New Movies In Theaters

Lion PG-13
Overall: A

As a five-year-old, Saroo (Sunny Pawer) was lost from his family in India. Adopted by an Australian couple (played by Nicole Kidman and David Denham), the boy grew to a man (now played by Dev Patel), yet the memories of his first family still haunted him. Against all odds, he now sets out to find his way back to his childhood home.

In an attempt to convince his boss (and sister) that he is capable of running a branch office, Josh (Jason Bateman) decides to host an office Christmas party that will impress her, as well as woo a potential client. But the big, brawling bash that ensues may prove just the opposite.

La La Land PG-13
Overall: A-

Life is almost like a musical for a jazz pianist (Ryan Gosling) when he falls in love with an aspiring actress (Emma Stone) in Los Angeles.

After the assassination of US President John F. Kennedy, his wife Jackie (played by Natalie Portman) puts on a stoic public face. This bio-pic looks at the private grief of the woman who lost her husband, takes on the role of single mother, and tries to preserve the legacy of her family's White House Years. '

Incarnate PG-13

Being confined to a wheelchair doesn’t handicap an exorcist from entering the minds of the possessed. But his past may be more of a handicap than he realizes as he works with a boy caught in the clutches of an usually powerful demon.

Loving PG-13
Overall: A-

Based on a true story of Richard and Mildred Loving (played Joel Egerton and Ruth Negga), this film follows the unlikely history makers who find themselves challenging the laws of the State of Virginia which prohibit the mixed-race couple from getting married and living together as husband and wife.

The right to bear arms comes into the crosshairs in this film about a political lobbyist (Jessica Chasten) who wants to pass gun control laws.

Rules Don’t Apply PG-13
Overall: C

Marla Mabrey (Lily Collins) wants to be an actress. Frank Forbes (Alden Ehrenreich) has ambitions too, so he's taken a stepping-stone job as a driver. But the rules of 1958 Hollywood society, and their mutual employer Howard Hughes (Warren Beatty), may rewrite everything the two think they know about the path to achieving their dreams.

New Movies on DVD

The Secret Life of Pets PG
Overall: B-

Do you know what your pet does while you're away? This animation about a group of cats, dogs, bunnies, etc. living in Manhattan depicts some of those mysterious and surprising goings-on.

Jason Bourne PG-13
Overall: B-

After suffering from amnesia and searching for years to discover who he was, Jason Bourne (Matt Damon) is now beginning to remember his past. But the rouge undercover agent is still having trouble reconciling what was and what is.

A Miracle on Christmas Lake Not Rated
Overall: B-

Christmas has never been a very merry time for Bobby Whiteside (Kristian Jackson). While trying to deal with the desertion of his father and the death of a friend, the teen shovels a skating path across an icy pond... and discovers a magical hockey rink.

Pete’s Dragon (2016) PG
Overall: A-

In this live-action remake of the 1977 Disney classic, Oakes Fegley plays Pete, a young orphan with an not-so-imaginary dragon for a friend.

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Upcoming New Movies

Dec
16

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

PG-13
The Star Wars Universe is the setting for this stand-alone tale that follows a new set of characters. Felicity Jones plays Jyn Erso, a member of The Rebellion who takes part in the covert operation to steal the plans to the Death Star.
Dec
16

Solace

R
An FBI agent (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) seeks the help of a greiving psychic (Anthony Hopkins) to track down a serial killer named Charles Ambrose (Colin Farrell) -- but it turns out that the killer may also have special powers of the mind.
Dec
16

Collateral Beauty

PG-13
A successful New York advertising executive (Will Smith) retreats from life after a personal tragedy. Not content to watch him isolate himself from the world, his friends come up with a plan to help him overcome his grief.
Dec
21

Passengers (2016)

PG-13
The passengers on board a spacecraft travelling to a distant colony, are supposed to hibernate throughout the duration of the trip. Unfortunately something goes wrong, and two of them (Chris Pratt, Jennifer Lawrence) are awakened 90 years before their expected arrival.

Upcoming DVD Releases

Dec
13

Ben-Hur 2016

PG-13
Move over Charlton Heston! Jack Huston is now starring in the title role of Ben-Hur, in this remake of the 1959 classic.The story follows a falsely accused Jewish nobleman (Huston) who questions his plans for vengeance after he meets Jesus Christ.
Dec
13

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

PG-13
When Jake (Asa Butterfield) uncovers the whereabouts of the School for Peculiar Children run by Miss Peregrine (Eva Green), he discovers the students have amazing powers... and some scary enemies.
Dec
13

Suicide Squad

PG-13
A secret government agency comes up with a plan for dealing with problematic super villains. Rather than keeping them locked up, the idea is to use their talents to take care of even worse troublemakers, and offer them shorter prison terms in exchange for their service. Thus the Suicide Squad is born.
Dec
13

Florence Foster Jenkins

PG-13
When Florence Foster Jenkins (Meryl Streep) set out to become a famous singer she had all the all the resources she needed in her beloved, wealthy and aristocratic husband (Hugh Grant). All she was missing was the talent.