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  • The Other Woman

    The Other Woman (PG-13, 2014)

    After discovering her boyfriend is married, a woman (Cameron Diaz) tries to get her ruined life back on track. But when she accidentally meets the wif... read moree he's been cheating on (Leslie Mann), she realizes they have much in common, and her sworn enemy becomes her greatest friend. When yet another affair is discovered (Kate Upton), all three women team up to plot mutual revenge on their cheating, lying, three-timing SOB. (c) Sony

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  • Captain America: The Winter Soldier

    Captain America: The Winter Soldier (PG-13, 2014)

    After being deemed unfit for military service, Steve Rogers volunteers for a top secret research project that turns him into Captain America, a superh... read more
  • Heaven Is for Real

    Heaven Is for Real (PG, 2014)

    Based on the #1 New York Times best-selling book of the same name, HEAVEN IS FOR REAL brings to the screen the true story of a small-town father who m... read more
  • Rio 2

    Rio 2 (G, 2014)

    It's a jungle out there for Blu, Jewel and their three kids in RIO 2, after they're hurtled from that magical city to the wilds of the Amazon. As Blu ... read more
  • Transcendence

    Transcendence (PG-13, 2014)

    Sci-Fi Thriller. Dr. Will Caster (Johnny Depp) is the foremost researcher in the field of Artificial Intelligence, working to create a sentient machin... read more
  • A Haunted House 2

    A Haunted House 2 (R, 2014)

    Crossing new lines and breaking old barriers, A HAUNTED HOUSE 2 is the sequel to the hilarious box-office hit starring Marlon Wayans as Malcolm who, a... read more
  • Draft Day

    Draft Day (PG-13, 2014)

    On the day of the NFL Draft, general manager Sonny Weaver (Costner) has the opportunity to save football in Cleveland when he trades for the number on... read more
  • Divergent

    Divergent (PG-13, 2014)

    DIVERGENT is a thrilling action-adventure film set in a world where people are divided into distinct factions based on human virtues. Tris Prior (Shai... read more
  • Oculus

    Oculus (R, 2014)

    Ten years ago, tragedy struck the Russell family, leaving the lives of teenage siblings Tim and Kaylie forever changed when Tim was convicted of the b... read more
  • Noah

    Noah (PG-13, 2014)

    Russell Crowe stars as Noah in the film inspired by the epic story of courage, sacrifice and hope. Directed by visionary filmmaker Darren Aronofsky (c... read more
  • Bears

    Bears (G, 2014)

    In an epic story of breathtaking scale, Disneynature's new True Life Adventure "Bears" showcases a year in the life of a bear family as two impression... read more

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  • God's Not Dead

    God's Not Dead (PG, 2014)

    Present-day college freshman and devout Christian, Josh Wheaton (Shane Harper), finds his faith challenged on his first day of Philosophy class by the... read more dogmatic and argumentative Professor Radisson (Kevin Sorbo). Radisson begins class by informing students that they will need to disavow, in writing, the existence of God on that first day, or face a failing grade. As other students in the class begin scribbling the words "God Is Dead" on pieces of paper as instructed, Josh find himself at a crossroads, having to choose between his faith and his future. Josh offers a nervous refusal, provoking an irate reaction from his smug professor. Radisson assigns him a daunting task: if Josh will not admit that "God Is Dead," he must prove God's existence by presenting well-researched, intellectual arguments and evidence over the course of the semester, and engage Radisson in a head-to-head debate in front of the class. If Josh fails to convince his classmates of God's existence, he will fail the course and hinder his lofty academic goals. With almost no one in his corner, Josh wonders if he can really fight for what he believes. Can he actually prove the existence of God? Wouldn't it just be easier just to write "God Is Dead" and put the whole incident behind him? GOD'S NOT DEAD weaves together multiple stories of faith, doubt and disbelief, culminating in a dramatic call to action. The film will educate, entertain, and inspire moviegoers to explore what they really believe about God, igniting important conversations and life-changing decisions. --(C) Official Site
  • The Grand Budapest Hotel

    The Grand Budapest Hotel (R, 2014)

    THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL recounts the adventures of Gustave H, a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel between the wars, and Zero Moustafa, t... read morehe lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend. The story involves the theft and recovery of a priceless Renaissance painting and the battle for an enormous family fortune -- all against the back-drop ofa suddenly and dramatically changing Continent. (c) Fox Searchlight
  • Muppets Most Wanted

