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Following the further adventures of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, this film finds computer hacker Lisbeth Salander and journalist Mikael Blomqvist investigating a web of spies, cybercriminals and corrupt government officials.

The Grinch PG
Overall: A-

This animated retelling of the classic book and TV special goes over familiar but heartwarming ground as the Grinch discovers that there is more to Christmas than trees, baubles, food, and gifts.

American Soldiers sent behind enemy lines on the eve of D-Day encounter much more than they bargained for when they reach a Nazi-occupied village. They soon find themselves fighting against supernatural forces.

Beautiful Boy R
Overall: C

Based on the pair of memoirs written by David and Nic Sheff, Beautiful Boy follows Nic and his family through his struggles with addiction.

Bohemian Rhapsody PG-13
Overall: B-

This Queen centered movie focuses on the incredible story of lead singer Freddie Mercury.

Clara enters another world - that of the Four Realms: lands of snowflakes, flowers, sugary sweets, and carnival amusements. Despite the lush surroundings and beautiful music, all is not well in these magical kingdoms. Can Clara find the courage to set things right?

Nobody’s Fool R
Overall: D

An ex-con comes home and discovers the man her sister is having an online relationship with may not be who he seems.

Hunter Killer R
Overall: C+

Rookie American submarine captain Joe Glass (Gerard Butler) is tasked with saving the Russian president.

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Duncan's (Chris O'Dowd) obsession with retired rock star Tucker Crowe (Ethan Hawke) has left his partner Annie (Rose Byrne) feeling trapped. When Annie meets Tucker, everything is about to change.

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.

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.

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Upcoming New Movies


Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

The second installment of the Fantastic Beasts franchise follows Newt Scamander as he pursues escaped dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald to Paris. Newt brings with him his friends from New York and the usual collection of fantastic beasts. Conflict, magic spells, and enchanting special effects are to be expected in this latest offering by Harry Potter creator JK Rowling.

Instant Family

Ellie (Rose Byrne) and Pete (Mark Wahlberg) adopt three children and have to quickly adapt to being parents.



Ralph Breaks the Internet

Not Rated
In this sequel to Wreck-It Ralph, the video game character (voice of John C. Reilly) breaks into the internet in search of a way to save the game Sugar Rush and his friend, Vanellope von Schweetz (voice of Sarah Silverman).

Upcoming Blu-ray/Streaming


Crazy Rich Asians

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.


A couple of adopted brothers (Jack Reynor and Myles Truitt) who discover a mysterious weapon quickly find themselves being chased by law enforcers, criminals and an alien army.

Little Italy

A young couple's love blossoms despite the long standing rivalry between their two families.


When his 16-year-old daughter (Sara Sohn) doesn't return after pulling an all-nighter with her school study group, David Kim (John Cho) reports her missing. To help the investigating detective (Debra Messing), David begins searching his daughter's laptop computer for clues. What he finds brings him little comfort or hope.