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NEW MOVIES!  JANUARY 24 - JANUARY 30, 2017

INFERNO (USA, PG-13) - Robert wakes up in Italy in a hospital with just no idea. There is some kinda global threat. So he and some doctor team up and gallivant around Europe trying to find out where Colonel Mustard and his candle stick will strike next.
DIRECTED BY: Ron Howard
STARRING: Tom Hanks, Felicity Jones, Omar Sy, Sidse Babett Knudsen, Ben Foster, Irrfan Khan
METASCORE: 42, based on 47 Critics
*THE LIGHT BETWEEN OCEANS (New Zealand, PG-13) - A couple, very much in love, tend to a lighthouse and each other. After miscarrying their first child, the couple discovers a boat lost at sea complete with baby inside. The distraught and hopeful woman decides to keep the baby and raise it as her own. If you have any feelings at all this movie will make you cry.
DIRECTED BY: Derek Cianfrance
STARRING: Michael Fassbender, Alicia Vikander, Rachel Weisz, Bryan Brown, Jack Thompson
METASCORE: 60, based on 44 Critics
^THE HANDMAIDEN (South Korea, Not Rated) - Picture this: in 1930s Korea, a handmaiden, which is apparently just a maid who dresses you, is hired by a Japanese woman who is soon to inherit, like, all kinds of money. Little does her new boss know she is actually a pickpocket hired by a con man to help him get the money.
DIRECTED BY: Chan-wook Park
STARRING: Kim Min-hee, Ha Jung-woo, Cho Jin-woong, Kim Tae-ri
METASCORE: 84, based on 38 Critics
THE MONSTER (USA, R) - An alcoholic butthead (by which I mean a cigarette smoker) mother is supposed to bring her ten-year-old daughter to visit her dad. Naturally, they are running late because the mom was too hung over to prioritize her child. On the drive they get attacked by a monster and are forced to confront some ugly truths - one of which is probably that the kid should live with her father.
DIRECTED BY: Bryan Bertino
STARRING: Zoe Kazan, Scott Speedman, Ella Ballentine
METASCORE: 69, based on 13 Critics
HIERONYMUS BOSCH: TOUCHED BY THE DEVIL (Netherlands, Not Rated) - This is a documentary about a Dutch museum which, 500 years after his death, decided to have an art exhibit of this guy's controversial paintings. All of the works include some representation of the devil and in life the man never got recognized for his talents. That's the cool thing about art, but if you're anything like me, you'd much prefer the positive attention while you're still alive.
DIRECTED BY: Pieter van Huystee
METASCORE: 64, based on 10 Critics
THE VESSEL (Puerto Rico, PG-13) - A small town is riddled with sadness after a tsunami wipes out their elementary school and all the children in it. They look to their priest for answers but he is all out of them. Then he builds an ark out of the remains of the school kinda like that Noah guy from the Bible did.
DIRECTED BY: Julio Quintana
STARRING: Lucas Quintana, Martin Sheen, Jacqueline Duprey
METASCORE: 67, based on 8 Critics
USS INDIANAPOLIS: MEN OF COURAGE (USA, R) - This is a crappy WWII movie starring the bottom-scraping Nic Cage. When their battleship is sunk by the Japanese, 300 men are forced to try and survive in waters filled with hungry sharks. I hope they eat Nic first.
DIRECTED BY: Mario Van Peebles
STARRING: Nicolas Cage, Tom Sizemore, Thomas Jane, Matt Lanter, Brian Presley, Cody Walker
METASCORE: 30, based on 8 Critics
DANCER (UK, Not Rated) - This is a documentary about Sergei Polunin. He's a famous bad boy dancer. As he's about to become the legendary kind of famous, he has a bit of an existential crisis. But don't we all when good things happen?
DIRECTED BY: Steven Cantor
METASCORE: 68, based on 5 Critics
BLUSH (Israel, Not Rated) - Naama is a 17 year old girl, her hobbies include: alcohol, drugs, and hanging with her friends. Her home life kinda sucks. Then she falls in love with someone new in school. It's a girl.
DIRECTED BY: Michal Vinik
STARRING: Sivan Noam Shimon, Hadas Jade Sakori
^ = BART'S PICK OF THE WEEK!          * = KYRA'S PICK OF THE WEEK!

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