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  • 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 moree that combines the collective intelligence of everything ever known with the full range of human emotions. His highly controversial experiments have made him famous, but they have also made him the prime target of anti-technology extremists who will do whatever it takes to stop him. However, in their attempt to destroy Will, they inadvertently become the catalyst for him to succeed-to be a participant in his own transcendence. For his wife Evelyn (Rebecca Hall) and best friend Max Waters (Paul Bettany), both fellow researchers, the question is not if they can...but if they should. Their worst fears are realized as Will's thirst for knowledge evolves into a seemingly omnipresent quest for power, to what end is unknown. The only thing that is becoming terrifyingly clear is there may be no way to stop him.(C) Warner

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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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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 more
  • 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 more
  • 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 more

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  • 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
  • Need For Speed

    Need For Speed (PG-13, 2014)

    Based on the most successful racing video game franchise ever with over 140 million copies sold, DreamWorks Pictures' "Need for Speed" captures the th... read morerills of the game in a real-world setting. An exciting return to the great car-culture films of the 1960s and '70s, when authenticity brought a new level of intensity to the action, "Need for Speed" taps into what makes the American myth of the open road so enticing. The story chronicles a near-impossible cross-country race against time-one that begins as a mission for revenge, but proves to be one of redemption. In a last attempt to save his struggling garage, blue-collar mechanic Tobey Marshall (Aaron Paul)-who with his team skillfully builds and races muscle cars on the side-reluctantly partners with wealthy, arrogant ex-NASCAR driver Dino Brewster (Dominic Cooper). Just as a major sale to car broker Julia Bonet (Imogen Poots) looks like it will save the business, a disastrous, unsanctioned race results in Dino framing Tobey for manslaughter.(c) Disney
  • 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
  • Under the Skin

    Under the Skin (R, 2014)

    An alien in human form is on a journey through Scotland.
  • The Nut Job

    The Nut Job (PG, 2014)

    In animated 3D, THE NUT JOB is an action-packed comedy in fictional Oakton that follows the travails of Surly (voiced by Will Arnett), a mischievous s... read morequirrel, and his rat friend Buddy, who plan a nut store heist of outrageous proportions and unwittingly find themselves embroiled in a much more complicated and hilarious adventure. (c) Open Road
  • Bad Words

    Bad Words (R, 2014)

    Jason Bateman makes his feature directorial debut with the subversive comedy Bad Words. Mr. Bateman stars as Guy Trilby, a 40-year-old who finds a loo... read morephole in the rules of The Golden Quill national spelling bee and decides to cause trouble by hijacking the competition. Contest officials, outraged parents, and overly ambitious 8th graders are no match for Guy, as he ruthlessly crushes their dreams of victory and fame. As a reporter (Kathryn Hahn of We're the Millers) attempts to discover his true motivation, Guy finds himself forging an unlikely alliance with a competitor: awkward 10-year-old Chaitanya (Rohan Chand of Homeland), who is completely unfazed by Guy's take-no-prisoners approach to life. (c) Focus

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  • Muppets Most Wanted (PG, 2014)

    I enjoyed The Muppets: Most Wanted, it's the Muppets and I am a passionate fan after all. I am prote... read morective of them though, and it's tough for me to admit this but the new film isn't without its failings. How to I criticise one of the things I love most in this world? Well, I'm going to try... Firstly, the beginning sequence is brilliant, I still have the opening song in my head; "We're doing a sequel..." is a very knowing song, making light that the last film did very well so another film has been commissioned but also makes light of the fact that sequels aren't generally as good as the first. This would have been funnier had it not been true. I'm not sure the film ever gets as good as the great beginning sequence but it does have some wonderful touches. I think the biggest problem is that there are too many humans. Kermit and his evil lookalike Constantine get most screen time over the rest of the Muppets, the human actors get the rest leaving the rest of the Muppets, many of our favorites, with very little at all. They make light that they didn't include many old favorites from the first film and they make up for this with probably my favorite cameo of the film, the inclusion of Robin. This wasn't really good enough though, Pepe and Rizzo seem to be regarded as new characters and so are left out even though they've been around for 18 years (Pepe) and 30 years (Rizzo) and yet characters like 80's Robot, who isn't even a Muppet is still there since the last film. Gonzo had about ten lines throughout the whole show! I'm afraid that The Muppets are loosing their way again through no fault of their own. The day Disney bought them was a disaster. I'm sure this will sell a lot of merchandise for them but after the last film it should have been better. The Muppets are still wonderful though, this film is still very funny but only during the Muppet parts. We need more Muppets, why can't the producers get that through their heads? How do they think the Muppets gained so much success and popularity in the first place? I'm sure they're still thinking that Puppets on their own surely can't carry a film but they're so wrong, they've done it many times before. Like Dr. Bunsen Honeydew points out, this isn't actually the sequel, it is the seventh sequel to the original film. My criticism may sound harsh but that's only because The Muppets are the greatest thing in the world and their films are little pieces of genuine magic. They've got the performers, they've got the music, they just need Disney and the producers to understand them and to listen to the fans. Ricky Gervais, whom I dislike immensely, seems to be a big reason many are put off from this film. It's obvious that he has been chosen to be a part of this film because he is bankable rather than because he can add anything or even fits in (he doesn't). It's great but with focus it could and should be better!
  • Divergent (PG-13, 2014)

    Leaves a lot of stuff unanswered. Good action and performances all around though.
  • 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.
  • The Grand Budapest Hotel (R, 2014)

    - by c0up
    'The Grand Budapest Hotel'. Spent half the film awestruck, shaking my head in disbelief. A gorgeous,... read more inventive, meticulously-crafted world by Anderson.

