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Cover your scent, stay with the group, and if anything chases you, run! Jurassic World may be shut down, but the leftover dinosaurs aren’t going extinct (again) without a fight in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Part monster movie, part rescue caper, and all heart-stopping adventure, this ride is now open to all ages in up to 4K UHD.
Need more reptile action? How about some dino-sized crocodiles running rampant in an abandoned government black site? They’re mean, they’re green, and in a franchise of marine monsters they’re the deadliest batch yet. These aren’t your grandma’s crocs; this is Lake Placid: Legacy.
It’s not that weird to have a new boyfriend your family doesn’t exactly approve of. However, when the family are dangerously controlling and the boyfriend is a suspect in several unsolved murders, awkward holiday dinners are the least of your worries. Moll must choose sides wisely or find herself face-to-face with the true nature of the Beast.
Blackmail is the name of the game. When a movie star’s private detective pins a scandalous threat on the wrong man, it starts a domino effect that implicates and upends everyone involved. Bullets and accusations fly in The Big Take, a comedy of errors, identities, and extortion.
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If horror movies were spicy foods, Hereditary would be a big ol’ ghost pepper. Grab a friend, a flashlight, and a security blanket to watch the haunting family drama that made audiences cry, critics jump, and horror fans scream with joy.
Once upon a time a man in a cardigan sweater came along and, with the helps of some friendly puppets and a model trolley, taught kids of all ages lessons about caring, community, and compassion. That man was Mister Fred Rogers, and Won’t You Be My Neighbor? is the story of how he took over and changed television, one new neighbor at a time.
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Accountability means that when something goes wrong on your watch, you make it right. For one dedicated bank manager, that means hunting down the master thief who stole from his bank and murdered one of the employees. For his ex-cop neighbor (Bruce Willis), it means lending a hand, even if it’s not a clean one, in Reprisal.