Opening in theaters this weekend, September 26, 2014:
A young orphan boy named Eggs is adopted and raised by a bunch of quirky cave-dwelling trash collectors known as the Boxtrolls.
When the safety of his friends is threatened by the villainous Archibald Snatcher, Eggs must leave his home beneath the streets of Cheesebridge and journey above ground.
Boxtrolls is an adaptation of the children’s book “Here be monsters” by Alan Snow, brought to life by the team behind Coraline and Paranorman. Starring, Sir Ben Kingsley, Isaac Hempstead-Wright, Jared Harris, Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Elle Fanning and Richard Ayoade. Run time. 97 min.
Denzel Washington headlines this action packed film, from the director of Training Day. In the film he plays McCall, a mysterious man trying to leave his past behind by living a normal life in Boston.
Chloe Grace Moretz stars as Teri, a young girl (under the control of Russian gangsters) who befriends McCall. After she is brutalized in an attack, McCall pulls himself out of retirement and uses his special skill set to bring justice down on them.
Also starring, Bill Pullman, David Harbour, Martin Csokas and Melissa Leo. Run Time. 131 min.
This horror film from Spain, details five days in the lives of an exorcist and his granddaughter as they go about their mission to help those possessed by an infection of the soul known as The Evil One.
Starring, Alebert Baro, Marta Belmonte and Pepo Blasco. Run time. N/A
Days and Nights
Inspired by Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull, Days and Nights follows Elizabeth, an actress who travels to a lakeside estate to visit her family.
During the weekend a disastrous event leads the family from dysfunction to heart break. Starring, Katie Holmes, William Hurt, Ben Whishaw, Jean Reno, Juliet Rylance and Russell Means. Run Time. 92 min.
Jimi: All is by my side
Andre Benjamin stars as Jimi Hendrix in this revealing biopic, that covers a year in the life of Jimmy between 1966 and 1967.
Beginning with his start as an unknown backup guitarist in New York’s Cheetah Club all the way to his days in London, where he would leave his mark on the music scene and ultimately sign with Monterey Pop Triumph. Also starring, Hayley Atwell, Imogen Poots, and Andrew Buckley. Run time. 118 min.
The Two Faces of January
Based on the book by Patricia Highsmith, the Two Faces of January follows a wealthy American couple traveling through Greece in the 1960’s.
On their travels they meet a con-artist, entranced by their lifestyle and beauty. When an accident puts them all in danger, the trio’s allegiance is put to the test. Starring Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst and Oscar Isaac. Run Time. 96 min.