New Movies In Theaters (6/9)

9 June, 2017 at 6:19 am

“The Mummy” (PG-13)

Tom Cruise is a mercenary who accidentally unleashes the mummy on the world after he discovers the tomb of an ancient princess who’d been buried alive. She’s played by Algerian minx Sofia Boutella, who you’d remember as Jaylah in “Star Trek Beyond”.
Annabelle Wallis from “The Tudors” is an archeological expert Cruise turns to, and Jake Johnson from “New Girl” is also in it as a fellow mercenary.
It’s the first of Universal’s new Dark Universe movies, which will rework classic monster movies into an interconnected cinematic universe like Marvel did with their superheroes.
Russell Crowe is like the Samuel L. Jackson of the Dark Universe. He’s the leader of a secret society dedicated to dealing with supernatural threats. He’s also Dr. Jekyll.
This universe will later include Johnny Depp as the Invisible Man, and Javier Bardem as Frankenstein’s monster. And the next movie is “The Bride of Frankenstein” in 2019.

“Megan Leavey” (PG-13)

Kate Mara plays Megan Leavey, a Marine who bonds with a bombing sniffing dog in her K9 unit. But after they’re both injured in Iraq, she’s told the dog is too dangerous to adopt, and she has to fight the government for her right to bring him home too.
The rest of the cast includes Edie Falco as her mom, Common as her gunnery sergeant in the Marines, and “Harry Potter’s” Tom Felton as another dog handler.
It’s based on a true story, and you can see the real Corporal Leavey being honored at Yankee Stadium with her combat dog Rex in this video.

“It Comes at Night” (R)

A psychological horror movie starring Joel Edgerton and Christopher Abbott from HBO’s “Girls” as two fathers who come to blows after their families are forced to live together when a deadly virus wipes out most of New York’s population.
And things get violent once Edgerton’s paranoia drives him to suspect the other family of being infected. Riley Keough and Carmen Ejogo are also in it.

“My Cousin Rachel” (PG-13) (Limited)

Sam Claflin plots revenge against his cousin, “Mummy” minx Rachel Weisz, because he thinks she murdered his guardian. But before he can follow through with his plan, he starts to fall for her. You know Sam as Finnick Odair in “The Hunger Games”.

“Beatriz at Dinner” (R) (Limited)

Salma Hayek is an immigrant stuck at an uncomfortable dinner party when her car won’t start after a massage session and her rich client insists she stay for dinner. The guests include a cutthroat real estate mogul played by John Lithgow.

“The Hero” (R) (Limited)

Sam Elliott plays an aging Western star trying to make a comeback after he’s diagnosed with cancer. Laura Prepon is a younger woman he romances, Krysten Ritter plays his daughter, and Nick Offerman plays his best friend.
Sam’s real wife, “Graduate” star Katherine Ross, is also in it as his ex-wife.

New Movies In Theaters (5/26)

26 May, 2017 at 6:43 am

“Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” (PG-13)

Johnny Depp is back for his fifth turn as Captain Jack Sparrow, and Javier Bardem is the bad guy. He’s a dead pirate hunter named Captain Salazar, who escapes from the Devil’s Triangle and vows revenge against Sparrow for trapping him there.
Salazar forces Captain Barbossa to help hunt Jack down, so you can expect Geoffrey Rush to steal quite a few scenes as Barbossa. Luckily, Jack gets some unexpected help from Will Turner’s son Henry . . . who’s played by Brenton Thwaites.
Henry has been searching for something called Poseidon’s Trident, because it might be the key to breaking the curse that has his dad trapped aboard the Flying Dutchman.
The trident is also their only hope against Salazar’s army of the undead, and the only person who can lead them to it is Kaya Scodelario from the “Maze Runner” movies.
Paul McCartney has a pirate cameo, and Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightley are finally back as Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann. They weren’t in the fourth movie, “On Stranger Tides”, but they came back for this one to play Henry’s parents.
The critics have been pretty harsh in their reviews, but that shouldn’t hurt its box office haul. “Dead Men Tell No Tales” is still expected to make AT LEAST $80 million in the U.S. over the holiday weekend . . . and twice as much overseas.

