“42″ tells the story of Jackie Robinson when he joined the Brooklyn Dodgers and changed baseball forever. See what KRLD Film Critic Julie Fisk has to say about it.
“The Place Beyond the Pines” stars Ryan Gosling and Bradley Cooper as men from two very different backgrounds whose lives collide violently. It’s the latest from Derek Cianfrance, who also directed Gosling in “Blue Valentine.”
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The Host is based on a novel of the same name by Stephanie Meyer, who is famous for writing the Twilight saga. It’s about a woman who loses control of her body to an alien parasite.
First is Olympus Has Fallen, a thriller about a terrorist attack on the White House – the second is the animated comedy The Croods, about a prehistoric family on the verge of extinction.
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone stars Steve Carell as a famous Las Vegas magician who is forced to update his act.
Oz the Great and Powerful stars James Franco as Oscar Driggs, the carnival magician who takes a ride in a tornado and lands in Oz. It is a prequel to the iconic Wizard of Oz, so you’re recognize many of the locations they visit.
Jack the Giant Slayer stars Nicholas Hoult as the boy who bought the magic beans, but this time he has more than ONE giant to contend with.
Snitch stars Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as a father who goes undercover as a drug dealer to reduce his son’s prison sentence.
“A Good Day to Die Hard” is the fifth movie in this series. It once again stars Bruce Willis as cop John McClane, who chases Russian bad guys with his grown son.
Side Effects stars Rooney Mara as a woman who tries a new anti-depression drug with tragic results. It is the latest from director Steven Soderbergh, who insists that he’s retiring & this will be his last film. We’ll see about that!
Warm Bodies is the story of a zombie who starts to become human again after falling in love. It’s the latest from Director Jonathan Levine, who made a big splash with “50/50″ in 2011.