What’s new at the movies?

Box Office Leaders

Ride Along PG13 A security guard tries to impress his future brother-in-law with his law enforcement skills which endanger both of them.

Lone Survivor R Four members of Seal Team 10 get trapped behind enemy lines on a mission to take out Taliban leader Ahmad Shahd.

Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit PG13 Ryan, prior to the CIA, is a stockbroker working for a billionaire who frames him for a terrorist plot.

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

The Nut Job PG A conniving squirrel, Surly, and his rat friend, Buddy, plan a major heist of a nut store but everything goes awry. Animated

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

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

August: Osage County R A family crisis reunites the strong-willed women of the Weston family with other dysfunctional family members.

Devil’s Due R A honeymoon night conception leads to an eerie pregnancy as the husband notices a sinister change in his expecting wife.

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

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.

12 Years a Slave R Based upon the autobiography of Solomon Northup, a free man is abducted in Washington D.C. and forced into slavery.

***Also Playing in Theaters***

47 Ronin, Anchorman 2, The Book Thief, Captain Phillips, The Great Beauty, Grudge Match, Her, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Inside Llewyn Davis, Nebraska, Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones, Philomena, Reaching for the Moon, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, Walking with Dinosaurs.

New in Theaters — January 24

I, Frankenstein PG13 Dr. Frankenstein’s creature still walks the Earth after 200 years and may hold the key for the survival of all humans. Stars: Aaron Eckhart, Bill Nighy, Yvonne Strahovski, Miranda Otto

Also Playing: 24 Exposures – Aatsinki: The Story of Arctic Cowboys – Gimme Shelter – Knights of Badassdom – Visitors

New on DVD — January 28

Last Vegas PG13 Four senior citizens head to Vegas to celebrate their friend’s wedding and re-discover their youth and friendships.

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 PG Inventor Flint is given a daring assignment to save the world while battling hybrid foes.

The Fifth Estate R Originally designed to expose government deception and corruption, WikiLeaks evolved into a major security threat.

Rush R This is the true story of two highly competitive Formula One drivers, James Hunt and Niki Lauda, pushing themselves to the limit.

Bad Grandpa R Jackass TV chronicles the road trip of an 86-year-old grandpa and his willing companion, his 8-year-old grandson.

Foreign, Classics, Documentaries

Formula One: The Movie, African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross, Metallica: Through the Never, Seasons of Gray, Nicholas Sparks, Bonnie &Clyde (TV movie), The April Fools, House of Bodies, Concussion, Written on Skin, Argento’s Dracula, A Perfect Man, Remnants, The Snow Queen, The War Between Men and Women, Stonados, Torture Chamber, The Italian Character, A Pony Tale, I Will Follow You into the Dark, Dark Touch, Madame Sin, I Used to Be Darker, The Cat, Vessel, It’s Better to Jump.

Animation: Pinky Elmyra & The Brain

TV Series: Downton Abbey s4, Treme s4, Vera set 3, Penguins: Spy in the Huddle

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