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NEW MOVIES!  NOVEMBER 25 - DECEMBER 1, 2014
THE GIVER (USA, Not Rated) - This book was a big deal back in the '90s and apparently still is, except now it's a movie. A boy lives in a grey world and this Giver man tells him all the secrets. Then he must escape like nobody has ever been able to do but he can because that's just how this works.
DIRECTED BY: Phillip Noyce
STARRING: Jeff Bridges, Meryl Streep, Brenton Thwaites, Cameron Monaghan, Odeya Rush, Alexander Skarsgård, Katie Holmes, Taylor Swift
METASCORE: 47, based on 33 Critics
THE EXPENDABLES 3 (USA, PG-13) - Fight Fight Fight: the third one. According to Chris Tilly of IGN Movies this movie is, "testosterone-fueled fun."
DIRECTED BY: Patrick Hughes
STARRING: Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Antonio Banderas, Jet Li, Wesley Snipes, Dolph Lundgren, Kelsey Grammer, Randy Couture, Terry Crews, Kellan Lutz, Ronda Rousey, Glen Powell, Victor Ortiz, Robert Davi, Mel Gibson, Harrison Ford, Arnold Schwarzenegger
METASCORE: 35, based on 35 Critics
THE NOVEMBER MAN (USA, R) - Now here's something new: an action-packed spy thriller starring Pierce Brosnan. Somebody comes out of retirement for one last assignment; there are assassins and guns. It's a guy flick like you've watched time and time again, so what's just one more?
DIRECTED BY: Roger Donaldson
STARRING: Pierce Brosnan, Luke Bracey, Olga Kurylenko
METASCORE: 38, based on 31 Critics
*WHAT IF (Canada / Ireland, PG-13) - OMG, I don't even know why but I just loved this movie. Harry Potter RomComs really do it for me. It's just lovely and messy and adorable and sad and happy and all the feelings.
DIRECTED BY: Michael Dowse
STARRING: Daniel Radcliffe, Zoe Kazan, Megan Park, Adam Driver, Mackenzie Davis, Rafe Spall
METASCORE: 59, based on 36 Critics
Tyler Perry's A MADEA CHRISTMAS (USA, PG-13) - Pretty sure people have been asking about this movie for the last two years. We have the stage play also and we only have that because my terrible ex requested it. I almost hate that movie as much as I hate him and that's saying something. But about this movie, you may like it.
DIRECTED BY: Tyler Perry
STARRING: Tyler Perry, Anna Maria Horsford, Larry the Cable Guy, Chad Michael Murray, Tika Sumpter, Eric Lively, Alicia Witt
METASCORE: 28, based on 20 Critics
STEP UP: ALL IN (USA, PG-13) - Here it is, the latest and raviest of the STEP UP movies. I asked Bart how it was and if it was it the worst of all the STEP UP movies and he said, "None of them are any good, really, but all of them are really awesome." Direct quote.
DIRECTED BY: Trish Sie
STARRING: Ryan Guzman, Briana Evigan, Misha Gabriel, Adam Sevani
METASCORE: 45, based on 17 Critics
WAR STORY (USA, Not Rated) - A war photographer gets taken captive and brutalized in a way she had only ever experienced in pictures. When she's no longer a hostage, she goes to Sicily and meets up with a former lover, because what else are you supposed to do in that situation? She also meets a young girl who is in need of saving and, now lacking the ability to be impartial, comes to the rescue.
DIRECTED BY: Mark Jackson
STARRING: Catherine Keener, Hafsia Herzi, Ben Kingsley
METASCORE: 50, based on 13 Critics
A MERRY FRIGGIN' CHRISTMAS (USA, Not Rated) - Here is one of Robin Williams' final roles, as a member of a dysfunctional family around the holidays. I think there were several years when at least one of my relatives uttered these words and stormed out without any Christmas joy whatsoever.
