Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
G, Family, 81 min
Eleven-year-old Alexander (Ed Oxenbould) experiences the most terrible and horrible day of his young lifea day that begins with gum stuck in his hair. He does a face plant in front of a cute girl, photoshopped pictures of him are texted to the whole school and he accidentally sets a fire in class. But when Alexander tells his family about his disastrous day, he finds that they're all having nothing but luck and he begins to wonder if bad things only happen to him.
However, when his brother Anthony (Dylan Minnette), sister (Kerris Dorsey), mom (Jennifer Garner) and dad (Steve Carell) soon all find themselves living through their own terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day, Alexander can relate and helps guide them through it.
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Big Hero 6 3D
G, Family, 108 min
When young robotics genius Hiro Hamada gets to visit the school where his his brilliant brother Tadashi studies, and meets his friends: adrenaline junkie Go Go Tamago, neatnik Wasabi, chemistry whiz Honey Lemon and fanboy Fred, he wants to join them.
Just as Hiro impresses the head of the school with his invention, a fire breaks out in the building and Tadashi goes back inside. When that leads to a dangerous plot unfolding in the streets of San Fransokyo, Hiro turns to his brother's invention—a robot named Baymax who can heal people—and transforms him into a warrior. Hiro and his new friends transform into a band of high-tech heroes who are determined to solve the mystery.
Inspired by the Marvel comics of the same name.
14A, Drama, 135 min
April, 1945. During the last months of WWII, a battle-hardened army sergeant named Wardaddy (Brad Pitt) takes command of a five-man team who pilot a Sherman tank named Fury on a deadly mission behind enemy lines. Outnumbered and outgunned, they have to defeat all odds in an attempt to strike down Nazi Germany.
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PG, Sci-fi, 169 min
In the not-too-distant future there is widespread famine; armies have been disbanded and life has regressed into farm-based economies. The Earth's atmosphere has become rich in nitrogen but poor in oxygen, and soon global starvation will give way to global asphyxiation.
Cooper (Matthew McConaughey), a widower, is a former NASA test pilot who still dreams of flight. He and his two children, Tom (Timothée Chalamet), 15, and Murphy (Mackenzie Foy), 10, struggle to survive.
Meanwhile, Professor Brand (Michael Caine), a brilliant physicist, and his team, including his scientist daughter (Anne Hathaway) have two potential plans to save mankind, but only one involves saving the six-billion plus people on Earth.
14A, Action, 101 min
When John Wick (Keanu Reeves) fell head over heels in love with Helen (Bridget Moynahan) and married her, he retired from his life as a top assassin. They enjoyed five happy years together before she died following a lengthy illness.
Following the funeral, he receives a beagle puppy named Daisy as a posthumous gift from his late wife. Taking time to grieve, he bonds with the puppy, who becomes the focus of his life.
Everything changes when a young punk (Alfie Allen) and his friends break into John's home to steal his vintage car. Not knowing who he is in the underworld, they not only beat John up, but they wind up killing Daisy. John is dragged into his old life of violence, determined to seek revenge.
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14A, Thriller, 117 min
Lou Bloom (Jake Gyllenhaal) is not having much luck with his job search. After witnessing an accident, he quickly finds himself caught up in the underground and nocturnal world of freelance crime journalism, scouring Los Angeles for gruesome crime-scene footage.
Lou becomes entranced with this world and quickly progresses in the field, even beating the police to crime scenes. However, he begins taking risky libertiesincluding moving bodies to get a better shot. He finds himself in trouble with the law when he is accused of withholding information from the police in order to catch a murderer himself.
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14A, Horror, 89 min
Laine Morris (Olivia Cooke) convinces her group of friends to use a Ouija board to try to make contact with their recently deceased friend Debbie (Shelley Hennig). They return to where Debbie died in an attempt to reach her.
However, they get more than they signed up for when they end up awakening the dark spirits of the ancient board. They discover disturbing film footage Debbie recorded of herself after she found the Ouija board, leading up to her ultimate brutal death.
Now the friends are being haunted by the same darkness and they need to break the connection before they wind up like Debbie. However, the only way to break the connection is to play the game again.
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PG, Comedy, 103 min
A 12-year-old boy whose parents just got divorced begins to hang out with his next door neighbor Vincent (Bill Murray), a cantankerous, misanthropic war veteran.
The man teaches the boy all about gambling, fighting, stealing, and other guy stuff, to the horror of the local parish priest (Chris O'Dowd), who's offended by the terrible life lessons Vincent chooses to teach the impressionable kid.
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The Book of Life
G, Comedy, 95 min
This animated feature is about Manolo (Diego Luna), a young man who can't decide whether he should fulfill his family's expectations or follow his heart. While fighting for the affection of the beautiful Maria (Zoe Saldana) with another man, Joaquin (Channing Tatum), two spirits, La Muerte and Xibalba, make a bet on the outcome. In order to guarantee he’ll win the bet, Xibalba sends a snake to kill Manolo, separating him from Maria.
Manolo, still desperate to be with the woman he loves, embarks on a journey through three fantastical worlds to reunite with Maria in the human world before she marries Joaquin. The film is full of breathtaking visuals and unforgettable characters on an adventure spanning every world imaginable.
14A, Drama, 141 min
When successful big city lawyer Hank Palmer (Robert Downey Jr.) returns to his hometown for his mother's funeral, he finds out that his estranged father (Robert Duvall), esteemed Judge Joseph Palmer, is suspected of murdering a former defendant whom he failed to convict, and who went on to commit a horrific crime.
Hank sets out to discover the truth, and along the way, reconnects with the family he walked away from years before.
The Metropolitan Opera: Carmen
Drama, 210 min
One of the most popular operas of all time, Carmen "is about sex, violence, and racismand its corollary: freedom," says Olivier Award-winning director Richard Eyre about his new production of Bizet's drama. "It is one of the inalienably great works of art. It's sexy, in every sense. And I think it should be shocking." Elina Garanca sings the seductive gypsy of the title for the first time at the Met, opposite Roberto Alagna as the obsessed Don José.