Weekly Movie Releases December 4th 2015
PG-13 for sequences of horror violence/terror, language and some drug material
When his dysfunctional family clashes over the holidays, young Max (Emjay Anthony) is disillusioned and turns his back on Christmas. Little does he know, this lack of festive spirit has unleashed the wrath of Krampus: a demonic force of ancient evil intent on punishing non-believers.
All hell breaks loose as beloved holiday icons take on a monstrous life of their own, laying siege to the fractured family’s home and forcing them to fight for each other if they hope to survive.
THE LADY IN THE VAN
PG-13 for a brief unsettling image
Miss Shepherd, a vagrant woman, parks her decrepit van outside a man’s house and stays living there for 15 years. He eventually allows her to park her vehicle in his drive, sparking an often-strained relationship which ends when she dies in 1989.
R for strong sexual content including dialogue, nudity, language, some violence and drug use
Women abstain from sex to persuade their significant others to end gang violence in Chicago.
PG for some peril, thematic elements and language
When a power outage traps six different groups of New Yorkers inside elevators on Christmas Eve, they find that laughter, romance, and a little holiday magic will get them through – and change their lives in unexpected ways. A heartless real estate tycoon (Patrick Stewart) clings to life in a precarious construction elevator hundreds of feet off the ground. Unexpected relationships bloom for a musician (Cheryl Hines) stuck with her dysfunctional orchestra mates, as well as an aspiring fashion photographer (James Roday) confined with the introverted paralegal in his apartment building (Julianna Guill). A crass HR manager (Max Casella) trapped with an employee he just fired (Jon Heder) and a cynical doctor (Gary Cole) transporting his terminal patient are forced to reconsider the way they think about others in this all-star ensemble comedy that proves that in a city of eight million, you never know who you might get stuck with.
EVERY THING WILL BE FINE
This drama charts the emotional odyssey of a struggling novelist (James Franco) whose life is turned upside down one wintry night when following a fatal car accident. The incident sets him on a soul-searching, decades-long journey towards redemption, a quest that profoundly touches the lives of both his girlfriend (Rachel McAdams) and the accident victim’s mother (Charlotte Gainsbourg).
PG-13 for suggestive material and violent images
In 1962, Hitchcock and Truffaut locked themselves away in Hollywood for a week to excavate the secrets behind the mise-en-scène in cinema. Based on the original recordings of this meeting—used to produce the mythical book Hitchcock/Truffaut—this film illustrates the greatest cinema lesson of all time and plummets us into the world of the creator of Psycho, The Birds, and Vertigo.
IMBA MEANS SING
The film follow Angel, Moses and Nina from the slums of Kampala, Uganda through a world tour with the Grammy-nominated African Children’s Choir. The film is stunningly shot and told through Angel, Moses and Nina’s perspectives on their one shot journey from poverty to education.
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