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  • Life of Crime (2013 / R / 3.0 stars)
    After kidnapping a rich property developer’s wife and holding her for ransom, two small time crooks discover that their plan has a major flaw: their hostage’s philandering husband is in no rush to free her from captivity.
  • The Sisterhood of Night (2014 / PG-13 / 3.3 stars)
    Three teenage friends find themselves labeled as sexual predators after a young woman accuses them of molestation, shocking their small town with claims that the trio is part of a sinister network known as the Sisterhood of Night.
  • Farewell Herr Schwarz (2014 / NR / 2.1 stars)
    Delving into her family’s enigmatic past, director Yael Reuveny traces the lives of her grandmother Michla Schwarz and great-uncle Feiv’ke, whose missed meeting in Poland in 1945 forever altered the family’s history.
  • Free the Nipple (2014 / NR / 2.7 stars)
    Based on real-life events, this comic tale chronicles a campaign launched by a legion of impassioned young women who take to the New York City streets in a crusade to legalize to public nudity in America.
  • Taratabong: The World of the Meloditties (2009 / NR / 3.2 stars)
    Communicating through sound and rhythm, the Meloditties create a new melody in every episode, introducing preschoolers to the magical world of music.
  • It's Tough Being Loved by Jerks (2008 / NR / 3.9 stars)
    In 2006, “Charlie Hebdo” editor Philippe Val published a set of satirical cartoons that enraged Muslims worldwide. This incisive documentary details his ensuing legal battle and examines the tensions that would eventually lead to the Paris massacre.
  • The Garfield Show: Season 1 (2008 / NR / 3.7 stars)
    Lazy, lasagna-loving fat cat Garfield lives life on his own terms, which includes teasing his geeky owner, Jon, and tormenting dimwitted dog Odie.
  • Nightcrawler (2014 / R / 3.7 stars)
    Eager for any work that will make ends meet, Lou Bloom joins the flock of camera crews prowling the nighttime streets of Los Angeles in search of scandal and crime. But before long, Lou finds himself caught in the tabloid limelight.
  • Trotro (2004 / NR / 3.3 stars)
    Trotro the donkey may be opinionated, but he’s as sweet as can be in this animated series that’s full of good lessons for children.
  • Quiz Time (2011 / NR / 3.4 stars)
    Host Professor Zack introduces Sally and her brother Max, who compete against a new team every episode to win a big prize.
  • Taratabong: The World of the… (2009 / NR / 3.2 stars)
    Communicating through sound and rhythm, the Meloditties create a new melody in every episode, introducing preschoolers to the magical world of music.
  • Quiz Time: Season 1 (2011 / NR / 3.4 stars)
    Host Professor Zack introduces Sally and her brother Max, who compete against a new team every episode to win a big prize.
  • The Garfield Show (2008 / NR / 3.7 stars)
    Lazy, lasagna-loving fat cat Garfield lives life on his own terms, which includes teasing his geeky owner, Jon, and tormenting dimwitted dog Odie.
  • Remote Area Medical (2013 / NR / 2.4 stars)
    Get an inside look at the three-day “pop up” medical clinic held in Tennessee’s Bristol Motor Speedway to treat remote patients desperate for care.
  • The Garfield Show: Season 2 (2009 / NR / 3.7 stars)
    Lazy, lasagna-loving fat cat Garfield lives life on his own terms, which includes teasing his geeky owner, Jon, and tormenting dimwitted dog Odie.
  • Rosewater (2014 / R / 3.6 stars)
    In his directing debut, TV host Jon Stewart chronicles the 118-day detention and interrogation of journalist Maziar Bahari, who traveled to Iran to cover the country’s 2009 presidential election and ended up being accused of espionage.
  • Trotro (2004 / NR / 3.3 stars)
    Trotro the donkey may be opinionated, but he’s as sweet as can be in this animated series that’s full of good lessons for children.
  • The Dramatics: A Comedy (2015 / NR / 3.0 stars)
    When an actress lands a starring role in a sexually explicit miniseries adaptation of an erotic novel, her boyfriend has trouble accepting it.
  • Grace of Monaco (2014 / NR / 3.4 stars)
    Six years after Grace Kelly’s storybook life led her to become the Princess of Monaco, the actress weighs an offer to resume her career in Hollywood while helping her country in a dispute with France.
  • Primer (2004 / R / 3.3 stars)
    Quite by accident, an engineer builds a machine that can transport the user back in time. But his discovery comes with an ominous caveat: At the heart of this puzzling device, nothing is as it seems on the surface.
