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Maps to the Stars Maps to the Stars (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…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.
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.
Before I Go To Sleep Before I Go To Sleep (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…Because of a traumatic blow to her head Christine Lucas (Nicole Kidman) wakes up with no memory of the day before. Both her husband (Colin Firth) and her Doctor (Mark Stron) claim they are trying to help -- but to figure out who tried to kill her she must put…
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.
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.
Whiplash Whiplash (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…Andrew (Miles Teller) is an aspiring jazz drummer lucky enough to be accepted into a prestigious music conservatory. There he meets an ambitious instructor (J.K. Simmons) who uses whip-like tactics to try and hone the young musician's talent.
John Wick John Wick (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…A hit man named John Wicks (Keanu Reeves) comes out of retirement when his former friends start gunning for him.
Laggies Laggies (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…When it comes to growing up, Megan (Keira Knightley) is lagging behind her peers. Wanting to avoid responsibility and a marriage proposal, the almost 30-year-old woman hides out at the home of a teenaged friend (Chloe Grace Moritz).
Ouija Ouija (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…Strange and dangerous things begin to happen after Elaine (Olivia Cooke) uses an old Ouija Board to try and make contact with her deceased friend (Shelley Hennig).
St. Vincent St. Vincent (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…Vincent (Bill Murray) is a slovenly alcoholic who inexplicably befriends his young neighbor (Jaeden Lieberher) after desperate circumstances force the boy's single mother (Melissa McCarthy) to use the vulgar man as a babysitter.
Birdman Birdman (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…Challenges attend the opening of a Broadway play by a has-been actor (Michael Keaton) trying to get a second curtain call on life. The cast includes Emma Stone, Zach Galifianakis, Edward Norton and Naomi Watts.
Men, Women & Children Men, Women & Children (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…Examining the affect the information age has had on the lives of men, women and children, this movie uses the tale of fictional characters to explore the way technology has become involved in the sex lives of adults, teens and youngsters.
The Book of Life The Book of Life (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…In this colorful animation, a contest for the hand of the lovely Maria (voice of Zoe Saldana) goes awry when those in the world of the dead interfere with her two suitors, Joaquin and Manolo (voices of Channing Tatum and Diego Luna).
Fury Fury (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…Sergeant Wardaddy (Brad Pitt) knows WWII may be nearing the end, but the killing isn't finished. If he and his crew are going to survive, they must push through enemy lines with only the protection of a Sherman tank nicknamed Fury.
The Best of Me The Best of Me (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…When fate brings Amanda Collier (Michelle Monaghan) and Dawson Cole (James Marsden) back to their hometown, thinking about their high school romance seems unavoidable. But can these old memories from the past overcome present obstacles and ignite new feelings for their future?
Kill The Messenger Kill The Messenger (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…This movie is based on the true story of investigative journalist Gary Webb (Jeremy Renner). When he tires to expose a connection between the CIA, Nicaraguan rebels and the US crack cocaine epidemic, he finds both his reputation and life in danger.
The Judge The Judge (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…Hank Palmer (Robert Downey Jr) takes on the toughest court case of his life when he decides to defend his estranged father (Robert Duvall) --who also happens to be a judge -- after the aging man is accused of murder.
The Good Lie The Good Lie (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…Carrie Davis (Reese Witherspoon) is forced to go above and beyond her job description as an employment councilor when she agrees to help three refugees from Sudan, Africa settle into a new life in America. This movie is based on the Lost Boys of Sudan.
Meet the Mormons Meet the Mormons (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…This documentary follows six members of the Mormon faith, looking at their divers lives and the ways they practice their religion.
Addicted Addicted (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…Zoe (Sharon Leal) has a husband (Boris Kodjoe) and family, as well as a career. Still, she is not satisfied. But when she pursues her sexual addiction, it threats to destroy all that is good in her life.
One Chance One Chance (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…Paul Potts received world recognition after he won Britain's Got Talent. But before that he was a shy, bullied boy with big dreams. This movie follows his life story, with James Corden playing the opera singer wannabe.
Dracula Untold Dracula Untold (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…Who knew? Before Dracula (Luke Evans) was a misunderstood monster, he was just a hero wanting to protect his family. But that softhearted back-story won't stop this movie from turning into a hardened war battle with plenty of blood-sucking action.
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…Alexander (Ed Oxenbould) and his family are about to prove the truth in the saying, "Things could always be worse," as one calamity leads to another on a Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.
Left Behind (2014) Left Behind (2014) (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…A pre-apocalyptic event causes millions of God-fearing people to vanish. Those left behind must now sort out the ensuing chaos, as well as their personal shortcomings.
Annabelle Annabelle (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…Following the horror movie pattern of turning innocent objects into things of terror, Annabelle depicts a creepy-looking child's doll leading to murder and mayhem.
Gone Girl Gone Girl (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2014)
…At first, every one feels sorry for Nick Dunne (Ben Affleck) when his wife (Rosamund Pike) mysteriously disappears on their wedding anniversary. But sympathy is replaced with suspicion as investigators uncover sobering facts about the true nature of the couple's relationship.
The Equalizer The Equalizer (Movie Reviews, Last Update Sep 2014)
…A former black ops commando (Denzel Washington) has dreams of a quiet retirement until the cruelty of the world around him reawakens his sense of justice.
The Boxtrolls The Boxtrolls (Movie Reviews, Last Update Sep 2014)
…A human boy (voice of Isaac Hempstead Wright) that was raised by an underground society of Boxtrolls, may be their best hope for stopping the persecution they endure from those who dwell above.
Hector and the Search for Happiness Hector and the Search for Happiness (Movie Reviews, Last Update Sep 2014)
…Tired of his boring routine, a psychiatrist named Hector (Simon Pegg) decides to take a global trip to research where happiness can be found.
Tusk Tusk (Movie Reviews, Last Update Sep 2014)
…Horror awaits an unsuspecting podcaster (Justin Long) after a madman tries to force him into becoming is a walrus -- using whatever torturous and sadistic means the villain's mind can devise.
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