    Muppets Most Wanted (PG, 2014)

    Disney's "Muppets Most Wanted" takes the entire Muppets gang on a global tour, selling out grand theaters in some of Europe's most exciting destinatio... read morens, including Berlin, Madrid, Dublin and London. But mayhem follows the Muppets overseas, as they find themselves unwittingly entangled in an international crime caper headed by Constantine-the World's Number One Criminal and a dead ringer for Kermit the Frog-and his dastardly sidekick Dominic, aka Number Two, portrayed by Ricky Gervais. The film stars Tina Fey as Nadya, a feisty prison guard, and Ty Burrell as Interpol agent Jean Pierre Napoleon.(c) Disney
  • Mr. Peabody & Sherman

    Mr. Peabody & Sherman (PG, 2014)

    Mr. Peabody, the most accomplished dog in the world, and his mischievous boy Sherman, use their time machine - the WABAC - to go on the most outrageou... read mores adventures known to man or dog. But when Sherman takes the WABAC out for a joyride to impress his friend Penny, they accidentally rip a hole in the universe, wreaking havoc on the most important events in world history. Before they forever alter the past, present and future, Mr. Peabody must come to their rescue, ultimately facing the most daunting challenge of any era: figuring out how to be a parent. Together, the time traveling trio will make their mark on history. (c) Fox
  • The Raid 2

    The Raid 2 (R, 2014)

    He thought it was over. After fighting his way out of a building filled with gangsters and madmen - a fight that left the bodies of police and gangste... read morers alike piled in the halls - rookie Jakarta cop Rama thought it was done and he could resume a normal life. He couldn't have been more wrong. Formidable though they may have been, Rama's opponents in that fateful building were nothing more than small fish swimming in a pond much larger than he ever dreamed possible. And his triumph over the small fry has attracted the attention of the predators farther up the food chain. His family at risk, Rama has only one choice to protect his infant son and wife: He must go undercover to enter the criminal underworld himself and climb through the hierarchy of competing forces until it leads him to the corrupt politicians and police pulling the strings at the top of the heap. And so Rama begins a new odyssey of violence, a journey that will force him to set aside his own life and history and take on a new identity as the violent offender "Yuda." In prison he must gain the confidence of Uco - the son of a prominent gang kingpin - to join the gang himself, laying his own life on the line in a desperate all-or-nothing gambit to bring the whole rotten enterprise to an end.(c) Sony Classics
  • Son Of God

    Son Of God (PG-13, 2014)

    This major motion picture event -- an experience created to be shared among families and communities across the U.S. -- brings the story of Jesus' lif... read moree to audiences through compelling cinematic storytelling that is both powerful and inspirational. Told with the scope and scale of an action epic, the film features powerful performances, exotic locales, dazzling visual effects and a rich orchestral score from Oscar (R)-winner Hans Zimmer. Portuguese actor Diogo Morgado portrays the role of Jesus as the film spans from his humble birth through his teachings, crucifixion and ultimate resurrection (c) Fox
  • Non-Stop

    Non-Stop (PG-13, 2014)

    Global action star Liam Neeson stars in NON-STOP, a suspense thriller played out at 40,000 feet in the air. During a transatlantic flight from New Yor... read morek City to London, U.S. Air Marshal Bill Marks (Neeson) receives a series of cryptic text messages demanding that he instruct the government to transfer $150 million into an off-shore account. Until he secures the money, a passenger on his flight will be killed every 20 minutes. NON-STOP, which reunites Neeson with UNKNOWN director Jaume Collet-Serra and producer Joel Silver, co-stars Golden Globe Award winner Julianne Moore and will be released by Universal Pictures on February 28, 2014. The StudioCanal production is also produced by Andrew Rona and Steve Richards. (C) Universal
  • The Lego Movie

    The Lego Movie (PG, 2014)

    "The LEGO (R) Movie" is the first-ever, full-length theatrical LEGO (R) adventure. The original 3D computer animated story follows Emmet (Chris Pratt)... read more an ordinary, rules- following, perfectly average LEGO minifigure who is mistakenly identified as the most extraordinary person and the key to saving the world. He is drafted into a fellowship of strangers on an epic quest to stop an evil tyrant, a journey for which Emmet is hopelessly and hilariously underprepared. (c) Warner Bros
  • 300: Rise of an Empire

