Twenty years after the tragic death of their daughter, Samuel Mullins (Anthony LaPaglia) and his wife (Miranda Otto) welcome a nun (Stephanie Sigman) and several girls from an orphanage into their home.
One of the girls, Janice (Talitha Bateman), comes across a girl in one of the rooms and believes her to be the daughter of the Mullins. However, Samuel tells the girls his daughter has been dead for many years. Soon, the girls become the target of a possessed doll, Annabelle, as she sets her sights on the children and turns their shelter into a storm of horror.
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Jake Lawson (Gerard Butler) is a satellite designer who has recently been fired from his job and his younger brother Max (Jim Sturgess) has taken over. Jake was responsible for building a satellite program named Dutch Boy, which controlled the weather around the world.
Three years later, Dutch Boy has started malfunctioning. The system is causing deadly weather patterns, including deadly ice storms in Afghanistan and cyclones in India.
When the team realizes that Dutch Boy is causing these unexplained malfunctions, they decide to bring Jake back to fix the problem. Max has to join forces with Jake to stop Dutch Boy from wreaking havoc across the globe. Unfortunately, Dutch Boy isn't the only obstacle they will have to face.
Golmaal Again is yet another fun filled ride about two gangs who are unable to stand each other since their childhood and how they repulse each other even after they grow up. It is yet another hilarious adventure with its fair share of thrills that are sure to surprise the audience and fill their hearts with laughter and joy.
It is a film that will surely make everyone laugh, cry and realize the importance of how beautiful life is.Now playing at:
With a dashing pirate, a kidnapped maiden, and a dramatic shipwreck, Le Corsaire is a ballet that "bursts with dazzling ingredients" (The Washington Post).
In this new staging from Moscow's Bolshoi Ballet, famed choreographer Alexei Ratmansky and Yuri Burlaka refresh Petipa's original choreography, inspired by Lord Byron's poem, to make this classic a must-see for every ballet lover. Starring prima ballerina Svetlana Lunkina, Ruslan Skvortsov, Andrei Merkuriev and Nina Kaptsova.Now playing at:
Leatherface tells the terrifying origin tale of the murderous psychopathic killer. It begins with his youth as a child in Texas, when he's placed into a mental institution after being involved in a weird incident that wound up with the town sheriff's daughter dead. The boy grows into a troubled teen who manages to escape the confines of the mental hospital with other inmates.
The authorities begin their hunt for the young man, including the angry sheriff who is trying to avenge his daughter's death, but it will prove to be a gruesome affair as the young and deranged teen begins a violent rampage.
Starring: Stephen Dorff, Lily Taylor, Sam Strike, Sam Coleman, Vanessa GrasseNow playing at:
When a treacherous wildfire begins on Granite Mountain in Prescott, Arizona, a highly trained elite team of firefighters known as the Hotshots run towards it in an effort to get it under control before it threatens their community and their families.
Based a GQ article titled No Exitrecounting the true story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots.
The lives of wealthy Texas art dealer Ron Hall (Greg Kinnear) and homeless man Denver (Djimon Hounsou) become intertwined when Ron's wife Deborah (Renée Zellweger) urges him to volunteer at a mission.
Based on the memoir Same Kind of Different As Me: A Modern-Day Slave, an International Art Dealer, and the Unlikely Woman Who Bound Them by Ron Hall and Denver Moore.
A Muslim girl named Insia (Zaira Wasim), 14, dreams of becoming a famous singer. She plays guitar, but her strict father cuts the strings off so she can't play it. She secretly gets them fixed and, wearing a niqab to cover her face, she films herself singing and puts the videos on YouTube. The videos gain Insia a lot of attention, without anyone knowing who she really is.
In Hindi with English subtitles.
Starring: Zaira Wasim, Aamir Khan, Meher Vij, Raj Arjun, Tirth SharmaNow playing at:
All your favorite emojis live in the bustling city of Textopolis, hoping to be selected by their phone's user. Each emoji only has one facial expression — that is, with the exception of Gene (T.J. Miller), an exuberant emoji who, because he was born without a filter, has numerous expressions.
Instead of being happy to be diverse and unique, Gene just wants to be "normal" like the other emojis. He gets his best friend Hi-5 (James Corden) and notorious code breaker emoji Jailbreak (Anna Faris) to join him on an epic "app-venture" through the apps on the phone to find the code that will fix Gene. They soon encounter a greater danger that's threatening the phone and the fate of all emojis. The three unlikely friends have to move quickly or their world will be deleted forever.
Harry Hole (Michael Fassbender) is the lead detective of an elite crime squad that's investigating the disappearance of a woman whose pink scarf is mysteriously found wrapped around an ominous-looking snowman.
While uncovering information about the case, he begins to suspect that an elusive serial killer may be at work again. He comes to the realization that if he wants to prevent another murder from occurring before the next snowfall, he'll have to connect decades-old killings.
The secrets of the past threaten to unravel Ray's (Ben Mendelsohn) new life when a young woman named Una (Rooney Mara) unexpectedly comes looking for answers. Fifteen years earlier, when she was just 13, Una ran away with Ray, her middle-aged neighbor. Ray was subsequently arrested and imprisoned for having sex with a minor, while Una faced constant judgement and shame.
Years later, when Una comes across a photo of Ray in an article years later, she tracks him down to his workplace. Una's surprise appearance threatens to destroy Ray's new life and he wants nothing to do with her. But as buried memories surface, Una and Ray recall unanswered questions from their past, as well as unfinished longings.
Two years after the events that took place in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, the highly intelligent Caesar (Andy Serkis) and his ape colony are engaged in a heated battle with power-hungry humans. After witnessing the loss of several apes, Caesar is enraged and vows to avenge his fallen primates.
Just when they finally have a way out, the evil colonel (Woody Harrelson) makes his final play to defeat the apes once and for all. If Caesar wants to avenge his fallen friends, he will have to deal with a merciless Colonel first. Whichever way the battle goes, the fate of apes and the future of planet Earth hang in the balance.