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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.
Inherent Vice Inherent Vice (Movie Reviews, Last Update Dec 2014)
…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.
Top Five Top Five (Movie Reviews, Last Update Dec 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 fiancé's reality-TV show.
Exodus: Gods and Kings Exodus: Gods and Kings (Movie Reviews, Last Update Dec 2014)
…The Biblical story of Moses comes to the big screen (again), this time with Christian Bale playing the prophet that enabled the exodus of the Israelite slaves from Egypt's powerful ruler (Joel Edgerton).
Foxcatcher Foxcatcher (Movie Reviews, Last Update Dec 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).
Wild Wild (Movie Reviews, Last Update Dec 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.
The Imitation Game The Imitation Game (Movie Reviews, Last Update Dec 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).
The Pyramid The Pyramid (Movie Reviews, Last Update Dec 2014)
…A group of archaeologists are excited when they discover a new pyramid hidden under the Egyptian sand. But when they hungrily begin to explore its depths, they learn some long-buried creature is just as excited to devour them.
Dying of the Light Dying of the Light (Movie Reviews, Last Update Dec 2014)
…Even though Evan Lake (Nicholas Cage) has been told he needs to retire from the CIA, the long-time agent isn't quitting until he completes unfinished business with an old enemy (Alexander Karim).
Penguins of Madagascar Penguins of Madagascar (Movie Reviews, Last Update Nov 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.
Horrible Bosses 2 Horrible Bosses 2 (Movie Reviews, Last Update Nov 2014)
…After trying to kill their bosses in the first movie, Dale, Kurt and Nick (Charlie Day, Jason Sudeikis and Jason Bateman) try their hand at kidnapping this time. Although the crimes may be different, the crass humor and rude antics are just the same.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 (Movie Reviews, Last Update Nov 2014)
…Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) is compelled to be the new face of the rebellion only to discover the capitol has created their own publicity campaign in this war of words and bullets.
The Homesman The Homesman (Movie Reviews, Last Update Nov 2014)
…Mary Bee Cuddy (Hilary Swank) has taken on a task that is bigger than her ability: to transport three woman who have been driven insane by rugged, frontier life. And the only help she can get for the dangerous journey from Nebraska to Iowa is a mysterious drifter named George…
Citizenfour Citizenfour (Movie Reviews, Last Update Nov 2014)
…This documentary follows several meetings filmmaker Laura Poitras and reporter Glenn Greenwald had with a mysterious informant accusing the NSA (National Security Agency) of illegal invasions of privacy. The man is now known to the world: Edward Snowden.
Dumb and Dumber To Dumb and Dumber To (Movie Reviews, Last Update Nov 2014)
…Twenty years may have gone by since the first movie starring Harry and Lloyd (Jeff Daniels and Jim Carrey), but that's still not long enough for this pair to have out grown their crude behavior and crass humor.
Wolves Wolves (Movie Reviews, Last Update Nov 2014)
…Cayden Richards (Lucas Till) is lost after the his parents are murdered until a crazy man (John Pyper-Ferguson) suggests he look for answers in Lupine Ridge -- a town with a history of werewolves.
Rosewater Rosewater (Movie Reviews, Last Update Nov 2014)
…While on assignment in Iran in 2009, Newsweek journalist Maziar Bahari (played by Gael García Bernal) was imprisoned, questioned and tortured. One of the reasons his captors claimed he was a covert agent was because he had previously appeared on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, in a comedy sketch…
Beyond the Lights Beyond the Lights (Movie Reviews, Last Update Nov 2014)
…Noni Jean (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) has a beautiful voice, but the pressure to use her talent to become a super star may drive the young woman to the edge of her sanity.
The Theory of Everything The Theory of Everything (Movie Reviews, Last Update Nov 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.
Big Hero 6 Big Hero 6 (Movie Reviews, Last Update Nov 2014)
…The best friend of child genius Hiro Hamada (voice of Ryan Potter) is an inflatable robot named Baymax (voice of Scott Adsit). But Hiro and his puffy pal can't take on a new villain on their own. So Hiro recruits some extra help -- and calls the high-tech team Big…
Interstellar Interstellar (Movie Reviews, Last Update Nov 2014)
…To save an ailing world a man (Matthew McConaughey) agrees to leave his family behind and make a risky interstellar journey. This film, directed by Christopher Nolan and written by his brother Jonathan Nolan, also stars Anne Hathaway, and Jessica Chastain.
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…
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.
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).
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.
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