Guild Cinema celebrates Thanksgiving with director Arthur Penn's 1969 adaptation of Arlo Guthrie's seriocomic anthem. Guthrie more or less plays himself, a hippie who hitchhikes, plays guitar, gets drafted, goes for an Army physical and hangs out with his Earth Mother pal Alice. Pete Seeger drops by at one point. There isn't much in the way of plot, but it's a pretty solid paean/memorial to the counterculture movement of the late '60s. 111 minutes R. (Opens Wednesday 11/25)
A grand total of 11 new, international, award-winning short films are spotlighted in this incredible animated collection. The techniques employed run the gamut from traditional hand-drawn cells to 3D computer graphics to stop-motion animation. Four mini-documentaries are even included, following some of the artists to their studios in Russia, Ireland, the US and Iran. 97 minutes Unrated. (Opens Friday 11/20)
Brad Pitt plays a famous writer suffering from that most boring of cinematic ailments, writer's block. He and his melancholic, Yves Saint Laurent-bedecked wife (real-life spouse Angelina Jolie) head to a picturesque hotel on the rural Maltese coast for some R&R. He drinks at the local tavern from dusk till dawn, and she wallows in bed all day. Occasionally they hook up to trade passive-aggressive barbs about their unhappy marriage. It's clear what Jolie (who also wrote and directed this one) was aiming for--a recreation of European art house films of the 1960s and '70s. The look is there, but the mopey narrative (what little there is) is a tedious slog to sit through. 132 minutes R. (Opens Thursday 11/19)
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Sylvester Stallone (who neither directs nor writes this film) takes a clever turn in this seventh Rocky movie by mostly staying out of the center ring. Written and directed by the man who gave us the gritty Fruitvale Station, this sporting drama focuses on the troubled son of late boxer Apollo Creed, who turns to Creed's old frenemy, former Heavyweight Champion Rocky Balboa, to serve as his trainer and mentor. Michael B. Jordan, last seen (or not) in Fantastic Four, is our young boxer-to-be. 132 minutes PG-13. (Opens Tuesday 9/24)
Back in 1981 filmmaker Penelope Spheeris turned her camera on the burgeoning punk scene in Los Angeles. In the process, she captured some of the earliest (and in some cases the only) footage of seminal punk bands like Black Flag, Catholic Discipline, Alice Bag Band, Circle Jerks, Germs, X, TSOL and Fear. 100 minutes Unrated. (Opens Friday 11/20)
The life of a black nerd (or "blerd," as the kids say) in a tough LA neighborhood threatens to change when he gets mixed up with a cornrowed beauty, an underground party and $100,000 worth of stolen drugs. Rick Famuyiwa (The Wood, Brown Sugar, Our Family Wedding) writes and directs this stylish flashback comedy, which has as much in common with the films of John Hughes as it does with the hip-hop exploitation flicks of the early '90s. 103 minutes (Opens Thursday 11/19)
Pixar and Disney imagine a world in which a rogue asteroid didn't wipe out the dinosaurs, allowing them to live hand-in-hand (so to speak) with humans. Jeffrey Wright, Frances McDormand, Anna Paquin and Sam Elliott provide some of the voices for this tale of a gentle Apatosaurus who makes an unlikely human friend while traveling through a mysterious primeval landscape. 100 minutes PG. (Opens Tuesday 11/24)
Jennifer Lawrence finally gets around to overthrowing the evil futuristic government in this, the fourth film of the Hunger Games trilogy. This surprisingly dark outing takes its time getting to the epic final seige. But fans will eat it up anyway. 137 minutes PG-13. (Opens Thursday 11/19)
Raj Tarun and Hebah Patel star in this romantic drama about a young man who falls in love with a hip, 21-year-old female (hence, the title) but can't seem to overcome his insecurities. In Telegu with English subtitles. Unrated. (Opens Thursday 11/19)
Writer-director Sebastían Silva (Crystal Fairy & the Magical Cactus) takes center stage as a Chilean artist in heavily gentrified, hipster-filled Brooklyn who lives with his carpenter boyfriend (Tunde Adebimpe) and dreams of conceiving a child with his best friend (Kristen Wiig). What starts out looking like a politically correct sitcom turns dark and nasty in the final stretch--tackling issues of death as well as life. It's the very definition of an audience splitter. 105 minutes R. (Opens Monday 11/23)
The makers of This Is the End and Neighbors turn their raunchy senses of humor toward the yuletide season. A man who's about to become a father for the first time (Seth Rogen) spends Christmas Eve with his two lifelong pals (Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Anthony Mackie) searching New York City for a legendary party. Booze, drugs, pervasive sexual content and general hijinks ensue. 101 minutes R. (Opens Thursday 11/19)
