New releases this week
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A man can see two minutes into the future in this sci-fi thriller that is both fun to watch and think about.
The Condemned
Action flick about a live broadcast of convicts fighting to the death for their freedom lacks heart and smarts.
Black Book
Director Paul Verhoeven delivers a brazenly entertaining war movie of a Jewish singer who joins the resistance.
Something to Cheer About
Tribute to the first all-black school to become state champs captures the coach’s wisdom before his death.
Four friends cling to their livelihood against corporate forces in the 1970s. Think of it as a chick flick for men.
Old Joy
At the end of this tale of two old friends on a camping trip, you understand them, and maybe yourself, better.
Dog Problem
A lonely man who is bad at relationships get a dog. Turns out he isn’t much better with pets than humans.
Wind Chill
Two college students find trouble when their car breaks down on the way home. This film was not screened in advance for critics.
The Invisible
Two teens find that others are not able to see the real them: one is dead, the other has been neglected. This film was not screened in advance for critics.
Kickin’ It Old Skool
A breakdancer (Jamie Kennedy) wakes from a coma with the hopes of reviving his career. This film did not screen in advance for critics.
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