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Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Five Highest Grossing Movies of 2014, Enjoy a Wonderful Movie Summer

The summer season is always an exciting one at the box office, as a whole host of blockbusters will to battle to reign supreme. However, which of summer 2014's blockbusters is set to be the most successful?

Now start to enjoy a Wonderful Movie Summer! You can just image you was found on the ground by the fountain about a fields of a summer stride, lying in the sun, while someone you love was found on the ground beside you, laying by a fountain filled by the summer asleep, in front of you is golden sunshine, summer breeze dabbing you face, you two are immersed in the newest 2013 summer movie, sweet, relax, warm as well as tranquility.

- The Amazing Spider Man 2 (out now)

The Amazing Spider Man 2 has been on general release for a couple of weeks, and while it received a mix response from the critics, it has been bringing in the dough.

In the U.S., the film took a whopping $92 million in its opening weekend: which is $30 million more that the first movie back in 2012.

Not surprisingly, it claimed the #1 spot at the U.S. and UK box office: it took just over £9 million in its opening weekend.

So far, the movie has grossed in excess of $637 million, and is the second highest grossing film of 2014 so far: Captain America: The Winter Soldier is leading the way with $704 million.

At the moment, The Amazing Spider Man 2 is in a great position to come out on top by the end of the summer.

- Godzilla (out now)

Godzilla is another film that we have already been treated to at the beginning of this blockbusters season: and it is a film that is already performing well.

Godzilla posted an impressive opening weekend gross, as it took $93.2 million in the U.S.

It outperformed The Amazing Spider 2 in its first weekend, but failed to surpass the $96.2 opening weekend total posted by Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

In a week, Godzilla has topped the U.S. and UK box office and grossed in excess of $216 million. It is already the tenth highest grossing movie of 2014.

It really is not hard to see why a sequel is already being planned.

- X-Men: Days of Future Past (out now)

X-Men: Days of Future Past is one of the most anticipated films of 2014, and it has hit the big screen this week.

The film opening in the UK at midnight on Wednesday (21st) and in the U.S yesterday (23rd).

The critics are already raving about the film - which sees Bryan Singer return to the director's chair.

It could be the first film of the summer to break the $100 million barrier for an opening weekend in the U.S.

X-Men: The Last Stand broke Memorial Day weekend records when it was released back in 2006, as it took over $102 million.

X-Men: First Class opening with $55 million in 2011. If these two totals combined, it could take a massive amount of money this weekend.

- Maleficent (released 28th May)

Over the last couple of years, we have seen female fronted films/franchises perform well at the box office: Gravity, The Hunger Games, Prometheus & The Heat were all huge successes.

This summer we see Angelina Jolie return to the big screen as she takes on the title role in the new Disney film.

It has been a little hit and miss for Disney's live action films in recent years: John Carter was a bit of a disaster, while the fourth Pirates of the Caribbean film performed very well.

Maleficent has a reported budget of $180 million, and Disney has really pushed this film in recent weeks.

While it is unlikely that Maleficent will post huge opening weekend totals, it is going to be interesting to see how this film performs.


- How To Train Your Dragon 2 (released 27th June)

No summer is complete without an animation movie, and How To Train Your Dragon 2 is the film not to miss in 2014.

How To Train Your Dragon 2 is the latest offering from DreamWorks, and comes four years after the success of the first.

How To Train Your Dragon grossed over $494 million by the end of its theatrical run: it ended 2010 as the tenth highest grossing movie the year.

I expect How To Train Your Dragon 2 is perform even better. Can it beat it's predecessor's opening weekend haul of $43.7 million?

Other movies to watch out for include Guardians of the Galaxy, Edge of Tomorrow, The Expendables 3 & Jupiter Ascending.

However, I am going to nail my colours to the mask and say X-Men:Days of Future Past will be the highest grossing movie of the summer!!

Recommendation for 2014 Summer Movie Copy, Rip and Conversion

This summer endows us a movie feast. So many wonderful movies are waiting for us to enjoy. However, it is impossible and uneconomic to watch all the newly-released 2014 summer movies in cinema, and here we suggest backup and convert these DVDs to computer with some DVD ripping & coping software.

