Kung Fu Panda 3
(USA) Jack Black is back as Po, the dumplingloving panda savior. Reuniting with his long lost father (Bryan Cranston) and finding his true hometown, Po is tasked to train a band of clumsy pandas in the art of martial arts so that they can take on Kai (JK Simmons), the evil supernatural warrior who’s been sweeping across the country defeating Kung Fu masters. Opens Mar 17.
The Tag Along
(Taiwan) Cheng Wei-hao’s debut feature is inspired by the Taiwanese urban legend of the moxina, a mountain demon in the guise of a little girl in red, who steals children and the elderly. Tiffany Ann Hsu plays a woman trying to get to the bottom of the mystery when her boyfriend and his grandmother disappear. Opens Mar 17.
(USA) The story of Hollywood screenwriter
Dalton Trumbo comes to the big screen with Bryan Cranston in the lead role. Trumbo was blacklisted by the industry after being suspected of being Communist; Under a pseudonym, he went on to write the Academy Award-winning films, “Roman Holiday” and “The Brave One”—but was unable to take credit for either. Opens Mar 17. Youth
(Italy) Director Paolo Sorrentino, who won the 2014 Best Foreign Film Oscar for “The Great Beauty,” steps further into Hollywood with his newest drama. Meditating on age and youth, life and death, Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel play two old friends vacationing at a Swiss spa resort. Opens Mar 17.