This weekend: The return of Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace (shake your head at Jar Jar Binks in 3D), Denzel reprises the role of the baddie for Safe House, Woody Harrelson is the worst as one of LAPD’s finest in Rampart and try to remember your promise with The Vow.
Some big names here, but it looks a little questionable: Psychologist Margaret Matheson (Weaver) and her assistant (Murphy) study paranormal activity and attempt to debunk the fakers. This leads them to investigate a world-renowned psychic (De Niro).
While on a family vacation in Spain, a young American uncovers a conspiracy as he tries to save his loved ones who have been kidnapped.
LA, 1999. Dave Brown is a Rampart Precinct cop, dedicated to doing “dirty work” and asserting his own code of justice to maintain his action-hero state of mind. When he gets caught beating a suspect, he finds himself in a downward spiral as the consequences of his sins in light of a department-wide corruption scandal seal his fate.
Looks like Taylor Lautner is making moves out of the vampire world. A thriller centered on a young man who sets out to uncover the truth about his life after finding his baby photo on a missing persons website.
Summer’s over, so it’s time to get a job! Before you head back into the work force, celebrate Labor Day by sitting on the couch and checking out some of the best odes to working men and women available on Netflix Instant.
Most of us wouldn’t expect insurance conventions to rival Panama City spring break as a party destination. However, when Tim Lippe is taken under the “guidance” of three convention veterans he finds out just how wild things can get in Cedar Rapids.
You’ve heard the phrase, “The sequel is never as good as the original.” Ha! Utter nonsense. There are plenty of cases where the sequel is just as good if not better than its predecessor.
Sometimes you walk into a movie screening with low expectations only to leave two hours later thinking, “Wow, how wrong could I have been? That was a great film!” This was not one of those times.
This week’s new movies include the long-awaited Wall Street sequel, perplexing owl-athon Legend of the Guardians, Kristen Bell rom-com You Again and documentary Catfish. Check our short reviews.
Marni (Kristen Bell) returns home after finding out her brother is marrying her high school nemesis, only to discover that the bride’s aunt (Signourney Weaver) was her mother’s (Jamie Lee Curtis) rival.