There are varies of DVD Ripper software, Pavtube DVDAid is regarded as the best DVD ripping/copping software on the market which can output a wide range video format including MKV, VOB, AVI, MOV, MPG, MP4, SWF, FLV, WMV, MP3, AAC, etc. for iPhone 5S/5C, iPad Air, Nexus 5, Kindle Fire HDX, Surface 2, Surface Pro 2, new Nexus 7, Sony Xperia Z1, HTC One Mini, Moto X, Apple TV 3, iPod 5, PSP/PS3 and many other devices.

It is easy to use for editing and conversion and makes great quality copies of your DVDs. The audio/video synchronization is very good, the size of the subtitles too. If you're not already installed this great utility, download it from Pavtube now. The Mac version is Pavtube DVDAid for Mac.

Monday, May 26, 2014

MPEG Workflow: Get Alternative MPEG Streamclip Work Well

If you have problems in converting or working with MPEG Streamclip with error message, here is right for you. The article will show how to convert video files with alternative MPEG Streamclip.

I think MPEG Streamclip is absolutely fantastic, and the fact that it costs nothing feels like I'm stealing it. But I'm converting a lot more these days, and I'd like to look into things that are little more comprehensive and user friendly. But sometimes I find it might not work and prompt up messages such as “won’t read or open files” or “unrecognized file format”. Other symptoms that you would notice when your MPEG Streamclip is not working is when you have uploaded a video file but the audio is not working. For example, it can't read XAVC video files.

But as we know, MPEG Streamclip doesn't work on Windows 8.1 nor the Mac 10.9 Mavericks. In a case like this, a great MPEG Streamclip alternative is strongly needed. 

Hot Search: MPEG to iTunes | MPEG- to H.264 | MPEG to FCP X

To get an easy to use one, you can take a look at 
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Proress MPEG Streamclip alternative to Convert videos on Windows (8.1/8/7) and Mavericks

Step 1. Import your video files to this MPEG Streamclip alternative 
After downloading and running this app, click Add button to import the local video files you want to convert. There's no expiry limitation to Pavtube Video Convrter Ultimate, so you can always try it out on your video files collection.

2. Choose output format.
Click "Format" dropdown list to choose the desired video format for output.


Note: Directly Copy is used to copy the 100% intact main movie with multiple subtitle and audio tracks preserved. It will keep the high image quality from original Blu-ray and generate a M2TS file. If you need a lossless output file and fast conversion speed, it is a good choice.

3. Start conversion.
Click "Convert" button to start converting Blu-ray,DVD and Videos on Windows 8.1/8/7. When it is completed, click "Open" button to locate the generated files.

Some more helpful features of the Best Alternative to MPEG Streamclip:

a. Edit your video files (Optional)

If necessary, you can perhaps try to edit your video files with the converter. You can easily trim, crop, add effects, subtitles to your source files.

b. Advanced video, audio parameter settings

If you need to change your video's resolution, frame rate, bit rate or audio sample rate, audio channel, just click on Settings.

More features:
* Full disc copy supports to backup the whole Blu-ray keeping original structure and chapter markers, which can be used for further burning or creating ISO files.
* It supports to convert different videos to another video format for further playing or editing.
* Added 3D profiles in Format menu. (Side-by-Side, Top-Bottom, or Anaglyph 3D in MKV/MP4/MOV/WMV/AVI)
* Choosing main title for DVD/BD by default/ full disc copying without choosing root title manually.

Get the generated files to your hard drive or portable devices, in this way, you can keep it safe and easily play it at any time.

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Monday, March 17, 2014

Review: "Frozen" Blu-ray Warms My Heart

With over a billion dollars made, tons of merchandise, and lots of little girls replaying “Let it Go” incessantly (much to the annoyance of their parents), Disney’s Frozen is a phenomenon now. It almost feels pointless to review a movie that virtually everybody has seen, but I know some of you are interested in my opinion, so here we go.

I’ll tell you what I like about Frozen.