    300: Rise of an Empire (R, 2014)

    Based on Frank Miller's latest graphic novel Xerxes and told in the breathtaking visual style of the blockbuster "300," this new chapter of the epic s... read moreaga takes the action to a fresh battlefield-on the sea-as Greek general Themistokles (Sullivan Stapleton) attempts to unite all of Greece by leading the charge that will change the course of the war. "300: Rise of an Empire" pits Themistokles against the massive invading Persian forces led by mortal-turned-god Xerxes (Rodrigo Santoro), and Artemisia (Eva Green), vengeful commander of the Persian navy. (c) WB
  • The Monuments Men

    The Monuments Men (PG-13, 2014)

    Based on the true story of the greatest treasure hunt in history, The Monuments Men is an action drama focusing on an unlikely World War II platoon, t... read moreasked by FDR with going into Germany to rescue artistic masterpieces from Nazi thieves and returning them to their rightful owners. It would be an impossible mission: with the art trapped behind enemy lines, and with the German army under orders to destroy everything as the Reich fell, how could these guys - seven museum directors, curators, and art historians, all more familiar with Michelangelo than the M-1 - possibly hope to succeed? But as the Monuments Men, as they were called, found themselves in a race against time to avoid the destruction of 1000 years of culture, they would risk their lives to protect and defend mankind's greatest achievements. From director George Clooney, the film stars George Clooney, Matt Damon, Bill Murray, John Goodman, Jean Dujardin, Bob Balaban, Hugh Bonneville, and Cate Blanchett. The screenplay is by George Clooney & Grant Heslov, based on the book by Robert M. Edsel with Bret Witter. Produced by Grant Heslov and George Clooney. (c) Sony

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  • Divergent (PG-13, 2014)

    Nowadays, film studios seem to want to market specific genres to younger crowds, which is of course ... read morea great idea to make money. Twilight and The Hunger Games proved that. Now, the latest craze is Divergent, a somewhat similar story to The Hunger Games, and it has as many fans. I went into this film expecting a total rip-off of The Hunger Games, and expected to hate it. Well, I was pleasantly surprised, I liked it, but it was simply average in my book. There were some good, well thought out parts, and the cast were quite good, especially lead actress Shailene Woodley. I haven't read the books, so I can't compare, but for what it is, Divergent wasn't bad. I enjoyed it for what it was, a fun, entertaining action film that can appeal to anyone looking for a fun dystopian society film. Go into this one with an open mind, you might like it. There are some well executed action scenes, and overall the direction is solid. Divergent has the misfortune of coming after The Hunger Games, and with that being said, I can see why there are similarities between the two. But this is still a good film for what it is, but it could have been much better as well. I think this film doesn't deserve the flack it received, sure it's not as good as The Hunger Games, but it's not a bad movie either. For what it is, it's an entertaining picture from start to finish that I think deserves a bit more credit. Divergent is a film that steadily builds up to a good finish, and if you enjoy Dystopian society films, then this is worth seeing. Divergent is the type of film that can exceed your expectations, it may be flawed, but there are enough aspects at work to make Divergent a thrilling ride even if it isn't perfect.
  • Bears (G, 2014)

    I never really know how much to say about these Disneynature films. They are not insufficient enoug... read moreh to call them mild distractions, as the footage is generally great, the voiceovers are fun, and there is enough work done to build a narrative that I can get behind what they have to offer. It generally amounts to having a chance to see animals that kids generally grow up being intrigued by and having a new perspective that can be formed by families, in regards to those animals. African Cats worked for me, as it was neat to see a big screen documentary about lions, with the bonus addition of Samuel L. Jackson providing narration. That film also worked due to the stakes that, manufactured or not, presented a real life depiction of what lions go through. Bears finds a way to create similar stakes, which makes the film effective enough in what ultimately amounts to a large format way to see bears in action.

