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13 Hours: The Se­cret Sol­diers of the Beng­hazi

(USA) Michael Bay is back with yet more ex­plo­sions! It’s the (fic­tional) story of how six CIA se­cu­rity agents de­fended the Amer­i­can di­plo­matic com­pound dur­ing the Septem­ber 11, 2012 at­tack in Beng­hazi, Libya. Star­ring John Krasin­ski and his 5,000 new mus­cles. Opens Feb 18.


(USA) In the 1950s, rich sub­ur­ban house­wife Carol Aird (Cate Blanchett) is in the midst of a di­vorce. She’s drawn to depart­ment store clerk Therese Be­livet (Rooney Mara) and the two soon de­velop a clan­des­tine re­la­tion­ship—risk­ing Carol’s cus­tody bat­tle for her daugh­ter. With six Os­car nom­i­na­tions be­hind it (though not Best Pic­ture), this del­i­cate film is one to watch. Opens Feb 11.

Crouch­ing Tiger, Hid­den Dragon: Sword of Des­tiny

(USA/China) A se­quel to the 2000 Ang Lee clas­sic de­liv­ers yet more fly­ing Michelle Yeoh, joined by the long-haired Donnie Yen and Harry Shum Jr. Di­rected by leg­endary chore­og­ra­pher Yuen Woo-ping, this flick is a Net­flix Orig­i­nal pro­duc­tion: So we might even get to catch all the ac­tion legally at home! Opens Feb 18.


(USA) The ul­ti­mate tale of over­com­ing death for love… by be­com­ing a metafic­tional su­per­hero. Heart­throb Ryan Reynolds is Wade Wil­son, hired as­sas­sin with heal­ing pow­ers and a chip on his shoul­der. Marvel’s most twisted anti-hero fi­nally comes to the big screen, just in time for V-day. Bring your date! Opens Feb 9.

The Hate­ful Eight

(USA) Tarantino’s eighth film is blood­ier than ever. In post-Civil War Wy­oming, a bounty hunter named “The Hang­man” (Kurt Rus­sell) is trans­port­ing a high-value pris­oner (Jen­nifer Ja­son Leigh) for trial, when he meets a fel­low bounty hunter (Sa­muel L. Jack­son) along the way. Stuck in a bliz­zard, they find them­selves shacked up at a stage­coach pitstop along­side a group of strangers with a more poi­sonous in­tent than they let on. Opens Feb 18.

How to Be Sin­gle

(USA) Ah, the to­ken anti-Valen­tine’s re­lease. Sin­gles ev­ery­where can re­joice in val­i­da­tion of their solo girl ten­den­cies as Rebel Wil­son teaches us (and Dakota John­son) how to hoe it up in New York City. Amus­ingly, of course. Opens Feb 18.

The Mer­maid

(China) Stephen Chow’s at it again with an­other in­sane CGI-fu­eled frenzy, this time bring­ing the tit­u­lar wa­tery myth­i­cal crea­ture to the screen… with plenty of flimsy one-legged fish leg­gings and silly jokes to get you through the CNY hol­i­days. Opens Feb 8.


(USA) Based on the 2001 Pulitzer-prize-win­ning in­ves­ti­ga­tion in which a team of jour­nal­ists at The Bos­ton Globe dug into the case against John Geoghan, a Ro­man Catholic priest who was ac­cused of mo­lest­ing over 80 chil­dren—and it was only the tip of the ice­berg. Stars Mark Ruf­falo and Rachel McA­dams, who both got Os­car noms for their roles. Opens Feb 18.

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