“Baywatch” (R) (Opened Wednesday)

This remake of the ’90s TV show stars Dwayne Johnson as a veteran lifeguard who butts heads with Zac Efron . . . an Olympic swimmer who’s hired as a PR stunt.
The Rock’s got the Hoff’s role of Mitch Buchannon, and Zac is playing Matt Brody.
Priyanka Chopra from “Quantico” is the villain. She’s the new owner of a club on the beach, who they suspect of dealing drugs.
The rest of the cast includes Kelly Rohrbach as Pamela Anderson’s character, CJ Parker . . . Alexandra Daddario as Nicole Eggert’s character, Summer Quinn . . . and a minx named Ilfenesh Hadera as Alexandra Paul’s character, Stephanie Holden.
The movie also includes brief cameos from David Hasselhoff and Pamela Anderson.

New Movies In Theaters (5/19)

19 May, 2017 at 6:02 am

“Alien: Covenant” (R)

This “Alien” prequel takes place a decade after “Prometheus”. The colony ship Covenant responds to a distress signal coming from a planet where they find the unstable Prometheus android David and an army of Xenomorph aliens.
Michael Fassbender is back as David. He’s also playing the android aboard the Covenant, named Walter. James Franco has a wasted cameo as the ship’s captain, but he dies in hyper-sleep before the crew intercepts the distress signal.
Katherine Waterston from “Fantastic Beasts” plays his widow. Danny McBride, Billy Crudup, and Jussie Smollett from “Empire” are also in it.

“Everything Everything” (PG-13)

Amandla Stenberg leads a sheltered life because she’s got a severe immune deficiency, which means she’s basically allergic to EVERYTHING.
But she decides to risk the outside world after a cute boy moves in next door. You know her as Rue in “The Hunger Games”. Anika Noni Rose plays her mom.

“Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul” (PG) Trailer

The fourth “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” movie is about a road trip to celebrate Meemaw’s 90th birthday, while the kids scheme to make a detour to a video game convention.
This one has an entirely new cast, with Alicia Silverstone as the mom, Tom Everett Scott as the dad, and a kid named Jason Drucker is your new wimpy kid.

New Movies In Theaters (5/12)

12 May, 2017 at 6:16 am


A young street artist in East Los Angeles is caught between his father’s obsession with lowrider car culture, his ex-felon brother and his need for self-expression.

“King Arthur: Legend of the Sword” (PG-13)

Charlie Hunnam from “Sons of Anarchy” is Arthur and Jude Law is the bad guy. He plays Arthur’s uncle, the guy who stole the throne when Arthur was a kid . . . leaving him to grow up an orphan with no idea who he is until he pulls the sword from the stone.
Djimon Hounsou is Sir Bedivere, Eric Bana plays Arthur’s dad, and the chick who played the mermaid in “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides” is a mystical character called The Mage. The actress’ name is Astrid Berges-Frisbey, if you care.
It’s directed by “Sherlock Holmes” director Guy Ritchie, so this version is loaded with special effects and a plot that plays fast and loose with Arthurian legend.
“Game of Thrones” fans will also recognize the guy who plays Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish as the archery expert Arthur recruits to help him retake his kingdom.

“Snatched” (R)

Amy Schumer convinces her mom to go with her on an exotic vacation she was planning with her boyfriend before he dumped her. Then they have to rely on each other after they’re kidnapped. Goldie Hawn plays her mom. Wanda Sykes is also in it.

“The Wall” (R) Trailer

Aaron Taylor-Johnson and John Cena are soldiers who get pinned down by a sniper who taunts them over the radio, and nothing but a small, unstable wall for cover.

