Live by Night
14A, Thriller, 128 min
In 1920s Boston, Joe Coughlin (Ben Affleck) is a WWI vet and self-described anti-establishment outlaw. He's also the son of a Boston Police Deputy Superintendent.
When Joe crosses a powerful mob boss by stealing his money and his moll, he pays for it. The affair ends in tragedy and he sets out on a path of revenge and ambition that leads him out of Boston and up the ladder of Tampa's rum-running underworld. As he navigates Prohibition-era Tampa, his moral code is tested and he learns that his desire to see justice served comes with a hefty price tag.
Based on a Dennis Lehane novel of the same name.
Monster Trucks 3D
PG, Aventure, 104 min
Tripp (Lucas Till) is a high school senior with a serious passion for trucks and builds his own, using bits and pieces of scrapped cars. What he never expected was that he would find a monster in his truck.
Tripp discovers a creature who can act as the engine to his monster truck, allowing him to perform superhero feats. Tripp names him "Creech," and the two go on an unforgettable adventure together, forming an unbreakable bond.
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story 3D
PG, Action, 133 min
Jyn Erso (Felicity Jones) has never been one to follow rules. She's been on her own since the age of 15, surviving in the galactic underworld by cultivating skills in both fighting and cunning.
When Jyn is arrested by the Rebel Alliance, she is asked by Mon Mothma (Genevieve O'Reilly) to retrieve information about the Death Star - a nearly constructed weapon with the power to destroy an entire planet. If the Death Star's construction is completed, the Empire will become unstoppable.
It's up to Jyn, Cassian Andor (Diego Luna), Bodhi Rook (Riz Ahmed), and their pragmatic droid K-2SO (Alan Tudyk) to form the Rogue One squadron and help bring peace to the galaxy by stealing a technical readout of the Death Star. They eventually join forces with assassin Baze Malbus (Jiang Wen) and his spiritual partner Chirrut Imwe (Donnie Yen). They also meet Clone Wars veteran Saw Gerrera (Forest Whitaker).
They're up against some stiff competition. Orson Krennic (Ben Mendelsohn) is an Imperial military director who will stop at nothing to see the Death Star's completion. All while Darth Vader (James Earl Jones) maintains a watchful eye on the weapon.
G, Animation, 108 min
In a world populated by human-like animals, a koala named Buster Moon (voiced by Matthew McConaughey) runs a beloved, once-grand theater, that has fallen on hard times. With the help of his sheep friend Eddie (John C. Reilly), Buster decided to raise money to keep the theater from being shut down, and holds the world's greatest singing competition.
He distributes flyers far and wide, and a large number of singing hopefuls dream of winning, including unappreciated stay-at-home mother pig Rosita (Reese Witherspoon), a gorilla named Johnny (Taron Egerton) who doesn't want to follow his father's criminal footsteps, and a shy young elephant named Meena (Tori Kelly), whose biggest fan is her grandpa.
14A, Thriller, 117 min
As three teenage girls are waiting in a car to be driven home the morning after a sleepover party, a strange man gets into the driver's seat. His name is Kevin (James McAvoy) — a seriously mentally ill man with 23 personalities. He kidnaps the girls and shuts them away in a locked bunker. They quickly learn he has more than one identity when he shows up dressed as a woman, telling them, "Don't worry. He knows what you're here for. He knows he's not allowed to touch you."
Another of his personalities, Hedwig, says he's nine years old. One of the girls, Casey (Anya Taylor-Joy), realizes the only way they can get out is to convince one of Kevin's alter egos to let them go. She thinks maybe Hedwig will help, but he tells them, "He's done awful things to people and he'll do awful things to you." Hedwig tells them that they're being prepared for "The Beast."
Meanwhile, Kevin's psychiatrist, Dr. Fletcher (Betty Buckley), who doesn't know what he's done, believes there is a submerged personality she hasn't yet met who will materialize and dominate all the others.
14A, Comedy, 111 min
A straight-laced, overprotective dad named Ned (Bryan Cranston) and his family travel on holiday to visit his daughter Stephanie (Zoey Deutch), who's studying at Stanford. There, Ned meets his worst nightmare: Stephanie's new socially awkward billionaire boyfriend Laird (James Franco), who is by far the opposite of Ned's envisioned perfect suitor.
Finding him wildly inappropriate for his daughter, Ned sees Laird as obnoxious, rich, and worst of all, tattooed. When Ned discovers that Laird is planning to propose to Stephanie, his panic and one-sided rivalry turns into a mission to stop the engagement before it happens.
xXx: Return of Xander Cage 3D
14A, Action/Adventure, 107 min
The third film in the xXx franchise follows spy/extreme sports enthusiast-turned-government operative Xander Cage (Vin Diesel), who's back after being left for dead and living in exile for years. This time, he's been recruited by his handler Agent Augustus Eugene Gibbons (Samuel L. Jackson) and Jane Marke (Toni Collette) to take on four dangerous individuals in possession of a device that controls every military satellite in the world.
To challenge them and recover the weapon known as Pandora's Box, he teams up with three other agents, including Adele Wolff (Ruby Rose), in a violent, high-octane journey around the globe.