New Movies In Theaters

Skyscraper PG-13
Overall: B-

Will Sawyer (Dwayne Johnson), a former FBI Agent, has taken a new job as a security expert. While in Honk Kong assessing the safety of a new skyscraper, a fire breaks out. With his own family trapped inside the burning tower, Will must try to stop whoever is responsible for the blaze, as well as save the ones he loves.

Everyone needs a holiday -- even if they are immortal! So Mavis (voice of Selena Gomez) surprises her dad Dracula (voice of Adam Sandler) by booking a cruise. However, the vacation proves to be anything but smooth sailing for the group that sets out from the Hotel Transylvania.

Ant-Man and the Wasp PG-13
Overall: B

Just as Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) is settling into his responsibilities as a father, he is asked by Dr. Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) to put his family on hold and once again don the Ant-man suit. This time his mission involves working with The Wasp (Evangeline Lilly).

The Purge is an annual event where lawlessness is permitted. Have you ever wondered how such a tradition began? This film sets out to answer that.

Uncle Drew PG-13
Overall: B

Through a series of unfortunate events, Dax (Lil Rel Howery) finds himself desperately needing to win the prize money from the Rucker Classic street ball tournament in Harlem. To do so, he calls on old friends to be part of his team, and tries especially to recruit legendary basketball star Uncle Drew (played by NBA All-Star Kyrie Irving).

In this sequel, federal agent Matt Graver (Josh Brolin) again teams up with Alejandro (Benicio Del Toro) as the drug war on the US-Mexico border turns into trafficking terrorists as well.

This documentary looks at the life and achievements of Fred Rogers, the host of the long running, children's TV show, Mister Rogers' Neighborhood.

When an imminent volcanic eruption threatens to wipe out all life on the island that once housed the Jurassic World Theme Park, Owen and Claire (Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard) return on a mission to rescue the creatures that are still living there.

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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.

Truth or Dare PG-13
Overall: D

A group of young adults (Lucy Hale, Tyler Posey, Violett Beane, Hayden Szeto, Nolan Gerard Funk, Sophia Ali) get stuck in a deadly game of Truth or Dare. If you try to quit -- you're dead. If you try to lie -- you're dead. And even if you tell the truth, there still no guarantee you'll live.

Rampage PG-13
Overall: C+

Primatologist Davis Okoye (Dwayne Johnson) has become deeply attached to George, an extremely intelligent gorilla he has been tending for years. So when a genetic experiment goes wrong, turning the once gentle George into a rampaging animal, Davis sets out to find a way to stop his friend from going ape and destroying the world.

I Feel Pretty PG-13
Overall: C

Renee Bennett (Amy Schumer) is struggling with her less-than-perfect appearance until a head injury has her believing she is a beautiful, sexy woman. Although the rest of the world sees her the same way as before, Renee's new confidence makes her see the world completely differently.

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Upcoming New Movies

Jul
20

The Equalizer 2

R
Robert McCall (Denzel Washington) has become a law unto himself -- but he is torn between extending justice or mercy the someone he cares about is deserving of his usual rapid-fire retribution.
Jul
20

Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again!

PG-13
In this sequel to Mamma Mia!, Sophie (Amanda Seyfried) finds herself in the same kind of trouble her single mom Donna (Meryl Streep) was in many years ago. With the help of some friends (Christine Baranski, Julie Walters) she comes to know the story of the young Donna (played by Lily James), and finds a way to face the uncertainties of her own pregnancy and future.
Jul
20

Unfriended: Dark Web

R
A teen is pretty excited when gets a new laptop computer, until he starts to suspect the machine may be stolen. Worse yet, it appears the previous owner may now be watching his every move, desperate to retrieve his property.
Jul
27

Mission: Impossible - Fallout

Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and his IMF team find themselves facing the negative fallout of all their good intentions in this sixth movie of the Mission Impossible franchise.

Upcoming DVD Releases

Jul
24

Ready Player One

PG-13
The only way to escape the dreariness of life in 2045 is to escape to the OASIS. The virtual reality game lets players toy with anything or identity they came imagine. But a new challenge disrupts this pastime when the death of video game creator reveals he has hidden an Easter Egg in the program -- and the first person to find it will inherit his fortune.
Jul
31

Overboard

PG-13
Leonardo (Eugenio Derbez), a wealthy and self-centered yacht owner, washes ashore with no memory of his former life. So Kate (Anna Faris), his former mistreated employee, hatches a plan for revenge. She claims Leonardo is her husband, and takes him home to face the harsh realities of parenthood and working for a living.
Jul
31

Tully

R
When Marlo's (Charlize Theron) brother hires a nanny to help her out, the mother of three feels like his gesture is an unnecessary expense. But over time the tired parent comes to appreciate Tully (Mackenzie Davis) and depend upon her extra set of hands and unusually thoughtful nature.
Aug
7

Breaking In

PG-13
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.