New Movies In Theaters (4/21)

21 April, 2017 at 6:03 am

“The Promise” (PG-13)

Christian Bale and Oscar Isaac are rivals who are forced to work together to survive the Armenian genocide during the fall of the Ottoman Empire in World War One.
Bale’s an American journalist reporting on the war and Isaac is an Armenian competing with him for the affection of Charlotte Le Bon.

“Unforgettable” (R)

Katherine Heigl becomes psychotic when her ex-husband marries another woman, and she watches Rosario Dawson move into her old life with him and her daughter. So she sets about to destroy her life, any way she can.

“Phoenix Forgotten” (PG-13)

A sci-fi horror movie where three teenagers disappear after a UFO sighting of mysterious lights in the skies above Phoenix, Arizona. The truth is discovered 20 years later, on some unseen footage of the final hours of their trip to investigate the lights.

“Free Fire” (R)

Armie Hammer and Brie Larson try to broker a gun deal between some IRA rebels and an arms dealer in the ’70s, when everything goes to hell and they all get caught in a shootout. Sharlto Copley is the arms dealer and Cillian Murphy is the buyer.

New Movies In Theaters (4/14)

14 April, 2017 at 6:19 am

“The Fate of the Furious” (PG-13)

Dom and Letty’s honeymoon is short lived, because the eighth “Fast and Furious” movie turns Vin Diesel into a bad guy, with Dom betraying his wife and the rest of the team after he’s blackmailed into working with cyberterrorist Charlize Theron.
Scott Eastwood joins the franchise as a new team member and Kurt Russell is their government handler. Jason Statham also returns as bad guy Deckard Shaw, who the team is now forced to work with in order to try to take down Dom.
Michelle Rodriguez, Ludacris, and Tyrese are all back, but we won’t see Paul Walker and Jordana Brewster’s characters since they retired at the end of the last movie.
And remember that feud between The Rock and Vin Diesel? Well if you pay close attention, it doesn’t even look like they shared ANY screen time together in this one.
There’s one scene where Dom steals something out of Hobbs’ overturned car while he’s inside it, but from the way it was shot it could have easily just been a stunt double.
The same goes for every other scene, because whenever Dom comes into conflict with the team, the Rock is either mysteriously absent or obscured in the background.
There are two more movies in the works, making this the first in a new trilogy. And it’s directed by Gary Gray, the guy who did “Straight Outta Compton”.

“The Lost City of Z” (PG-13)

Charlie Hunnam plays a famous British explorer who disappeared in 1925 while searching for a lost advanced civilization in the jungles of the Amazon.
Sienna Miller plays his wife, “Spider-Man’s” Tom Holland is their son, and Robert Pattinson is Charlie’s assistant on their expeditions.

“Norman” (R)

Richard Gere plays a New York “fixer” whose financial schemes never seem to work out until a guy he helped years ago becomes the Prime Minister of Israel.
Steve Buscemi, Michael Sheen, Hank Azaria, and “Beauty and the Beast” star Dan Stevens are also in it as people caught up in his convoluted plans to leverage his biggest deal ever without being overwhelmed by his newfound political influence.

“Spark: A Space Tail” (PG)

An animated movie starring Jace Norman from Nickelodeon’s “Henry Danger” as a teenage monkey trying to take his planet back from an evil overlord.
Jessica Biel is a friend training him to be a fighter, and Patrick Stewart is an old space captain who recognizes Spark’s true identity as the heir to the animated throne.

New Movies In Theaters (4/7)

7 April, 2017 at 6:20 am

“Smurfs: The Lost Village” (PG)

Smurfette joins Brainy, Clumsy, and Hefty Smurf on a quest through the Forbidden Forest to find a lost Smurf village before Gargamel does.
Demi Lovato is the new voice of Smurfette and Rainn Wilson is Gargamel.
Mandy Patinkin is Papa Smurf, Jack McBrayer from “30 Rock” is Clumsy Smurf, Joe Manganiello is Hefty Smurf, and Danny Pudi from “Community” is Brainy Smurf.
Julia Roberts, Michelle Rodriguez, Ariel Winter, and Meghan Trainor are also in it.

