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NEW MOVIES!  NOVEMBER 18 - NOVEMBER 24, 2014
*22 JUMP STREET (USA, R) - If you liked 21 JUMP STREET, good. You'll love 22 JUMP STREET, where they take their antics to college. It's gonna be a blast. I guarantee it.
DIRECTED BY: Phil Lord / Christopher Miller
STARRING: Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum, Peter Stormare, Ice Cube
METASCORE: 71, based on 46 Critics
IF I STAY (USA, PG-13) - One young woman who has it all must make a hard decision about her future. She can choose Julliard and become a successful musician or she can stay and do whatever it is she has to do with her boyfriend. Which one will result in a happily-ever-after ending?
DIRECTED BY: R.J. Cutler
STARRING: Chloë Grace Moretz, Mireille Enos, Jamie Blackley, Joshua Leonard, Stacy Keach, Aisha Hinds
METASCORE: 46, based on 36 Critics
INTO THE STORM (USA, PG-13) - This movie looks pretty dumb, but it does have one pretty cool thing to offer: a whole lot of tornados.
DIRECTED BY: Steven Quale
STARRING: Richard Armitage, Sarah Wayne Callies, Nathan Kress, Matt Walsh, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Arlen Escarpeta
METASCORE: 44, based on 32 Critics
AND SO IT GOES (USA, PG-13) - Michael Douglas has an estranged son who apparently has a kiddo of his own. The son can't handle the little girl on his own so hands her off to Douglas. This should be interesting, especially since Diane Keaton plays Douglas's surprisingly age-appropriate love interest.
DIRECTED BY: Rob Reiner
STARRING: Michael Douglas, Diane Keaton, Sterling Jerins, Paloma Guzmán, Frances Sternhagen, Frankie Valli
METASCORE: 38, based on 31 Critics
SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR (USA, R) - They finally made a second one. Don't even think. Just watch it, because if you think about it too much, you'll probably just say, "Ah, why bother?"
DIRECTED BY: Robert Rodriguez / Frank Miller
STARRING: Eva Green, Mickey Rourke, Jessica Alba, Rosario Dawson, Bruce Willis, Jaime King, Powers Boothe. Josh Brolin, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Dennis Haysbert, Ray Liotta, Christopher Lloyd
METASCORE: 46, based on 38 Critics
THE WIND RISES (Japan, PG-13) - Here's the latest animated crowd-pleaser from the Academy Award winner Hayao Miyazaki. Miyazaki sure does love his flying machines, and he sure knows how to make beautiful and sad movies about them.
DIRECTED BY: Hayao Miyazaki
METASCORE: 83, based on 41 Critics
^LAND HO! (USA, R) - Two old dudes decide to go on an impromptu trip to Reykjavik to get their grooves back. It's a tale that shows us that anyone at any age can be young and impulsive in the constructive way.
DIRECTED BY: Aaron Katz / Martha Stephens
STARRING: Paul Eenhoorn, Earl Lynn Nelson
METASCORE: 68, based on 31 Critics
WHEN COMEDY WENT TO SCHOOL (USA, Not Rated) - How do you feel about Jewish humor? What about documentaries about comedy? How about old dudes reminiscing about the good old days? If any of these questions made you think about answering them, then good.
DIRECTED BY: Mevlut Akkaya / Ron Frank
FEATURING: Robert Klein, Jerry Lewis, Sid Caesar, Jerry Stiller, Jackie Mason, Larry King, Mort Stahl, Dick Gregory
METASCORE: 49, based on 13 Critics
AUTOMATA (Spain, R) - It's the future. The world is going to end and Antonio Banderas is doing his best to make sure the robots help, instead of hurt, humanity. This is absolutely a Kent movie. Even if he thinks he won't like it, he'll watch it, think it's bad, and end up liking it anyway. He's funny like that.
DIRECTED BY: Gabe Ibanez
STARRING: Antonio Banderas, Birgitte Hjort Sørensen, Dylan McDermott, Robert Forster, Tim McInnerny, Melanie Griffith
METASCORE: 37, based on 13 Critics
HOUSEBOUND (New Zealand, Not Rated) - Poor Kylie gets put on house arrest at her old family home. It's creepy there and there's a ghost who is more than a little mad that she has come back. This horror-comedy is swiftly building a reputation as a cult classic, so hurry up and tell people you saw it first.
DIRECTED BY: Gerard Johnstone
STARRING: Morgana O'Reilly, Rima Te Wiata, Glen-Paul Waru
METASCORE: 76, based on 10 Critics
PATEMA INVERTED (Japan, Not Rated) - An animated princess is ejected from her upside-down underground world and will float away into the sky in our world if she doesn't grab onto stuff. You don't have to be an obsessive anime nerd to enjoy this one, but if the names Makoto Shinkai or Studio Ghibli mean anything to you, you shouldn't miss it.
DIRECTED BY: Yasuhiro Yoshiura
METASCORE: 66, based on 8 Critics
RECLAIM (USA, R) - A couple adopts a baby and then someone steals it while they are on vacation. Things become more complicated when they realize they'd actually gotten the baby on the black market. But they still love her and will do whatever it takes to find her and give her a proper home.
DIRECTED BY: Alan White
STARRING: John Cusack, Ryan Phillippe, Rachelle Lefevre, Jacki Weaver
METASCORE: 26, based on 7 Critics
RAGNAROK (Norway, PG-13) - Here's a Spielberg-wannabe adventure movie from Norway with archeologists, Nordic myths and some other kinda cool stuff. Do you like water dragons? Because I think there are some in this movie.
DIRECTED BY: Mikkel Brænne Sandemose
STARRING: Pål Sverre Hagen, Nicolai Cleve Broch, Bjørn Sundquist
METASCORE: 49, based on 4 Critics
BRAZILIAN WESTERN (Brazil, R) - I think Rolling Stone said it best: "The ROMEO AND JULIET atmosphere is present, but what catches the attention are the scenes involving cocaine, marijuana, and violence." Hey, I just wanna a Sergio Leone-type Coxinha Western with modern Brazilian gangsters instead of cowboys.
DIRECTED BY: Rene Sampaio
STARRING: Fabrício Boliveira, Isis Valverde, Felipe Abib
SEE NO EVIL 2 (USA, R) - It's like that horror movie, SEE NO EVIL, only this is the second one. Even if I had rheumatism I'd find a way to give this one a thumbs down.
DIRECTED BY: Jen Soska / Sylvia Soska
STARRING: Kane, Danielle Harris, Katharine Isabelle
JOHNNY WORRICKER 2: TURKS AND CAICOS (UK, Not Rated) - Some British TV movies are such star-studded events that you have to make two of them at the same time. This Bill Nighy spy thriller is the follow-up to that PAGE EIGHT movie you might remember from three years back.
DIRECTED BY: David Hare
STARRING: Bill Nighy, Helena Bonham Carter, Rupert Graves, Ralph Fiennes, Ewen Bremner, James McArdle, Winona Ryder, Christopher Walken, Dylan Baker
JOHNNY WORRICKER 3: SALTING THE BATTLEFIELD (UK, Not Rated) - Some British TV movies are such star-studded events that you have to make two of them at the same time. This Bill Nighy spy thriller is the follow-up to that TURKS AND CAICOS movie you might remember from zero years back.
DIRECTED BY: David Hare
STARRING: Bill Nighy, Helena Bonham Carter, Rupert Graves, Ralph Fiennes, Ewen Bremner, James McArdle, Judy Davis, Felicity Jones, Saskia Reeves, Olivia Williams
   
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