New Movies In Theaters

Mark Wahlberg stars as an American agent tasked with helping a dubious informant (Iko Uwais) flee the country. Even with the help of an elite tactical team, the mission faces serious and deadly obstacles as they try to transport the man to a pick-up spot 22 miles away.

Alpha PG-13
Overall: B+

20,000 years ago, as Earth descended into a an Ice Age, a teen boy befriended a wolf. This is the story of their epic adventure.

Crazy Rich Asians PG-13
Overall: B-

When Rachel Chu (Constance Wu) travels from New York to Singapore to meet her boyfriend's (Henry Golding) family, she discovers he has not been completely truthful about his past life or his parent's wealth.

The Meg PG-13
Overall: B

Jason Statham takes on a different kind of villain than found in his usual action movies. In this tale, a mega-shark is attacking a deep-sea research station... and anything else foolish enough to go into the water.

Based on a true story, an African-American police officer named Ron Stallworth (played by John David Washington) attempts to infiltrate the Colorado chapter of the Ku Klux Klan, with some help form a white colleague (Adam Driver).

Slender Man PG-13
Overall: D+

For a lark, a group of teens decide to summon a super-natural being called "Slender Man". But the joke is on the youths when their call results in horrifying consequences.

Dog Days PG
Overall: A-

Amongst the residents of Los Angles are a group of people whose lives become entangled because of their shared love of dogs. This movie stars Nina Dobrev, Lauren Lapkus, Vanessa Hudgens and Eva Longoria-- plus a few cute canines.

Christopher Robin PG
Overall: A+

In the live-action/animation movie, a grown-up Christopher Robin (Ewan McGregor) is caught-up in adult problems. Then an old and forgotten friend (Winnie-the-Pooh -- voiced by Jim Cummings) helps him remember his childhood and look for joy in his life.

New Movies on DVD

Avengers: Infinity War PG-13
Overall: C+

Thanos (Josh Brolin) and his collection of Infinity Stones, present a new threat to Earth's survival, so the Avengers throw everything they have at this bad boy, including Captain America (Chris Evans) Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Spider-Man (Tom Holland), Thor( Chris Hemsworth), Black Panther(Chadwick Boseman), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), Dr. Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) and Gamora (Zoe Saldana).

When a couple of petty thieves (Robert Sheehan and Carlito Olivero) break not a house, they find a woman (Kerry Condon) who is being held against her will by the home owner (David Tennant). But their desire to help the victim put them in danger from her captor too.

Life of the Party PG-13
Overall: C

Deanna (Melissa McCarthy) is forced to reinvent herself after her husband leaves her, and her only child heads for college. So she decides to go to school too. Soon she is partying like a teenage, hanging with her daughter's friends, and hitting on the frat boys.

Breaking In PG-13
Overall: C+

A weekend away turns into a standoff between a mother (Gabrielle Union) and a group of criminals that are holding her children as hostages. One would think the woman wouldn't stand a chance at saving her kids -- but she is determined to prove them wrong.

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Upcoming New Movies

Aug
24

A.X.L.

PG
When Chuck (Thomas Jane) accidentally stumbles upon a robotic dog, he befriends the mechanical canine even though he knows the someone from the military will likely come looking for the high-tech creature.
Aug
24

The Happytime Murders

R
Director Brian Henson (son of Jim Henson -- creator of the Muppets) takes the popular children's show from the 1980s, throws in a human cop (Melissa McCarthy) and a puppet private eye (voice of Bill Barretta), plus an ample amount of crass humor, and presents a murder-mystery spoof fit to betray a long legacy of family-friendly entertainment.
Aug
24

Papillon

R
This autobiographical film follows the journey of Henri "Papillon" Charrière (play by Charlie Hunnam), a safecracker falsely accused of murder who tries to escape after he is sentenced to life in jail in a penal colony on Devil's island.
Aug
24

The Bookshop

PG
Florence Green (Emily Mortimer) opens a bookshop in an insular British town in 1959. Brimming with excitement about new books and new ideas, Florence meets with resistance when she sets up shop in a heritage building.

Upcoming DVD Releases

Aug
21

God’s Not Dead: A Light in Darkness

PG
After a church, built on a university campus, burns down, hard feelings are ignited between believers and non-believers.
Aug
21

Deadpool 2

R
This sequel continues the tale of Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds): aka Deadpool, along with spoofing the superhero genre.
Aug
21

Show Dogs

PG
Imagine the humiliation! A police dog named Max (voice of Ludacris) is assigned to go undercover with his his human partner (Will Arnett) to figure out some mysterious dealings at a big Dog Show. But the mission requires the tough Rottweiler to pretend he is a fancy show dog.
Aug
28

Tucker: The Man And His Dream

PG
Set in the 1940's, this Lucas/Coppola collaboration brings to film the historic tale of the plagued Tucker Torpedo and its ambitious creator who fights big business meddling and government red-tape to realize his American Dream.