First of all, much like Tangled, it takes an existing fairy tale and very loosely adapts it, but it could be argued that the changes work in its favor, at least for movie storytelling purposes. Rather than the ice queen, named Elsa, being a straight-up villain, she’s reimagined as a misunderstood young woman who is hesitant to connect with anyone after an accident as a child nearly kills her energetic sister, Anna. Elsa’s rationale is very understandable: if she doesn’t get close to anybody, she can’t hurt them. This relationship strain reaches its peak on Anna and Elsa’s 18th birthday, when the two host an open palace gala, but Elsa’s powers are revealed to the shocked public. Scared, Elsa flees to the high mountains and carves out an ice palace for herself. It’s up to Anna to find Elsa and try to convince her to return home, hopefully mending their distant relationship in the process.

What I like most about Frozen is that it subverts our expectations of Disney movies. Elsa isn’t your typical “I hate everything just because” queen, but someone we pity and hope will come out of her shell. In fact, without giving too much away, the person who is actually the antagonist is not who we suspect. On a second viewing, I’m impressed that the movie is well-directed enough that the villain’s reveal is unexpected but doesn’t feel like a contrived and arbitrary plot twist either, because they keep this person just undeveloped enough to make their reveal a surprise. The motif of “true love” is also nicely subverted here in more ways than one. Early in the film, Anna courts Hans, a prince she’s convinced is her true love, but upon joining mountain man Kristoff in her journey to rescue Elsa, he makes her realize how hollow her relationship with Hans was. Without giving anything away, the finale also presents a unique take on “true love,” something which ties in nicely with the story’s theme.

As usual for Disney, the movie is eye candy in more ways than one. The kingdom of Arendelle, with its sprawling mountains, looks lovely, even during the scenes when it’s covered with snow (a nasty side effect of Elsa’s stress). It would be easy for a mostly white landscape to look bland, but they kept it varied enough. The ice effects and resulting reflections are similarly well-done, and we get to see them at work numerous times in the film. Great character animation rounds out the package, continuing the trend from Tangled of cute, expressive female leads (especially the plucky Anna) that make you forget you’re watching a CG cartoon and just let you get immersed in the character’s mannerisms and personalities.

Also like Tangled, Frozen combines a number of moods successfully. The infamous teaser trailer, where a walking talking snowman named Olaf and Kristoff’s moose Sven fight over a carrot on slippery ice, made the film look like a wacky Ice Age-style comedy, but the actual film is really more of a drama with infrequent comedic and action elements. It also introduces the non-dramatic moments without feeling disjointed or schizophrenic. Above all, though, what matters most is: Did I care about the characters? Yes. I wanted to see Elsa and Anna reunite, I wanted to see the villain get their comeuppance, and I stayed interested in the story throughout.

Most of my criticisms of Frozen are nitpicks and personal opinions. For one, the movie tries a little too hard to be a musical; a couple musical numbers felt superfluous and could’ve easily been spoken in dialog instead. And the song styles feel tailor-made to a future Broadway show. A cynical viewer could point to this and say, “Ugh, a movie just isn’t enough, is it Disney? You have to conquer musical theater too? I bet they designed it that way on purpose.” While some of the songs are indeed pretty memorable, there are others that I’m hard-pressed to hum even after seeing the movie twice. Didn’t really have that problem with Tangled.

Unrelated to the songs, a case could also be made for the Elsa/Anna relationship being repetitive. There are quite a few instances where Anna tries to convince Elsa to be warmer, but is rejected. Obviously, reluctance to change one’s personality is very true to life, but from a storytelling standpoint it does give that feel of, “Didn’t we already have a scene like this?” I also wasn’t crazy about Olaf, the comic relief snowman. He’s not really an annoying sidekick, and he has a couple amusing moments, but he adds little to the movie. Yeah, he gives comfort to Anna in a scene towards the end, but for the most part he exists to take up space and provide another tie-in toy for kids to buy.

