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Paul Blart (Kevin James) is still a mall cop. In this sequel he heads to Las Vegas for a security guard conference and ends up having to prove his tough side again.

Monkey Kingdom
Overall: A-

This Disney Nature documentary follows Maya, a blonde-bobbed monkey, as she tries to make a good life for her new son. But survival in the jungles of South Asia will prove to be more of a challenge than anticipated for the pair, along with their extend monkey family.

Shortly after Michael Finkel (Jonah Hill) was dismissed from his journalism job, he discovered Christian Longo (James Franco), a suspected murder, had been using his identity to evade authorities. A curious Finkel then contacted Longo, hoping to uncover his true story and redeem their lost reputations.

Told completely from the view of a computer screen, a chat group finds themselves targeted by a the ghost of a dead friend (Heather Sossaman) who appears to want real-life vengeance for on-line wrong doing.

Russia during the Stalin-era proves to be a challenging place to look for truth, or so learns Leo Demidov (Tom Harding) when his investigation into a series of child murders uncovers corruption in top officials.

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Big Eyes
Overall: B

Aspiring artist Margaret Keane (played by Amy Adams) is also a divorced single mom. But when she accepts a marriage proposal from Walter (Christoph Waltz) she doesn't realize his true love lies in trying to make money off her big-eyed portraits, which he claims as his own work.

As World War II engulfs Europe, children are sent from the cities to find safety in the countryside. But the group that gets sent to Eel Marsh House, will discover the dwelling's ghostly inhabitant instead.

Dreams of stardom intoxicate the Weiss family (John Cusack, Olivia Williams, Mia Wasikowska and Evan Bird), and torment a former child star (Julianne Moore) hoping for a comeback. As they try to follow their personal map to navigating Hollywood, each becomes more dysfunctional.

When his dog and cat start talking to him, Jerry (Ryan Reynolds) follows their advice, even though their killer suggestions are contrary to his placid personality.

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Coming Soon
In Theaters

Apr
24

Little Boy

Pepper Flynt Busbee (Jakob Salvati) may only be a little boy, but he has big faith. And if he believes strongly enough, he is sure he can bring his father (Michael Rapaport) safely back from the frontlines of World War II.
Apr
24

The Age of Adaline

On a dark and icy night, a strange thing happens to Adaline (Blake Lively). Inexplicably turned immortal, she wanders through the twentieth century until a chance for true love becomes something worth dying for.
May
1

Far From the Madding Crowd

Bathsheba Everdene (Carey Mulligan) has no shortage of male attention, but the strong-willed female is so busy defying the conventions of her Victorian world to make good decisions about love and marriage.
May
1

The Avengers: Age of Ultron

When a peacekeeping initiative by Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) goes horribly wrong, a villain named Ultron (James Spader) takes global dominion. Only the combined powers of the Avengers have any hope of making things right.

Coming Soon
to Home Video

Apr
21

Taken 3

In this third installment of the franchise, it is Bryan Mills' (Liam Neeson) reputation that is taken. Accused of murder, the ex-agent uses his former skills to track down the real killer.
Apr
21

Cake

A fascination with the suicide of Nina (Anna Kendrick), fellow member of her chronic pain support group, soon has Claire (Jennifer Aniston) getting involved with the dead woman's husband (Sam Worthington) and hallucinating about having conversations with her.
Apr
28

Paddington

Paddington (voice of Colin Firth) finds himself in a sticky situation in a London Train Station, until he is taken into the kindly care of the Brown Family (Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins).
Apr
28

Inherent Vice

Larry "Doc" Sportello (Joaquin Phoenix) is a private eye who's been around the block enough times to be suspicious of a tale of love, adultery and money -- even if it is an old girlfriend that wants him along for the ride.