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Movies: From the silver screen to your couch


The following list includes movies available at local theaters, and movies that are available to watch through online streaming and video on demand services including: Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, Hulu, Vudu, FandangoNo­w, Apple TV+, YouTube, Disney+, HBO Max and more.


• “Ant-Man and The WaspQuantu­mania” (PG-13): New adventure of Marvel Studios superhero partners Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) and Hope Van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly) as Ant-Man and the Wasp. Also starring Michael Douglas, Michelle Pfeiffer, Jonathan Majors and Kathryn Newton. In theaters, Feb. 17.

• “Marlowe” (R): Detective Phillip Marlowe (Liam Neeson) becomes embroiled in an investigat­ion with a wealthy family in the late 1930s in Bay City, California. Also starring Diane Kruger, Jessica Lange and Daniela Melchior. In theaters, Feb. 15.

• “Of an Age” (R): Set in the summer of 1999as a 17-year-old Serbian born, Australian amateur ballroom dancer experience­s an unexpected and intense 24-hour romance with a friend’s older brother. Starring Thom Green, Toby Derrick, Hattie Hook and Elias Anton. In theaters, Feb. 17.

• “Magic Mike’s Last Dance” (R):

Mike Lane (Channing Tatum) reprises his role as Magic Mike in this third installmen­t of the franchise. He takes to the stage again when a business deal that went bad leaves him broke and bartending in Florida. Then he is lured to London with a wealthy socialite. Also starring Salma Hayek, Juliette Motamed and Matthew McConaughe­y.

• “80For Brady” (PG-13): Inspired by the true story of four best friends who take a wild trip to the 2017Super Bowl LI to see their hero Tom Brady play. Starring Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda, Rita Moreno, Sally Field and Tom Brady.

• “Knock at the Cabin” (R):

While vacationin­g at a remote cabin, a young girl and her parents are taken hostage by four armed strangers. Starring Dave Bautista, Jonathan Groff, Ben Aldridge and Nikki Amuka-Bird.

• “The Amazing Maurice”

(PG): Maurice is a streetwise ginger cat who comes up with a money-making scam by befriendin­g a group of talking rats. Animated film with voices of Emilia Clarke, Hugh Bonneville, Gemma Arterton and Himesh Patel.

• “Infinity Pool” (R): A couple on vacation venture outside the resort grounds and find themselves in a culture filled with violence and horror. Starring Mia Goth, Alexander Skarsgård, Cleopatra Coleman and Thomas Kretschman.

• “Fear” (R): A weekend vacation becomes a nightmare for a group of friends in this horror film. Starring King Bach, Joseph Sikora, T.I. and Terrence J., Annie Ilonzeh and Ruby Modine.

• “Maybe I Do” (PG-13): With their relationsh­ip at a crossroads, Michelle and Allen invite their parents to finally meet. As it turns out, their parents already know each other. Starring Emma Roberts, Richard Gere, Luke Bracey and Diane Keaton.

• “Missing” (PG-13): When her mother disappears while on vacation in Colombia with her new boyfriend, June searches for answers from her home in Los Angeles. Starring Storm Reid,

Nia Long, Megan Suri and Ken Leung.

• “Plane” (R): Pilot Brodie Torrance (Gerard Butler) saves his passengers from a lightning strike by making a risky landing on a war-torn island. When most of the passengers are taken hostage by dangerous rebels, the only person Torrance can count on for help is Louis Gaspare

(Mike Colter), an accused murderer who was being transporte­d by the FBI.

• “House Party” (R): Comedy film about aspiring club promoters and buddies Damon and

Kevin who are broke and in need of a huge windfall. Their solution is to host the party of the year at an exclusive mansion owned by NBA superstar LeBron James. Starring LeBron James, D.C. Young Fly, Jacob Latimore and Andrew Santino.

• “Shin Ultraman”: Japanese superhero Kaiju film starring Masami Nagasawa, Akari Hayami, Takumi Saitoh and Hideaki Anno.

• “M3GAN” (PG-13): Sci-fi horror film about a life-like doll programmed to be a child’s companion. Equipped with artificial intelligen­ce, the doll can listen, watch and learn as she becomes playmate, teacher and protector for a child. When the creator of the doll becomes the unexpected caretaker of her 8-year-old niece, she gives the girl a M3GAN prototype. Starring Allison Williams, Violet McGraw, Ronny Chieng and Brian Jordan Alvarez.

• “A Man Called Otto” (PG-13): A grumpy widower named Otto (Tom Hanks), has his life turned around when a lively young family moves in next door. Based on the New York Times bestseller, “A Man Called Ove”. Also starring Mariana Treviño, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo and Rachel Keller.

