This week mainly focuses on new openings for the week. Opening the week of 09/21 will be a faith based movie Unconditional, Clint Eastwood’s Trouble With The Curve, a repeat performance of Queen Live in Budapest, and Glenn Beck’s Unelectable.
Glenn Beck has broken so many boundaries that he created a whole new realm of talk radio and caused a stir on cable television. This time Glenn Beck is featured in a comedy tour, where he will address everything from Democrats, Republicans, law makers and law breakers, no one is spared his wrath of humor! Election day is coming whether we like it or not, so you might as well laugh before you cry! Join Beck for an unforgettable night that will have you wishing he ran for office if for no other reason than to be the first politician that got laughed at on purpose! This will be playing at Dayton South and Huber Heights on Thursday 09/20 at 8pm with a repeat performance Tuesday 09/25 at 730pm.
Samantha Crawford (Lynn Collins) is living the dream life: she is happily married, she lives on a ranch with her cherished horse, and the stories she both writes and illustrates are becoming published. When her husband Billy (Diego Klattenhoff) is killed in a senseless act of violence, Samantha not only loses her faith but also her will to live. Then a death-defying encounter with two children leads to a reunion with a childhood friend Joe (Michael Ealy). Sam then watches Joe taking care of the kids in his under-resourced neighborhood and begins to find her faith again. Inspired by true events. This film will open on 09/21 with weekend showtimes as follows: 11:40am, 2:15pm, 4:45pm, 7:15pm, and 10pm. For Monday-Thursday the showtimes will be 2:15pm, 4:45pm, 7:15pm, and 10pm.
Also opening this week is Clint Eastwood’s newest movie, Trouble with the Curve. And starring Amy Adams, Chelcie Ross, and Raymond Anthony Thomas, this feature is about an ailing baseball scout who decides to have his daughter come with him on his last trip to recruit new players. A movie that teaches the audience to handle “whatever life throws at you,” this feature will open in theaters on September 21st.
This is Clint’s first film as an actor with a director that’s not himself since 1993 In the Line of Fire. I am looking forward to this film as Clint never disappoints in anything he does. Who doesn’t love Clint Eastwood? I would like to see him win an Oscar and maybe star in another Western before he goes to the Hollywood in the sky.
I am really looking forward to this film! Paul Thomas Anderson is a great director in my view and add in a cast of Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Joaquin Phonenix and Amy Adams and this film is primed and ready to deliver a great telling of a story! The film was released in five theaters this past weekend, four of which showed in it 70mm. It was a huge success and had a very high per-screen average, setting new box office records. No doubt because people did want to see it on 70mm which isn’t around much these days anymore and because of it’s awards it has taken. The huge opening for “The Master” beats the per-screen-average record for a live-action feature debut set earlier this year by Wes Anderson’s “Moonrise Kingdom,” which made $522,996 when it opened on four screens in May for an average of $130,749. Master did $729,745 for a per-screen of $145,949, breaking box office records.
Synopsis; A Naval veteran arrives home from war unsettled and uncertain of his future – until he is tantalized by The Cause and its charismatic leader.
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