    The humour never misses a beat, from Fiennes' unexpectedly great performance to the visual gags scattered throughout.

    From typefaces to costumes, interiors, characters/cast and dialogue, Wes Anderson's unique world is fully realised. The camera movement, as always, remarkable. It's a magical place, and I daresay this is my favourite film of his.

    There's no doubt this will require multiple viewings (ideally, frame-by-frame) to completely grasp all the visual flair on offer.
  • Mr. Peabody & Sherman (PG, 2014)

    What sets Mr. Peabody and Sherman apart is the anarchistic sense of humor, sexual innuendos only an ... read moreadult would get, and some mild potty humor. And no, those distinctions are not an improvement. A Trojan horse appears to be pooping when Greek soldiers exit its rear. "Well Sherman, it looks like we were the butt of that joke" says Mr. Peabody when they shoot out of the back end of the sphinx. Even Bill Clinton pops up to sheepishly admit "I did worse" referencing activities best not even alluded to in a children's cartoon. The script has regrettably jettisoned the sophisticated wit of the source material. That's a shame because this could've been an irreverent but educational romp through history. The rather lowbrow take seen here is only tepidly amusing in parts. I suspect a child will respond more favorably to the colorful animation and poop jokes. As I sat watching the seemingly endless credits, I marveled at the sheer number of people involved to create such a derivative product. It's visually pretty. I enjoyed the look of the action, but story wise it's an uninspired trip thorough the past. This has been done much more successfully before. The climax in particularly is obviously lifted by writers raised on 80s comedies. I liked Mr. Peabody & Sherman............when it was called Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure.
  • Draft Day (PG-13, 2014)

    Seemed like an extended infomercial for the if it needs anymore hype and do we really care ... read moreabout the Cleveland Browns anyway? This hasn't been a good year for Costner as witnessed by 3 Days to Kill and now this one. He is not the actor he once was unfortunately. Jennifer Garner (great in Dallas Buyers Club) is miscast as the 6-inch stilettoed number cruncher and Denis Leary once again plays Denis Leary. However Chadwick Boseman from 42 is very good as a possible draft pick. In spite of a weak narrative and the mediocre acting Ivan Reitman does a decent job of directing Draft Day. As with so many movies another lame ending! (3-19-14)
  • The Grand Budapest Hotel (R, 2014)

    Uniquely exquisite, in direction and script. Fiennes encapsulates the audience in amusement and awe ... read moreof his immense talent and quite frankly leaves you bewildered.
  • Noah (PG-13, 2014)

    An intense, multi-layered parable that defies us to consider all the complex implications of serving... read more the demands of a manipulative, petty and sadistic Creator (both entity and faith) instead of facing Him to follow our hearts - which is something that unfortunately still happens today with many religious people.
  • The Grand Budapest Hotel (R, 2014)

    A former concierge tells the story of how he came to own the once-elegant titular hotel, a story inv... read moreolving a murdered widow, a stolen painting, and a jailbreak. Wes Anderson's detached, artificial _b_style, which can be alienating in a modern setting, is perfectly suited to this period screwball comedy with a fast-moving but literary plot.
  • Divergent (PG-13, 2014)

    Formulaic in approach, Divergent attempts to be engaging, entertaining and relevant, which it does f... read moreairly well. However, this Young Adult film inadvertently invites comparisons when it is stacked up against its more successful "cousins" of this genre: Hunger Games, Twilight, Ender's Game and even Harry Potter. Divergent's greatest weakness is its uneven casting. The female leads were painful to watch. Shailene Woodley may be a good actress, but as the female protagonist, Tris Prior, she comes across as unconvincing and unimpressive, lacking in gravitas and star power needed to anchor the film. Kate Winslet was such a poor fit, she made Elysium's Jodie Foster look good. Ashley Judd was out of her depth. Divergent can only boast of its clever find in its male lead, Theo James, whose handsome brooding looks would fill the current fandom vacuum for a Team Four that should drive hoards of teen girls to its next instalment of this franchise, reminiscent of the Twilight craze. The subtlety of its political and social message is poorly delivered in its character development, being dumbed down to action flicks and quick fix editing, leaving serious gaps in story telling. The action sequences cover up for a weak script and uneven pacing.