Finally, if you really want to overanalyze Frozen, the argument could be made that the entire premise of the movie is based on a misunderstanding. I’m not referring to the distant Anna/Elsa relationship, either; I mean that when Elsa is revealed to have these freezing powers, she’s instantly assumed to be an evil sorceress. I know people fear the unknown, but why can’t the townspeople have a different reaction than “She practices black magic! Arrest her!” It doesn’t help that Elsa is forced to use the ice as attacks to protect herself when some soldiers come to her palace later in the film, thus perpetuating the misunderstanding that she’s violent and unpredictable.

However, despite these criticisms, I still very much enjoyed Frozen and was glad I saw it. But enough about the movie itself; what does the Blu-ray set give us?

“Get a Horse”, a brand new Mickey Mouse cartoon that played beforeFrozen in theaters, runs 6 min. It lovingly recreates the bouncy, rubber hose, full animation style of the ‘30s cartoons, but puts a twist on things after about two minutes by kicking Mickey out of the screen to render him in more realistic CG. Normally, that would be interesting enough, but the 2D and 3D animation keep interacting with each other. For innovation alone, this is a great short, but it also has a few laughs as well. An interesting thing about “Get a Horse” is how the dialog is primarily made of archival vocals, akin to 2011’s “I Tawt I Taw a Putty Tat”.

Unfortunately, any hopes of a comprehensive behind-the-scenes documentary on this release are dashed. “The Making of Frozen” runs a little over three minutes. The title is the most flagrant use of false advertising I’ve ever seen; it’s not a making-of doc like you’d think, but a musical number sung by various staff members. What a letdown. “D’frosted: Disney’s Journey From Hans Christian Anderson to Frozen” runs 7:39. It’s not really that substantial; it tells us what we already know in some cases (i.e. that Walt Disney had a thing for adapting fairy tales), and a good two minutes is just gushing about the backgrounds. And that’s really it for behind-the-scenes material. Surely there are some more stories to tell about the making of this movie. Why no feature length commentary, at least?

Also included are roughly seven minutes of deleted scenes. In the first, running 1:31, we get a glimpse of Elsa as a villain, before she became a tragic hero. This is what I wish they covered more in the “D’frosted” featurette: conceptual changes. In the next scene, running 2:37, we see Anna trying on different outfits and commenting on them to Elsa. I can see why it was cut. Another nothing scene running 1:17 concerns Anna suffering in the village before deciding to go find her sister. Finally, a 1:20 scene shows an alternate introduction to Kristoff, where he’s mountain climbing. Next to Elsa as a villian, this is the most interesting deleted scene, and I wouldn’t have minded seeing it fully animated.

If you’re into the song “Let it Go,” you’re in luck, because there are multiple music videos of it. The original teaser trailer forFrozen is also included. Finally, the Blu-ray/DVD version of the set includes a digital copy, so you can watch it on iTunes without the disc, or on your favorite mobile device. I myself don’t have a smartphone, but it’s nice to be able to watch the movie without putting the disc in my computer.

Frozen is a good movie with some refreshing defiances of expectations in certain areas. I didn’t love it as much as Tangled, the previous “reimagined fairy tale” Disney movie, but it’s still engaging and represents yet another sign that Disney’s been back on the right track since 2008. Sadly, though, the Blu-ray set is a disappointment, barely offering half an hour of special material. It’s a shame, because Frozen is a movie I would’ve loved to learn more about.

More movies review:

List of new movies hitting theaters March 2014
Movies and TV Series coming out on DVD at March 2014
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Thursday, March 6, 2014

Subtitle Tips: Blu-ray subtitles format, PGS/.sup subtitles, Play and convert PGS subtitles

This article will give you tips and tricks about Blu-ray subtitles format, as well as the way to convert and play .sup/pgs subtitles.

What is .SUP file format?
The .sup file extension stands for subtitle bitmap image extracted from a Blu-ray movie; it contains subtitle text graphics that are displayed during movie playback. The .sup subtitles are encoded with PGS codec, and sometimes known as PGS subtitles. It can be used for adding DVD subtitles to movies with authoring programs such as IfoEdit.