  • Happy Valley (2014 / NR / 3.4 stars)
    The town nicknamed Happy Valley searches for answers as Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky is arrested on 40 counts of child molestation. Key figures talk openly in this documentary about how the scandal unfolded.
  • On the Road (2012 / R / 3.0 stars)
    At the height of the Beat era, New York writer Sal Paradise, his freewheeling buddy Dean, and Dean’s wife set out on a journey of self-discovery. Their cross-country quest for answers reflects the American character, attitudes and values of the time.
  • Killers (2014 / NR / 2.8 stars)
    A series of horrific murders have just gone viral, posted anonymously by the handsome and seductive Nomura with a taste for torture. Thousands of miles away, disgraced journalist Bayu can’t stop watching , and in a reckless moment discovers he, too, can kill. One man in Tokyo. One in Jakarta. A serial killer and a vigilante. As the posts multiply and the body count rises, a bizarre and psychotic rivalry begins, and the face-to-face showdown that’s coming will paint the city in blood.
  • The Kidnapping of Freddy Heineken (2014 / R / 3.4 stars)
    In November 1983, the brazen kidnapping of beer magnate Alfred “Freddy” Heineken made headlines around the world. As recounted in this tense crime drama, Heineken’s abductors then made the biggest ransom demand in history.
  • Words and Pictures (2013 / PG-13 / 3.5 stars)
    A picture is worth a thousand words — or is it? That’s the question prep school students must answer as their teachers egg them on in this diverting romantic comedy starring Clive Owen and Juliette Binoche as the instructors who spark the debate.
  • My Mistress (2014 / NR / 2.7 stars)
    A teenage boy grieving the death of his father begins an affair with a beautiful dominatrix neighbor that turns into an obsession.
  • The Nun (2013 / NR / 3.3 stars)
    Forced into a convent, 17-year-old Suzanne Simonin fights for physical and emotional freedom in this adaptation of the Denis Diderot novel. With the death of her only protector, a kindly mother superior, Suzanne vows to escape a lifetime of despair.
  • Bad Asses on the Bayou (2015 / R / 3.7 stars)
    Further extending the “Bad Ass” legacy, Frank Vega and Bernie Pope head for Louisiana to attend their friend Carmen’s wedding. However, what was supposed to be a peaceful, Southern-style celebration goes south fast as things turn violent and ugly.
  • Sense8: Season 1 (2015 / NR / 4.1 stars)
    From the creators of “The Matrix” and “Babylon 5” comes this tense series in which eight people can telepathically experience each other’s lives.
  • Diplomacy (2014 / NR / 3.6 stars)
    When a doomed and demented Adolf Hitler orders his army to level Paris with explosives before abandoning the city, Swedish consul general Raoul Nordling launches a diplomatic attempt to persuade a German general not to execute the plan.
  • Asmodexia (2014 / NR / 2.3 stars)
    As a sinister spirit known as the Evil One begins taking over the souls of Barcelona denizens, exorcist Eloy de Palma and his granddaughter try valiantly to cure the growing number of afflicted. Meanwhile, a secret cult seeks to thwart their efforts.
  • El Niño (2014 / NR / 2.8 stars)
    Looking to make some fast money, two friends living on Spain’s southern coast get into the drug-running business, smuggling in narcotics from Morocco. But the plan loses its luster when they get caught between a cocaine kingpin and the police.
  • Sense8 (2015 / NR / 4.1 stars)
    From the creators of “The Matrix” and “Babylon 5” comes this tense series in which eight people can telepathically experience each other’s lives.
  • God's Slave (2013 / NR / 2.0 stars)
    Two men, passionately worshipping different gods, find themselves on either side of a deadly conflict in 1994 Buenos Aires. Admed (Mohammed Alkhaldi), muslim and a sleeper agent, is determined to take out a major target when the time is right; David, devoutly jewish and committed to Israel, is the stop-at-nothing detective that’s hunting him down. When the two men finally meet face-to-face, the consequences could be catastrophic.
  • The Lost Boys: Special Edition (1987 / R / 3.9 stars)
    After his brother, Michael, drinks blood and gets mixed up with a rough biker gang rumored to be a coven of vampires, Sam and his two vampire-hunter friends — armed with garlic and holy water — try to rid the town of evil.
  • Mortal Kombat: The Movie (1995 / PG-13 / 3.4 stars)
    To save the planet, a team of handpicked noble fighters faces down the minions of an evil emperor in a deadly, fantastical combat tournament. But if they lose, Earth will fall to intergalactic invaders.
