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ABCs of Death 2 ABCs of Death 2 (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…This sequel brings 26 more stories about 26 more violent and grisly deaths.
Minions Minions (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…Based on the little yellow creatures in Despicable Me, this animation explores the origins of the Minions and their quest to seek out and serve evil masters.
Moana Moana (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…High adventure sets sail in this animated tale of an ocean voyage in the South Pacific.
Top Five Top Five (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…Andre (Chris Rock) is a successful comedy who'd like to try some serious acting. But the only offer he gets is to make his upcoming wedding part of his famous fiancĂ©'s reality-TV show.
Wild Wild (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…Cheryl Strayed's (Reese Witherspoon) wild life has led to loss and divorce. Desperate for a different path, she decides to hike more than a thousand miles of the Pacific Crest Trail all by herself.
Hot Tub Time Machine 2 Hot Tub Time Machine 2 (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…Expect more lewd humor in this sequel, when the pals (Rob Corddry, Adam Scott, Clark Duke, Craig Robinson) heat up the water once again so they can go back in time and order history to their liking.
Foxcatcher Foxcatcher (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…Dave and Mark Schultz (Mark Ruffalo and Channing Tatum) are Olympic class wrestlers looking to hone their skills at the privately run Foxcatcher National Training Center. But things don't go as planned because of the eccentricities of the facility's wealthy benefactor, John du Pont (Steve Carell).
The Imitation Game The Imitation Game (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…During World War II, the British government desperately needed to find a way to decipher enemy messages encrypted by the German Enigma machine. So they hired one of the best minds of the time -- Alan Turing (played by Benedict Cumberbatch).
Underdogs (Metegol) Underdogs (Metegol) (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…Amadeo (voice of Rupert Grint) is a great at football (called soccer in North America), as long as he plays the arcade version. When he is challenged to a real game by Grosso (voice of Diego Ramos), the characters from the foosball game come to life... and to Amadoe's rescue.
Paddington Paddington (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…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).
Horns Horns (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…Strange things are happening to Ig Perrish (Daniel Radcliffe). First his girlfriend (Juno Temple) is raped and murdered. Then horns start sprouting out of his head. Soon he looks like the Devil himself.
The Vatican Tapes (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
Little Boy (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
Hitman: Agent 47 (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
Focus (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
Scouts vs. Zombies (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
Jane Got a Gun (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
The Gunman (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
McFarland, USA (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
Kingsman: The Secret Service (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
Fifty Shades of Grey (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
SpongeBob: Sponge Out of Water (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
Nightcrawler Nightcrawler (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…Lou Bloom (Jake Gyllenhaal) crawls the streets of L.A at night capturing images from real crime scenes, and then selling the video to television newsrooms. Soon his dedication to this work supersedes a proper respect for his subject and the victims.
The Theory of Everything The Theory of Everything (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…This bio-drama depicts the life of Stephen Hawking, whose mind rose to academic heights in the world of physics, while his body battled a physically disabling disease.
Penguins of Madagascar Penguins of Madagascar (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…After starring in a supportive role, the Penguins of Madagascar helm their own movie. This time the intrepid flightless birds infiltrate the spy genre, becoming covert agents intent on saving the world -- if they don't inadvertently destroy it first.
Max (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…War is a traumatizing event -- for both humans and animals. So the family of the soldier that worked with the canine unit in Afghanistan, adopts his dog when it returns to the USA.
Big Eyes Big Eyes (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…Aspiring artist Margaret Keane (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.
Lazarus Lazarus (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…The science behind of a physician's power to heal appears to be getting a boost when some medical students discover a way to bring back the dead. This movie stars Olivia Wilde, Evan Peters and Mark Duplass.
The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…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 dwellings ghostly inhabitant instead.
Mortdecai Mortdecai (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…Whether bumbling is a fault or a clever disguise, Charles Mortdecai (Johnny Depp) seems very capable of using it to hide his more serious pursuits of dealing in stolen paintings and tracking down Nazi gold.
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