Opening in Orlando -- April 13th, 2012


Blue Like Jazz -- This adaptation of campus minister Donald Miller’s soul-searching autobiography was dead in the water until fans on KickStarter contributed more than $300,000 to get it completed. Hey, why do you think they call ’em “angels”?  (PG-13) [youtube GOglQgyxYkI] Bully -- Reviewed this week. (PG-13)

The Cabin in the Woods -- Reviewed this week. (R)

Lockout -- While we all worriedly await that Escape From New York remake/sequel/prequel/butchery, Guy Pearce does his best to soften the blow via this patent knockoff. Unless you really believe that the idea of a discredited government operative forced to rescue the President’s daughter from a futuristic prison comes directly from the mind of presenter Luc Besson. (PG-13)

[youtube pmAbEgayExs] The Raid: Redemption -- Reviewed this week. (R)

The Three Stooges -- The Farrelly Brothers pay tribute to the legendary comedy trio to whom they owe so much (here portrayed by Will Sasso, Sean Hayes and Chris Diamantapoulos). On the fence about this one? Here’s something to chew over: Mel Gibson has always loved these guys.  (PG)

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