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NEW MOVIES!  APRIL 4 - APRIL 10, 2017

ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY (USA, PG-13) - This is an offshoot of STAR WARS. It actually has nothing to do with the original story but that doesn't stop it from telling you it does. I mean it does kinda but it's got characters that didn't exist in the original thing.
DIRECTED BY: Gareth Edwards
STARRING: Felicity Jones, Diego Luna, Riz Ahmed, Ben Mendelsohn, Donnie Yen, Mads Mikkelsen, Alan Tudyk, Jiang Wen, Forest Whitaker
METASCORE: 65, based on 51 Critics
OFFICE CHRISTMAS PARTY (USA, R) - Jennifer Aniston threatens to shut down her brother Jason Bateman's branch of a company. In response, he throws an epic office Christmas party. That'll show her!
DIRECTED BY: Josh Gordon / Will Speck
STARRING: Jason Bateman, Olivia Munn, T. J. Miller, Jillian Bell, Vanessa Bayer, Courtney B. Vance, Rob Corddry, Sam Richardson, Randall Park, Kate McKinnon, Jennifer Aniston
METASCORE: 42, based on 35 Critics
*PATERSON (USA, R) - Jarmusch's newest film follows a man named Paterson and gives you a glimpse into a week in his life. He's a regular guy who goes to work every day to drive a city bus and then comes home to his wife. He's also a poet.
DIRECTED BY: Jim Jarmusch
STARRING: Adam Driver, Golshifteh Farahani, Barry Shabaka Henley, Cliff Smith
METASCORE: 90, based on 41 Critics
NEWTOWN (USA, Not Rated) - This acclaimed documentary is about Newtown, Connecticut and how the community came together in the wake of the awful shooting that took the lives of school children. Like the recent TOWER, it's about how regular people respond to real life tragedy and horror.
DIRECTED BY: Kim A. Snyder
METASCORE: 87, based on 16 Critics
ONE MORE TIME WITH FEELING (UK, Not Rated) - This is a music documentary about Nick Cave. It's about his writing process and his band, but also about how he uses music to cope with life after the accidental death of his 15-year-old son.
DIRECTED BY: Andrew Dominik
METASCORE: 92, based on 14 Critics
ART BASTARD (USA, Not Rated) - This is a comedic documentary/biography of art. It seeks to ask and answer some deep questions. Artist-provocateur Robert Cenedella will be your guide.
DIRECTED BY: Victor Kanefsky
METASCORE: 70, based on 13 Critics
^THREE (Hong Kong, Not Rated) - A thug gets himself shot so that the police have to take him to the hospital. He then refuses treatment, hoping to buy himself some time to escape. The detective in charge of his case figures out what he is doing but allows him to do it in the hopes of capturing his entire gang. The brain surgeon on duty is caught in the middle of a moral quandary.
DIRECTED BY: Johnnie To
STARRING: Zhao Wei, Louis Koo, Wallace Chung
METASCORE: 71, based on 10 Critics
YOUTH IN OREGON (USA, Not Rated) - A man and his 80-year-old father take a comedic road trip. The end destination is a place in Oregon where his dad can be euthanized. They discuss life and have quite a fun time.
DIRECTED BY: Joel David Moore
STARRING: Frank Langella, Billy Crudup, Christina Applegate, Nicola Peltz, Mary Kay Place, Josh Lucas
METASCORE: 38, based on 10 Critics
THE BOOK OF LOVE (USA, PG-13) - Tragedy strikes Henry and Penny. Afterwards, Henry meets a girl who is constructing a raft to sail across the ocean in search of her father. Together, with some others, they build the thing and also rebuild their lives.
DIRECTED BY: Bill Purple
STARRING: Maisie Williams, Jessica Biel, Jason Sudeikis, Mary Steenburgen, Orlando Jones, Paul Reiser
METASCORE: 27, based on 6 Critics
THE INSTITUTE (USA, R) - A girl is left orphaned in 19th century Baltimore. She then voluntarily checks herself into an institute to help her deal with the grief. However, the institute utilizes bizarre and violent testing so her new focus becomes escaping this place. That's one way to get over the death of your parents.
DIRECTED BY: James Franco / Pamela Romanowsky
STARRING: James Franco, Allie Gallerani, Tim Blake Nelson, Lori Singer, Pamela Anderson, Josh Duhamel, Eric Roberts
METASCORE: 23, based on 3 Critics
WE DONíT BELONG HERE (USA, R) - A mother finds herself at her breaking point after the disappearance of her son. It's a nice light-hearted family flick, but for adults who like drama and being sad.
DIRECTED BY: Peer Pedersen
STARRING: Catherine Keener, Anton Yelchin, Kaitlyn Dever, Maya Rudolph, Riley Keough, Annie Starke, Justin Chatwin, Molly Shannon, Cary Elwes
   
^ = BART'S PICK OF THE WEEK!          * = KYRA'S PICK OF THE WEEK!

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