“Going in Style” (PG-13)

Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, and Alan Arkin play three lifelong friends who lose their pension and decide to rob the bank used by the company that lost all their money.
Kenan Thompson, Christopher Lloyd, and Matt Dillon are also in it. It’s directed by “Scrubs” superstar Zach Braff, and is a remake of a George Burns movie from 1979.

“The Case for Christ” (PG)

Mike Vogel from “Under the Dome” plays an investigative journalist and atheist who decides to disprove the existence of God after his wife converts to Christianity. Erika Christensen from “Parenthood” plays his wife.

New Movies In Theaters (3/31)

31 March, 2017 at 6:38 am

“Ghost in the Shell” (PG-13)

Scarlett Johansson plays a cyborg in a futuristic anti-terrorist unit that hunts down terrorists who can hack into people’s minds. But as she gets deeper into her mission, she’s confronted with the fact that her whole existence is a lie.
She learns that her old life was actually STOLEN from her, and vows to find out who’s responsible and stop them from doing it to anyone else.
It’s based on a Japanese manga comic book from 1989 about a cyborg named Major who questions whether or not she still has a soul now that she’s more machine than human. It was also an anime TV series and movie in the ’90s.

“The Boss Baby” (PG)

An animated movie starring Alec Baldwin as the new baby in the house . . . who wears a suit, talks, carries a briefcase . . . and starts a fierce rivalry with his 7-year old brother. Their parents are played by Jimmy Kimmel and Lisa Kudrow.

“The Zookeeper’s Wife” (PG-13)

Jessica Chastain stars in this World War II movie about a couple who were running a zoo in 1939 Poland when the Germans invaded, and then began secretly working with the Resistance to save the lives of as many people as they can in the Warsaw Ghetto.

New Movies In Theaters (3/24)

24 March, 2017 at 6:16 am

“Power Rangers” (PG-13)

Five teenagers become superheroes after they discover a hidden spaceship that gives them powers to fight off an alien threat. Bryan Cranston is their mentor Zordon, Bill Hader is the voice of his robot sidekick, and Elizabeth Banks is their main enemy.
You probably wouldn’t recognize the new rangers, except for the girls. Naomi Scott from “Terra Nova” is the Pink Ranger, and rapper Becky G is the Yellow Ranger . . . who is struggling with her sexuality in this version.
Amy Jo Johnson and Jason David Frank both scored cameos for the movie. Amy Jo played the Pink Ranger, Kimberly, and Jason played Tommy, the Green Ranger.

“Life” (R)

A sci-fi thriller starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Ryan Reynolds, and Rebecca Ferguson as scientists who are on the International Space Station when the crew brings aboard a rapidly evolving life form that caused the extinction of all other life on Mars.

“CHiPs” (R)

If you grew up watching “CHiPs” in the ’70s and ’80s, you knew it as a serious drama about two motorcycle cops named Jon Baker and Frank Poncharello, who worked for the California Highway Patrol.
Dax Shepard plays Jon Baker in the movie. He wrote and directed it too. His version is a comedy where Baker’s a rookie cop and Michael Pena is an FBI agent using the name Poncharello as his undercover identity to investigate crooked cops in the CHP.
Maya Rudolph, Vincent D’Onofrio, and Kristen Bell are also in it.
Larry Wilcox and Erik Estrada played Jon and Ponch on the original show. Erik has a cameo in the remake, but Larry is hating on it pretty hard. He says Warner Brothers ruined the brand and calls it, quote, “Dumb and Dumber on motorcycles.”

