New Movies In Theaters

Forever My Girl PG
Overall: B

After choosing his career over his fiancée (Jessica Rothe), Laim Page (Alex Roe) went on to a successful country music career. When he returns to his hometown eight-years later, he discovers his past still has a hold his heart.

12 Strong is based on the true story of a Special Forces team sent from America to Afghanistan after the 9/11 attacks. Their goal was to take down the Taliban -- and their method mixed state-of-the-art equipment with some old-fashioned military weapons. The film stars Chris Hemsworth, Michael Shannon and Michael Peña.

It is hard to tell who is bigger or badder: an elite unit of the LA County Sheriff's Department headed by Nick Flanagan (Gerard Butler) or a gang of bank robbers leaded by Tony 'Z' Zapata (Kaiwi Lyman). Perhaps will become clear during their showdown at the Federal Reserve Bank.

Racial prejudice simmers in 1892 when an army captain (Christian Bale) is commanded to escort a Cheyenne chief (Wes Studi) and his family from New Mexico to Montana. During the dangerous journey the group crosses paths with a grieving and vengeful woman (Rosamund Pike) whose loved ones were murdered.

Reynolds Woodcock (Daniel Day-Lewis) has made a name for himself as a dressmaker for the rich and famous of 1950's London. But the pattern of his life is ruffled with the arrival of a young woman (Vicky Krieps) who makes a few alterations to the bachelor's routine.

Paddington 2 PG
Overall: A

Paddington Bear (voice of Ben Whishaw) returns in this second adventure. This time the lovable marmalade-eater is taking on a few odd jobs to earn some spending money. Along the way, he runs into an oddly suspicious criminal. The movie also stars Hugh Grant, Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins and Julie Walters.

The Post PG-13
Overall: A-

Inspired by a true story, a female newspaper publisher (Meryl Streep) and her editor (Tom Hanks) go head-to-head against the US Government when officials try to suppress unfavorable stories and attempt to undermine the freedom of the press.

The Commuter PG-13
Overall: B+

Michael McCauley (Liam Neeson) is just an ordinary citizen, businessman and father. But one day, while commuting from work, he is approached by a pretty stranger (Vera Farmiga) who charmingly ensnares him in a deadly game.

New Movies on DVD

Blade Runner 2049 R
Overall: C+

A new blade runner, LAPD Officer K (Ryan Gosling) discovers a dark secret that has could jeopardize his struggling society. The only hope for the future appears to be tracking down Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), a former blade runner who disappeared thirty years earlier.

Happy Death Day PG-13
Overall: C

If you had to pick one day to live over again, would you chose a birthday? Well, Tree Gelbman (Jessica Rothe) wishes that wasn't the case for her because she has somehow gotten stuck reliving her big day ... and has discovered she gets snuffed out before the candles.

Using oil painted animation, this movie looks at the events surrounding the last days and death of Vincent van Gogh (Robert Gulaczyk). The story follows a young man (Douglas Booth) tasked with delivering a letter to the painter's next-of-kin, who ends up investigating uninsured questions about the artist's suicide.

Talk about a cold case! When a woman is murdered during a winter storm, and her scarf wrapped around the neck of a creepy snowman, Detective Harry Hole (Michael Fassbender) suspects a former serial killer has come out of hibernation -- and this time he must find the murderer before he strikes again.

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Upcoming New Movies


Maze Runner: The Death Cure

In tis third installment of The Maze Runner franchise, Thomas (Dylan O'Brien) sets out on a quest to find the cure for a The Flare, before the threatening disease becomes an epidemic.

The Leisure Seeker

John and Ella Spencer (Donald Sutherland and Helen Mirren) have spent many of their married years traveling in their old RV, nick-named The Leisure Seeker. Now, as each suffers from serious health problems, the couple escapes the constrains of their worried adult children (Janel Moloney, Christian McKay) and goes on one last voyage together.


Sarah Winchester (played by Helen Mirren) is the heir of the Winchester fortune, which was made from the sales of the Winchester firearms. She also fears she has inherited the blame for those killed by the weapon. And that shame is haunting her-- literally.

Fifty Shades Freed

Contrary to what the title of this third film in the Fifty Shades of Grey franchise suggests, Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson) and Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan) secure their turbulent relationship by tying the knot. It remains to bee seen if matrimony can free the pair from bonds of their past.

Upcoming DVD Releases


The Killing of a Sacred Deer

After the death of a patient, Dr. Steven Murphy (Colin Farrell) befriends the surviving son (Barry Keoghan). Soon after the surgeon's own children become mysteriously ill. When it appears the ailment is connected to the grieving teenaged boy, the doctor is forced to make some difficult decisions.


To stop a storm of global proportions, a man (Gerard Butler) is sent into space to adjust the satellites that control the world's climate. Meanwhile, another kind of tempest is brewing on Earth: one that involves using climate to take over the world.

Goodbye Christopher Robin

Winnie the Pooh may be a household name, but the lives of the young boy who owned the lovable teddy bear and the man who penned his tales, are not as familiar. This movie tells the true story of Christopher Robin (Will Tilston/ Alex Lather) and AA Milne (Domhnall Gleeson), exposing the sadder side of the fame that came from the classic children's stories.


Just when investigators believed the threats were over from the notorious killer Jigsaw (the man behind the terror featured in the Saw franchise), a new string of brutal murders occur. Is this a case of copy-cat crime or has the presumed-dead Jigsaw (Tobin Bell) returned?