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The bond between parents and their children is explored in this week’s new releases. Mothers and fathers are protecting their kids from jail, mobsters and deathly spirits.
A young family is tortured by an evil spirit in Dark Skies. After experiencing mysterious and dangerous events, Daniel and Lucy Barret search for a way to save their family from evil’s deadly grasp. The PG-13 sci-fi thriller runs for one hour and thirty-five minutes.
A father goes to great lengths to save his son from spending a decade in jail in Snitch. After his son is falsely accused of being involved in a drug ring, John Matthews makes a deal with the DEA to go undercover and be an informant. The PG-13 action thriller is based on a true story. It runs for one hour and thirty-five minutes.
Brendan Fraser stars in the limited released comedy, Stand Off. In the one hour and twenty-nine minute film, a man drowning in gambling debt attempts to rob a fish market to pay off the damage. Unfortunately for him, the market he’s attempting to steal from is owned by the mobster to whom he owes the money. While running from the cops and trying to get out of his sticky situation, he ends up in an antique shop and takes the people inside hostage. The film is rated R for language.
Rudolfo Anaya’s controversial novel hits the big screen as Bless Me, Ultima. The PG-13 film is set in New Mexico during World War II when a spiritual healer comes to live with a young boy and his family. The visitor gives the child a new perspective on life which causes him to struggle between his parents’ teachings and his newfound belief in the spiritual world. The one hour and forty-six minute drama is available in limited theaters.
Death loomed on the Barret family in this week’s Dark Skies. Next week, evil takes on another form in The Last Exorcism Part II. Also on slate for next week are the comedy 21 & Over and the adventure Jack the Giant Slayer.
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