Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2
Opens November 19 at 7:00PM
Star Wars: Episode VII
Opens December 17 at 10PM
Ant Man - Paul Rudd is an acquired taste, but his Ant Man works as a sort of Marvel super hero. The movie develops very slowly but brings home the popcorn with a second half filled with ants, ants, ants.
Inside Out - The difference between Inside Out and Wreck It Ralph is degree of difficulty, chess versus checkers. Kids need both.
Jurassic World - Big budget dinosaur action movie that will be for this generation what Jurassic Park was for our generation. Worth seeing in XD 3D. Too many bodies getting chewed up for young children.
Minions - Take the kids and sit back. This will be their childhood "Gone With the Wind" as unintelligible little yellow things fill the screen with all kinds of mayhem. The 3D is acceptable though not absolutely required.
Mister Holmes - Sherlock Holmes at 93 solving a cold case.
Paper Towns - A teen story.
Pixels - For kids who have ever played a video game, this Adam Sandler creation is the best movie ever. It is as simple as that.
Southpaw - Boxing movie by in your face director Antoine Fuqua.
Terminator: Genysis - I love it especially because I can't follow it. Convoluted and dazzling at times (young Arnold vs. old Arnold is quite the treat), if you like the Terminator series, you should see this one before you hear anything more about it.
Trainwreck - A plain looking, hard partying Amy Schumer sleeps her way through life until she meets plain Bill Hader who lasts more than one night. Lebron James as Hader's friend adds to the hilarity in this adult R-rated sex rom com.