New Movies In Theaters (3/10)

10 March, 2017 at 7:09 am

“Kong: Skull Island” (PG-13)

Tom Hiddleston, Samuel L. Jackson, Brie Larson, John Goodman, and John C. Reilly star in the latest “King Kong” remake, but don’t call it that. They’d rather you say it’s “a completely new original story that redefines the myth of Kong.” Whatever.
John Goodman commissions an expedition to an uncharted island to prove that monsters exist. It takes place in the ’70s, at the end of the Vietnam War, with Samuel L. Jackson leading troops who end up at war with the other monsters on the island.
The Kong in this movie is over 100 feet tall and still growing. So by the time they do the “Godzilla vs Kong ” sequel in 2020, he should be a lot bigger than what you see here.

“The Ottoman Lieutenant” (R) (Limited)

Michael Huisman from “Game of Thrones” plays an officer in the Ottoman Imperial Army who falls in love with a young American nurse during World War I. That sets off a love triangle with Josh Hartnett, the jealous doctor she came to Europe with.

“Personal Shopper” (R) (Limited)

A ghost story starring Kristen Stewart as a personal shopper to the stars . . . who’s also a spiritual medium. She’s grieving over the recent death of her twin brother, and determined to make contact with him at his Paris home.

New in Theaters (3/3/17)

3 March, 2017 at 7:01 am

“Logan” (R)

“Logan” is the first X-men movie to be rated R, and only two of the X-Men are actually in it . . . Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart. It’s set in a near future where mutants are all but extinct, and Logan is hiding out near the Mexican border with Professor X.
When a girl shows up with powers that are strikingly similar to his, Wolverine becomes her reluctant guardian, protecting her from mutant hunters led by “Narcos” star Boyd Holbrook. The mini-Wolverine is played by a kid named Dafne Keen.
This is Hugh Jackman’s ninth time playing Wolverine over the past 17 years. He says this is his last time wearing the claws, and Patrick Stewart recently confirmed that this would also be his last time playing Professor X.

“The Shack” (PG-13)

Sam Worthington is a grieving father trying to cope with the loss of his daughter. He then receives a mysterious letter telling him to visit the shack where she was murdered.
And while he’s there he has a spiritual encounter with the Holy Trinity, which is led by Octavia Spencer as the Heavenly Father. Tim McGraw is also in it as his best friend. And the movie features his duet with Faith Hill on the song “Keep Your Eyes on Me”.

“Before I Fall” (PG-13)

Zoey Deutch plays a chick who relives the day of her death over and over again until she gets the day right by breaking free of the mean girl clique and ending the cycle of bullying she’d participated in. Jennifer Beals plays her mom.
You know Zoey from “Dirty Grandpa” and “Vampire Academy”. She’s also the daughter of “Back to the Future” star Lea Thompson.

New Movies In Theaters (2/24)

24 February, 2017 at 7:12 am

“Get Out” (R)

A horror thriller that stars British actor Daniel Kaluuya as an African-American who visits his white girlfriend’s secluded family estate to meet her parents for the first time. He’s then shocked to discover there’s a much more sinister reason for the invitation.
The mom’s a psychiatrist who “innocently” offers to hypnotize him to help him stop smoking, but the few black people he meets have no sense of their own culture and it soon becomes obvious to him that they’re struggling under some kind of mind control.
Allison Williams from “Girls” plays his girlfriend, and her malevolent parents are played by Bradley Whitford and Catherine Keener.

“Collide” (PG-13)

After a heist goes bad, Nicolas Hoult is on the run and trying to save his girlfriend from the threats of a mob boss played by Anthony Hopkins.
Felicity Jones from “Rogue One” is his girlfriend, and Ben Kingsley is also in it as a shady drug dealer Nicolas turns to for help.

“Rock Dog” (PG)

An animated movie starring Luke Wilson as a dog who discovers music for the first time and leaves his remote mountain home to become a rock star.
J.K. Simmons is his disapproving father, Eddie Izzard is his musical mentor, and Lewis Black is a wolf trying to take down a bunch of sheep the dogs are guarding.

