Weekly Movie Guide: January 17, 2019

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WEEKLY MOVIE GUIDE

January 17

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Night Shyamalan’s Split follow-up finds security guard David Dunn (Bruce Willis) who must track down Kevin Wendell Crumb (James McAvoy), a disturbed man with 24 personalities, while the shadowy presence of Elijah Prince (Samuel L. Jackson) looms above them.

Speed Kills

John Travolta plays speedboat racing champion and multimillionaire, Ben Aronoff, whose secret life as a drug trafficker lands him in trouble with the law and drug lords.

The Emperor of Paris

A crime thriller about Francois Vidocq, a real-life ex-convict, who became a police detective during Napoleon’s reign in Paris.

The Upside

A comedic look at an unlikely friendship that forms between Phillip (Bryan Cranston), a wealthy quadriplegic man who hires Dell (Kevin Hart), a struggling ex-parolee, to help him in his daily life.

Woman Walks Ahead

In 1890, Catherine Weldon (Jessica Chastain), a painter from New York, travels to North Dakota to paint a portrait of Sitting Bull and becomes involved in the Lakota people’s’ struggle over the rights to their land.

STILL SHOWING:

  • Dilili in Paris
  • Holmes & Watson
  • How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
  • Matloubin/Wanted
  • The Mule
  • Mia & The White Lion
  • The Sisters Brothers
  • Nos Batailles
  • Mary Poppins Returns
  • Aquaman
  • Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse
  • Green Book
  • Colette
  • Maharaja
  • Time Out
  • Khabsa
  • Bohemian Rhapsody
  • Capharnaum

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3 thoughts on “Weekly Movie Guide: January 17, 2019

    1. The Upside had a very strong opening (understandable because of the big names attached), but its critical reviews and especially audience reviews don’t compare. What were your thoughts on the original French film?

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      1. Great Chemistry between the leads in the french film. It’s One of my favourite feel good movies, and it’s 75% because of Omar Sy’s perfect laugh

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