Rodgers and Hammerstein's romantic stage musical got the silver screen treatment but good in this 1955 version staring Gordon MacRae and Gloria Grahame. (Shirley Jones is in there too.) TCM brings it back to theaters for a 60th anniversary revival. 145 minutes Unrated. (Opens Sunday 11/22)
It's the 156th birthday of New Mexico outlaw Billy the Kid, and Guild Cinema is celebrating with a special screening of Sam Peckinpah's 1973 fictionalization of William Bonney's life and death. The film stars James Coburn as Pat Garrett and Kris Kristofferson as Billy. Film journalist and historian Jeff Berg will be on hand to introduce the film, and Pat Garret re-enactor Scott Green will make an appearance as well. 115 minutes R. (Opens Monday 11/23)
Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger's luscious 1948 update of Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale remains one of the most visually appealing musical romances in movie history. 133 minutes Unrated. (Opens Saturday 11/21)
A young mother (Brie Larson, last seen in Trainwreck) and her 5-year-old son live in a 10-by-10-foot room, completely cut off from the outside word. Mom attempts to raise young Jack (incredible newcomer Jacob Tremblay) in the best way she can. But when things begin to change in Room, she concocts a plan for Jack to escape. What follows is a fascinating existential drama in which Jack's perception of the universe is suddenly and violently expanded beyond the four tiny walls he's known for his entire life. Director Lenny Abrahamson (who gave us the wonderfully weird musical drama Frank) infuses this claustrophobic drama about growth and change with a palpable tension. He's helped immensely by his two stars, who share a thoroughly believable mother-and-son chemistry. FULL REVIEW:Claustrophobic, mother-and-son drama traps the world between four walls by Devin D. O’Leary (11/19/2015). 118 minutes R. (Opens Friday 11/20)
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Rising FBI investigators (Chiwitel Ejiofor and Julia Roberts) are torn apart when the teenage daughter of their district-attorney supervisor (Nicole Kidman) is brutally murdered. Thirteen years later, a shocking clue brings the unsolved case back to life. It's a remake of Juan José Campanella's Oscar-winning 2009 Argentine thriller of the same name. This one won't be winning any Oscars. 111 minutes PG-13. (Opens Thursday 11/19)
Garage punk pioneers The Seeds' odyssey from rags to riches to rags again is celebrated in this documentary featuring vintage 1960s TV and concert footage, rare photos and recent interviews with members, fans and fellow artists. Director Neil Norman will be on hand for post-film Q&As. Contact the theater for complete details. 110 minutes Unrated. (Opens Friday 11/20)
Actor/director Tom McCarthy (The Station Agent, The Visitor) writes and directs this serious, sweeping true story about how Boston Globe reporters uncovered a massive scandal of child molestation and cover-up within the local Catholic Archdiocese. This journalistic procedural lays as much blame on the media as the churches. The big cast (Mark Ruffalo, Michael Keaton, Rachel McAdams, Liev Schreiber, John Slattery, Stanley Tucci) is in rare form, and the muckraking script is gripping (if a bit prosaic). 128 minutes R. (Opens Thursday 11/19)
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Mary Shelley's Frankenstein gets the jokey, anachronistic "bro" treatment Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes got in the Robert Downey Jr./Jude Law movies. James McAvoy (X-Men: First Class) is the sexy Dr. Frankenstein, while Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter himself) is his decidedly un-hunchbacked assistant Igor. The script comes from hotshot screenwriter Max Landis (Chronicle, American Ultra). 109 minutes PG-13. (Opens Tuesday 11/24)
Back in 2010 a bunch of Chilean miners got trapped underground for more than two months. Their epic rescue played out on evening newscasts around the world. Here, then, is the fictionalized version of what happened. Basically they sat around in the dark and hoped they didn't die. It's inspiring as a tale of survival, but it's not particularly dramatic. Some of the actors (Antonio Banderas, notably) try hard. But the decision to shoot it in English with an international cast is ... odd. Gabriel Byrne wins the Weirdest Accent Award for his half-Spanish, half-Irish brogue. FULL REVIEW:Real-life drama about trapped miners can’t dig itself out of “inspirational biopic” trap by Devin D. O’Leary (11/12/2015). 127 minutes PG-13.