  • Best of Me (2014 / PG-13 / 4.3 stars)
    In this wistful drama, sparks reignite between former high school flames when they return to their hometown decades later for a funeral. But painful memories of the past may prevent them from having a future together.
  • Hector and the Search for Happiness (2014 / R / 4.1 stars)
    Leaving behind a lucrative career as a psychiatrist, discontented Hector begins a journey across the planet in search of genuine happiness. Along the way, he experiences a succession of unusual adventures that alter his perspective.
  • Nature's Weirdest Events (2012 / NR / 3.7 stars)
    Host Chris Packham examines bizarre natural phenomena from around the globe, from strange creatures to geographical oddities.
  • The City (1998 / NR / 2.6 stars)
    In this urban drama, four separate stories are told of Hispanic immigrants adrift in New York City. “Bricks” is about men who find jobs cleaning bricks for 15 cents each. In “Home,” a young immigrant meets a girl from his hometown. “The Puppeteer” tells of a street performer who lives in his car with his daughter. In “Seamstress,” an underpaid worker learns that her daughter needs money for an operation. David Riker directs.
  • El Chapulin Colorado (1973 / NR / 4.1 stars)
    This sitcom features the adventures of El Chapulín Colorado (The Red Grasshopper), a klutzy superhero who saves the day with his goofy weapons.
  • Pretty Little Liars: Season 5 (2014 / NR / 4.3 stars)
    Rudderless without their überpopular leader, who vanished a year prior, four formerly tight high school friends drift apart. But they band together again when an anonymous blackmailer threatens to spill their dirt.
  • Elias: Rescue Team Adventures (2015 / NR / 2.9 stars)
    A rescue boat named Elias sails into adventure and discovers the importance of safety, getting along with others, being part of a community and more.
  • El Chapulin Colorado (1973 / NR / 4.1 stars)
    This sitcom features the adventures of El Chapulín Colorado (The Red Grasshopper), a klutzy superhero who saves the day with his goofy weapons.
  • LI’L QUINQUIN (2014 / NR / 2.0 stars)
    This slapstick police procedural begins with a gruesome discovery: a dismembered female body recovered from inside a dead cow. Tasked with solving the crime, police captain Van der Weyden launches a wildly incompetent investigation.
  • Out of the Dark (2014 / R / 3.4 stars)
    With daughter Hannah in tow, Sarah and Paul Harriman move to Colombia to take over the family business, only to find that their new home is haunted. When Hannah disappears, the couple uncovers a dark secret as they desperately search for their child.
  • La Rosa de Guadalupe (2008 / NR / 3.4 stars)
    This series responds to the need to believe in miracles, dreams, love stories and happy endings, with positive characters.
  • Purgatorio (2008 / NR / 2.2 stars)
    Three novellas by Juan Rulfo serve as the basis of this sensuous drama depicting the modernization of Mexico. Elderly Don Julio (Pedro Armendáriz Jr.) — who connects the three tales — languishes in his crumbling hacienda and reminisces about his past. During the 1950s, Bonfilio reconciles with his estranged family, gravedigger Demetrio juggles love and death, and Don Julio mourns his wasted relationship with his wife.
  • La Rosa de Guadalupe (2008 / NR / 3.4 stars)
    This series responds to the need to believe in miracles, dreams, love stories and happy endings, with positive characters.
  • The Great Escape (1963 / NR / 4.1 stars)
    Based on a true story, this tension-filled epic adventure centers on an audacious plan by Allied officers who’ve escaped their Nazi captors time and again to stage a massive breakout, this time from an ostensibly escape-proof German prison camp.
  • Y Tu Mamá También (2001 / UR / 3.7 stars)
    When two rich teens meet the alluring, older Luisa, they try to impress her with stories of a road trip to a secret beach, then convince her to join them. What follows is an escapade involving seduction, conflict and the harsh realities of poverty.
  • Troll 2 (1990 / NR / 3.1 stars)
    While vacationing in a strange isolated town, a young boy must save his family from an unsavory end at the hands of sinister goblins.
  • Kickboxer 2 (1991 / R / 3.1 stars)
    In this rousing sequel to Kickboxer, Tong Po (Michel Qissi) is brooding about his defeat at the hands — and feet — of Kurt Sloane. So, Po and his managers resort to drastic measures to goad Kurt’s brother, David (Sasha Mitchell), into the ring so Po can regain his honor. Steel yourself for plenty of lightning-fast combinations that are sure to drop-kick you across the room. Peter Boyle co-stars in this martial arts actioner.