• “Puss in Boots-The Last Wish” (PG): DreamWorks Animation new adventure in the Shrek universe where daring outlaw Puss in Boots discovers that he has burned through eight of his nine lives and sets out to restore his nine lives. Starring Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek and Olivia Colman.

• “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” (PG-13): Musical drama about Whitney Houston, (Naomi Ackie) as she rises to fame in the 1980s. Also starring Stanley Tucci and Ashton Sanders.

• “Avatar-The Way of Water” (PG-13): Set more than a decade after the first film, “Avatar”, the new film centers on the Sully family (Jake, Neytiri and their children) and their battles to stay alive. Starring Sam Worthingto­n, Zoe Saldaña, Sigourney Weaver and Kate Winslet.

• “The Whale” (R): A reclusive English teacher tries to reconnect with his estranged teenage daughter. Starring Brendan Fraser, Sadie Sink, Ty Simpkins and Hong Chau.

• “Black Panther- Wakanda Forever” (PG-13): Marvel Studios’ new superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character Black Panther with the Wakandans fighting to protect their nation from intervenin­g world powers in the wake of King T’Challa’s death. Starring Angela Bassett, Letitia Wright, Winston Duke and Danai Gurira.

• “The Fabelmans” (PG-13):

A semi-autobiogra­phy based on Steven Spielberg’s own childhood growing up in Arizona, from age 7 to 18. Starring Michelle Williams, Paul Dano, Seth Rogen, Gabriel LaBelle. Directed by Steven Spielberg.


• “Sharper” (R): Motivation­s are suspect and expectatio­ns are turned upside down in this thriller set in New York City. Starring Julianne Moore, Sebastian Stan, Justice Smith and Brianna Middleton. Available on Apple TV+, Feb. 17.

“Your Place or Mine” (PG-13): Debbie (Reese Witherspoo­n) and Peter (Ashton Kutcher) are best friends and total opposites, who decide to swap houses for a week. Also starring Jesse Williams, Tig Notaro, Zoe Chao and Steve Zahn. Available on Netflix.

• “Alice Darling” (R): Pushed to the breaking point by her psychologi­cally abusive boyfriend, Alice rediscover­s herself and gains perspectiv­e while on vacation with two close girlfriend­s. Starring Anna Kendrick,

Kaniehtiio Horn, Charlie Carrick and Wunmi Mosaku.

• “Shotgun Wedding” (R): Darcy and Tom gather their families for a destinatio­n wedding, but the ceremony gets put on hold when gunmen take everyone hostage. Starring Jennifer Lopez, Josh Duhamel, Jennifer Coolidge and Lenny Kravitz. Available on Amazon Prime Video.

• “She is Love”: A divorced couple unexpected­ly cross paths at a country inn and rekindle a long-lost love. Starring Haley Bennett, Sam Riley, Michael Smiley and Rosa Robson.

• “Babylon” (R): A tale of ambition and excess, it traces the rise and fall of multiple characters during an era of decadence and depravity in early Hollywood. Starring Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie and Diego Calva.

• “You People” (R): Comedy about a new couple and their families who find themselves examining modern love and family dynamics amidst clashing cultures. Starring Jonah Hill, Lauren London, David Duchovny, Nia Long, with Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Eddie Murphy. Available on Netflix.

• “Pamela, A Love Story” (NR): An intimate and humanizing portrait of one of the world’s most famous blonde bombshells, Pamela, a love story follows the trajectory of Pamela Anderson’s life and career from small town girl to internatio­nal sex symbol, actress, activist and doting mother. Starring Pamela Anderson. Available on Netflix.

• “Ticket to Paradise” (PG13): George Clooney and Julia Roberts star as a divorced couple who team up and travel to Bali to stop their lovestruck daughter from making the same mistake they made 25 years ago.

• “The Son” (PG-13): The film centers on Peter (Hugh Jackman), whose busy life with his infant and new partner Beth (Vanessa Kirby) is upended when his ex-wife Kate (Laura Dern) appears at his door to discuss their son Nicholas (Zen McGrath), who is now a troubled teenager. Also starring Anthony Hopkins.

• “Strange World” (PG): Walt Disney Animation Studios’ adventure about a family of explorers, the Clades, as they attempt to navigate an uncharted, treacherou­s land alongside a motley crew that includes a mischievou­s blob, a three-legged dog and a slew of ravenous creatures. The voice cast includes Jake Gyllenhaal, Dennis Quaid,

Jaboukie Young-White and Lucy Liu. Available on Disney+.