Steven Spielberg, in full history-nerd mode (Saving Private Ryan, Schindler's List, Lincoln, Amistad, Munich), deftly dramatizes the notorious 1960 U-2 spy plane incident. Tom Hanks (looking, these days, like a sad pencil eraser from the neck up--but remaining America's best "everyman" actor) stars as an upstanding Constitutional lawyer who volunteers to defend a Russian spy (esteemed stage actor Mark Rylance). Years later, he's called upon to help "trade" the spy for downed American pilot Francis Gary Powers. Surprisingly--given the low-key script from Joel and Ethan Coen--this well-spoken drama about jurisprudence and diplomacy maintains a beautiful tension. 142 minutes PG-13.
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Bradley Cooper stars as a sexy, egotistical celebrity chef who destroyed his career with drugs and bad behavior. Cleaned up and relocated to London, he tries to redeem himself by concentrating entirely on the food at a Michelin starred restaurant. You know what to expect from this sort of feel-good foodie porn: loving shots of tiny plates of food and a bit of romance (delivered with he help of British actress Sienna Miller). The script comes for Steven Knight, who also penned the very similar culinary film The Hundred-Foot Journey. 100 minutes R.
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Author R.L. Stine's iconic kiddy horror series Goosebumps gets a winkingly self-referential movie adaptation. Jack Black plays Stine, who teams up with his young daughter and a teenage boy after his imaginary monsters come to life in a tiny Maryland town. All your childhood favorites--from Slappy the Dummy to the Abominable Snowman of Pasadena--stop by for cameos. 103 minutes PG.
Genndy Tartakovsky ("Dexter's Laboratory," "Samurai Jack") returns to helm this cartoon sequel in which Dracula (voiced by Adam Sandler) tries to bring out the monster in his half-human. half-vampire grandson in order to keep his daughter Mavis (Selena Gomez) from leaving his now famous hotel. 89 minutes PG.
Robert De Niro is a bored retiree who gets an internship at an up-and-coming online retailer run by young go-getter Anne Hathaway. Writer-director Nancy Meyers (What Women Want, Something's Got to Give) has put together a genial crowd-pleaser, but the script never asks much heavy lifting of its characters, providing them with easy laughs and simple solutions whenever the spectre of actual drama rears its ugly head. FULL REVIEW:Nancy Meyers’ genial workplace comedy does the job it was hired to do by Devin D. O’Leary (9/24/2015). 121 minutes PG-13.
Vin Diesel is an immortal witch hunter who is the last person standing between New York City and the combined forces of the most horrifying witches in history. This means, of course, that our man Vin is required to swing a sword at a lot of CGI beasties and join forces with a sexy spellcaster (Rose Leslie from "Game of Thrones"). 106 minutes PG-13.
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Diane Keaton, John Goodman, Ed Helms, Alex Borstein, Amanda Seyfried, Alan Arkin, Marisa Tomei and Olivia Wilde star in this actor-stuffed comedy about four generations of a dysfunctional family getting together for their annual Christmas Eve celebration. Hijinks ensue. 106 minutes PG-13.
