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    Hugh Jackman back again in a stand-alone Wolverine movie for superhero fans


    Spring break and summertime movies are done … this one is about going back to school … and what a young woman needs to know before she gets there.

  • 1. ERASED:

    Aaron Eckhart stars as Ben Logan, an ex-CIA agent who suddenly finds himself a non-person … every vestige of his identity and of his time with the agency has been erased and now he’s on the run with his daughter Amy (Liana Liberato) as unknown entities chase him across Europe. Very much like the movie “Taken,” with elements of “Three Days of the Condor,” and “Unknown,” with a dash of “Bourne.” Nothing we haven’t seen before, but still a good action-thriller in which no one is quite what they seem. Originally released as “Expatriate.” Rated 14A.


    Utility actor and advocate for the homeless, Mark Webber, wrote this film, directed it, and plays the lead character … named Mark. It’s the study of a young man who’s wife dies suddenly, and who is left with a young son to raise. Much of what transpires is based on Webber’s own life and his own experiences. He grew up homeless with just one parent, and has managed to take much of that pain, and some of the positive aspects, and put them together in this story of love, loss, and redemption. Michael Cera and Amanda Seyfried also star. Rated 14A.   

  • 3. TRANCE:

    Danny Boyle (Slumdog Millionaire) directed this delicious heist movie that twists and turns like a trailer park in a tornado as plotlines spin out, disappear, and show up over your left shoulder when you are least expecting them. James McAvoy (“X-Men First Class”) is Simon, an art dealer who has thrown in with the wrong people to recover a stolen painting. Added to the mix is a hypnotist who thinks this can be done more easily than with guns. A stunning performance by Rosario Dawson rounds out the electric cast with a story that will keep you guessing every step of the way. Rated 14A.


    This is the work directory Danny Boyle did in his “spare time” between producing the opening and closing ceremonies of last year’s Summer Olympics in London.

ERASER (1996):

The best of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s non-Terminator movies, he plays a witness protection specialist who erases people’s pasts. Vanessa Williams co-stars.


    Very spooky ghost story – one of the best

  • RED 2

    Great cast of old assassins, easily as good as the first

  • RIPD

    Ryan Reynolds is excellent as a dead policiman!

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