‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’ opens Friday

Box Office Leaders

Transformers: Age of Extinction PG13 An auto mechanic and his daughter make a discovery that unleashes the Autobots & Decepticons.

Tammy R Tammy’s life is out of control, so she enlists Grandma’s help in going on a road trip to Niagara Falls creating mayhem on her journey.

Deliver Us from Evil R A NYC policeman joins with a priest skilled in exorcisms to combat a demonic force committing horrendous crimes.

Earth to Echo PG A trio of friends receives mysterious signals on their phones and discover an alien in need of their help in returning home.

22 Jump Street R Our two comedic officers are assigned as undercover cops at a local college and get an education they never expected.

How to Train Your Dragon 2 PG Hiccup and Toothless discover an ice cave that is home to hundreds of wild dragons and a new nemesis.

Maleficent PG A vengeful fairy places a curse upon an newborn princess who may be the last hope of achieving peace on the planet.

Think Like a Man Too PG13 The couples return to a Vegas wedding, but their drama and misadventures threaten the wedding event.

Jersey Boys R Four young men from New Jersey bring their voices together and create the 60’s singing group called The Four Seasons.

Edge of Tomorrow PG13 A Lt. Col. is thrown into a time loop as he relives each battle against an unstoppable alien race and gains strategy.

The Fault in Our Stars PG13 Two exceptional teens discover love and their common interests while being treated at a cancer center.

America: Imagine the World without Her PG13 An exploration of America’s past to better understand the future of this great nation.

***Also Playing in Theaters***

Begin Again, Belle, Blended, Chef, The Grand Seduction, Half of a Yellow Sun, Ida, Korengal, Obvious Child, Third Person, Violette, Words and Pictures, X-Men: Days of Future Past, Yves St. Laurent

New in Theaters — July 11

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes PG13 Genetically evolved apes battle the human survivors of a deadly virus to become the dominant species. Stars: Gary Oldman, Keri Russell, Andy Serkis

Also Playing: Boyhood – A Long Way Down – The Empty Hours (Las Horas Muertas) – Land Ho! – Rage

New on DVD — July 15

Rio 2 G Jewel, Blu, and the three kids leave Rio for a magical trip to the Amazon and meet an assortment of characters born to be wild. – Anim.

Under the Skin R An alien disguised as a voluptuous female lures isolated men into becoming her prey resulting in their disappearance.

Foreign, Classics, Documentaries

A Night in Old Mexico, Day Late & a Dollar Short, Hank and Asha, The Face of Love, Road to Paloma, Labyrinth, What Would You Do for Love, David Suchet: In the Footsteps of Saint Paul, Haumana, Ball of Fire, The Junior Spy Agency, In God’s Hands, Open Grave, Scanners, Torment, Wipers Times, Killer Legends, SX__Tape, Wrinkles, The Last Days, Trail, Bethlehem, Hercules Reborn, Thomas: Close to Jesus, Pickpocket, Interludes

Animation — Yu-Gi-Oh! Bonds Beyond Time, Lego: Legends of Chima s1pt2, Mononoke, Prince Planet: The Series, Primates of the Seven Seas

TV Series — Orphan Black s2, Hell on Wheels s3, Debbie Macomber’s Cedar Cove s1, Case Histories s2, How the West Was Won s2, Black Dynamite s1

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