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NEW FILMS: NOVEM­BER 13, 2015

By the Sea

R 132 min Drama | Ro­mance

Set in France dur­ing the mid-1970s, Vanessa, a for­mer dancer, and her hus­band Roland, an Amer­i­can writer, travel the coun­try to­gether. They seem to be grow­ing apart, but when they linger in one quiet, sea­side town they be­gin to draw close to some of its more vi­brant in­hab­i­tants, such as a lo­cal bar/café-keeper and a ho­tel owner. Di­rec­tor: An­gelina Jolie Stars: Brad Pitt, An­gelina Jolie, Mélanie Lau­rent, Melvil Poupaud

The 33

PG-13 120 min Bi­og­ra­phy | Drama | History

Dis­as­ter strikes on Aug. 5, 2010, as a cop­per and gold mine col­lapses in Chile, trap­ping 33 men un­der­ground. With more than 2,000 feet of rock in their way, mem­bers of a res­cue team work tire­lessly for 69 days to save the seem­ingly doomed crew. Be­neath the rub­ble, the min­ers be­gin an epic quest to sur­vive, con­tend­ing with suf­fo­cat­ing heat and the need for food and wa­ter. With fam­ily, friends and the rest of the world watch­ing, it be­comes a race against time and a true test of the hu­man spirit. Di­rec­tor: Pa­tri­cia Riggen Stars: An­to­nio Ban­deras, Ro­drigo San­toro, Juli­ette Binoche, James Brolin

James White

R 85 min Drama

James White is a trou­bled twenty-some­thing try­ing to stay afloat in a fren­zied New York City. He re­treats fur­ther into a self-de­struc­tive, he­do­nis­tic life­style, but as his mother bat­tles a se­ri­ous ill­ness James is forced to take con­trol of his life. As the pres­sure on him mounts, James must find new re­serves of strength or risk im­plod­ing com­pletely. Di­rec­tor: Josh Mond Stars: Christopher Ab­bott, Cyn­thia Nixon, Scott Mes­cudi, Ron Liv­ingston

En­ter­tain­ment

R 110 min Drama

En route to meet his es­tranged daugh­ter and at­tempt­ing to re­vive his dwin­dling ca­reer, a bro­ken, ag­ing co­me­dian plays

a string of dead-end shows in the Mo­jave desert. Di­rec­tor: Rick Alver­son Stars: Tye Sheri­dan, Michael Cera, Lotte Ver­beek, John C. Reilly

My All Amer­i­can PG 118 min Bi­og­ra­phy | Drama | Sport

What Fred­die Stein­mark wants most in the world is to play foot­ball. Deemed too small by the usual ath­letic stan­dards, his fa­ther trains him hard, and Fred­die brings a fight to the game that ul­ti­mately gets him no­ticed - by none other than leg­endary Univer­sity of Texas coach Dar­rell Royal. Awarded a schol­ar­ship and a chance to play for the Longhorns, Fred­die sets off to Austin de­ter­mined to make the team. Along­side his old team­mate Bobby Mitchell and new pal James Street they rise to the oc­cas­sion, giv­ing the Longhorns a real chance to turn the team around. But just when they’re rev­el­ing in the suc­cess of the sea­son, Fred­die suf­fers an in­jury that leads him to a shock­ing di­ag­no­sis and the big­gest chal­lenge he will ever face. Di­rec­tor: An­gelo Pizzo Stars: Finn Wit­trock, Sarah Bolger, Robin Tun­ney, Aaron Eck­hart

Kilo Two Bravo R 108 min Ad­ven­ture | Drama | Thriller | War

Ka­jaki Dam 2006. A com­pany of young Bri­tish sol­diers en­counter an un­ex­pected, ter­ri­fy­ing enemy. A dried-out river bed, and un­der ev­ery step the pos­si­bil­ity of an anti-per­son­nel mine. A mine that could cost you your leg - or your life. Di­rec­tor: Paul Katis Stars: David El­liot, Mark Stan­ley, Scott Kyle, Ben­jamin O’Ma­hony

NEW FILM: NOVEM­BER 20, 2015

The Night Be­fore R 101 min Com­edy

Ethan (Joseph Gor­don-Le­vitt), Isaac (Seth Ro­gen) and Chris (An­thony Mackie) have been friends since child­hood, and for a decade, their yearly Christ­mas Eve re­union has been an an­nual night of de­bauch­ery and hi­lar­ity. Now that they’re en­ter­ing adult­hood, the tra­di­tion is com­ing to an end, and to make it as mem­o­rable as pos­si­ble, they set out to find the Nutcracka Ball - the Holy Grail of Christ­mas par­ties. Di­rec­tor: Jonathan Levine Stars: Joseph Gor­don-Le­vitt, Lizzy Caplan, Seth Ro­gen, Mi­ley Cyrus

