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March Movie Releases

Let me just say that I am super excited to announce this month’s movie releases. We have a great selection of movies in theaters this month, including the live-action Cinderella movie. Anyone excited for that?

March 6

Chappie

“A thinking robot could be the end of mankind!” Hugh Jackman plays the antagonist is this is sci-fi action movie about a robot that starts thinking for itself. It’s from the director of District 9 which means a lot of robot fights, futuristic guns, and the comedy that comes from any robot learning about the objects around it. Rated R

Unfinished Business

We got ourselves a Vince Vaughn comedy about a man with his two employees competing against his previous company employer to land a business deal with a Germany to keep his own business alive. A lot of drinking, sexual innuendos, possibly some drug use and a lot of swearing; the usual you expect from any comedy movie with Vince Vaughn. Rated R

Merchants of Doubt

This documentary focuses on a group of people who are pundits-for-hire who create the “scientific” contradictory claim against well-studied public threats ranging anywhere from tobacco to global warming. Into documentaries that lift the curtain such as Blackfish or Food Inc? Watch this next. Premieres in select theaters

The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

Sequel to the Best Exotic Marigold Hotel which is filled with the same funny actors and actresses such as Bill Nighy, Judi Drench, and Maggie Smith with a little help now from Dev Patel (Slumdog Millionaire) and Richard Gere (Shall We Dance?). If you have seen the first movie, why not go for the second movie? Rated PG

March 13

Cinderella

The next in line live-action Disney movie, Cinderella promises to share the events from where she becomes the little cinder girl leading up to where one glass slipper will change her life forever. With the help of Helen Carter Bohem as the Fairy Godmother, Cate Blanchett as the Evil Stepmother, and directed by Kenneth Branagh, this movie is sure to meet the ranks of Maleficent. Rated PG

 Run All Night

Liam Neelson plays the main character, a retired hitman, helping to his family from his vengeful best friend, a mob boss, after shooting his son. His estrange son helps out as they try to make a run for it all night, and try to come out on top. Rated R

It Follows

After meeting with a boy and getting very close to him, Jay is starting to become haunted by someone or something following her. It’s always getting closer, one step behind, and this is going to be another reason why you have to sleep with the lights on. Another thing is that this is being released on Friday the 13th. Rated R

March 20

Divergent Series: Insurgent

The sequel movie in the Divergent series, Tris and Four are on the run from Jeanine who needs her for a powerful device that could change the civilization that is left. Along with the promise to be as action-filled and powerful as the first movie, the second movie is going to prove that it’s so much better. Rated PG-13

Danny Collins

Inspired by a true story, Al Pacino plays singer has-been, Danny Collins, who finds out he has received a letter from John Lennon 40 years ago, and he just got it today. After reading it, Danny takes a look at his life, wants to start over, and tries to make amends with his daughter, played by Jennifer Garnier. Rated R mostly due to harsh language.

Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter

Kumiko is leaving the same dull boring life working as an office girl for a picky boss, and sharing an apartment with her rabbit in Tokyo. When she comes across an American film on VHS, she is constantly fast forwarding, rewinding, and rewatching it to map out where a briefcase full of loot could be, and then she finally makes a trip to America to find it. Rated PG-13

Tracers

Jacob Black (not the actual character, but Taylor Lautner) is back in another action movie where he joins a parkour group that does heists for fun and makes a lot of money doing so. This movie is bound to have a lot of “I can do that” or “I wish I could do that” or “How the hell did he do that without backing a bone?” moments, but something tells me it’s going to be a lot better than Abduction was. Rated PG-13

March 27

Get Hard

Sentenced to do time in a maximum security prison, a bank manager (Will Ferrell) approaches Kevin Hart to help prepare him for prison. With 30 days to get his affairs in order and prep him for what may come while serving time, Hart does what he can to make sure that Ferrell can survive even one day in prison by having him join a gang for protection. Rated R

Home

After accidentaly doing a little boo-boo on his own planet, an alien named O comes to Earth to hide and to make his new home. He encounters Tip who helps him and is very resourceful. This fun-filled family animated movie is bound to put smiles on your faces and a perfect movie to watch for the late winter blues. Rated PG

Serena

Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence team up once again as newlyweds in the 1920’s that are building a timber empire. As the empire grows, more things are brought to light, and challenges present themselves that test their marriage and the ability to keep their love afloat. Rated R

While We’re Young

A middle-aged couple meet up with a younger couple who encourage them to engage to different events, and they feel a little more energized as they try new things. Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts play the couple that are being pressured into having kids, and Amanda Seyfried and Adam Driver are the free-spirited couple that are into everything. Rated R

 

DVD Releases

March 6

  • The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1

March 10

  • Night at the Museum 3: Secret of the Tomb

March 17

  • Exodus: Gods and Kings
  • The Penguins of Madagascar
  • Son of a Gun
  • Vice

March 24

  • The Hobbit 3: The Battle of the Five Armies
  • Into the Woods
  • Unbroken
  • Song One

March 31

  • Interstellar
  • The Imitation Game
  • Wild
  • The Rewrite
  • Wild Card

Is there any theater releases or DVD releases that I missed that you want to share? Leave a comment below.

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