  • Las magicas canciones de Plim Plim (2011 / NR / 3.5 stars)
    Come sing and dance alongside the lovable Plim Plim and his friends in this magical, musical adventure that’s packed with positive lessons.
  • Heterosexual Jill (2013 / NR / 2.2 stars)
    Neurotic Jill tracks down her ex-girlfriend Jamie to prove to herself that she is no longer attracted to her. Jamie agrees to the preposterous plan of “dating” her so that Jill can close this chapter of her life and move forward with men.
  • Le voyage dans la lune (Color) (1902 / NR / 3.8 stars)
    This silent classic about astronomers on an expedition to the moon gets a modern treatment with a color restoration and music from the band Air.
  • The Paper Chase (1973 / PG / 3.6 stars)
    A hardworking first-year student at Harvard Law School struggles to win the respect of a brilliant but ruthless professor, but he finds himself under the microscope when he learns that the girl he’s been dating is the professor’s daughter.
  • Maria de todos los Angeles (2009 / NR / 3.8 stars)
    Maria dreams of finding the love of her life and asks the angels for help. They respond by giving her clues in her dreams to find Albertano.
  • Four Brothers (2005 / R / 3.9 stars)
    Four adopted brothers return to their Detroit hometown when their mother is murdered. What seems like a robbery gone wrong turns out to be a hit, and the men vow to exact revenge on the killers.
  • Kiss the Girls (1997 / R / 3.7 stars)
    Forensic psychologist Alex Cross travels to North Carolina and teams up with escaped kidnapping victim Kate McTiernan to hunt down “Casanova,” a serial killer who abducts strong-willed women and forces them to submit to his demands.
  • Hits (2014 / NR / 3.2 stars)
    Plumbing the depths of American culture in the Internet age, this mordant comedy takes its humor from the trials of a municipal worker named Dave. After a video of his tirades reaches the Internet, Dave is astounded by his sudden notoriety.
  • Never on a Sunday (2006 / R / 2.0 stars)
    This pitch-black comedy follows the late Julio Salas, who can’t rest in peace until his family and his corrupt undertaker get their act together.
  • La Suegra: Season 1 (2014 / NR / 1.4 stars)
    When she loses her job as a TV personality in the United States, Victoria returns to Colombia to rebuild her life and win back her true love.
  • Nine Months (1995 / PG-13 / 3.2 stars)
    Child psychologist Samuel Faulkner doesn’t actually want kids of his own. When his girlfriend Rebecca gets pregnant, he must decide whether to change his perspective or let Rebecca raise the child by herself.
  • The Quiet American (2002 / R / 3.4 stars)
    Based on the novel by Graham Greene, this murder mystery centers on a love triangle set against the French Indochina War in 1952 Vietnam — a world suffused with opium, intrigue and betrayal. A British reporter, Fowler (Michael Caine, in an Oscar-nominated performance), falls in love with a young Vietnamese woman, Phuong (Do Thi Hai Yen), and is dismayed when an American (Brendan Fraser) also begins vying for her attention.
  • One from the Heart (1982 / R / 2.8 stars)
    In this musical drama, Hank and Frannie go to Las Vegas to celebrate their fifth anniversary, but they end up fighting and breaking up. A piano player courts Frannie and Hank meets a beautiful woman, but are things over for good?
  • We Are the Giant (2014 / NR / 2.6 stars)
    The Arab Spring comes to life in these interviews with activists from across the region who experienced the uprisings firsthand. Among them are a man whose American-raised son fought against Gaddafi, and the daughters of a man imprisoned in Bahrain.
  • Pablo Escobar, el patrón del mal (2012 / NR / 3.2 stars)
    From his days as a petty thief to becoming head of a drug-trafficking empire, this riveting miniseries charts the life of the infamous Pablo Escobar.
  • Girl on a Bicycle (2013 / R / 3.5 stars)
    Just when he’s on the brink of proposing to his beautiful girlfriend, tour bus driver Paolo becomes mesmerized by a woman he sees on a bicycle. Driven to track down the object of his obsession, Paolo ends up knocking her down with his bus.
  • Pet Sematary (1989 / R / 3.5 stars)
    Louis Creed moves his family to the country and discovers a cursed burial ground on his property that brings the dead back to life — yet with an added streak of evil. An accident soon forces the heartbroken father to contemplate the unthinkable.