Convert a .sup subtitle to .srt, .ssa, .sub etc
SUP files can be converted to plain text using Optical Character Recognition programs such as SupRip. (Guide- convert .sup to .srt)

Which players support .sup subtitles?
Blu-ray Players and some HD Media Players (e.g. WD TV Live Hub, Netgear NeoTV 550 Ultimate HD Media Player)

How to extract .sup subtitles from a Blu-ray Disc?
Rip Blu-ray to BDMV /MKV/ISO and use tsMuxer to demux the Blu-ray structure (Guide- extract .sup subtitles from .m2ts).

How to convert .sup subtitles when ripping a Blu-ray Disc?
ByteCopy is a by far the exclusive Blu-ray ripper that converts .sup subtitles to .sub when ripping Blu-ray to MKV.

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Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Blu-ray Disc Encryptions: Regions and BD Region Hack

If you would like to watch Blu-ray disc without region limitation, this article below the definition region codes and how to bypass the blu-ray region codes built into their BD players
What are Blu-ray Disc region codes? 

Region codes place geographical restrictions on where in the world a Blu-ray movie can be played. For example, a BD system bought in the USA region would play only Blu-ray movie disks with that area’s encoding.

Why are there BD region codes?
The purpose of region codes is twofold. First, it allows regional pricing to be affected by the movie studios. Since pricing will be very different around the world, the system prevents home users importing home movies bought overseas at a lower price. Secondly, it allows the control of regional release of movie titles. Often, for instance, Hollywood films are available to buy on disk in the USA and Europe before other parts of the globe. With regional encoding, the studios can prevent unlicensed movie imports so giving distributors around the world control of supply.

The region codes are entirely voluntary on the part of the studios releasing the disks, and Blu-ray movie releases need not have any region code, so called “region free” releases. If a Blu-ray movie is region free, it can be played on all systems regardless of region. Interestingly, many early releases of Blu-ray films were region free.

Blu-ray Disc regions: Region A, Region B, and Region C
The world is divided into three regions by the BDA (Blu-ray Disk Association): Region A, Region B and Region C. The following map shows the regions as defined.

A: East Asia (except Mainland China and Mongolia), Southeast Asia, the Americas and their dependencies.
B: Africa, Southwest Asia, Europe (except Russia), Oceania and their dependencies.
C: Central Asia, East Asia (Mainland China and Mongolia only), South Asia, central Eurasia and their dependencies.

Blu-ray Region Hack/Crack/Bypass
In any case, many people are trying to work out how to bypass the blu-ray region codes built into their BD players, but there are rarely successes. But there are another way to play Region A blu-ray discs on Region on B/ C BD players and PS3: Use BDMagic to rip commercial blu-ray discs to remove the regions, and play the unprotected blu-ray movie from hard drive. Blu-ray players and PS3 boxes support playback of M2TS, MP4, AVI, MKV, MOV, etc.

More reviews:

Movies and TV Series coming out on Blu-ray at March 2014
New Movies coming out March 2014 List with Release Dates
How to Backup new released DVD discs on Windows 8.1/8 

Monday, March 3, 2014

New Movie Releases — March 2014

Spring has sprung, but don’t spend all your time frolicking outdoors — there’s plenty of great films heading to the theater in March to make you want to spend a little time inside, too. From epic action to young adult excitement, from the Muppets to car chases, there’s something for everyone this month. Read on for our guide to the new movie releases hitting theaters in March 2014.

March 7

‘300: Rise of an Empire‘ – Directed by Noam Murro. Starring Sullivan Stapleton, Rodrigo Santoro, and Eva Green. Greek general Themistokles leads the charge against invading Persian forces led by mortal-turned-god Xerxes and Artemisia, vengeful commander of the Persian navy.

‘Mr. Peabody and Sherman‘ – Directed by Rob Minkoff. Starring Ty Burrell, Max Charles, and Stephen Colbert. Using his most ingenious invention, the WABAC machine, Mr. Peabody and his adopted boy Sherman hurtle back in time to experience world-changing events first-hand and interact with some of the greatest characters of all time. They find themselves in a race to repair history and save the future.

