between those intelligence agencies dramatic plot points.

    Not that all of that isn't interesting on it's own, but I think the balance doesn't seem to be there. I would have much preferred the film to be focused solely on Chan's quest for revenge. With that said, there are plenty of inventive action sequences and hand-to-hand combat that feels like only something Jackie Chan can pull off to its fullest potential. And the against type performances are worth the price of admission alone.

  • The Lego Ninjago Movie (PG, 2017)

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    Well, the time has come, but admittedly, it came a little quicker than I thought it might. The LEGO ... read moreMovie brand has seemingly run out of gas in what is no doubt only its first act. Though it was just in February of this year that it seemed it was the LEGO brand, behind Marvel of course, that was having the most success in carving their own path out of a recognizable brand things have quickly changed with the rise of Wonder Woman and the misstep that is The LEGO Ninjago Movie. After blowing all expectations out of the water with The LEGO Movie directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller (Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, 21 & 22 Jump Street) set not only a precedent for any sequels and spin-offs that might come in the wake of their success, but they also set a very specific tone that has now served as the signature trait of that initial film, The LEGO Batman Movie from earlier this year, and now Ninjago as it attempts to be just as irreverent as its predecessors. Ninjago is different though in that, while the first film had the brand as a whole to market and LEGO Batman obviously had Batman as a marketing tool, Ninjago is a specific line of toys from the Lego brand that has made its way into a television show and now a feature film. The point being that, because it has narrowed the brand down into such a specific line of toys it has narrowed the appeal as well. That isn't to say that just because Ninjago isn't as immediately recognizable or notable as the brand's previous outings that it immediately carries less weight, but rather that it has more to prove to more people. The LEGO Movie itself had a lot to prove, but surprised everyone when it was able to balance its great sense of humor with real heart while Ninjago more or less seems to be piggybacking off that _b_style rather than coming up with a unique voice of its own through which to convey its movie. It was always going to be curious how Warner Bros. Animation went forward with the Lego universe in terms of each of the films sharing a similar tone or if they would divert according to the toy line and/or type of story they were telling, but with Batman and now Ninjago it is pretty clear each "LEGO Movie" will follow suit in the self-aware and spoof-like nature of that original outing. While this isn't the worst thing in the world it already feels somewhat tired three films in and though the movie's trio of directors who have plenty of experience between them have done well to follow the precedent set by other Lego pictures they have done little to help Ninjago stand enough apart from them for it to be memorable.

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  • Blade Runner 2049 (R, 2017)

    The quintessential science-fiction masterpiece of this century.
  • It (R, 2017)

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    It has a terrific blend of horrors, humor and heart. The new adaptation of the Stephen King novel pr... read moreovides some very charming characters, frightening sequences and a surprisingly heartfelt feel that holds up against the original adaptation as well as many horror flicks to date. 4.5/5
  • Happy Death Day (PG-13, 2017)

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    We've had a nice little resurgence of great horror films the last few years, and Happy Death Day is ... read moreno different. It's really not all that scary of a film, only presenting a few jump scares here and there. It succeeds far more as a Jessica Rothe driving force of charm, wit, and charisma.

    Having a bit part in La La Land, Jessica Rothe gets her first starring role as Tree Gelbman, a college student who awakens in an unknown dorm room on her birthday and finds herself reliving the same day over and over again as an unknown masked person stalks and murders her each night. As I said this isn't a film that will keep you up at night, instead, it works with its (semi) unique story structure and rapid pace. Yes, this film feels a whole lot like Groundhog Day and Edge of Tomorrow, heck, it even mentions the inspiration at one point. But there's something to be said for a horror film to have such a fun tone and lead. Seriously, this film lives and dies with how good Jessica Rothe is.

    Luckily, there's a few twists and turns along the way to keep the film from falling into typical horror cliches (which is does inevitably do every now and then). However, as long as the film is entertaining and presents a serviceable script with likable performances, that's enough to keep me in the theater. Granted, the script and some supporting performances are admittedly bland. I always feel like young actors have a tough time pulling off realistic students, high school or college. The script is smart as a whole, but some individual lines are something I would expect from a really low-budget horror film, not something that would come from Blumhouse Productions.

    What I will say about Happy Death Day is that it's one of the few horror films that I think is pretty easy to re-watch. Nothing nightmarish attached, a very enjoyable turn from Rothe, and a well structured mystery- thriller. It's weird to say, but the horror genre is really starting to grow on me.

  • Kingsman: The Golden Circle (R, 2017)

    Mush up of the first....but with less of the spark. An unnecessary sequel, vaguely amusing in places... read more!
  • Blade Runner 2049 (R, 2017)

    Denis Villeneuve is quickly becoming my favorite modern director. His ability to captivate an audien... read morece within an environment using mood and tone has always been on point. Prisoners drew me into its bleak world, Arrival was enchanting, and now Blade Runner 2049 maintains a grim but visually inspired atmosphere. Ryan Gosling turns in another complex performance that highlights the inner humanity within his replicant soul. His character is given a nearly shocking twist before the climax of the film which turns the story from a predictable hero's journey chosen one thread, into a very different path for our protagonist. It is a nice twist and one that actually enlivens the narrative to a stronger height than what could have been. What is a minor problem with the film, is the pacing and length which occasionally takes too much time to explain a simple idea or moment. Villeneuve no doubt favors the slow burn, but it is used a bit too frequently without real need. Patience is, however, rewarded in many aspects with Blade Runner 2049 and prior knowledge to the original is not needed but of much use as it aids in providing background information to events in the new version. I wasn't familiar with original and still grasped the ambitious themes on humanity. It is a work that allowed me to dig deeper into the themes after watching it and one that will rewards multiple viewings. Rating: 82
  • American Made (R, 2017)

    Tom Cruise puts the nail in his latest film called American Made. While that isn't saying much, the ... read moremovie takes in a completely different experience one would not expect to see in a while.
  • Blade Runner 2049 (R, 2017)

    A visually stunning piece of story telling, shame it moves at a glacial pace with nothing overly exc... read moreiting happening!
  • Blade Runner 2049 (R, 2017)

    If I experience a variety of emotions in a film, and even long after it has finished, I keep ponderi... read moreng about its significance, it is simply because I witnessed something truly remarkable. A unique sensorial experience that defies the narrative conventions of its time, dwells on a shattering quest for identity, finds soulful beauty in the grime, and exalts the humanity behind the facades of technology. Denis Villeneuve poured his love and talent all over the story, aided by the marvellous eye of Roger Deakins. As a long life admirer of Philip K. Dick and Ridley Scott, this is a worthy successor of the legacy they crafted.