Mirror Mirror, Wrath of the Titans and other films hit theaters this weekend! We have the full list for you all below!
Bully (NR), Documentary – Following five kids and families over the course of a school year, the film confronts bullying’s most tragic outcomes, including the stories of two families who’ve lost children to suicide and a mother who waits to learn the fate of her 14 year-old daughter, incarcerated after bringing a gun on her school bus. With rare access to the Sioux City Community School District, the film also gives an intimate glimpse into school busses, classrooms, cafeterias and even principles offices, offering insight into the often-cruel world of children, as teachers, administrators and parents struggle to find answers.
Dark Tide (PG-13), Action – A female diving instructor returns to the deep after a near-fatal incident with a Great White shark. Stars Halle Berry.
Goon (R), Comedy – A bouncer has been touched by the fist of God. Upon discovering both his right hook and skates, he joins a downtrodden hockey team and inspires them into new heights. Jay Baruchel is Glatt’s best friend. Alison Pill plays the female lead role of while Marc-Andre Grondin plays a French-Canadian star hockey player. Stars Baruchel, Seann William Scott, and Alison Pill.
I Kissed a Vampire (NR), Musical – A desperate teen tries to save himself and the girl he loves after discovering he’s transforming into a vampire. Stars Lucas Grabeel.
Intruders (R), Thriller – In Spain, a mother tries to protect her son from a faceless stranger, while in Britain, a young girl has terrifying dreams of a demon who becomes a real danger to her and her family. Stars Clive Owen, Daniel Bruhl, and Carice van Houten.
Mirror Mirror (PG), Adventure – A dark twist on the classic fairy tale, in which Snow White and the seven dwarfs look to reclaim their destroyed kingdom. Stars Julia Roberts, Armie Hammer, and Lily Collins.
The Beat Hotel (NR), Documentary – The legacy of the American Beats in Paris during the heady years between 1957 and 1963, when Allen Ginsberg, Peter Orlovsky and Gregory Corso fled the obscenity trials in the United States surrounding the publication of Ginsberg’s poem Howl. They took refuge in a cheap no-name hotel they had heard about at 9, Rue Git le Coeur and were soon joined by William Burroughs, Ian Somerville, Brion Gysin, and others from England and elsewhere in Europe, seeking out the freedom that the Latin Quarter of Paris might provide.
Turn Me On, Dammit! (NR), Comedy – In Skoddeheimen, Norway, 15-year-old Alma is consumed by her hormones and fantasies that range from sweetly romantic images of Artur, the boyfriend she yearns for, to daydreams about practically everybody she lays eyes on.
Wrath of the Titans (PG-13), Action – After Ares betrays Zeus to the Titans, Perseus treks to the underworld to rescue Zeus, overthrow the Titans and save mankind. Stars Sam Worthington, Ralph Fiennes, and Liam Neeson.