Elysium: In a world where only the seriously wealthy get to live in Utopian-like society with health machines that cure everything from the common cold to cancer, it's not hard to wonder why the other half is angry and desperate to get the same thing. And when an accident befalls a factory worker and he only has days to live, he sets out to help himself and the remainder of the population that's left to suffer on Earth. The film stars Matt Damon, Jodie Foster, Sharlto Copley, Alice Braga, and Diego Luna.
The Lone Ranger: Gore Verbinski re-teams with Johnny Depp, this time playing the famous Tonto, to bring us the movie-version of the hit TV series of the same name. Train action, the Lone Ranger's horse Silver, and an adventure that's filled with humor are sprinkled throughout the film. Also starring Armie Hammer, Ruth Wilson, Helena Bonham Carter, William Fichtner, and Tom Wilkinson.
Kick-Ass 2: The sequel to the popular 2010 film brings back Kick-Ass and Hit Girl as they move on after Big Daddy's death and try to live normal lives only to realize that they really can't. Red Mist plots his revenge and Kick-Ass joins a crime-fighting team of misfits and do-gooders who are led by Colonel Stars and Stripes. The film stars Chloe Grace-Moretz, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Morris Chestnut, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, and Jim Carrey.
Prisoners: What happens when two families are faced with the kidnappings of their daughters? They face anger, desperation, anguish, and are pushed into morally questionable actions in order to get back what they lost. A drama filled with great performances and a fantastic story. Starring Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, Terrence Howard, Viola Davis, Melissa Leo, and Paul Dano.
Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters: Percy Jackson takes his next great adventure when he has to save his friend Grover from the Cyclops who's holding him hostage. With the help of Annabeth and his newly-discovered half-brother Tyson, Percy sets out to cross the sea of monsters. Starring Logan Lerman, Alexandra Daddario, Douglas Smith, and Brandon T. Jackson.
The Family: Robert De Niro plays a mobster who's had to go into the Witness Protection Program after ratting out a fellow mobster to the FBI. His family can't seem to keep the secret of their identity... well, a secret. So they move from place to place, finally landing them in the south of France. But the past always has a way of biting everyone in the ass. Also starring Michelle Pfeiffer, Tommy Lee Jones, and Diana Agron.
One Direction: This is Us: If you're a fan of the British pop group (or maybe your tween), then this movie is most definitely for you. It highlights the each of the five members' pasts, how they got into the music scene, and follows them through moments in their private and public lives. An extra bonus is the concert footage.
Ain't Them Bodies Saints: To protect his pregnant wife, Bob Muldoon is sentenced to four years of prison for a crime he didn't commit. He escapes prison before his sentence is over and teams up with a man named Will in order to find his wife and the daughter he's never met. The film stars Casey Affleck, Rooney Mara, Rami Malek, Ben Foster, and Keith Carradine.
The Sound of Music Live!: Millions of viewers tuned in to watch country music star Carrie Underwood fill the shoes of Julie Andrews in the stage musical of The Sound of Music. Originally a stage production, the beloved story of the Von Trapp family singers and their governess was filmed during a live production and is available to add to your stockings for Christmas!