‘Journey to the West’ (Limited) — Directed by Stephen Chow and Chi-kin Kwok. Starring Qi Shu, Zhang Wen, and Bo Huang. A story centered on Tang Sanzang, a Buddhist trying to protect a village from three demons, his emerging feelings for Miss Duan, the demon hunter who helps him repeatedly, and Sanzang’s transformative encounter with the Monkey King.

‘The Grand Budapest Hotel‘ (Limited) — Directed by Wes Anderson. Starring Ralph Fiennes, F. Murray Abraham, and Jude Law. The adventures of Gustave H, a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel between the wars, and Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend.

‘Jodorowsky’s Dune’ (Limited) — Directed by Frank Pavich. The story of cult film director Alejandro Jodorowsky’s ambitious but ultimately doomed film adaptation of the seminal science fiction novel.

‘Grand Piano‘ (Limited) — Directed by Eugenio Mira. Starring Elijah Wood, John Cusack, and Kerry Bishe. Moments before his comeback performance, a concert pianist who suffers from stage fright discovers a note written on his music sheet.

March 14

‘Need for Speed‘ – Directed by Scott Waugh. Starring Aaron Paul, Dominic Cooper, and Michael Keaton. Fresh from prison, a street racer who was framed by a wealthy business associate joins a cross country race with revenge in mind. His ex-partner, learning of the plan, places a massive bounty on his head as the race begins.

‘Tyler Perry’s The Single Mom’s Club’ – Directed by Tyler Perry. Starring Nia Long, Amy Smart, and Wendi McLendon-Covey. Brought together by an incident at their children’s school, a group of single mothers from different walks of life bond, and create a support group that helps them find comedy in the obstacles of life.

‘Bad Words‘ – Directed by Jason Bateman. Starring Jason Bateman, Kathryn Hahn, and Allison Janney. A spelling bee loser sets out to exact revenge by finding a loophole and attempting to win as an adult.

‘Enemy‘ (Limited) — Directed by Denis Villeneuve. Starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Melanie Laurent, and Sarah Gadon. A man seeks out his exact look-alike after spotting him in a movie.

‘The Art of the Steal’ (Limited) — Directed by Jonathan Sobol. Starring Katheryn Winnick, Jay Baruchel, and Kurt Russell. A third-rate motorcycle daredevil and part-time art thief teams up with his snaky brother to steal one of the most valuable books in the world.

‘Patrick: Evil Awakens’ (Limited) — Directed by Mark Hartley. Starring Charles Dance, Rachel Griffiths, and Sharni Vinson. After killing his mother and her lover some years before, Patrick is the comatose patient in room 15 of a remote, private psychiatric clinic.

‘Veronica Mars‘ (Limited) — Directed by Rob Thomas. Starring Kristen Bell, Jason Dohring, and Enrico Colantoni. Years after walking away from her past as a teenage private eye, Veronica Mars gets pulled back to her hometown — just in time for her high school reunion — in order to help her old flame Logan Echolls, who’s embroiled in a murder mystery.

‘One Chance’ (Limited) — Directed by David Frankel. Starring James Corden, Alexandra Roach, and Julie Walters. The true story of Paul Potts, a shy, bullied shop assistant by day and an amateur opera singer by night who became a phenomenon after being chosen for — and ultimately winning — “Britain’s Got Talent”.

‘Better Living Through Chemistry’ (Limited) — Directed by Geoff Moore and David Posamentier. Starring Olivia Wilde, Michelle Monaghan, and Sam Rockwell. A straight-laced pharmacist’s uneventful life spirals out of control when he starts an affair with a trophy wife customer who takes him on a joyride involving sex, drugs and possibly murder.

‘Ernest and Celestine’ (Limited) — Directed by Stephane Aubier, Vincent Patar, and Benjamin Renner. Starring Forest Whitaker, Lambert Wilson, and Pauline Brunner. The story of an unlikely friendship between a bear, Ernest, and a young mouse named Celestine.

‘On My Way’ (Limited) — Directed by Emmanuelle Bercot. Starring Catherine Deneuve, Nemo Schiffman, and Gerard Garouste. Facing a failed relationship and a struggling restaurant, a woman hits the road for a trip with her grandson.