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  • Divergent (PG-13, 2014)

    - by Julie
    There's good chemistry between the leads, which helps overcome some of the boring parts. But not all... read more. Not sure anything chemical could overcome them all.
  • Oculus (R, 2014)

    Oculus is a character driven story shrewdly written and beautifully acted. It's nice to bask in the ... read moresophistication of an intelligently written screenplay that doesn't depend on jump scares. In fact it's not really about shocks at all. Rest assumed there are some frightful scenes, but the drama is more eerie mystery than horror. That suits this reviewer just fine. As the climax comes to a head, there's an ambiguous blending between events back when they were growing up and their current identity. The editing brilliantly parallels past and present. As appearances gets more confusing, we question whether we can actually trust what we are seeing. Is our perception accurate or is it a hallucination? Oculus has technique that aspires to the same rarified cinematic air as films like The Innocents, The Shining and Poltergeist. Perhaps it is more content to sample from those sophisticated influences than create an innovate _b_style of its own. I won't fault it for the homage. Virtually all horror movies rely on well worn tropes. What makes Oculus something to be admired, is that the presentation has the good sense to appropriate from the best. It's the most elegantly told supernatural movie of the last few years.
  • Transcendence (PG-13, 2014)

    - by SC007
    The film feels like a rip off of the movie "The Lawnmower Man." Even though I had problems with that... read more film, it was much better than this one. This one needed a major re-write. The story is about uploading a man's mind into a computer and he turns against everyone. I felt like I have seen that story before. The film was too predictable and not suspenseful. A lot of the characters lacked depth.

    The computer reminded me a little bit of the computer in Eagle Eye or HAL in 2001. The relationship between Depp in the computer and Hall reminded me of the Joaquin Phoenix/Scarlett Johanson relationship in the movie Her. It also seemed like the director was trying to copy the _b_style of Chris Nolan and it doesn't work here. Of all the actors in the film, only Paul Bettany does a good job here.

    I would say, skip this film and check out Lawnmower Man instead.
  • Noah (PG-13, 2014)

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    This is one of the few movies that has clearly divided people. Friends on facebook, critics, doesn'... read moret matter. People have a LOT of strong feelings about this movie. Now, I'm not a religious person at all. I go to church every now and then, but I'm not devote or anything. Having said that I can see why religious people would not like this. It's Darren Aronofsky's interpretation of the Noah story. It's like when I read a book to my son every night. I always do crazy weird voices for the characters. Why? Because it's how I interpret it. I only know the basics of the Noah story. Even read Grant a Noah childrens book a lot. So I have no clue what is or isn't in the Bible, and actually feel compelled to find out, because it's a very interesting and thought provoking movie. Do I believe in rock monsters helping to build the ark? No not really, but it's an interesting idea. In the bible does Noah go a little crazy? No clue, but the way the movie does it, it is very believable as to why he would think the things he does. I thought the effects of the movie were pretty darn good, although the rock monsters did look a little cheesy. It does drag in spots and runs about 20 minutes longer than what it probably should have. All the performances were decent, nothing Earth shattering or award worthy, but very good none the less. Aronofsky is probably the most unique director today. I've seen all of his movies and some I really like, and a couple I just scratch my head and say "huh?", like I did during the "Fountain". He is a dangerous filmmaker who really makes you think and shows you something different. Don't believe me, watch "Requiem for a Dream". This is like him doing a big Hollywood budget movie, and it works some, but I think he works better in smaller movies. This movie is not going to be for everyone, but do yourself a favor and watch it for yourself. I liked it, not as much as I hoped, but it is what it is. I always tell people to watch and judge for yourself. If someone talks about how horrible it is, check it out for yourself. Just like the story of "Noah", everyone will have a different interpretation of it.
  • Captain America: The Winter Soldier (PG-13, 2014)

    We live in the age of superhero films and recently I've been getting kind of tired of them. Fortunat... read moreely, Captain America: The Winter Soldier presents us with something new. It changes up the typical formula in superhero films by not being so obvious with who the villains are and where the story is going. It's exciting, complex, and fueled by excellent action scenes and unexpected twists. One of the best comic book films I've seen and also a great film in general.

    The best thing about The Winter Soldier is that it's unpredictable. In many superhero films a bad guy shows up, destroys things with some lame motivation, and you just know the hero will beat the villain in the end. This film brings a new dynamic. Who can we trust? What is really going on with the conflict? Things are more mysterious and it keeps us guessing. There's no obvious villain who shows up and says: "I'm here just to blow things up and irritate you!" Which is really what happens more often than not.

