Based on the popular '70s television series of the same name, this spoof film adaptation centers around an FBI agent who is given the alias Francis "Ponch" Poncherello (Michael Peña) and rookie Jon Baker (Dax Shepard).
The two meet when they're put together as partners to go undercover to expose crooked cops within the California Highway Patrol. Jon is excited about it, because he feels the fancy new uniform will impress his wife and save his marriage. While Ponch feels Jon is too intimate with other people, Jon sees Ponch as being too tough and lacking emotion and has a great time teasing him about it.
When they discover the dirty cops are carjackers, led by Vic Brown (Vincent D’Onofrio), they have to come up with a plan to take them down.
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Seventy years before Harry Potter reads writer Newt Scamander's (Eddie Redmayne) book in school, the author enjoys adventures in New York's secret community of witches and wizards.
The spinoff film takes place in 1926, as Newt travels the globe to find and document magical creatures. But after completing a global excursion and arriving in New York for a brief stopover, his misplaced magical case leads to the escape of some of Newt's fantastic beasts in the No-Maj (American equivalent of "Muggle") world.
Based on the novel written by famed author J.K. Rowling, who wrote the Harry Potter books. She also wrote the screenplay for this movie.
The six-person crew aboard the International Space Station includes Roy Adams (Ryan Reynolds), David Jordan (Jake Gyllenhaal) and others. They're initially excited when a Rover discovers the first evidence of life on Mars. Contained in a petri dish, the alien life form is taken aboard their ship.
The crew is elated, but their excitement soon takes a turn when the creature, which initially appeared harmless, attacks one of the astronauts (Ariyon Bakare). The sudden attack creates terror and uncertainty among the crew as they try to figure out what to do in order to make sure the alien does not come with them back to Earth, where it could become a massive threat to humans.
Set in Punjab, Phillauri is about an NRI Punjabi boy named Kanan who returns to India to get married to his childhood sweetheart. As luck would have it, his horoscope reads that he is a Manglik and that he would need to marry a tree before he can marry Anu to ward off any threat to his love life.
Grudgingly he gets married to the tree and to his shock, he finds himself being trailed by an unearthly entity who is revealed as Shashi - the friendly spirit.
Shashi used to live on the tree and when Kanan married the tree and then the family chopped it down as a ritual - she finds herself in the world of Kanan not knowing what to do and figuring how she is facing such a predicament.
In the course of the film's journey we find there is a poignant beautiful, unfulfilled romantic back story of Shashi with Phillauri that becomes that centre-plot of the film.Now playing at:
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In the small town of Angel Grove, five teenagers (Dacre Montgomery, RJ Cyler, Ludi Lin, Naomi Scott, Becky G) who are treated like outcasts by their peers find themselves in a strange cave with colorful, glowing coins. When they fall into the water, they're amazed to find their bodies are glowing, each in a different color.
The next morning they discover that they all have super strength. The kids who once bullied them are surprised to find the five teens are invincible. In order to find out how and why this happened, the five teens decide to go back to the cave where it all began. There they encounter a voice that informs them they are the Power Rangers and they must defeat an evil alien named Rita Repulsa (Elizabeth Banks).
Mozart's first operatic masterpiece, Idomeneo will be shown in select cinemas nationwide on Saturday, March 25. James Levine conducts this rare Met revival, set in the aftermath of the Trojan War. Jean-Pierre Ponnelle's classic production, which has its first Met revival in over a decade this season, stars Matthew Polenzani in the title role. The cast also includes Elza van den Heever as Elettra, Nadine Sierra as Ilia, Alice Coote as Idamante, and Alan Opie as Arbace.
Sung in Italian with Met titles in English, German, Italian and Spanish.
Encore performances in select theaters on May 6, 8, and 10, 2017.
Starring: Matthew Polenzani, Alice Coote, Nadine Sierra, Elza van den HeeverNow playing at:
Retiree Tony Webster (Jim Broadbent) suddenly receives a letter from Sarah (Emily Mortimer), a woman he knew long ago. In it, he discovers Sarah has died and intended to leave him a diary in her will. That diary was written by his college best friend, Adrian (Joe Alwyn), who took his own life years before.
However, Tony discovers that the diary is now in the hands of Sarah's daughter, Veronica (Charlotte Rampling), who also happens to be his former flame from university. He seeks her out, and through their long overdue reunion and the many secrets uncovered from the diary, Tony gains a new perspective on his past, present, and future.
Based Julian Barnes' bestselling novel of the same name.
A neurotic middle-aged man named Wilson (Woody Harrelson) is completely uninspired, and wonders about his purpose in life. He has a bad relationship with his ex-wife Pippi (Laura Dern) and is trying to move on, but is very lonely.
To his surprise, Wilson gets news that his wife put their child up for adoption 17 years ago. Invigorated with the excitement of being a father, he reunites with his estranged ex and sets out to meet his teenage daughter Claire (Isabella Amara) for the very first time.
Based Daniel Clowes' graphic novel of the same name.