Beauty and the Beast 3D
PG, Family, 129 min
When Belle (Emma Watson) goes looking for her missing father, Maurice (Kevin Kline), she finds him imprisoned in a tower within a dark castle belonging to The Beast (Dan Stevens). She offers herself up as a prisoner in exchange for her father's release.
Belle finds to her amazement that the inanimate objects in the castle are alive, and can talk. She makes friends with them and is told that the Beast is not as terrible as he appears. She slowly gets to know the softer side of the frightening creature, just as the townsfolk are preparing to rescue her.
Going in Style
PG, Comedy, 97 min
Three retired men and lifelong pals (Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman, Alan Arkin) lose their pensions when the company they've worked for their entire lives is sold to a foreign corporation.
Angry, and in need of money to survive, they decide to get literally get their payback by robbing the same bank that's withholding their hard-earned money. The elderly band of robbers risk it all, and it turns out that being a burglar in this day and age is not as easy as it looks. Hilarious hijinks ensue, and soon enough, the trio have an FBI agent (Matt Dillon) hot on their heels.
PG, Drama, 115 min
In Nova Scotia, Maud Lewis (Sally Hawkins), who suffers from severe arthritis, is hired as a housekeeper by reclusive local fish peddler Everett Lewis (Ethan Hawke).
Despite her crippled hands, Maud yearns to be independent and to live away from her overprotective family, but most of all, she wants to create art. An unlikely romance blossoms between herself and Everett, as she determinedly hones her skills despite her pain, and overcomes the physical challenge of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis.
She eventually rises to become one of Canada’s premier folk artists, whose paintings hang in The White House.
Canadian Connection: Filmed in Newfoundland. Several cast members are Canadian.
Smurfs: The Lost Village
G, Family, 89 min
Grounded by Papa Smurf (Mandy Patinkin) after they venture into the Forbidden Forest, Smurfette (Demi Lovato) and her brothers Brainy (Danny Puddi), Hefty (Joe Manganiello) and Clumsy (Jack McBrayer) feel disgruntled. Especially Smurfette.
When she accidentally crosses paths with a mysterious creature, she convinces her brothers to defy Papa Smurf in order to join her on a quest. The young Smurfs have heard of the Lost Village, but weren't sure it actually existed. Now they believe the mysterious creature must have come from there. On their journey, they discover an enchanted place where female warrior Smurfs live and hasten to warn them about the evil wizard Gargamel (Rainn Wilson).
The Fate of the Furious
PG, Action/Adventure, 136 min
With the crew exonerated, Dom (Vin Diesel) and Letty (Michelle Rodriguez) are enjoying their honeymoon, while Brian (Paul Walker) and Mia (Jordana Brewster) have decided to retire from the game. It seems the globetrotting "family," including Roman (Tyrese Gibson), Tej (Ludacris), and Luke (Dwayne Johnson), are able to settle down and lead a more normal life.
However, when Dom suddenly betrays them to team up with a dangerous criminal terrorist named Cipher (Charlize Theron), the team is thrown into disarray. When Letty pleads with them not to give up on Dom, they joins forces with a top secret government ops team led by Mr. Nobody (Kurt Russell) and team up with Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham) in order to help stop Dom and his new anarchist boss from committing unspeakable acts of terror.
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PG, Drama, 132 min
When Mack Philips (Sam Worthington) takes three of his children on a camping trip, his youngest daughter, Missy, goes missing. Evidence discovered in an abandoned shack leads authorities to believe she was kidnapped and murdered by a serial killer, although her body isn't found.
Four years later, Mack receives a note in his mailbox asking him to return to the shack. The note is signed from "Papa" and Mack suspects it could be from God, whom his wife Nan (Radha Mitchell) always refers to as "Papa." Against his better judgment, he accepts the invitation and finds something there that will change his life forever.
Canadian Connection: Based on the bestselling novel by Canadian author William Paul Young. The movie was filmed in British Columbia and several cast members are Canadian.
14, Thriller, 100 min
While trying to cope with the end of her marriage, a newly divorced woman named Tessa (Katherine Heigl) learns her husband, David (Geoff Stults), is happily moving on. His fiancée, Julia (Rosario Dawson), moves in with him and this move threatens her.
To Julia, this is a chance at happiness as she assumes the role of soon-to-be wife and stepmom. Meanwhile, although Tessa initially makes efforts to be friendly towards Julia, her jealousy and covetousness begin to take over. Tessa soon does everything in her power to take back the life she believes was stolen from her and convince her husband of the mistake he’s made.