    So let's talk about one of the villains known as the Winter Soldier. He has a great design and he poses a threat. He's also a character with a lot of mystery around him and it builds up to an excellent twist; there were many gasps when his identity was revealed. It's a lot better and more interesting than other twists I've seen in some recent comic book movies. Anyway, he adds more depth to the film and makes it more emotional and personal for Cap. It's one of the best ways I've seen a villain handled.

    Well, on to the action scenes. In The Winter Soldier they are mostly fine. I did get annoyed with soldiers not shooting at the Captain's feet, which they could have done in a few situations. I was also bothered by the shaky camera at times, but it never gets to the point of being incoherent. With that said, Captain America fighting others is a thrill to watch and we really see him at his full potential in this film. I think there is a very good balance between CGI and well-choreographed, grounded action.

    The film knows when to use humor but it also handles the serious/intense scenes very well. I always get annoyed with the superhero genre trying to be overly serious by being extremely dark. The genre itself is silly and I think things work better when you know how to have a little fun. The Winter Soldier has some very intense dramatic scenes and I'd say it is one of the darker Marvel films, but it also knows that at the end of the day it's a superhero film; it never gets to the point of being pretentious.

    That's about all I have to say. If you are looking for a solid film that is thrilling, unpredictable, and emotional, check this one out. It takes the risk of trying new things and it pays off, making the film all the more better. Captain America: The Winter Soldier is a recent highpoint in the superhero genre and it will be tough to top.
  • Noah (PG-13, 2014)

    I dark take on a biblical story, but the _b_style and direction that Aranosky uses leaves a dull tas... read morete.
    An inconsistant, mediocre acting and no rewards at the end!
    A tiresome bore if a movie.
  • Draft Day (PG-13, 2014)

    An occasionally white knuckle Draft worth not dodging, Kevin Costner's latest seizes the Day for die... read morehard sports fans. For a football flick, there's decidedly very little gridiron actionMoving the game from the backfield to the back offices, Draft Day plays out more like a political thriller with laughs and romance shoehorned in. The movie does most of this surprisingly well, juggling comedy, drama, and sports references in equal but awkward measure. Granted, many of the yuks and NFL worship get laid on too thick, but it's the clever machinations behind the trade negotiations that truly keep audiences invested...that and the MVP-worthy lead performance, that is. If only the movie didn't often feel like a Rah Rah advertisement for Monday Night Football.

    In this PG-13-rated sports drama, general manager Sonny Weaver (Costner) has the opportunity to rebuild his team when he sacrifices all to trade for the number one pick (Chadwick Boseman) at the NFL Draft.

    Kevin Costner made a name for himself with baseball flicks (Bull Durham, Field of Dreams, For the Love of the Game) but he takes to this pigskin dramedy brilliantly. Rather than The Longest Yawn, he makes a somewhat decent flick outright enjoyable for moviegoers. Under the direction of veteran filmmaker Ivan Reitman (Ghostbusters), who makes split screen suddenly seem fresh and new, Draft Day is better than the material provided. Screenwriter is the kind of guy you'd want on your Pub Trivia team for sports statistical minutia alone but the sometimes predictable storytelling feels quite Screenwriting 101...until the ticking clock chess match of a climax recovers the story from any previous fumbles.

    Bottom line: Any Driven Sunday
  • Noah (PG-13, 2014)

    Director Darren Aronofsky's point of view is just so blandly neutral. Noah isn't a terrible picture.... read more There are moments of greatness. At one point, the flood has consumed the world, yet there are still some mountain peaks exposed. A scene with the huddled masses wailing out to the ark, while Noah and his family enjoy safety within, highlights this concept brilliantly. Unfortunately it's one of the few moments we experience that anguish. It's as if he was asked to comfort the religious with a perfect portrait of Noah's unwavering devotion but also placate movie goers looking for a CGI extravaganza. Early test screenings back in October of 2013 to determine which version of the film would "please" the most people is not the way to make great art. This is the product of a talented director being kept under reins. The end result is that it's not inspirational enough to inspire the faithful and it's not innovative enough to entertain Aronofsky's fans. By trying to stay neutral and satisfy everyone, he ends up pleasing no one.

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