Matt Damon is an astronaut who gets left for dead on Mars after a manned mission goes horribly awry. Stuck on the red planet with only minimal supplies and his scientific mind, our hero must figure out a way to survive based on ingenuity, wit and spirit. Ridley Scott (Alien) directs. It's based, of course, on the best-selling book by Andy Weir. 141 minutes PG-13.
If you love inspirational, real-life sports movies like Rudy, then you'll love this inspirational, real-life sports movie that's exactly like Rudy. In fact, it was written by the same guy who wrote Rudy. It's about a scrappy little guy who wants more than anything to play football, but he's deemed "too small" to meet the usual athletic standards. But he trains really hard, meets a legendary coach, gets on the team and guides them to victory--just like Rudy! It's based on the book Courage Beyond the Game: The Freddie Steinmark Story. Aaron Eckhart (Erin Brockovich, The Dark Knight) is the coach. Finn Wittrock ("American Horror Story") is Rudy ... I mean, Freddie. 118 minutes PG.
This computer-animated update of the Peanuts TV specials we all grew up watching does fairly reverent job of mirroring the classic 2D style of artist Charles M. Schulz' famous comic strip characters. The thin story revolves around eternal loser Charlie Brown's attempts to woo the newly arrived Little Red-Headed Girl in school. The rest is running gags, cribbed from the comic strips and assembled by Bryan and Craig Schulz. Purists will probably still grouse, but it's a great jumping-off point for new fans of Snoopy and the gang. 93 minutes G.
In this singing, dancing, epically romantic (yes, it's Indian) remake of The Prince and the Pauper, a beloved king (Salman Khan) switches identities with an ordinary man who looks just like him. This is reportedly the 14th movie starring Salman Khan in which his character is named "Prem." In Hindi with English subtitles. 171 minutes Unrated.
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Emily Blunt stars as an idealistic FBI agent enlisted into a shadowy mission by a mysterious CIA agent (Josh Brolin) and his tight-lipped "advisor" (Benicio Del Toro). Ostensibly, the group is trying to stop the drug trade along the US/Mexico border. But as the operation grows more violent and secretive, our heroine begins to wonder what side of the fence she's really on. Director Denis Villeneuve (Incendies, Prisoners) directs this lightless thriller with all the grisly tension of Se7en. FULL REVIEW:Blunt, brutal drug war drama finds cops and robbers (but not good guys and bad guys) along the US-Mexico border by Devin D. O’Leary (10/1/2015). 121 minutes R.
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A "cryptic message from his past" sends superspy James Bond (Daniel Craig) on the trail of the sinister organization secretly responsible for so many of his greatest battles. Christoph Waltz (Django Unchained) in on bad guy and "explaining stuff" duty. The action is extremely Bond-like. And this is a tidy (perhaps too tidy) wrap-up of Craig's run as 007. If you haven't memorized the last three films, however, this one's overly intricate script will lose you in minutiae. 148 minutes PG-13.
Carey Mulligan (An Education), Anne-Marie Duff (The Magdalene Sisters), Helena Bonham-Carter (Fight Club) and Meryl Streep (everything really) star in this drama about the early days of the feminist movement, during which women who were forced underground for their political advocacy played a dangerous game of cat and mouse with the government. It's a surprisingly brutal and bleak look at civil disobedience, and the lead actresses are fierce--but the message-oriented story can't help but feel like a spoon full of medicine going down. 106 minutes PG-13.
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The latest Marvel Cinematic Universe offering is smaller than its fellow superhero movies in a number of ways. Paul Rudd is fine and dandy as a cat burglar recruited by an aging scientist (Michael Douglas) to don a powerful shrinking suit and fight the bad guys. The size-changing special effects are a blast, but the film is neither fish nor fowl. There's not enough humor to make it a comedy, and too little action to compete with the big boys of summer. It's perfectly entertaining in moments, but this one needed a lot more style and spark to avoid the "generic Marvel movie" pit it occasionally stumbles into. FULL REVIEW:Marvel gets small for latest addition to its cinematic universe by Devin D. O’Leary (7/23/2015). 117 minutes PG-13.