  • Hidden Kingdoms (2014 / NR / 4.2 stars)
    The world is a big, dangerous place for these small creatures. Zoom in to see the daily lives of these tiny animals within their hidden environments.
  • Philly Kid (2012 / R / 3.8 stars)
    After 10 years in prison, a former high school wrestling star transfers his skills to the murky world of mixed martial arts cage fighting. But the cost of winning might not be worth the struggles he has to endure.
  • Innocent Voices (2004 / R / 4.1 stars)
    Based on the true story of a now-grown Oscar Torres, this moving film (set in El Salvador in the mid-1980s) follows the drama of a young boy who must choose between enlisting in the Salvadoran army or joining up with a band of guerrillas. Director Luis Mandoki presents a society of innocent victims who are caught in a blinding cross fire, a life-or-death environment in which survival is a daily struggle.
  • Puella Magi Madoka Magica the Movie… (2013 / NR / 4.2 stars)
    Rather than see her friends overtaken by despair cause by their longtime enemies, the witches, Madoka Kaname sacrifices her own life to change their fate. But the battle isn’t over, and now Homura Akemi carries on the fight in Madoka’s memory.
  • Kickboxer 4: The Aggressor (1994 / R / 3.4 stars)
    Imprisoned for a crime he did not commit, street fighter David Sloan bargains for his freedom by helping authorities track down villain Tong Po.
  • Puella Magi Madoka Magica: Eternal (2012 / NR / 4.2 stars)
    Kyoko enlists Madoka Kaname’s help in turning Sayaka human again, and Homura reveals a shocking secret as she battles the witch called Walpurgisnacht.
  • The Island of Dr. Moreau: Director's Cut (1977 / PG / 3.1 stars)
    A shipwrecked sailor washes up on a mysterious island that’s inhabited by a mad scientist and the ghastly remains of his failed experiments.
  • R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour (2007 / PG / 3.6 stars)
    Based on the writings of popular children’s author R.L. Stine, this spooky, family-friendly tale follows a teenage girl named Cassie who struggles to fit in at her new school and lashes out by playing outrageous pranks on the cool kids.
  • The Pope of Greenwich Village (1984 / R / 3.4 stars)
    When he loses his job, his wife and his kid, regular-guy Charlie (Mickey Rourke) is at the end of his rope. But his no-good cousin Paulie (Eric Roberts) offers him hope — in the form of a plan to steal $150,000 and place a bet on a sure-to-win horse. But the caper goes haywire and puts the duo at odds with the local Mafia boss and the New York City police. Geraldine Page earned an Oscar nod for her work. Daryl Hannah co-stars.
  • Repo! The Genetic Opera (2008 / R / 3.5 stars)
    In the near future, a biotech company saves mankind with synthetic replacements for failed organs. But those who default on their new liver or heart are subject to repossession. Shilo (Alexa Vega) navigates this dystopia while searching for a cure for her rare illness. Her odyssey is set to a number of catchy songs in this tongue-in-cheek opera. Paris Hilton, Paul Sorvino, Anthony Head and Sarah Brightman round out the deliciously diverse cast.
  • Transit (2012 / R / 3.7 stars)
    To move four million dollars of stolen money past a police roadblock, the perpetrators of a deadly bank heist use a suburban family as unwitting couriers. Now the criminals want their money back and will stop at nothing to reclaim their gains.
  • Roman Holiday (1953 / NR / 4.1 stars)
    Princess Ann leaves her guardians, and while in Rome, she’s taken under the wing of tabloid writer Joe and his photographer sidekick. She thinks the boys don’t know who she really is, but they’re onto her — and sense a sensational story.
  • Used Parts (2007 / NR / 2.9 stars)
    To raise cash and fulfill their long-held dream of immigrating illegally to Chicago, used car parts dealer Jaime (Carlos Ceja) teaches his 14-year-old nephew Ivan (Emery Eduardo Granados) to steal hubcaps and fenders. A quick study, Ivan soon brings his buddy Efrain (Alan Chávez) into the scheme. But as the money piles up, Ivan learns that Uncle Jaime has an unexpected agenda in this poignant Mexican drama.
  • Shaq: All Star Comedy Jam: Atlanta (2013 / NR / 3.4 stars)
    Faizon Love hosts an evening of rip-roaring laughs as NBA All-Star Shaquille O’Neal handpicks stand-up comedy’s funniest new talents. A few veterans also crash the Atlanta lineup, which includes Red Grant, Finesse Mitchell, Lavar Walker and others.
