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The Loft The Loft (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2015)
…It seemed like a good idea -- a group of friends sharing the rent on a loft that each can use for romantic rendezvous they'd rather keep secret. That was until no one would take responsibility for the body of a dead woman found in the apartment.
Black or White Black or White (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2015)
…Eloise (Jillian Estell) has been in the care of her grandfather (Kevin Costner) ever since the death of her mother. But when her grandmother pass away too, the other side of her family, namely Grandma Rowena (Octavia Spencer) petition for custody rights, exploiting their racial divide to help their case.
Leviathan Leviathan (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2015)
…The Russian town of Leviathan is at the mercy of a corrupt mayor (Roman Madyanov). When he threatens Nikolai's (Aleksey Serebryakov) family, the man enlists the help of an old friend (Vladimir Vdovichenkov) to help end the official's malevolent reign.
Red Army Red Army (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2015)
…This documentary looks at the Soviet hockey players known as The Red Army. It especially follows the career of the team captain Slava Fetisov, and how his life and the game reflected the politics of his day.
Cake Cake (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2015)
…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.
Mortdecai Mortdecai (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2015)
…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.
The Boy Next Door The Boy Next Door (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2015)
…Thanks to her recent divorce, Claire Peterson (Jennifer Lopez) sees no reason not to begin an affair with her handsome, younger neighbor (Ryan Guzman). But trouble dwells behind his pretty exterior.
Strange Magic Strange Magic (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2015)
…Based on Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, this animation tells the tale of a strange potion that works its magic on some unsuspecting woodland creatures.
Project Almanac Project Almanac (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2015)
…When a group of teens find an abandoned, experimental time machine, they tinker with it until they get it to work. But they soon discover changing the past also changes the future -- and not necessarily in favorable ways.
Two Days, One Night Two Days, One Night (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2015)
…When Sandra (Marion Cotillard) learns her co-workers have been offered a financial bonus if they agree to have her fired, she sets out to plead her own cause. And she only has the weekend to do so.
Paddington Paddington (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2015)
…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).
Force Majeure Force Majeure (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2015)
…The relationship of Tomas and Ebba (Johannes Bah Kuhnke, Lisa Loven Kongsli) is shaken up after the couple and their children narrowly escape an avalanche in the Swiss Alps -- and Tomas reacts by abandoning the family and trying to save himself.
Blackhat Blackhat (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2015)
…Convicted computer hacker Nicholas Hathaway (Chris Hemsworth) is promised his freedom if he can help the American and Chinese authorities track down an elusive cyber criminal.
The Wedding Ringer The Wedding Ringer (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2015)
…Sometimes you get exactly what you pay for, and the friendless Doug Harris (Josh Gad) is in that unenviable position when he is forced to hire a best man (Kevin Hart) for his wedding.
Spare Parts Spare Parts (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2015)
…Despite many disadvantages, four Hispanic high school students from Arizona are inspired by their teacher (George Lopez) to enter an underwater robotics competition, even if they have to build their project out of spare parts.
Still Alice Still Alice (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2015)
…Alice Howland (Julianne Moore) struggles to hang on to her memory and self-identity after she is diagnosed with Early-Onset Alzheimer's Disease.
Birdman Birdman (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2015)
…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.
Taken 3 Taken 3 (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2015)
…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.
Inherent Vice Inherent Vice (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2015)
…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.
Selma Selma (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2015)
…David Oyelowo stars as Martin Luther King Jr. in this bio-drama that explores the events leading up to the civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama. Tom Wilkinson plays President Lyndon Baines Johnson.
Tales From Earthsea Tales From Earthsea (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2015)
…The appearance of dragons signals a serious problem in the land of Earthsea. Concerned, the wandering wizard Sparrowhawk (voice of Timothy Dalton) begins a journey of investigation that crosses paths with a young and angst-ridden prince (voice of Matt Levin). This anime-style animation is based on a novel by Ursula…
The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2015)
…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.
American Sniper American Sniper (Movie Reviews, Last Update Dec 2014)
…Chris Kyle (played by Bradley Cooper) is a man with amazing skill with a rifle. Based on a true story, this movie follows his life as he serves his country as a Navy SEAL.
Big Eyes Big Eyes (Movie Reviews, Last Update Dec 2014)
…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.
Unbroken Unbroken (Movie Reviews, Last Update Dec 2014)
…This bio-drama tells the story of Louis Zamperini (played by Jack O'Connell) who was an Olympic runner before he entered World War II where his ability to be a true champion is challenged in a Japanese prisoner-of-war camp.
The Gambler The Gambler (Movie Reviews, Last Update Dec 2014)
…Gambling threatens to destroy Professor Jim Bennett (Mark Wahlberg), when he bets his life in a high-stakes game involving mob money.
Mr. Turner Mr. Turner (Movie Reviews, Last Update Dec 2014)
…A talent for creating beautiful art, doesn’t mean British painter J.M.W. Turner lead an equally beautiful life -- as this bio-drama sets out to prove.
Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb (Movie Reviews, Last Update Dec 2014)
…When it looks like there might be an end to the magic that brings the NYC museum collection to life, security guard Larry (Ben Stiller) heads to the British Museum in London hoping to learn how to preserve the power of the Egyptian tablet.
Annie (2014) Annie (2014) (Movie Reviews, Last Update Dec 2014)
…A brighter tomorrow appears for a parentless girl named Annie (Quvenzhané Wallis) when she catches the attention of wealthy, mayoral candidate Benjamin Stacks (Jamie Fox).
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies (Movie Reviews, Last Update Dec 2014)
…In this final chapter of the trilogy, the adventurers, Bilbo (Martin Freeman), Gandalf (Ian McKellen) and the Dwarves have found their way to Smaug's lair. But it is going to take a concerted effort to reclaim the treasure.
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