Johnny Depp finally puts his penchant for dressing up in odd costumes and playing with makeup to some serious purpose in this hard-hitting biopic about notorious South Boston mobster Whitey Bulger. Depp is striking and scary, but he's surrounded by other great actors as well: Joel Edgerton as a conflicted FBI agent, Benedict Cumberbatch as a state senator. It's not the greatest Mob movie ever made--it may not even be as good as Depp's Donnie Brasco--but it's a bracing return-to-form for Depp. 122 minutes R.
Jason Clarke, Josh Brolin, John Hawkes, Robin Wright and Emily Watson star in this high-altitude drama "inspried by the incredible true events surrounding a trecherous attempt to reach the summit of the world's highest mountain." In a nutshell, eight climbers died when they were caught in a blizzard back in 1996. Four other people died that year, making it the deadliest year atop Everest on record. Until 2014 when 18 people died. The moral: Never climb Mt. Everest. 121 minutes PG-13.
Pixar mixes up another can't-miss instaclassic. This stunningly original, digitally animated toon takes us inside the mind of an 11-year-old girl and introduces us to the anthropomorphized feelings at work inside her head. Chief among them is Joy (perfect Amy Poehler), who's stuck working with a bunch of negative Nellies (Sadness, Anger, Fear and Disgust). But when Joy and Sadness get lost in the recesses of the young girl's mind, the film warps from an inventive workplace comedy to a wildly imaginative, Willy Wonka-esque fantasy. It seems silly to say that a film about emotions is emotional, but trust me when I say this film has all the feels! FULL REVIEW:Pixar’s emotional new fantasy has all the feels by Devin D. O’Leary (6/25/2015). 94 minutes PG.
I'm not upset that Hollywood has decided to make a third Jurassic Park sequel. Because, you know, money. I am, however, ticked off that the fictional executives at InGen thought they could get away with this. Did someone at the corporation send out a memo saying, "Hey, everybody. Remember that dinosaur theme park we were trying to open? You know, the one where the tourists kept getting eaten over and over and over again? Well, we're pretty sure we've got all the kinks worked out. Fourth time's the charm!" I mean, come on. ... Ah, well, at least we've got Chris Pratt. He's cool. 124 minutes PG-13.
When will futuristic dystopian leaders learn? Never mess with teenagers; they'll bring you down every time. (See for reference: the Divergent series, the Hunger Games series, et al.). Despite its strict adherence to the tropes of the genre, the second installment of the Maze Runner series makes for some exciting post-apocalyptic entertainment. It's mostly a bunch of personality-deficient kids running from evil adults and the occasional zombie horde, but the pace is breathless and the production design is impeccably bleak. This one plays mighty fast and loose with James Dashner's original novels (which don't make a whole lot of sense anyway), so it's hard to tell how hardcore YA lit fans will react. But the mediocre script and gripping action is probably enough to carry audiences into a third film. 131 minutes PG-13.
The lovable yellow sidekicks from the Despicable Me films finally get their own spin-off. History tells us that the Minions have been around since the dawn of time, looking for evildoers to whom they can pledge their slavish devotion. This hectic, anarchy-driven toon takes us to swingin' '60s London where a trio of semi-moronic Minions try to help the world's first female supervillain (voiced by Sandra Bullock) steal the Crown Jewels. The plot is terribly inconsequential--but it's hard to deny the silly fun to be had along the way. 91 minutes PG.
Hollywood takes another uninspired stab at revamping J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan story. This one plays out as a "prequel," explaining how a 12-year-old orphan named Peter (Levi Miller) wound up in Neverland battling evil pirate Blackbeard (Hugh Jackman) alongside an adventurous young Hook (Garrett Hedlund). Joe Wright (Atonement, Pride & Prejudice) directs heavily tampered-with fantasy. 111 minutes PG.
A successful lobbyist (Sanaa Lathan, The Best Man) meets a charming IT expert (Michael Ealy, Think Like a Man) who appears to fit the title description. After the two jump into bed for some sexual satisfaction, however, he turns violent, jealous and vengeful. Basically, this bad romance thriller is a Lifetime network movie in the theater. 100 minutes PG-13.
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