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There is something to see in theaters this week for 3D film fans of all ages. A popular sci-fi film series now has its second film in 3D. Children and Disney fans alike will want to check out the re-release of a popular animated film.
Marlin and Dory are back on the big screen searching for Nemo, but now they're in 3D. Finding Nemo 3D brings a new look to the acclaimed 2003 children's film. The animated aquatic adventure takes the fearful clown fish out into the Great Barrier Reef to find his missing son. The PG film plays for one hour and forty minutes.
Alice is back to save the world from the Umbrella Corporation and zombies once again in Resident Evil: Retribution. In the fourth film in the Resident Evil series, she gets deeper into the mysterious facility that is responsible for the mass contamination. There, she uncovers secrets that alter her perspective. The sci-fi adventure film runs for one hour and thirty-five minutes. It's rated R for violence and is available in 2D, 3D, and IMAX 3D theaters.
A mayor who lost his son in the war seeks to re-instill faith and patriotism in his community in Last Ounce of Courage. With the help of his grandson, he is able to overcome his grief and spark a movement for the freedom of expression. The one hour and forty-one minute film is rated PG.
Classmates come together for their high school reunion in 10 Years. In the limited released drama, old flames reignite, rivalries resume and people who claim to have changed revert back to their old selves. The PG-13 film stars Channing Tatum, Jenna Dewan-Tatum, Chris Pratt, Rosario Dawson, Justin Long, Oscar Isaac, Kate Mara, Ron Livingston and Lynn Collins. It plays for one hour and forty minutes.
Richard Gere and Susan Sarandon star in Arbitrage. In the film, a seemingly successful businessman must close a big deal before his fraud is uncovered. Not only is he deceiving his wife and daughter about their money situation, but he's also cheating with a young French art dealer. The drama plays out in one hour and forty minutes. The limited released film is rated R for violence, language, and drugs.
In Liberal Arts, a 35-year-old stuck in a rut heads back to his college to give a speech at his favorite teacher's retirement party. He meets a bright young sophomore and begins to fall in love with her but feels that their age difference is too much for him to handle. The unrated comedic drama stars Josh Radner, Elizabeth Olsen, Zach Efron and Richard Jennings. It's playing in limited theaters for one hour and thirty-seven minutes.
A World War II vet becomes entranced by a new religion and its leader in The Master. After some time, he begins to question his faith and beliefs. The limited released drama stars Philip Seymour Hoffman, Joaquin Phoenix and Amy Adams. It runs for two hours and sixteen minutes and is rated R for nudity, sex and language.
After being released from prison, a thief tries to take on a new leave in Stolen. He is forced to get back into the business of stealing when his old partner kidnaps his daughter for a $10 million ransom. The action thriller runs for one hour and thirty-six minutes. It's playing in limited theaters. The film is rated R for violence and language.
Without talking or listening, the lead character in Barfi! can still get the ladies. His relationships with two women result in amusing adventures. The unrated romantic comedy plays for two hours. The Hindi film is available in limited theaters with English subtitles.
The Resident Evil series continues to bring the audiences thrills in 3D. The 3D sci-fi adventures continue next week with the release of Dredd. Sept. 21 also makes way for the latest films from Jake Gyllenhaal, Clink Eastwood and Justin Timberlake.
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