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The big releases in theaters this week feature performances from big time celebrities. Two documentaries spotlight popular hip hop artists while Jim Carrey, Steve Carrell and Halle Berry head two fictional films.
When a kidnapped young girl calls 9-1-1 for help, the operator soon comes face to face with the criminal in The Call. Halle Berry plays the operator who picks up the phone and is thrust into a life threatening situation with a killer that she has been in contact with before. The one hour and thirty-five minute suspense thriller costars Abigail Breslin and Michael Imperioli. It’s rated R for violence and language.
Steve Carrell, Jim Carrey and Steve Buscemi headline the comedy The Incredible Burt Wonderstone. In the PG-13 film, an aging magician struggles with keeping his Las Vegas act fresh with his partner that he has grown to hate. The once popular duo begins to lose their footing as a main Vegas attraction when a street magician starts getting all of the attention. Olivia Wilde, Alan Arkin, James Gandolfini and Jay Mohr costar in the one hour and forty-one minute film.
Star-crossed lovers from literally two different, intertwined worlds struggle to be a part of each other’s lives in Upside Down. Separated by socio-economic status, geographic location and even gravity, Adam and Eden go to extreme lengths to be together. The Sci-fi Fantasy film is rated PG-13 and stars Jim Sturgess and Kirsten Dunst. It’s playing in limited theaters for one hour and forty-eight minutes.
After a night of heavy drinking, a music executive wakes up and finds himself trapped in a dangerous gay and transgender prison in K-11. With seemingly no way out, he battles corrupt correction officers and crazy and threatening inmates. The unrated, one hour and twenty-eight minute drama is playing in limited theaters.
Rapper Snoop Dogg reinvents himself with a new name, outlook and album in Reincarnated. Now called Snoop Lion, the documentary shows his journey into a new life while recording his latest album in Jamaica. The film is playing in limited theaters for one hour and thirty-six minutes. It’s rated R for language, sex and drugs.
Get a peek into the lives of the R&B/Hip Hop boy band Mindless Behavior with Mindless Behavior: All Around the World. The limited released documentary shows Roc Royal, Ray Ray, Princeton and Prodigy as they venture out on their first headlining tour across the United States. The one hour and twenty-six minute film is rated G.
At first glance, Blancanieves, does not seem to be at all like it’s English Disney counterpart, Snow White. It’s a black and white film about the daughter of a bullfighter who flees from the reign of her evil stepmother and joins a group of bullfighting dwarves, only to come face to face with her enemy once again. The PG-13 film is playing in limited theaters for one hour and forty-four minutes.
The lives of those that work to help and protect find their lives in danger in this week’s The Call and next week’s Olympus Has Fallen. People are also running for their lives in A Resurrection which also hits theaters on March 22.
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