Flickers: Box office leaders and more

Box Office Leaders

Frozen PG The kingdom is trapped in eternal winter unless Anna can find her sister Elsa and unleash her icy powers. – Disney animation

The Hobbit 2 PG13 Bilbo joins with Thorin, Gandalf, and the Dwarves to reclaim Lonely Mountain and the lost Dwarf Kingdom of Erebor.

Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones R Investigating a woman’s mysterious death, a small group discovers more than they wished.

American Hustle R Two brilliant con men cooperate with the FBI to bring down a group of New Jersey powerbrokers and the Mafia.

Anchorman 2 PG13 San Diego’s top anchorman, Ron Burgundy, and his crew return to take on a 24 news channel with great hilarity.

The Wolf of Wall Street R DiCaprio portrays Jordan Belfort, a wealthy star of Wall Street, who gets caught up in a corruption scandal.

Saving Mr. Banks PG13 This story unveils Walt Disney’s struggle to obtain the film rights to P.L. Travers infamous book, Mary Poppins.

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty PG Walter’s adventure fantasies soon threaten his own existence, and he must face his toughest challenge.

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire PG13 While on a Victor’s Tour of the districts, Katniss senses a rebellion taking place at the Capitol.

47 Ronin PG13 After a warlord kills their master, 47 fearless samurai join a rejected half-breed warrior, Kai, to restore honor to their village.

Walking with Dinosaurs PG Return to the time when dinosaurs ruled the Earth, and see a small dino become the hero of all dinosaurs.

***Also Playing in Theaters***

12 Years a Slave, The Book Thief, Captain Phillips, Ender’s Game, Grudge Match, Inside Llewyn Davis, Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, Philomena, Thor, Tyler Perry’s – A Madea Christmas

New in Theaters — January 10

The Legend of Hercules PG13 The half-god, half-man son of Zeus must fight his mortal stepfather, the king, and return peace to the kingdom. Stars: Kellan Lutz, Liam McIntyre, Scott Adkins, Liam Garrigan

Also Playing: The Adventurer: The Curse of the Midas Box – Banshee Chapter – Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo – The Great Flood – In Bloom

New on DVD — January 14

Lee Daniels’ The Butler PG13 Over three decades, an African-American butler serves eight American Presidents at the White House.

Riddick R Left for dead on a wasteland planet, Riddick must fight alien predators, hell-bent mercenaries, and a familiar lethal foe.

You’re Next R Ax-wielding home invaders descend upon the Davison family reunion, but a family member will turn the tables dramatically.

Enough Said PG13 A divorced parent adjusts to her daughter leaving for college and a new romance with her new friend’s ex-husband.

Carrie R In this horror remake, a shy outcast girl is ridiculed by her high school peers causing Carrie to release her telekinetic powers.

Foreign, Classics, Documentaries

20 Feet from Stardom , Fruitvale Station, Spectacular Now, Short Term 12, I’m in Love with a Church Girl, Big Sur, Gasland Part 2, Be My Valentine, Plus One, A.C.O.D., Separate but Equal, Blue Caprice, A Single Shot, Our Nixon, Out Loud, Underdogs, More to Love, Rewind This, No Night is too Long, Red Metal: Copper Strike of 1913, The Hospital, Silence, Greedy Lying Bastards, The Dain Curse, The Year of the Cannibals, Fresh Meat, Run, Four, Café de Flore, Take Me Home Tonight, Paradise: Hope, Terraferma, Voodoo Possession, Contradictions of Fair Hope, Against the Grain, No Weapon Shall Prosper

Animation: Naruto Shippuden Uncut Set 17, One Piece: Season 5 Voyage 5, Yu-Gi-Oh! Classic: s3, Marvel Knights: Wolverine vs. Sabretooth, Tad: The Lost Explorer, Totally Spies s3

TV Series: Top Gear 20, Last of the Summer Wine: Vintage 2001, The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis s2

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