DIRECTED BY: Tristram Shapeero
STARRING: Joel McHale, Lauren Graham, Clark Duke, Oliver Platt, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Tim Heidecker, Candice Bergen, Robin Williams
METASCORE: 28, based on 11 Critics
MANUSCRIPTS DON'T BURN (Iran, Not Rated) - It's subversive filmmaking gone wrong, according to the Iranian authorities who jailed this director for making movies. It takes a look at the government's involvement in arranging the murders of certain creative types. It's intense to say the least.
DIRECTED BY: Mohammad Rasoulof
METASCORE: 87, based on 8 Critics
NO GOD, NO MASTER (USA, PG-13) - It's 1919 and bombs keep showing up on the doorsteps of important persons. The G-men are on the case. They gon' figger out who done it.
DIRECTED BY: Terry Green
STARRING: David Strathairn, Ray Wise, Sam Witwer, Edoardo Ballerini, Alessandro Mario
METASCORE: 48, based on 7 Critics
COPENHAGEN (Denmark, Not Rated) - A man travels around Europe and ends up in Copenhagen, the birthplace of his father. Then he meets a pretty girl. She sure is perdy. He likes that. She's also half his age so, ya know, kinda iffy...
DIRECTED BY: Mark Raso
STARRING: Gethin Anthony, Frederikke Dahl Hansen
METASCORE: 71, based on 6 Critics
A LIFE IN DIRTY MOVIES (Sweden, Not Rated) - A love story without pants and surrounded by cameras, this movie tells of the life and work of Joe Sarno, a sexploitation director, and his longtime girlfriend. It takes a look at the evolution from softcore to hardcore and I'm pretty sure you get to see naked people.
DIRECTED BY: Wiktor Ericsson
METASCORE: 69, based on 6 Critics
BEYOND THE EDGE (New Zealand, Not Rated) - Here's one of those "this guy hiked Everest and lived to tell about it" movies. There's lots of snow, high elevation and cold weather.
DIRECTED BY: Leanne Pooley
METASCORE: 59, based on 6 Critics
RHYMES FOR YOUNG GHOULS (Canada, R) - In the late '70s, an Indian reservation makes a rule that all children 16 and under must attend a residential school. The headmaster is pretty terrible but they still must go anyway. Unpleasant events ensue.
DIRECTED BY: Jeff Barnaby
STARRING: Kawennahere Devery Jacobs, Glen Gould, Brandon Oakes
METASCORE: 65, based on 3 Critics
OPEN ROAD (USA, Not Rated) - A young free spirit, Angie, sets out on a cross-country journey. You know, it's the kind people go on when they are trying to both run from themselves and find themselves at the same time. The problem is that wherever you go, there you are.
DIRECTED BY: Marcio Garcia
STARRING: Camilla Belle, Colin Egglesfield, Andy Garcia, Juliette Lewis, John Savage
   
^APACHES (France, Not Rated) - A group of teenagers spend their summer partying and getting loaded. Fast forward to the end of summer in Corsica and introduce crime and drama. It's not all fun and games, and it super sucks when people get hurt.
DIRECTED BY: Thierry de Peretti
STARRING: François-Joseph Cullioli, Aziz El Hadachi, Hamza Meziani, Joseph-Marie Ebrard
   
^ = BART'S PICK OF THE WEEK!          * = KYRA'S PICK OF THE WEEK!
 
NEW SERIES THIS WEEK! NEW (BUT NOT NEW) MOVIES THIS WEEK! NEW FAMILY TIME THIS WEEK!
Jungle Goddess (1948)
The Painted Hills (1951)
The Screaming Skull (1958)
Squirm (1976)
The Paradise: Season 2 (2013)
Period of Adjustment (1962) Do Not Disturb (1965) Any Wednesday (1966)
Marlowe (1969) The Poker House (2008)
Dragons: Defenders of Berk: Part 2 (2013)
  NEW (BUT NOT NEW) DVDs LAST WEEK!