‘Le Week-End’ (Limited) — Directed by Roger Michell. Starring Jeff Goldblum, Jim Broadbent, and Lindsay Duncan. A British couple return to Paris many years after their honeymoon there in an attempt to rejuvenate their marriage.

March 21

‘Divergent‘ – Directed by Neil Burger. Starring Shailene Woodley, Theo James, and Kate Winslet. Set in a futuristic dystopia, a teenager seeks to break free from her homogeneous society that divides people based on human traits. She leaves her faction and joins a rival group, where she falls for an older man.

‘Muppets Most Wanted‘ – Directed by James Bobin. Starring Tina Fey, Ricky Gervais, and Ty Burrell. While on a grand world tour, The Muppets find themselves wrapped into an European jewel-heist caper headed by a Kermit the Frog look-alike and his dastardly sidekick.

‘Nymphomaniac: Part One‘ (Limited) — Directed by Lars Von Trier. Starring Charlotte Gainsbourg, Stellan Skarsgard, and Stacy Martin. A self-diagnosed nymphomaniac recounts her erotic experiences to the man who saved her after a beating.

‘Blood Ties’ (Limited) — Directed by Guillaume Canet. Starring Mila Kunis, Zoe Saldana, and Marion Cotillard. Two brothers, on either side of the law, face off over organized crime in Brooklyn during the 1970s.

‘Rob the Mob’ (Limited) — Directed by Raymond De Felitta. Starring Michael Pitt, Nina Arianda, and Andy Garcia. A couple targets the Mafia for heists and stumbles upon something big at an underground club.

‘A Birder’s Guide to Everything’ (Limited) — Directed by Rob Meyer. Starring Ben Kingsley, Kodi Smit-McPhee, and James Le Gros. David Portnoy, a 15-year-old birding fanatic, thinks that he’s made the discovery of a lifetime. So, on the eve of his father’s remarriage, he escapes on an epic road trip with his best friends to solidify their place in birding history.

‘Maladies’ (Limited) — Directed by Carter. Starring James Franco, Catherine Keener, and Fallon Goodson. A talented and successful actor retires at a young age due to a perceived mental illness. Now living in a small town with his deranged sister and his best friend, we watch as their maladies intertwine.

‘McCanick’ (Limited) — Directed by Josh C. Waller. Starring Rachel Nichols, Mike Vogel, and Ciaran Hinds. Set over the course of one day, a narcotics detective hunts for a seemingly harmless young criminal who knows a truth about the cop’s past.

March 28

‘A Haunted House 2‘ – Directed by Michael Tiddes. Starring Marlon Wayans, Jaime Pressly, and Cedric the Entertainer. Having exorcised the demons of his ex, Malcolm is starting fresh with his new girlfriend and her two children. After moving into their dream home, however, Malcolm is once again plagued by bizarre paranormal events.

Noah– Directed by Darren Aronofsky. Starring Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, and Anthony Hopkins. The Biblical Noah suffers visions of an apocalyptic deluge and takes measures to protect his family from the coming flood.

– Directed by David Ayer. Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sam Worthington, and Terrence Howard. Members of an elite DEA task force find themselves being taken down one by one after they rob a drug cartel safe house.

‘The Raid 2‘ (Limited) — Directed by Gareth Evans. Starring Iko Uwais, Julie Estelle, and Yayan Ruhian. Only a short time after the first raid, Rama goes undercover with the thugs of Jakarta and plans to bring down the syndicate and uncover the corruption within his police force

‘Breathe In’ (Limited) — Directed by Drake Doremus. Starring Felicity Jones, Guy Pearce, and Mackenzie Davis. When a foreign exchange student arrives in a small upstate New York town, she challenges the dynamics of her host family’s relationships and alters their lives forever.

‘Cesar Chavez’ (Limited) — Directed by Diego Luna. Starring Michael Pena, Rosario Dawson, and John Malkovich. A biography of the civil-rights activist and labor organizer Cesar Chavez.


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