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New Music In Theaters (2/17)

17 February, 2017 at 7:11 am

“The Great Wall” (PG-13)

Matt Damon goes to China looking for the secret of black powder and stumbles across a war against dragon-like creatures that rise up every 60 years to feed on people.
It’s directed by the guy who did “House of Flying Daggers”. Pedro Pascal from “Game of Thrones” is a fellow mercenary who helps Matt fight the creatures, and William Dafoe is a white guy already being held prisoner by the Wall’s guardians.
Their sexy Chinese co-star Jing Tian is just starting to make a name for herself here. She’ll also be in next month’s “Kong: Skull Island” and next year’s “Pacific Rim” sequel.

“Fist Fight” (R)

It’s teacher on teacher violence in this comedy where Ice Cube challenges Charlie Day from “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” to a fight after he rats Cube out to the principal to try to save his own job from budget cuts.
Dean Norris from “Breaking Bad” is the principal. Christina Hendricks is a hot French teacher, Jillian Bell from “Workaholics” plays a meth head guidance counselor and, and Tracy Morgan is the football coach in is his first movie since his accident.

“A Cure for Wellness” (R)

Dane DeHaan plays a young executive sent to retrieve his company’s CEO from a mysterious “wellness center” in the Swiss Alps. But when he tries to leave, he’s in a car accident that leaves him trapped as an involuntary patient at the clinic with a broken leg.
Jason Isaacs from the “Harry Potter” movies is the sinister doctor running the place.
You’d remember Dane as Harry Osborn in “The Amazing Spider-Man 2”, or as the heroic roadie from “Metallica Through the Never”.

“American Fable”

The Movie is set during the farm crisis of the 1980s. A young girl is jolted out of her fantasy world when she discovers that her family is holding a rich guy captive in their silo. He’s played by Richard Schiff from “The West Wing”.


This stars Riley Keough as a mom who’s neglected by her husband and takes a trip where she grows extremely close to her best friend, Jena Malone.


A horror anthology of four short films directed by women.

New Movies In Theaters (2/10)

10 February, 2017 at 7:15 am

“Fifty Shades Darker” (R)

Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson are back as Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele. They split up at the end of the last movie, but he talks her into getting back together, renegotiates their relationship contract . . . and even proposes . . . between their many, many sex scenes, of course.
Rita Ora is in it as Christian’s sister, Mia Grey, Kim Basinger is the woman who taught him to be a man, and Bella Heathcote is a former submissive who stalks Ana.

“John Wick: Chapter Two” (R)

In this one, John Wick’s forced out of retirement by someone who wants him to eliminate one of the leaders of an international assassins’ guild.
Keanu Reeves returns as John Wick. Common and Ruby Rose are two of the assassins trying to kill him, and Laurence Fishburne is a crime lord Keanu turns to for help. Ian McShane and John Leguizamo are also back from the first movie.

“The LEGO Batman Movie” (PG)

Will Arnett is back as Batman, who sets off a world of chaos after hurting the Joker’s feelings by saying he’s not his #1 nemesis. Zach Galifianakis is the Joker.
The rest of the villains include Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman, Conan O’Brien as the Riddler, Billy Dee Williams as Two Face, and Jenny Slate as Harley Quinn.
And the rest of the heroes include Channing Tatum as Superman, Jonah Hill as Green Lantern, Rosario Dawson as Batgirl, and Michael Cera as Robin.

New Movies In Theaters (2/3)

3 February, 2017 at 7:18 am

“The Space Between Us” (PG-13)

Asa Butterfield from “Ender’s Game” is the first human born on Mars. He comes to Earth for the first time and romances Britt Robertson, a girl he’s been video chatting with from space.
Unfortunately, his organs can’t handle our atmosphere, so he doesn’t have a lot of time to find the dad he never knew and experience everything else he’s been missing.
Carla Gugino plays the astronaut who raises him after his mom dies in childbirth, and Gary Oldman is the billionaire who owns the company that colonized Mars.

