14A, Drama, 163 min
In 2002, Richard Linklater cast a six-year-old boy to play a child named Mason (Ellar Coltrane). Using the same cast from start to beginning, Linklater wrote and directed this groundbreaking story of a little boy growing from six to 18 before our eyes.
We watch as he goes through the ordinary passages of boyhood, from learning how to play football and riding a bicycle, to more complicated things such as discovering girls, trying alcohol and discovering what he wants to do with his life.
Dolphin Tale 2
G, Family, 107 min
Several years earlier, Sawyer Nelson (Nathan Gamble) and the team at the Clearwater Marine Hospital in Florida, headed by Dr. Clay Haskett (Harry Connick, Jr.), rescued Winter the dolphin. They enlisted the help of Dr. Cameron McCarthy (Morgan Freeman), who developed a unique prosthetic tail for the injured dolphin, thereby saving her life.
When Winterís surrogate mother, an elderly dolphin named Panama, passes away, Winter is left without a pool mate. Not only is Winter lonely without her friend, but according to USDA regulations, dolphins, who are very social, can't be housed alone. Clearwater needed to find Winter another friend or lose her to another aquarium. When another baby dolphin needs rescuing, they may have just found the solution to their problem.
E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial
Family, 115 min
Elliot (Henry Thomas) is a lonely 10-year-old boy who discovers a little alien and names him "E.T." A group of alien botanists were on Earth during the night to collect plant samples, but government agents forced them to flee, leaving E.T. behind. Elliot lures E.T. into his bedroom using a trail of Reeseís Pieces and gains his trust. Elliot introduces his 16-year-old brother, Michael (Robert McNaughton), and five-year-old sister, Gertie (Drew Barrymore) to his new friend.
Little do they know, the bond between Elliot and E.T. is more than just friendship, but also psychic as they both feel each otherís emotions and thoughts. But as E.T.ís health starts to decline, so does Elliotís and the siblings must find a way to save their alien friend and get him home before the government agents find them.
Guardians of the Galaxy 3D
PG, Action, 121 min
Peter Quill (Chris Pratt) starts off as an Earth child whose mother is dying. When she passes, it changes his outlook on life. Heís then raised as a space adventurer and thief whose life is in danger after stealing a mysterious orb. Many in the universe seek the orb, although only some know its true power and purpose. When Quill discovers why thugs and villains are after the orb, he must bring together rivals and enemies to help protect the universe.
Gamora (Zoe Saldana) is connected with Thanos, a powerful being feared by many. She meets Peter under dangerous circumstances and Peter must quickly decide if the deadly and talented Gamora could become an ally or if her loyalty lies with Thanos. Drax (Dave Bautista) has a rough reputation and has no wish to help Peter, unless they find common ground. Genetic experiment Rocket (Bradley Cooper) has teamed up with the tree-like Groot (Vin Diesel) to capture Peter for bounty, unless he can convince them heís worth more to them than a payday.
If I Stay
PG, Drama, 108 min
Mia (ChloŽ Grace Moretz) is a 17-year-old gifted cellist with a loving family and boyfriend (Jamie Blackley) as well an amazing career ahead of her. That all changes in an instant when Mia and her family are involved in a horrible car accident.
Rushed to ICU, hovering between life and death, Mia has an out-of-body experience as she lies in a coma. She finds out her parents died in the accident and watches as her extended family and friends come to visit her in the hospital. She soon realizes she has a choice to makewake up to a life that will be more difficult than she had ever imaginedor let go and die.
Based on the young adult novel by Gayle Forman.
Canadian Connection: Filmed in Vancouver and Coquitlam, British Columbia. Several cast members are Canadian.
Let's Be Cops
14A, Comedy, 105 min
When two best friends (Damon Wayans Jr., Jake Johnson) dress as police officers for a costume party, they become instantly famous in the neighborhood. However, these non-cops soon find themselves tangled in the real life world of crime, mobsters and dirty cops.
Magic in the Moonlight
Comedy, 97 min
Stanley (Colin Firth), an illusionist, is considered to be the greatest debunker of fake spiritualists. He's asked to investigate a young woman named Sophie (Emma Stone), who has many people convinced that she's a spirit medium. However, some believe she's perpetrating a hoax and swindling her devoted clients.
Stanley gets to know her, but the more time he spends with her, the more mystified he becomes. Unable to uncover any trickery on her part, he begins to question whether she is really psychic.
National Theatre Live: A Streetcar Named Desire
No Good Deed
14A, Thriller, 84 min
A devoted wife and mother of two (Taraji P. Henson) living an ideal suburban life fights for survival after a dangerous escaped convict (Idris Elba) invades her home and terrorizes her family.
The Hundred-Foot Journey
PG, Drama, 122 min
After a tragic incident, the Kadam family, led by Papa (Om Puri), moves from their native India to make a fresh start in a safer place. Their van breaks down just outside the quaint village of Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val in the south of France. They're rescued by Marguerite (Charlotte Le Bon), who takes them in and gives them an exquisite meal. Papa finds a place for sale that he believes would be perfect for them to open an Indian restaurant, the Maison Mumbai. His secret weapon is his talented son, Hassan (Manish Dayal), for whom cooking is an art and a passion.
However, Madame Mallory (Helen Mirren), the chilly owner of a Michelin-starred French restaurant, objects to the existence of a new restaurant 100 feet from her own. She decides to make things difficult for the Kadams. As the clash between the two establishments escalates, Hassan falls for Marguerite, who turns out to be Madame Malloryís sous chef.
Based on the novel "The Hundred-Foot Journey" by Richard C. Morais.