Se­cret in Their Eyes PG-13 111 min Mystery | Thriller

A tight-knit team of ris­ing in­ves­ti­ga­tors, along with their su­per­vi­sor, is sud­denly torn apart when they dis­cover that one of their own teenage daugh­ters has been bru­tally mur­dered. Di­rec­tor: Billy Ray Stars: Chi­we­tel Ejio­for, Ni­cole Kid­man, Ju­lia Roberts, Dean Nor­ris

Leg­end R 131 min Bi­og­ra­phy | Crime | Thriller

The film tells the story of the iden­ti­cal twin gang­sters Reg­gie and Ron­nie Kray, two of the most no­to­ri­ous crim­i­nals in Bri­tish history, and their or­gan­ised crime em­pire in the East End of Lon­don dur­ing the 1960s. Di­rec­tor: Brian Hel­ge­land Stars: Tom Hardy, Emily Brown­ing, Taron Eger­ton, Paul An­der­son

Carol R 118 min Drama | Ro­mance

Therese Be­livet (Rooney Mara) spots the beau­ti­ful, el­e­gant Carol (Cate Blanchett) pe­rus­ing the doll dis­plays in a 1950s Man­hat­tan depart­ment store. The two women de­velop a fast bond that be­comes a love with com­pli­cated con­se­quences Di­rec­tor: Todd Haynes Stars: Rooney Mara, Sarah Paulson, Cate Blanchett, Cory Michael Smith

#Hor­ror 90 min Drama | Hor­ror | Mystery | Thriller

In­spired by ac­tual events, a group of 12 year old girls face a night of hor­ror when the com­pul­sive ad­dic­tion of an on­line so­cial me­dia game turns a mo­ment of cy­ber bul­ly­ing into a night of in­san­ity. Di­rec­tor: Tara Subkoff Stars: Chloë Se­vi­gny, Taryn Man­ning, Natasha Ly­onne, Ti­mothy Hut­ton

NEW FILM: NOVEM­BER 27, 2015

The Good Di­nosaur PG An­i­ma­tion | Ad­ven­ture | Com­edy | Fam­ily | Fan­tasy

What if the as­ter­oid that for­ever changed life on Earth missed the planet com­pletely and gi­ant di­nosaurs never be­came ex­tinct? In this epic jour­ney into the world of di­nosaurs, an Apatosaurus named Arlo makes an un­likely hu­man friend. While trav­el­ing through a harsh and mys­te­ri­ous land­scape, Arlo learns the power of con­fronting his fears and dis­cov­ers what he is truly ca­pa­ble of. Di­rec­tor: Peter Sohn Stars: Ray­mond Ochoa, Jef­frey Wright, Steve Zahn, A.J. Buck­ley

Creed PG-13 132 min Drama | Sport

Ado­nis John­son (Michael B. Jor­dan) never knew his fa­mous fa­ther, box­ing cham­pion Apollo Creed, who died be­fore Ado­nis was born. How­ever, box­ing is in his blood, so he seeks out Rocky Bal­boa (Sylvester Stallone) and asks the re­tired champ to be his trainer. Rocky sees much of Apollo in Ado­nis, and agrees to men­tor him, even as he bat­tles an op­po­nent dead­lier than any in the ring. With Rocky’s help, Ado­nis soon gets a ti­tle shot, but whether he has the true heart of a fighter re­mains to be seen. Di­rec­tor: Ryan Coogler Stars: Sylvester Stallone, Michael B. Jor­dan, Tessa Thomp­son, Gra­ham McTav­ish

Vic­tor Franken­stein PG-13 109 min Drama | Hor­ror | Sci-Fi

Told from Igor’s per­spec­tive, we see the trou­bled young as­sis­tant’s dark ori­gins, his re­demp­tive friend­ship with the young med­i­cal stu­dent Vik­tor Von Franken­stein, and be­come eye­wit­nesses to the emer­gence of how Franken­stein be­came the man - and the leg­end - we know to­day. Di­rec­tor: Paul McGuigan Stars: Daniel Rad­cliffe, James McAvoy, Jes­sica Brown Findlay, An­drew Scott

The Dan­ish Girl R 120 min Bi­og­ra­phy | Drama

The re­mark­able love story in­spired by the lives of artists Lili Elbe and Gerda We­gener. Lili and Gerda’s mar­riage and work evolve as they nav­i­gate Lili’s ground­break­ing jour­ney as a trans­gen­der pioneer. Di­rec­tor: Tom Hooper Stars: Ali­cia Vikan­der, Am­ber Heard, Ed­die Red­mayne, Ben Whishaw

Killing Them Safely 100 min Doc­u­men­tary | Drama

In the early 2000s, two broth­ers found tremen­dous suc­cess when their com­pany be­gan sell­ing a de­vice that has been called ‘the big­gest revo­lu­tion in law en­force­ment since the ra­dio.’ But as their com­pany grew, they made de­ci­sions that would have last­ing im­pact on both the pub­lic and their in­creas­ingly skep­ti­cal cus­tomer base. Di­rec­tor: Nick Ber­ar­dini

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