• Dear Santa

    Like it or not, the Holiday Season...

  • Thank You for Your Service

    A powerful war epic where the battles...

  • Blade Runner 2049

    Ryan Gosling and Harrison ford star in...

  • Coherence

    A passing comet stirs chaos for friends...

  • The Snowman

    Michael Fassbender's latest film doesn't hold up...

  • Jigsaw

    The 2017 effort fails to live up...

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Top Box Office

1. It (R) $478,096,375M
2. Blade Runner 2049 (R) $81,983,908M
3. American Assassin (R) $26,185,076M
4. Mother! (NR) $25,959,798M
5. Paperthin $0M
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Image Dear Santa (PG)
Feel good movies will reign freely for the next 6 weeks, and its one of the top reasons why the holiday season is... Read full review
Image Thank You for Your Service (R)
Jason Hall’s “Thank You for Your Service” proves that war-themed films need not focus on combat to be effective. Based on David Finkel’s acclaimed... Read full review
Image Blade Runner 2049 (R)
To be born is to have a soul. If Ridley Scott’s 1982 masterpiece “Blade Runner” forecasted the culmination of humanity, then “2049” seeks its... Read full review
Image Coherence (NR)
Savage science fiction fans will love “Coherence,” a 2013 suspense thriller by James Ward Byrkit, that basks itself in all things supernatural and... Read full review
Image The Snowman (R)
“The Snowman” looks so great on paper – director Tomas Alfredsson (“Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy”, “Let the Right One In”) helms it, Martin... Read full review
Image Jigsaw (R)
Spanning 13 years – and a now staggering eight movies – the “Saw” franchise has seen enough traps and gore to last a... Read full review
Image Cube (R)
“Cube” is concrete proof that Canadians should stick with Hockey. The 1997 science-fiction, horror hybrid(with neither being correct) appeared on a list of... Read full review
Image Happy Death Day (PG-13)
Applying the “Groundhog Day” form to a horror movie seems so obvious a concept that it is surprising that “Happy Death Day” is the... Read full review
Image Gerald’s Game (TV-MA)
What happens when you combine the horror mind of Stephen King with the bedroom antics of “Fifty Shades of Grey?” You get “Gerald’s Game.”... Read full review
Image Aliens (R)
Seven years after the original “Alien” was produced, its sequel, “Aliens” was released. This time, however, the film packs more of a punch,... Read full review
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