“Rings” (PG-13)

The third movie in “The Ring” series reveals more about the origins of Samara, but it’s not getting very good reviews. Matilda Lutz plays a chick who’s worried about her boyfriend’s interest in a videotape that kills people seven days after they watch it.
So she sacrifices herself to save him and discovers there’s a “movie within the movie” no one’s ever seen before. Johnny Galecki and Vincent D’Onofrio are in it too.

“Wheeler” (PG) (Limited)

Stephen Dorff plays an aspiring country singer trying to make it in Nashville. It’s filmed to look like a documentary, with Stephen infiltrating the Nashville music scene by wearing prosthetic make-up so people wouldn’t recognized him when he performed.
Dorff co-wrote the movie, helped compose the music, and co-wrote the lead single. It’s a song called “Pour Me Out Of This Town”, which his brother Andrew helped him write before he passed away in December. Kris Kristofferson is in it too, as himself.

“The Comedian” (R) (Limited)

Robert DeNiro is sentenced to 100 hours of community service after assaulting someone in his dwindling audience. That’s where he meets Leslie Mann, who inspires him to revitalize his comedy career.
Danny DeVito plays his brother. It also includes cameos by Billy Crystal, Gilbert Gottfried, Brett Butler, and Jimmie Walker.

“I Am Not Your Negro” (PG) (Limited)

A documentary that breathes new life into an unfinished book by civil rights activist James Baldwin. He was writing about the assassinations of his friends, Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, and civil rights leader Medgar Evans, when he died in 1987.
It’s nominated for a Best Documentary Oscar against “OJ: Made in America” and “13th”, which is about the 13th Amendment . . . the one that abolished slavery.
Samuel L. Jackson narrates from the book, and they show a lot of archive footage from Baldwin’s own speeches and TV appearances.

“Eloise” (R) Trailer (Limited)

Chace Crawford breaks into an abandoned insane asylum with three of his friends to look for a death certificate that will help him get a large inheritance. Too bad the place is haunted. Eliza Dushku and Brandon T. Jackson are also in it.

New Movies In Theaters (1/27)

27 January, 2017 at 7:06 am

“Resident Evil: The Final Chapter” (R)

Milla Jovovich is back as Alice for the sixth movie in the series. She returns to the hive in Raccoon City to deploy an airborne antivirus that can supposedly destroy the T-virus.
Iain Glen from “Game of Thrones” returns as the main villain, Dr. Isaacs . . . Ali Larter is back as Claire Redfield . . . and Ruby Rose from “Orange is the New Black” joins the fight as a new character.

“A Dog’s Purpose” (PG)

Josh Gad does the voice of a dog who keeps getting reincarnated and finds his way back to the same boy. K.J. Apa . . . who plays Archie on the CW’s new “Riverdale” series . . . is the boy as a teenager, and Dennis Quaid is the boy when he’s older.
Britt Robertson from “Under the Dome” is his girlfriend. And Peggy Lipton from “The Mod Squad” and “Twin Peaks” plays her when she’s older.

“Gold” (R)

Matthew McConaughey plays a guy with a struggling mining company in the ’80s who teams up with a geologist to find a gold mine in the jungles of Indonesia. They hit the motherlode and then go up against the suits on Wall Street who all want a piece of it.
Bryce Dallas Howard plays his girlfriend and Edgar Ramirez is his partner. You’d know Edgar from the “Point Break” remake, “The Girl on the Train”, and for playing Roberto Duran in the boxing movie “Hands of Stone”.

New Movies In Theaters (1/20)

20 January, 2017 at 7:17 am

“xXx: The Return of Xander Cage” (PG-13)

Vin Diesel returns as extreme athlete turned government agent Xander Cage. He puts together a team to recover a device that can control every military satellite in the world.
Ruby Rose from “Orange is the New Black” is the team’s sniper, and Nina Dobrev from “The Vampire Diaries” plays the nerdy tech girl who invents all of his gadgets. Samuel L. Jackson, and martial arts ninjas Donnie Yen and Tony Jaa are also in it.

