New in theaters this week is The Book Thief, based on the Markus Zusak novel of the same name. It stars Geoffrey Rush and Emily Watson as a couple who adopt a young girl at the onset of World War II.
Chris Hemsworth once again stars as the hammer-throwing god, but watch out for Lady Sif, too. She is played by Jaimie Alexander, who hails from Grapevine, Texas!
New in theaters this week we have the animated feature Free Birds, that tells the story about 2 turkeys who go back in time to get turkey off the Thanksgiving menu.
New in theaters this week is a film that’s already getting tons of Oscar buzz. It’s called 12 Years a Slave, and is based on the true story of Solomon Northup, a free man who was kidnapped and sold-into slavery.
New in theaters this week is the remake of the 1976 horror classic Carrie – based on Stephen King’s first published novel.
New in theaters this week is the thriller Prisoners, starring Hugh Jackman as a man whose daughter has been abducted and Jake Gyllenhaal as the detective who searches for her.
New in theaters this week is the sci-fi action thriller Riddick starring Vin Diesel. It’s third in the series that started with Pitch Black (2000) and The Chronicles of Riddick (2004).
A former racecar driver races around a small Bulgarian town to save his kidnapped wife. He does so in a customized Shelby Mustang Super Snake, and they actually totaled over 160 of them while filming!
Julie Fisk reviews the latest from Simon Pegg & Nick Frost, “The World’s End”, as well as Lake Bell’s ‘In A World’.
“Lee Daniels’ The Butler” stars Forest Whitaker as a man who worked as a White House Butler for 8 American Presidents. It is based on the true story of Eugene Allen, who also worked for multiple Presidents during his career at the White House.
The new sci-fi thriller Elysium stars Matt Damon as a man trapped on an Earth that has used up its natural resources and fallen into decay.
The new sci-fi thriller Pacific Rim is the latest from Director Guillermo del Toro. It pits Godzilla-like alien monsters against human-powered robots of the same size.