What's old is new again as a "Fame" remake arrives in theaters this weekend.
Remake of ’80s classic for the Disney generation. Think of it as infinitesimally grittier version of “High School Musical” without that cute little Zac boy.
In this sci-fi thriller based on a graphic novel, Bruce Willis plays a homicide detective looking into the murders of people who have been living their lives vicariously through their robots.
A single mother and her teenage son immigrate from the West Bank to rural Illinois in a heartwarming dramedy from Cherien Dabis that examines what it’s like to adjust to a new land at a time when Arabs and Muslims are being vilified by redneck Americans.
Jane Campion (“The Piano”) returns to the director’s chair to helm thus lush-looking period drama about the brief, but intense, affair between doomed poet John Keats (Ben Whishaw) and his lover, Fanny Brawne (Abbie Cornish).
Dennis Quaid and Ben Foster star in a horror thriller about two astronauts stranded in space with uninvited guests.
FIVE MINUTES OF HEAVEN
Liam Neeson and James Nesbitt star in a true story about two men on opposite sides of Ireland’s Troubles who are brought together on a reality TV show in hopes of reaching a reconciliation. Fat chance.
While waiting for a heart transplant, a man (Romain Duris) reconnects with his sister (Juliette Binoche) and her family in Paris.
I HOPE THEY SERVE BEER IN HELL
For people who thought “The Hangover” was too sophisticated comes this moronic tale based on Tucker Max’s book about an impromptu bachelor party that goes horribly awry. The legendary Matt Czuchry and Geoff Stults star.
The Patriot Ledger