“The Founder” (PG-13)

Michael Keaton plays McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc, the guy who revolutionized the fast food industry in the 1950s by franchising a new system he stumbled across at a family-owned burger operation.
The McDonald brothers are played by Nick Offerman and John Carroll Lynch . . . who played Twisty the Clown on “American Horror Story: Freak Show”. Sorry Ronald. Linda Cardellini is also in it as Kroc’s third wife.

M. Night Shyamalan’s “Split” (PG-13)

James McAvoy plays a guy with multiple personalities who carjacks three teenage girls. And Anya Taylor-Joy from “The Witch” and “Morgan” is the kidnap victim trying to figure out which of his two dozen personalities she can convince to let them go.

“The Resurrection of Gavin Stone” (PG)

Brett Dalton from “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” plays a Hollywood actor forced to do community service at a local church. He pretends to be Christian just so he can land the part of Jesus in the church’s annual play . . . and then finds religion along the way.
The dad from “The Middle” plays Gavin’s dad . . . comedian Anjelah Johnson from “MADtv” is the pastor’s daughter directing the play . . . and rassler Shawn Michaels is a member of the congregation who teaches Gavin an important lesson.

New Movies In Theaters

13 January, 2017 at 7:20 am

“Sleepless” (R) Trailer

Jamie Foxx is a Vegas cop who steals a shipment of cocaine during a drug bust. He’s then carjacked in retaliation by thugs from a casino who kidnap his son and demand their drugs in exchange for his son’s life.
Michelle Monaghan is an Internal Affairs investigator trying to prove he’s corrupt, T.I. plays his partner, and Octavius Johnson from “Ray Donovan” is his kidnapped son.

“Monster Trucks” (PG) Trailer

Lucas Till from “MacGyver” builds a monster truck out of spare parts from scrapped cars . . . and then powers it with an ACTUAL monster. Jane Levy from “Suburgatory” is the hot chick he likes. Danny Glover, Thomas Lennon, and Rob Lowe are also in it.

“The Bye Bye Man” (PG-13) Trailer

A horror thriller about three college friends who stumble onto a story of the Bye Bye Man, an evil creature that gets inside your head and makes you commit unspeakable acts. And the only way to survive his possession is: “Don’t say it. Don’t think it.”

“Patriots Day” expands nationwide. (R) Trailer

Mark Wahlberg is a cop hunting down the Boston Marathon bombers. Michelle Monaghan, Kevin Bacon, John Goodman, and J.K. Simmons are also in it.

“Live By Night” expands nationwide. (R) Trailer

Ben Affleck wrote, directs, and stars as World War I vet who runs a rum operation during prohibition. Zoe Saldana, Anthony Michael Hall, Miguel, and Elle Fanning are in it too.

New Movies In Theaters (1/6)

6 January, 2017 at 7:09 am

“Underworld: Blood Wars” (R)

“Blood Wars” is the fifth movie in the “Underworld” franchise. Kate Beckinsale returns as vampire death dealer Selene, who’s being hunter by the new leader of the Lycan army, as well as the group of vampires who betrayed her.
Her vampire allies are Theo James from the “Divergent” movies and Charles Dance from “Game of Thrones” . . . who you know better as Tywin Lannister.

“Hidden Figures” opens nationwide. (PG)

Taraji P. Henson, Janelle Monae, and Octavia Spencer break down racial barriers as a team of African American women doing the math to put astronaut John Glenn into orbit in 1961. Jim Parsons is also in it, and Kevin Costner plays their boss.

“A Monster Calls” opens nationwide. (PG-13)

A boy gets help from a tree monster to help him cope with his mom’s terminal illness. The mom is played by Felicity Jones, his grandma is played by Sigourney Weaver, and Liam Neeson is the monster.

“Railroad Tigers” (Unrated)

Jackie Chan stars in this subtitled Asiatic comedy as a retired Chinese railroad worker who uses his knowledge of the train system to fights against the Japanese to feed his starving people during World War II.