Contagion, Warrior and other flicks hit theaters today! We’ve got the full list for you below!
Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star (R), Comedy – A small town grocery bagger going nowhere in life discovers that his conservative parents were once adult film stars! Armed with the belief that he has found his destiny he packs up and heads out to LA looking to make a splash in the biz. Stars Nick Swardson, Stephen Dorff, and Christina Ricci.
Burke and Hare (NR), Comedy – The true story of 19th century graverobbers Burke and Hare who discover a lucrative business in providing cadavers for an Edinburgh medical school. Stars Simon Pegg, Dan Aykroyd, and Andy Serkis; directed by John Landis.
Contagion (PG-13), Thriller – An action-thriller that takes place in a worst case scenario of a deadly virus. Stars Kate Winslet, Jude Law, and Matt Damon.
Creature (R), Horror – A group of friends head out on a road trip to New Orleans. When the group decides to stop at a roadside convenience store they are introduced to the legend of Lockjaw, a Creature who is part man, part alligator. Their curiosity peaked, the group decides to head deeper into the swamps to check out the birthplace of this Creature and inadvertently unleash the Creature who terrorizes the group. Stars Sid Haig, Serinda Swan, and Mehcad Brooks.
Laugh At My Pain (NR), Documentary – Comedian Kevin Hart stars in the theatrical version of his 2011 LAUGH AT MY PAIN comedy tour. Catch the original, never-before-seen Raw and Uncut backstage footage, and travel back to Philly with Kevin Hart where he began his journey to become one of the funniest and most successful comedians of all time.
Main street (PG), Drama – Set in Durham, North Carolina, the story of a decaying small town and its desperate hope for renewal. Stars Ellen Burstyn, Patricia Clarkson, and Colin Firth.
Mere Brother Ki Dulhan (NR), Romance – A young man tries to arrange a marriage for his brother, but finds himself falling in love with the chosen fiancée. Stars Ali Abbas Zafar and Katrina Kaif.
Shaolin (R), Martial Arts – When a general is betrayed by a fellow general Cao Man he is forced into hiding and takes refuge with peaceful monks at their hidden mountain temple. As the days pass, he finds himself more and more at ease as he learns the ways of peace, and begins to release his hatred through Martial Zen. But the other general is not far behind, and war soon reaches the temple, where the monks are ready to fight back with their unstoppable Shaolin Kung Fu. Stars Andy Lau, Nicholas Tse, and Bingbing Fan.
Tanner Hall (R), Drama – Set in a boarding school, four teenage girls navigate adolescence while the adults in their world struggle with their own midlife hurdles. Stars Chris Kattan, Amy Sedaris, and Rooney Mara.
The Afterlight (NR), Drama – A young couple moves into an old schoolhouse on a desolate stretch of farm country. Hoping for a new beginning, their lives are instead drawn toward dark and unforeseen ends. Stars Michael Kelly, Rip Torn, and Jicky Schnee.
The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 (NR), Documentary – Documentary about the black power movement using previously unseen footage.
The Whale (NR), Documentary – A baby orca gets separated from his family and unexpectedly starts making contact with people along a scenic fjord called Nootka Sound. Narrated by Ryan Reynolds.
Warrior (PG-13), Drama – An ex-Marine to his hometown of Pittsburgh and enlists his father to train him for an MMA tournament awarding the biggest purse in the history of the sport. As he blazes a violent path towards the title prize his brother, a former MMA fighter unable to make ends meet as a public school teacher, returns to the amateur ring to provide for his family. Even though years have passed, recriminations and past betrayals keep the family estranged. Stars Tom Hardy, Nick Nolte, and Jennifer Morrison.
Where Soldiers Come From (NR), Documentary – From a snowy small town in Northern Michigan to the mountains of Afghanistan and back, the film follows the four-year journey of childhood friends and their town, forever changed by a faraway war. At its heart a story about growing up, the film is an intimate look at the young men who fight our wars, the families and town they come from, and the everyday struggles of their return.