  • Fishtail (2015 / NR / 3.0 stars)
  • Shaquille O'Neal Presents: All Star… (2014 / NR / 3.6 stars)
    Performing at the Hard Rock Hotel, comedy stars Mike Epps, Deon Cole and Henry Welch leave the crowd in stiches with their rollicking routines. Produced by Shaquille O’Neal, the evening features an appearance by the big man himself.
  • Further (2012 / NR / 3.0 stars)
    Snowboarder Jeremy Jones ventures into wild spaces around the world to find breathtaking runs no freerider has ever attempted.
  • SheZow (2012 / NR / 3.4 stars)
    A 12-year-old boy becomes invincible when he inherits his superhero aunt’s ring. There’s only one problem: The ring’s supposed to be worn by a girl.
  • Hammett (1982 / PG / 3.1 stars)
    After finding himself in the midst of a true-life crime, legendary writer Dashiell Hammett actually does some detective work instead of just writing about it, channeling his fictional gumshoes for wisdom, inspiration and a little bit of bravado.
  • Something Wild (1986 / R / 3.2 stars)
    The boring life of businessman Charles Driggs (Jeff Daniels) suddenly changes when free-spirited Audrey (Melanie Griffith) “kidnaps” him for a weekend trip. They pose as a married couple, attend Audrey’s high school reunion and visit her mother. But when Audrey’s ex-husband Ray (Ray Liotta) shows up, freshly out of jail, this romantic comedy (smartly directed by Jonathan Demme) takes a turn into thriller territory.
  • Hidden Kingdoms (2014 / NR / 4.2 stars)
    The world is a big, dangerous place for these small creatures. Zoom in to see the daily lives of these tiny animals within their hidden environments.
  • Sucker Punch (2008 / R / 2.7 stars)
    Gambler and hustler Ray Davidson is scraping hard when he meets street fighter Charles Buchinsky, who has all the talent Ray needs to get rich quick. After cleaning up on their first bout, Ray finds himself deep in debt — and in danger of worse.
  • Higher (2014 / NR / 3.2 stars)
    Follow groundbreaking snowboarder Jeremy Jones from his childhood in Cape Cod to his latest adventures in eastern Alaska and the Himalayas.
  • Tear This Heart Out (2008 / NR / 3.6 stars)
    Epic in scope, this sweeping melodrama from Mexico follows the turbulent trajectory of Catalina Guzman (Ana Claudia Talancón), a humble country girl whose life takes a dramatic turn when she’s wedded to politically ambitious Gen. Andres Asencio (Daniel Giménez Cacho). With her husband a presidential hopeful, Catalina sticks by Asencio despite his infidelities, but finds solace in the arms of a charming left-wing activist (José María de Tavira).
  • Iesodo: Believe (2013 / NR / 2.9 stars)
    Iesodo, a dove whose name means “The Way of Jesus,” and his friends present uplifting stories from the New Testament.
  • The Aviator (2004 / PG-13 / 3.5 stars)
    Leonardo DiCaprio portrays eccentric tycoon Howard Hughes, who turned a small fortune into a massive one by producing Hollywood classics such as Scarface. He simultaneously branched into and transformed industry after industry — including aviation.
  • Kickboxer (1989 / R / 3.5 stars)
    When kickboxing champ Eric Sloane is crippled in the ring by the evil Tong Po, Eric’s younger brother, Kurt, seeks vengeance. But if he’s to vanquish Po, Kurt must first learn a martial art known as Muay Thai.
  • The Burbs (1989 / PG / 3.5 stars)
    When secretive new neighbors move in next door, suburbanite Ray Peterson (Tom Hanks) and his friends (Bruce Dern and Rick Ducommun) let their paranoia get the best of them as they start to suspect the newcomers of evildoings and commence an investigation. But it’s hardly how Ray, who much prefers drinking beer, reading his newspaper and watching a ball game on the tube expected to spend his vacation. Carrie Fisher and Corey Feldman co-star.
  • Kickboxer 3: The Art of War (1992 / R / 3.4 stars)
    Kickboxing champion David Sloan and his trainer, Xian, race to rescue a kidnapped girl from the clutches of a sex-slave trader.
  • The Good Guy (2010 / R / 3.3 stars)
    Well aware of his own blessings, up-and-coming Wall Street star Tommy Fielding decides to mentor one of his co-workers, Daniel. But his new protégé may prove too apt a pupil in this romantic comedy penned and helmed by Julio DePietro.

 

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