Movies Opening This Weekend in Kingstowne
Five movies open at the Kingstowne 16 cinemas this weekend.
The following movies are opening this weekend at the Regal Kingstowne 16 cinemas:
End of Watch
Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Pena star in this thriller about two young cops in south central Los Angeles.
Review: End of Watch
This sci-fi action movie features America as a wasteland in the future with one violent city on the East Coast run by criminals that spans from Boston to Washington, D.C.
Phillip Seymour Hoffman plays a World War II veteran who returns to America and wants to create a religion. This drama also stars Joaquin Phoenix, Amy Adams and Laura Dern.
Review: The Master
House at the End of the Street
Oscar-nominee Elisabeth Shue stars in this dramatic thriller about a new divorcee who moves into a new home in a rural, upscale town with her daughter, played by Oscar-nominee Jennifer Lawrence.
Review: House at the End of the Street
Trouble With the Curve
Clint Eastwood, Amy Adams, Justin Timberlake and John Goodman star in this drama about an aging baseball scout whose successful daughter joins him on a scouting trip while he faces a declining career.
Review: Trouble With the Curve
See the trailers for these movies in the media box (right).
Also playing in Kingstowne this weekend:
This family-friendly animated comedy follows a paranoid Clown Fish's journey as he searches for his son, Nemo, who ended up in a dentist's fish tank. It was orginially released on DVD in 2003, but is now being released in theaters with a 3D version.
Review: Finding Nemo
Resident Evil: Retribution
Milla Jovovich returns in the fifth film in the Resident Evil series.
Review: Resident Evil: Retribution
Bradley Cooper and Zoe Saldana star in this film about a struggling writer who gains fame by finding a manuscript and claiming it as his own.
Review: The Words
The soul of a dead person that was being contained in an antique box threatens to take over the body of a young girl.
A true story about the Bondurant Brothers, bootleggers in Virginia during Prohibition. The film stars Shia LaBeouf and Tom Hardy.
2016: Obama's America
A documentary film directed by conservative author Dinesh D’Souza that examines President Obama's past and what a second term for Obama would mean for the country. Filming took place across four continents.
Review: 2016: Obama's America
In this stop-motion animated comedy thriller, zombies attack a small town and the residents turn to a young boy who can speak with the dead.
The Expendables 2
The sequel to The Expendables features Sylvester Stallone, Terry Crews, Jason Statham, Jet Li , Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis and Jean-Claude Van Damme. After one of their own is killed during an easy task, the group seeks revenge on the adversary responsible for the murder.
The Bourne Legacy
The fourth film in the Bourne series features Jeremy Renner, Edward Norton and Rachel Weisz. It focuses on the story of Renner's character rather than Jason Bourne, played by Matt Damon in the previous movies.
Review: The Bourne Legacy
Will Ferrell stars in this comedy as a congressman who is up for re-election and must face a new rival who is backed by two super-rich CEOs.
Review: The Campaign
Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones play a married couple that attends a week of counseling in a small town with Steve Carell playing their therapist.
Review: Hope Springs
The Dark Knight Rises
In Christopher Nolan's third film in his Batman series, Christian Bale stars as Batman, Tom Hardy as Bane and Anne Hathaway as Catwoman. It is the sequel to The Dark Knight, and it will pick up where the previous story ended.
Review: The Dark Knight Rises