• “Left Behind-Rise of the Antichrist” (PG-13): After millions of people vanish and the world falls into chaos, a charismati­c leader rises to lead the UN. However, his intentions are more sinister than they appear. Starring Kevin Sorbo, Braeden Sorbo, Neal McDonough and Sarah Fisher.

• “When You Finish Saving the World” (R): A mother and her teenage son can’t seem to connect, yet they try to find that bond in other people. She latches on to a young boy she meets at her women’s shelter, while her son falls in love with an extremely political student at his school. Starring Finn Wolfhard, Alisha Boe, Julianne Moore and Billy Bryk.

• “The Old Way” (R): Retired gunslinger Colton Briggs (Nicolas Cage) faces the consequenc­es of his past when the son of a man he murdered arrives to take his revenge. Also starring Ryan Kiera Armstrong, Noah Le Gros and Clint Howard.

• “White Noise” (R): Drama about a contempora­ry American family as they attempt to deal with everyday life while grappling with the mysteries of love, death, and the possibilit­y of happiness in an uncertain world. Starring Adam Driver, Greta Gerwig, Don Cheadle and Raffey Cassidy. Available on Netflix.

• “The Pale Blue Eye” (R):

The film is based on Louis Bayard’s novel of the same name. A cadet is found dead at West Point, on a morning in 1830. When the body arrives at the morgue, it’s discovered that the young man’s heart has been skillfully removed. The military academy’s leaders employ a local detective, Augustus Landor (Christian Bale), to solve the murder. Landor enlists the help of a cadet portraying a young Edgar Allan Poe (Harry Melling). Available on Netflix.

• “Devotion” (PG-13): Based on the true story of Jesse Brown, the first Black aviator in U.S. Naval history, and his friendship with fellow fighter pilot Tom Hudner. They helped to turn the tide in the most brutal battle in the Korean War, making them the Navy’s most celebrated wingmen. Starring Glen Powell, Jonathan Majors, Daren Kagasoff and Joe Jonas.

• “Triangle of Sadness” (R): A cruise for the super-rich sinks, leaving survivors, including a fashion model celebrity couple, trapped on an island. Starring Charlbi Dean Kriek, Harris Dickinson, Woody Harrelson and Dolly De Leon.

• “Glass Onion-A Knives

Out Mystery” (PG-13): In the follow up to Rian Johnson’s “Knives Out”, Detective Benoit Blanc travels to Greece to solve a mystery involving a new cast of suspects. Starring Daniel Craig, Edward Norton, Janelle Monáe, Kathryn Hahn and Leslie Odom Jr. Available on Netflix.

• “Bardo, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths” (R): The journey of Silverio, a Mexican journalist and documentar­y filmmaker living in Los Angeles, who receives a prestigiou­s internatio­nal award. He then returns to his native country where he experience­s an existentia­l crisis and grapples with his identity, familial relationsh­ips and memories. Starring Daniel Giménez Cacho, Griselda Siciliani, Ximena Lamadrid, and Iker Solano. Available on Netflix.

• “The Menu” (R): A couple (Anya Taylor-Joy and Nicholas Hoult) travels to a coastal island to eat at an exclusive restaurant where the chef (Ralph Fiennes) has prepared a lavish menu, with some shocking surprises.

• “Tad, the Lost Explorer and the Emerald Tablet” (PG):

New film in the Tad series, where Tad accidental­ly unleashes a curse that endangers the lives of his friends, and then sets out to save them. Animated, with voices of Luis Posada, Alexandra Jiménez, Michelle Jenner and José Corbacho.

• “Lyle Lyle Crocodile” (PG): When a family moves to New York City, their young son Josh struggles to adapt to his new school and friends. But that changes when he discovers Lyle, a singing crocodile (voice of Shawn Mendes) and the two become friends. Starring Javier Bardem, Constance Wu, Winslow Fegley.

• “Bones and All” (R): Based on the novel of the same name by Camille DeAngelis, the film stars Taylor Russell and Timothée Chalamet as two cannibalis­tic lovers who embark on a road trip across 1980’s America.

• “Violent Night” (R): A group of mercenarie­s attack the estate of a wealthy family on Christmas Eve, taking everyone hostage. However Santa Claus is on the grounds and they better watch out. Starring David Harbour, Beverly D’Angelo and Cam Gigandet.

• “I Heard the Bells”: The film tells the true story behind the Christmas carol and the author, Poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Starring Stephen Atherholt, Rachel Day Hughes and Jonathan Blair.

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