New in theaters this week we have Pompeii starring Kit Harrington as a slave turned gladiator who must rescue his true love before Mount Vesuvius erupts.
New in theaters this week is the film version of Mark Helprin’s novel Winter’s Tale. Colin Farrell, Russell Crowe and Jennifer Connelly all star in this one.
We have a couple of big new movies opening this weekend. George Clooney wrote, directed and stars in The Monuments Men that is backed by an all-star cast.
New in theaters this week, we have action-spy-thriller Shadow Recruit starring Chris Pine as the 4th person to play Jack Ryan, the character created by the late author Tom Clancy.
The movie based on the true story of the greatest treasure hunt in history, “The Monuments Men”, opens in theaters nationwide on February 7, but the Kimbell Art Museum is hosting an exclusive screening at the Renzo Piano Pavilion this weekend.
New in theaters this week, we have The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug which is Director Peter Jackson’s latest journey into the fictional Middle Earth.
The latest Disney offering is about a kingdom thrown into an eternal winter. It can only be saved by the love of two sisters, voiced by Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel.
Fifty years ago today, President John F Kennedy was to have delivered a speech at the Dallas Trade Mart. The text of the speech was preserved and will be delivered in public for the first time tonight, in the form of a film.
New in theaters this week is Catching Fire the second in the popular Hunger Games series.
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!