At the MoviesNow playing at Mitchell's Luxury 5 Cinemas: Warm Bodies, Mama, Zero Dark Thirty, Parker and Bullet to the Head.
From the director of 50/50 comes a funny, poignant and romantic tale about being alive, being dead and the blurry line in between.
“Warm Bodies” tells the story of “R” (Nicolas Hoult from “XMen: First Class”), a highly unusual zombie who rescues a girl (Theresa Palmer from “I Am Number Four”) from imminent death at the hands of his fellow zombies.
Their unlikely romance sets in motion a chain of events that will transform him, his fellow dead and maybe even the whole lifeless world.
“Warm Bodies” opens Friday nationally, including at the Luxury 5 Cinemas. 97 minutes.
It is rated PG-13 for zombie violence and some language.
Famed horror director Guillermo del Toro presents this new supernatural thriller that tells the haunting tale of two little girls who disappeared into the woods the day that their mother was murdered.
When they are rescued years later and begin a new life, they find that someone or something still wants to come tuck them in at night.
The day their father killed their mother, sisters Victoria and Lilly vanished near their suburban neighborhood. For five long years, their Uncle Lucas (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) and his girlfriend, Annabel (Jessica Chastain), have been madly searching for them.
But when, incredibly, the kids are found alive in a decrepit cabin, the couple wonder if the girls are the only guests they have welcomed into their home.
As Annabel tries to introduce the children to a normal life, she grows convinced of an evil presence in their house. Are the sisters experiencing traumatic stress, or is a ghost coming to visit them?
How did the broken girls survive those years all by themselves?
As she answers these disturbing questions, the new mother will find that the whispers she hears at bedtime are coming from the lips of a deadly presence.
“Mama” opens Friday at the Luxury 5 Cinemas. 100 minutes.
It is rated PG-13 for violence and terror, some disturbing images and thematic elements.
BULLET TO THE HEAD
Sylvester Stallone and Christian Slater star in a new action-packed thriller.
This new action hit tells the story of a New Orleans hit man (Stallone) and a New York City cop who form an alliance to bring down the killers of their respective partners. It is based on the popular graphic novel.
“Bullet to the Head” opens Friday nationally, including at the Luxury 5 Cinemas. 91 minutes.
It is rated R for strong violence, bloody images, language, some nudity and brief drug use.
ZERO DARK THIRTY
This is the controversial film that reveals how the CIA located Osama bin Laden and was able to send in Navy SEAL Team 6 to kill him.
Academy Award-winning director Kathryn Bigelow had unprecedented access to CIA personnel to research the story. Writer-producer Mark Boal (“Hurt Locker”) teamed up with Bigelow to tell the story of history’s greatest manhunt for the world’s most dangerous man. Jessica Chastain stars as the female FBI agent who became obsessed with locating bin Laden. The film also stars Jason Clarke, Joel Edgerton, Mark Strong and Jennifer Ehle. “Zero Dark Thirty” is held over. 160 minutes. It is rated R for strong violence including brutal disturbing images, and for language.
Jason Statham and Jennifer Lopez team up to get their cut in this new crime thriller The film is based on the series of bestselling novels by Donald E. Westlake. Parker (Statham) is a professional thief who lives by a personal code of ethics: Don’t steal from people who can’t afford it and don’t hurt people who don’t deserve it. But on his latest heist, his crew double crosses him, steals his stash and leaves him for dead.
Determined to make sure they regret it, Parker tracks them to Palm Beach, playground of the rich and famous, where the crew is planning its biggest heist ever.
Donning the disguise of a rich Texan, Parker takes on an unlikely partner, Leslie (Lopez), a savvy insider, who’s short on cash, but big on looks, smarts and ambition. Together, they devise a plan to hijack the score, take everyone down and get away clean.
“Parker” is held over. 118 minutes. It is rated R for strong violence, language throughout and brief sexual content/nudity.